Rick and Morty: Season 3

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April Fool’s day brought us many surprises, including Rick and Morty’s Season 3 episode. Thankfully, it wasn’t a prank. It had been a long wait, just over a year and a half. For those of you who aren’t familiar with the show, you can go here and get caught up! Rick and Morty follows aging scientific genius Rick, who moves in with his daughter’s family, subjecting them to his inventions and whims. When not working on a new project, Rick sweeps his grandson Morty on various misadventures. Since it debuted in 2013, the Adult Swim series has become a cult hit, and it’s hard not to be deeply invested in the show’s characters.

Adult Swim pulled what might have been the best April Fools’ Day prank in recent memory by dropping the season 3 premiere of Rick and Morty—for real. But don’t worry if you have missed the four-hour stream of “The Rickshank Rickdemption,” you won’t have to wait until the new season returns to catch it.

Adult Swim has announced Monday that “The Rickshank Rickdemption” will air every night this week at 10pm ET. While there’s still no word on when the rest of the season will drop aside from a vague statement that it’ll arrive “later this summer,” fans will have plenty of chances to see the season 3 premiere for the first time—or rewatch it.

You can check out more of Adult Swim’s Streams, including Rick and Morty here. Go watch it, it was worth the wait if you asked me. Now while you go do that, I’m gonna go take a shit.

 

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