A.Ron and Jim discuss where we left Season 2, as well as hopes, fears, and desires for Season 3.
Jim and A.Ron bring season 3 to a close with episode 10, “The Rickchurian Mortydate”. We’ll see you again when Season 4 begins on November 11 – Pickle Me This will return with the first episode review on Tuesday!
As always, our initial review and episode discussion are spoiler-free for first time fans, but we have plenty of in-depth discussion of spoilers and behind the scenes details when we tune into dimension BM-77 at the end of the podcast!
In this episode, Beth revisits the colorful Froopyland to remember an old friend and has an existential crisis. Either way this goes, you will be chilled the fuck out in the end.
This week we are joined by comedian/writer/actor Ify Nwadiwe (@IfyNwadiwe), co-host of the Nerdificent Podcast and the Who Shot Ya? Podcast.
In the season opener, the Citadel of Ricks was dealt a greivous blow by the Rickest Rick of them all. How have the Ricks of the central finite curve been faring since then? Not great, Bob. After we talk about all the sinister secrets on display, Gustavo Sorola (@sorola), co-founder of Rooster Teeth and host…
Jim and A.Ron talk about toxicity and being the best version of yourself in episode 6 of Rick and Morty season 3, “Rest and Ricklaxation”. We’re then joined by Matt Brady, author of The Science of Rick and Morty, to discuss life, the multi-verse theory, and everything! As always, our initial review and episode discussion…
In this episode of Rick and Morty, Jim and A.Ron talk about The Whirly Dirly Conspiracy, and a few conspiracies of their own. They were joined on this podcast by Paul Vigna, reporter at the Wall Street Journal.
In this episode, Jim and A.Ron discuss Morty’s tenth free adventure that he uses to help save the world, or at least stop Worldender, with the Vindicators.
Jim and A.Ron discuss the breakout hit of Rick and Morty season 3, “Pickle Rick”. Aside from inspiring the name of our podcast, it boasts insane action and writing as sharp as an x-acto knife. Then Rolling Stone’s chief TV critic, Alan Sepinwall (@sepinwall), joins us to discuss therapy in the Golden Age of Television,…
“Rickmancing the Stone” finds Rick and Morty (ft. Summer) working through their family drama with the help of wanton violence in a post-apocalyptic Mad Maxeqsue wasteland. Aaron Couch joins us from THR’s Heat Vision ‘blog to talk blood domes, divorced dads, and which sci-fi/fantasy tropes are ripe for the Rick and Morty picking!