After a break of two weeks, you can finally watch Rick and Morty Season 4 Episode 4 online for free in just a matter of a day. Like seriously bro, you waited two years for Rick and Morty season 4 to come out. And now that it is out, you had to go to Twitter and Instagram and Reddit and God knows you might even be doing it on Tik Tok, talking bad shit about the creators Justin Roiland and Dan Harmon as well as Adult Swim.
Not about the story but the fact that they cannot follow the schedule and give you the weekly fix of your favorite show right on time. I’ve got a question for you, they said to buckle in for the disappointment. Where are your buckles bro? Why are you watching Rick and Morty Season 4 without the buckles?
Rick and Morty Season 4 Episode 4 | Watch Online
The upcoming episode 4 is titled: Claw and Hoarder: Special Ricktim’s Morty. Probably it has something to do with the Law and Order: Special Victims Unit. The synopsis says:
Special Ricktims Morty Morty gets a dragon in this one broh. It’s a wild ride broh.
But then what dragon has to do with law and order? Can’t wait to see it. Rick and Morty episode 4 goes live on Adult Swim this Sunday at 11:30. That’s for US residents. Good news for UK residents, you can catch the episodes on All 4-Channel 4 on huge demand of the fans. They upped the game and the schedule was shifted to the November 20th launch instead of the previously announced January 2020.
You can also watch the Rick and Morty episodes on-demand on Hulu, Fubo, AT & T TV which are offering free trial periods. Yes, these options are not completely free but these come with a free trial period. Take it as a bonus and watch it bro!
Season 4 | So Far So Good
Season 4 of Rick and Morty is going so gooooood you could really taste it. You’ve had your fun with the first three episodes of part 1 of Rick and Morty season 4. There was episode 1: Edge of Tomorty: Rick Die Rickpeat where Rick kept dying and Morty kept running away from death. Do you want to try one of those crystals? We hope not.
Then there was Rick and Morty episode 2: The old man and the seat. Toilet seat where Rick finds out someone else had pooped in it. That’s pretty scary if you ask me. Like, Rick’s private toilet was his sanctuary, kind of. And when you want to poop in peace, the one thing you are expecting at that moment is pooping blissfully, not seeing someone else’s poop in your very own toilet bowl. Anyways, the episode was not just about poop. You witnessed Taika Watiti as Glootie.
Next, timing up with the launch of Tesla Cybertruck, was none other than Elon Tusk, I mean Elon Musk in Rick and Morty season 4 episode 3: One Crew Over The Crewcoo’s Morty. Broh, smooth move having the car window shattered into pieces when it was not supposed to shatter at all. And then the cameo appearance as Elon Tusk. There was another hilarious surprise in it, but you gotta watch it yourself.
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