I didn't know freedom meant people doing stuff that sucks. You kids have nice feet. Rick, when we met, I was a young hive mind with the population of a small town. Hey, listen, where can we get a drink around here? Experiences with Patton Oswalts are also included. Beta-7: Hrmm… Beta-7 leaves Rick: You know, I think Beta-7 over there is hoping your alliance can be more than practical.
Summer: Oh, Unity I am so sorry. Oh, yeah, if you find a room full of eggs, don't shy away from it. Beta seven, this is my single-minded friend from Earth, Rick. Do you feel that I can see your soul? You and Unity are like like leggings and mid-calf boots. We can purify the resin and make fractal dust! He loathes being around people who have a will of their own. Your father put a hatch in my garage.
How can I assist you? Beta-7: Our alliance is beneficial. She starts slapping the man Morty: Summer! I lose who I am and become part of you. I'm not strong enough to do it in persons. The chance encounter and short tryst brings back repressed emotions for Rick, and when he has to come down off that high back to his normal life living with Beth, Jerry, Summer, and Morty he can't handle it. And a crotchless Uncle Sam costume. And do you know why I'm never coming back to this planet? Rick: Oh, gee, boy Summer, well put. Can't you see you're all the same? Take us back to Rick.
Summer: You and Unity are like… like… leggings and mid-calf boots. You shut your mouth, you dirty knife-nipple bastards. Unity, could you get Rick out here, please? Back on Earth, Beth and Jerry argue over keeping Rick in the house and come across an imprisoned alien in his basement. Because in a strange way, you're better at what I do without even trying. Beth: Oh, you know my dad. Maybe splash a little water on your face, or…? Beth: …to be afraid of losing anything because you cling and you cling and you cling… Jerry: And why? Gurgling sounds come from below. Now, are you going to keep hating this playa, or are you gonna jack my steed? He can see both sides of the issue and does his best to act as an emissary of peace, helping bridge the communication gap instead.
I want to talk to Unity, beta seven. Unity Todd : In the news today, this looks a lot worse than it is. The man falls down and vomits. Alien prisoners under the house. Rick: Oh, in your dreams you have weapons systems. Ah, I'll push it to next week.
All six aliens together: Hello Rick. Now's not a good time. Oh, I was thinking velocitinis, but-- Aw, old man Rick can't party with a whole planet? All Beta-7 assimilated scream and point at Rick Rick: Whoa, Jesus Christ! All that being said, this episode wasn't particularly funny, which is a negative for a show billed as a comedy. Oh, man, let me help all of you guys up. Unity Redhead : Beta-7, if my allies are a problem for you perhaps our alliance is as well. Summer: Do… all of you remember who you are? Oh, my god, you guys.
He was probably keeping it frozen to try and find a cure. There are some poignant moments as Morty enjoys being waited on hand and foot but still supports his sister in her stance against it. Unity has disappeared, but there are letters everywhere Rick: Hey Une!. You see that town across the river? You're spinning this to his credit? You got to just remember to let go sometimes, you know? What the hell was that? Morality and Ethics From the get-go, Rick is pushing boundaries by risking the kids on an adventure he knows is going to be risky. He might have it chained up so that it doesn't eat the planet! Rick enters the garage, looking depressed, and drains his flask before throwing it away. Mind if I take a picture? At least he was himself. Morty: Unity, could you get Rick out here please? Okay, now put it back on.
Unity Man with glasses : Beta-7, this is my single-minded friend from Earth, Rick. Give one of them a shake. And I want the stands packed with every man that remotely resembles my father! Oh, there's no place like home. I cannot wait-- I cannot wait to hear Rick explain his way around this. Ron Benson: You shut your mouth, you dirty knife-nipple bastards! Like the Marvel movies, Rick and Morty has post-credit scenes, and if you need a quick up-note for the episode, hold on to see Rick and Morty arguing with Beta 7 after he recovers a little from his breakup though is clearly not over it. Have you ever dated The Borg as a human or been The Borg and dated a human? Summer, Morty, this is, uh, Unity. Morty activates the garage door opener Blim Blam: Uh, is there a slow setting? I'm not looking for judgment, just a yes or no can you assimilate a giraffe? He likes Morty because he's perfectly happy to do whatever Rick wants to do for the most part.
I know it's in there. I know your game, beta seven. Suicide, aids, murder, racism, addiction, slavery — all subjects touched upon within this episode without ever once feeling like an after-school special. I think she's just saying that life would be, you know, life. Unity has the potential, the power and the will to enslave the whole world, having such a creature in love with you would give you potential to exploit it for your own good, there would be so many ways of taking advantage of it. So good luck with your shitty marriage, and tell Rick I'm sorry he has to deal with either of you.