Rick and Morty Season 6 Ending Explained: When and Where to Watch?


Rick and Morty is an American-animated science-fiction sitcom created for Cartoon Network’s nighttime programming block Adult Swim by Justin Roiland and Dan Harmon.

We are available to provide an explanation for the Rick and Morty Season 6 ends. After watching the entire season of adventures—well, mild adventures—weird love triangles (Beth and Space Beth) and intergalactic fun throughout the episodes, the season finally came to an end.

It was high time Rick and Morty travelled together once more. This season was initially scarred by the fact that Rick does not have his portal gun after their adventure ended badly last season and how barely they were saved by Space Beth.

The two only had a few adventures up until he fixed the device, and the majority of them took place on Earth. Even when they travelled into space, they did so via their car.

Rick’s personality has completely changed, though, if we jump to the final episode when they have the portal gun and everything. This took place after Rick improved his likeability for Morty by 22% in the previous episode.

But if you are a true fan of Rick and Morty, you could tell that something wasn’t right with the situation, and it soon became clear. It turned out to be robot Rick, not the real Rick.

Rick and Morty Season 6 Ending Explained

The real Rick is currently searching for Prime Rick, who murdered his wife.

Explanation of the Rick and Morty Season 6 Finale

The real Rick, however, uses his portal gun to save them all, and they all land in his garage. The President acts awkwardly and leaves without offering any assistance.

The dying robot Rick was a little bit of an inspiration for the actual Rick. Rick promises to return to aid Morty in his adventures after his death, just as he did before.

When they arrive at the base, Rick shows them the red spots on the map that mark Rick Prime’s location. They will never find him because there are too many locations where they can look.

This is the focus of Rick and Morty in Season 7, as Rick enthusiastically explains while joking that the entire episode will have them pursuing his arch-nemesis on a very absurd mission.

We’re glad that the new season of Rick and Morty won’t feature smaller adventures for each episode but rather one big one lasting the entire season like a film because the season 6 finale revealed the entire plot in detail.

However, Rick also hinted that it wouldn’t be the focus of the entire season. They might even “juggle plates” if necessary while still hunting him down in the “background” while enjoying themselves.

Recap of Rick and Morty Season 6, Episode 10

This enrages Morty, and he completely forgets about the lightsaber he received for Christmas from the robot Rick, which is now slowly sinking to the Earth’s core and could cause a chain reaction that blows up the entire planet.

Rick and Morty Season 6 Ending Explained

That does not happen, as Rick and Morty save the day once more. More like Morty and President use a drill machine to drill down into the Earth’s core and save the day.

But, well, the President has always been the bad guy in this situation. He desired the lightsaber for himself, which is why he acted the way he did. When the President steals Morty’s sabre, he goes to the White House and begins playing with it himself.

But tragedy awaits them as he drops the sabre vertically down to the Earth once more. Summer, Beth, and Space have returned home as Morty and robot Rick.

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Beth, who has formed the strongest bond with this version of Rick, is shocked to discover that he is merely a robot and disfigures him. As they watch television, the President announces that the lightsaber will destroy the Earth, and they are already in space with the entire White House.

Morty attempts to save the day with the help of the robot Rick, and they succeed. Later, the duo travels to space to finally put the President in his place. The President fights back, but Morty fights off the drones with his lightsaber.

Rick and Morty Season 6 Ending Explained

In the end, the mini lightsabers from a gun kill the robot Rick who comes in between fights, and all 5 of them drop vertically from Space, creating a hole in the White House basement through which the trio can fall.

Where to Watch Rick and Morty Series?

Adult Swim premiered Season 6 of Rick and Morty on Sunday, September 4 at 11 p.m. ET. Rick and Morty can only be viewed on the Cartoon Network channel, as Adult Swim is an adult-oriented programming block that broadcasts various animated series from 8:00 p.m. to 6:00 a.m.

Season 6 consists of a total of 10 episodes, and episodes will be made available for streaming on Adult Swim’s website. If you need to catch up before the premiere, you can currently stream Seasons 1 through 5 on Hulu.

Hulu offers ad-supported monthly subscriptions for $6.99 or an annual subscription for $69.99. The cost of a premium, ad-free subscription increases to $12.99 per month or $83.88 per year.

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