Rick and Morty Season 4 has crossed its half journey, and we got all the details of this show for you, including the return date of the show. Series co-creator Justin Roiland broke the news with his Instagram post that Rick and Morty will have 70 more episodes in the future, as every season of Rick and Morty had ten episodes, so we expect that seven more seasons are coming on our way.
Rick & Morty Season 4: Release Date
Half of the season is over, which means that the first part of the season is already released, and fans are now desperately waiting for the second part of this season. We expect more episodes to air in early 2020 (as the official Instagram page of Rick & Morty says)
Rick & Morty Season 4: Cast
Every season of Rick & Morty has some sparse cast with it. We expect Sarah Chalke, Chris Parnell, and Spencer Grammer to return and fill out their roles of Smith/Sanchez family.
Harmon and Roiland revealed EW that Paul Giamatti, Sam Neil, Taika Waititi, and Kathleen Turner are set to guest star in the new season.
Rick & Morty Season 4 Plot
The first part of season 4 starts with Morty keeping a death crystal believing that it will show him a life well lived with his wife Jessica and later killing Rick. But don’t worry as Rick isn’t dead as he comes back with wasp Rick and defeats Morty.
In the second episode, Rick goes to an alien planet for the only objective of taking a dump. He then finds that someone else has used his luxurious toilet and starts searching for him.
Later in episode 4, Rick betrays Morty by tying with his dragon. Meanwhile, Jerry takes the talking cat, where they both learn the true meaning of friendship and have each other back.
The mid finale of the episode shows Morty meddling with a planet filled with snakes who invent time travel to kill Morty. Morty and Rick save the day by telling their future selves to go back in time. After this, the police get involved and kill the snake planet’s first decedent.
What’s next in part 2 of Season 4?
We can expect the return of fan-favorite mini-series-within-a-series. Much like how Simpsons Treehouse is foreseen in every Halloween, improvisational comedy Interdimensional Cable was going much the same way but didn’t make their way to season 3. But because it was a part of first two seasons, we can expect the trio to be back as the show maker Justin Roiland posted a picture on his Instagram handle with a caption “Idc3(maybe)”