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I have a complaint about Rick and Morty. The newer episodes don’t focus on the characters much. The show has gone through a lot with Morty and Summer, Jerry and Beth, and they also did something about cloning. The characters seem to have a lot of cynicism. The problem is that it’s hard to develop them. The series has turned into a sci-fi show with less character stuff.
The way to evolve this multiverse and these characters have been hard since at least season four, if not earlier. It’s become more noticeable in season five. The book is so much about the show. It has lots of things that people do when they are on TV. They forget how to be a person and just act like they are on TV.
This is a book with a lot of dialogue that makes the reader laugh. Season five has not been very funny. This may be because we don’t know about the characters anymore. It seems like something is missing when there are a lot of jokes and fighting.
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This book is smart and it knows that one of the richest ways to make people feel sad is by doing things to Rick. It’s really interesting to explore why he continues risking his life for sci-fi adventures. He puts up with this family, but there are more families. In this episode, Rick says that he could easily hop into a different reality and get himself a Bird Person that is not in a coma. But if he doesn’t fight to save this one, it is not enough for him.
There are many things you can do at the same time. You cannot stop doing anything for too long because something else will happen. The Memory Palace is about Rick jumping through Bird Person’s memories. This happens in a place that doesn’t have material things like buildings and people, like dreams or the subconscious mind. The episode does a good job of making things seemingly random and not connected. But Rick talks a lot to explain what is happening.
The episode is not as funny as other episodes. That’s because the mind-stuff is hard to understand. I only liked two jokes. One was when Rick talked to a stranger about Marvel movies in his garage and the other was when Tammy told me her full name is Tamantha. I did not laugh at these. I just thought they were funny.
Rick worked with a younger version of himself in one episode. They both thought they didn’t like each other, but then they changed their minds. Bird Person is the only person Rick has ever wanted to open up to. But Bird Person does not want to be with him and it makes Rick sad. Did you see the Battle of Blood Ridge? It looked very cool.
But, for season five episode four, this is the one that has lore and characterization. There have been many episodes in a row that are not about lore or characterization and are just silly and incidental.
The show Rick and Morty are still good, even if they only give us one episode per season. One episode was called “Rickternal Friendshine of the Spotless Mort.” It had a lot of information in it that made it hard to understand what was happening.