Rick and Morty Season 5 Episode 3 A Rickconvenient Mort

Watch Rick and Morty Season 5 Episode 3 A Rickconvenient Mort

Rick and Morty season 5 Episode 3 A Rickconvenient Mort

While shopping for custom t-shirts, Rick and Morty are attacked by acid rain caused by a cartoon villain named Diesel Weasel. He is attacked by a Captain Planet-esque superhero named Planetina, who defeats him with her elemental powers, impressing Morty. When Rick throws an aluminum can on the ground, Morty recycles it and gets her attention. He awkwardly asks her out on a date, to which she accepts, flying off with him, shocking Rick.

Sometime later at breakfast, Beth expresses concern at the idea of ​​Morty dating a woman who looks much older than him, to which he shrugs. Summer laments Morty’s success with women, having recently broken up with her, and Rick invites her on a bar walk across three planets that is destined to end in natural disaster, to which she agrees, despite Jerry’s objections. Morty receives word of the forest fire and ignores Beth’s protest and goes to it hoping to see Planetina.

He arrives just as she stops the fire and they both express their mutual attraction. She mentions having “children”, but what she really means is the Tina-teers, four people who wear elemental rings and summon her with them. The Tina-teers arrive on the scene and Morty realizes that they are controlling, exploiting and profiting from Planetina. While Planetina is being interviewed by the news team, the interviewer notices Morty and asks if they are dating. Planetina hesitates, but to her delight, Morty says yes.

As they fly to the first planet, Rick and Summer make a “no strings attached” agreement regarding any sexual encounters they may have. They arrive at the first planet, Morglutz. While there, Rick finds himself attracted to an alien named Daphne and goes to have sex with her. Summer yells after him to have fun and reminds him not to buckle up.

At night, Morty stays up and flirts with Planetina via text. He thanks her for the flowers she sent him, which are grown in huge numbers to look like his face. She appears outside his window and the two have sex. As Summer and Rick leave Morglutz and the planet is destroyed, they hear a noise coming from the suitcase that Rick swept away.

At a convention called Eco-Con, the Tina-teers convene Planetina to host a panel, but Morty is taken with her during the convocation, the two still sleeping together. Tina-teers distract her and security drags Morty away. The fire elemental Eddie assures the dirt elemental that he will deal with Morty. On another planet, Slartivart, Summer realized that Rick had taken Daphne with him and left her angry for breaking the rules.

Meanwhile, Morty is tied up in a broom closet by security. Eddie reveals his plan to sell Planetina to a wealthy Arab ambassador. He lights the mop and tries to burn Morty’s face, but Morty knocks him to the ground, breaks free, bites Eddie’s finger and burns him and the two guards alive with his own ring. He breaks into the conference room where Planetina is being sold and kills the rest of the Tina-teers with their own rings, as well as two other guards and an ambassador.

After destroying the Slartivart, Summer tries to ignore Rick and Daphne while having sex in the back of a car. During a break, Daphne talks to Summer and reveals why Rick is so attracted to her: she has a pair of breasts on each of her elbows. Summer remains certain that Rick will dump her after reaching the third planet, but Daphne casually disagrees.

At home, Morty reveals that he invited Planetina to live with the family now that she is free from the Tina-teers. Still disheartened by the age difference between the two, Beth demands that Planetina leave. Enraged, Morty confesses his love for her and the two leave together to stop natural disasters and environmental destruction. With no one to rule her, Planetina becomes more violent, slashing tires on a highway full of cars, burning down a congressman’s mansion, and killing a mine full of workers in a fit of rage, much to Morty’s horror.

On the final planet, Ferkus 9, the citizens have a planet-wide orgy while Rick and Daphne dance together. Summer tries to dissuade him, telling him that Daphne is just using him, which he denies. He takes the ship and flies towards the asteroid that is about to hit the planet, destroys it and goes back down, asking Daphne if she will continue to stay with Rick now that they are no longer in danger. She casually leaves, shocking Rick. As they fly home, Summer apologizes and Rick tells her that even though he’s mad at her, it was very similar of her to stop the apocalypse just to prove it. When he apologizes again, he brushes it off and tells her he would do the same if she needed it.

Alone in his room, Morty is visited by Planetina. She begs him to try to make their relationship work, but he refuses, too disgusted by her actions in the mine. He insists that violence is the only way to save Earth before recounting how he killed her “children”. Planetina then confesses her love to him, but he unfortunately rejects her declaration. When he asks her to try to understand, she curses him in tears and flies away. Overhearing the argument, Beth comforts a crying Morty as the flower arrangement Planetina made of his face shows signs of decomposition. The song playing in the background is “I Am the Antichrist to You” by Kishi Bashi.

In the post-credits scene, the alien from Ferkus 9 who had sex with his father, thinking the world was going to end, comes to work the next day. The two talk awkwardly before his son wishes him a happy birthday.


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