This week's Rick and Morty fed us a total mislead. From the episode's title and the opening scene, where Rick and Morty from universe C-137 are getting on their scuba gear prepared us for an underwater escapade. But if there's one thing the Rick and Morty writers love, it's slapping you right in the face with something unexpected, preferably in the form of graphic violence.
Our C-137 heroes barely featured in this episode, only appearing in the pre- and post-credit scenes. Instead we were given lots of parallel plots in The Citadel, a place where infinite Ricks and Mortys have formed a society in the wake of C-137 annihilating the council of Ricks.
A key plot-line was the political campaign of 'Candidate Morty' who unexpectedly beats his rival Ricks with an impassioned speech about social division between Ricks and Mortys.
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