Rick And Morty Season 3: Every Episode Ranked From Worst To Best

Ooh wee, what a season!

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After being gone for almost two years before making a triumphant and unexpected return on April Fool’s day, Rick And Morty is going away again until creators Dan Harmon and Justin Roiland can dish up another delicious pie of interdimensional travel, depressing philosophies, and catchphrases for fans to make unbearable.

If not for the commonly spectacular and thought-provoking writing, Rick And Morty’s third outing would have been ruined by the antics of fans which make you ashamed to look at yourself in the mirror and see a millennial: catchphrases being turned into the noise of dubstep, people dressing up as and mimicking the voices of characters in clips which make you want to end your life, and self-indulgent forums about how only geniuses can enjoy the brilliance of “wubba lubba dub dub”.

While its fans are becoming worse than Morty at his neediest, the show itself is growing up and getting even better. Still, while season 3 did have the most character progression, the darkest humour and the most relatable and important episode of the series so far, it is obvious that not every episode could be as good as the best with there even being a few duds in an otherwise great package.


A 21-year old postgraduate student who is getting into more debt, while becoming a skeleton with long, curly hair. My favourite television show is Gravity Falls, Persona 5 is Sony’s best exclusive, and Jerry is the funniest character in Rick And Morty (fight me).