Rick turns himself into a pickle while Beth, Summer, and Morty go to family therapy.

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Agent (voice)
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Summer Smith (voice)
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Beth Smith (voice)
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Dr. Wong (voice)
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Agency Director (voice)
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Jaguar (voice)
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Mr. Goldenfold (voice)
Ryan Ridley ...
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Rick turns himself into a pickle while Beth, Summer, and Morty go to family therapy.

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6 August 2017 (USA)  »

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Trivia

Iconic actress Susan Sarandon stars in the episode as Dr. Wong, the therapist of the Smith family. See more »

Goofs

Rick could not control a helicopter while only being able to control cyclic pitch control. He would have to be able to use the collective and the antitorque pedals. See more »

Quotes

Rick Sanchez: Come on, flip the pickle, Morty, you're not gonna regret it. The payoff is huge. I turned myself into a pickle, Morty! Boom! Big reveal! I'm a pickle! What do you think about that? I turned myself into a pickle! W-w-what are you just staring at me for, bro, I turned myself into a pickle, Morty.
Morty Smith: And?
Rick Sanchez: And? What more do you want tacked on to this? I turned myself into a pickle and 9/11 was an inside job?
Morty Smith: Was it?
Rick Sanchez: Who cares, Morty? Global acts of terrorism happen every day. Uh, here's something ...
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References Breaking Bad: 4 Days Out (2009) See more »

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Rick and Morty Theme
Written by Ryan Elder
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Great Episode
7 August 2017 | by See all my reviews

I think the scripts this season are really relying in existential and nihilistic philosophy and themes that is going over the heads of a lot of the kids who like the ludicrous spectacle of the show. The folks I watched with were of two mi D's about this episode - those who dig thinky humor loved it, those who I wouldn't peg as running out to buy a literary novel didn't like anything other than the pickle rat action. Sure, you'll say that sounds elitist if you are the second type. That figures. I thought it was great. A ton of effort is going into these scripts this season. It shows. They have to be careful to maintain a balance, though, as relying on subtext and and Psych and philosophy humor might be alienating the Average Joe Sixpack crowd.


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