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Show Me What You Got, Rick And Morty Season 6 Trailer

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Season 6 of Rick and Morty may not be here until September, but you can see 90 seconds of it now in the form of jumbled-up, bite-sized, out-of-context one-second clips. The trailer is now out, in other words.

Co-creator Justin Roiland is on record saying Season 6 will be “better” than Season 5, not that Season 5 was that bad in his eyes, just that Season 6 is “f****** amazing,” “I think we’re kind of finally back into the rhythm of Rick And Morty,” he promised. What does that mean? It means a lot more serialization elements this season, according to Roiland. They started weaving a story that was just too huge for one episode.

Too huge, in fact, for just Rick and Morty. The trailer suggests the entire Smith family will be playing more of a direct role in what’s going on, rather than just doing weird things in side plots. Summer “pulls a Die Hard” (even though she’s never seen Die Hard) while Jerry steps into the role he was born to play: human shield for Rick.

Several areas from previous episodes make return appearances here, like the arcade Blips N Chitz, but Adult Swim promised an ocean of urine the last time they brought this season up, and we see no such thing. Perhaps we should sue for false advertising. And WHAT is the “Wormageddon” promised by the Rick and Morty website about anyway? Did you see any worms here? We should learn more in a week when that countdown clock expires.

But there is plenty more Rickness and Morticization beyond the standard episodes. Adult Swim just launched five mini-episodes of “Vindicators,” an online-only prequel to the Vindicators 3 episode (the shorts apparently comprise Vindicators 2 and there is no chance of a Vindicators 1). There’s also a Rick and Morty anime series on the way — not just another special, but an entire series. It will be directed by the same guy behind the two anime shorts, Takashi Sanok.

But as for the mothership, it returns September 4. Graaaaaaaaasssss tastes bad!