Travis and Louis talk memory, parasites, zany characters, and more in their discussion of ‘Total Rickall’ – season 2’s fourth episode.
Travis and Louis transport back into the Mortyverse to discuss Auto Erotic Assimilation, an episode where Rick makes love to one whole planet and threatens Patton Oswalt with the same.
Travis and Louis talk Jurassic Park, Ghostbusters, Roy, Krombopulos Michael and a mind-reading fart. Come with us through the portal into the Mortyverse.
Finally back from a different dimension, Travis and Louis talk season 2 of Rick and Morty. A Rickle in Time tackles alternate dimensions, Schrodinger’s cat, and what to do if you’ve frozen your parents for six months.
Travis and Louis talk movie tourism, painting someone like a French girl, and whatever lets you sleep at night. It’s our chat about the final episode in season 1 of Rick and Morty. Featuring bonus fake spoilers for Marvel’s Infinity War.
Nearing the end of season 1 of Rick and Morty, we get a look at the Transdimensional Council of Ricks and the Citadel of Ricks. We consider how best to customise a Morty and who is really in charge.
Rick and Morty‘s parody of Stephen King’s Needful Things is the subject of our discussion in this episode. It’s another chance to discuss the nature of being by way of a butter robot and the simple genius of Jerry’s Game.
Come watch TV? This is our look at episode 8 of Rick and Morty, the first to feature intergalactic cable. We discuss trash TV, the nature of being, and the 1993 film Super Mario Bros.
In this week’s episode of Mortyverse, Travis and Louis discuss the 7th episode of Season 1 of Rick and Morty – Raising Gazorpazorp. At the core of this episode is the poor handling of gender politics, the manner in which a 14 year old boy handles a teenage pregnancy and how women come to have such fashionable clothing.
Travis and Louis steadfastly avoid acknowledging The Clovers while we discuss Rick’s nonchalant dimension swapping, re-enacting Jaws, and cronenbergs. As a bonus, Travis gets very angry at Louis not knowing anything about George RR Martin’s back catalogue.