Does Rick actually care about Morty and Summer?
Though exploitative and demanding, Rick genuinely cares about his grandson and values their adventures together, making him one of the few Ricks to do so. He hesitates to outwardly show any love or appreciation however, making sure Morty doesn't get cocky.
He does care. Season 5 episode 10 showed all of Rick's memories as being wrapped in the pain of losing his wife and never getting to avenge her until he met Morty and light shined in his life again, and he was able to begin moving on. They call him the Rogue Rick because he cares about his Morty.
Rick definitely doesn't love Jerry. But it's possible that he's growing fond of him. Right now the only true Rick and Jerry friendship is the one between Jerry and Doofus Rick.
Rick may be a genius who is used to being right, but Morty has proven himself smarter at least a few times. Rick Sanchez of Rick & Morty is right about everything 99% of the time, a fact that often leaves his grandson Morty upset and humiliated.
He is over 300. "And considering his advancements in Science Fiction technology. His IQ would be well over 500. "Rick is the smartest man on earth.
Rick considers himself autistic.
But it actually set up one of the biggest character reveals of the season: Rick believe's he's on the spectrum. And it would explain a lot. For one, more and more research suggests a relationship between high intelligence and autism.
Rick Sanchez (Justin Roiland) may be the smartest man in the universe, but the same cannot be said of his family. In fact, the funniest moments in Rick and Morty are often found in Rick's frustration at the dim-wittedness of his relatives.
This episode introduces Evil Morty, Doofus Rick, and many other Ricks and Mortys, but it also reveals who is the Mortiest Morty. At the end of the episode, Rick proclaims that C-137 Morty is the Mortiest Morty.
Also known as Rick C-137, Rick Sanchez is both an undeniable genius and a misanthropic jerk. The writers of the show have been careful to reveal Rick's past in pieces, leaving much of his background a mystery.
This causes Jerry, Morty, and Rick to one-way blind hop back to their original realities: Rick goes to Dimension C-137, where his evil variant murdered his wife and daughter. Morty goes back to the Cronenberg reality that was mutated back in Season 1's “Rick Potion #9.”
Does Morty turn into Rick?
The potion gives Morty all of Rick's memories up until the moment Morty was born, and by doing so, this transforms reality, turning Morty into Rick C-137 while time itself shifts to the time of Morty's birth.
It's fitting for Beth because she has been shown to have narcissistic traits. In “The ABCs of Beth,” Beth did not accept blame for trapping Tommy in Froopyland and admitted she was like her father, whilst Space Beth acted like Rick in his younger days by being a rebel fighting against the Galactic Federation.
When Evil Morty was first seen, little was shown about him, but he stated that it is impossible for a Morty to defeat a Rick. In the episode, it was revealed that he was controlling his Rick and it was possibly his idea to capture Mortys in order to hide from the Citadel of Ricks.
His main goal revolves around living in a reality where Rick isn't the smartest in the universe by breaking the Central Finite Curve, and he was willing to do whatever it took to accomplish his goal.
While he's the least intellectual Rick aboard the Citadel, Doofus Rick is still most likely the smartest man from his original dimension (Dimension J19ζ7), as the Central Finite Curve walls off any realities featuring an inferior Rick.
It is stated in the show that Morty has a learning disability and he is known for having no friends or social relationships in the show. This implies that he suffers from FAS, which would not be a huge surprise due to Beth's drinking problem.
The appropriately named Marilyn vos Savant is in a class of her own. According to Guinness World Records, her astonishing IQ of 228 is the highest ever recorded. The daughter of an Italian and a German immigrant, vos Savant was born in St. Louis, Missouri, in 1946.
Are Rick and Morty Both from Dimension C-137? No. It's long been assumed that our Morty is also from C-137, the dimension that Rick and Morty accidentally Cronenberged in “Rick Potion #9.” That was never the case. Our Rick is from C-137, which saw Beth die as a child.
Harmon has said that "anarchist" is a close ideological descriptor of Rick. One of the show's creators and executive producers and voice actor Justin Roiland revealed Sanchez was pansexual.
Sanchez III is the overall main antagonist of the Rick and Morty episode "The Ricklantis Mixup". He is an alternate version of Rick Sanchez from a parallel universe.
What ethnicity is Rick Sanchez?
Meanwhile, on other animated shows, having a Spanish surname is just a punchline, like Rick and Morty's Rick Sanchez. "Justin Roiland has confirmed that Rick is from Hispanic descent, but it's irrelevant to specify." Just another invisible day in Hollywood.
Despite regularly having adventures with his grandson Morty, Rick has always appeared to prefer his granddaughter Summer.
It's implied within the story that Summer actually is a closeted lesbian, but has just never felt the happiness or self-confidence to realize or express it.
5) Summer Smith
She's certainly more intelligent than her father and younger brother too. When Morty's mind blowers go awry, she's the one who steps in to restore Rick and Morty's memories, and she saves Rick's life when they visit an all-female planet.
Only one Rick Sanchez love interest can top this list, and that has to be his wife and mother of Beth, Diane Sanchez. Although fans don't know a lot about Diane, she was the source of innocence for one of the most jaded and nihilistic characters in modern television history.