4 Series, 31 Episodes
After a delay of six months, Rick unfreezes time hoping that everything will return to normal, but Morty and Summer's feelings of uncertainty split reality, leaving them lost in oblivion with Rick
When Rick sells a gun to an alien assassin to raise money for a visit to a video games arcade, Morty tries to stop the hitman before he can kill his target. Jerry attends a day-care facility in space.
On one of their jaunts, Rick, Morty and Summer encounter a spaceship that has been attacked and taken over by an assimilating hive mind named Unity, whom Rick admits he used to date
The family battles an alien parasite that survives and multiplies by implanting fake memories into people's heads and has convinced them it's their goofy 'Uncle Steve', who has been staying for a year
When a huge alien entity appears above the Earth, seeking a live performance of catchy new music, Rick and Morty call on Ice-T to help them write a tune for an intergalactic song competition
Rick, Morty and Summer go to the cinema in an alternate universe but when they return to the ship, they find that its battery is flat and it won't fly. Rick and Morty enter the battery to investigate.
After the mysterious death of a school lunch lady, Summer becomes terrified by the possibility of a vampire attack. Rick urges Beth and Jerry to sort out their problems by having off-planet therapy.
Jerry gets ill after accidentally ingesting mutant bacteria. The family rush him to hospital in space, where he is given a tough choice. Rick repairs the cable TV box in the hospital waiting room.
Rick and Morty visit a normally peaceful planet on the eve of its annual 'festival' in which citizens wage open warfare for just one night. Jerry and Summer explore their father-daughter relationship.
When Rick receives an invitation to Birdperson and Tammy's wedding, Jerry is accidentally transported to the distant planet hosting the event, forcing the whole family to attend the chaotic ceremony