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Season 5 Rick and Morty: Will We See Evil Morty Again?


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Season 5 Rick and Morty of this animated show consists of 10 episodes which is a part of the 70 episodes ordered by Adult Swim after they renewed the anime in 2018. The anime is starred with Justin Roiland as titular character.

Season 5 Rick and Morty was premiered on 20th June,2021 and it was concluded on 5th September, 2021.

Season 5 Rick and Morty

Rick and Morty’s mind blowing adventures can take place anywhere which includes other dimensions and it features alternate versions of characters. In Season 5 Rick and Morty came to a thrilling conclusion. It is a two part finale.

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What is Season 5 Rick and Morty Ending?

Evil Morty shows how he is going to create the Central Finite Curve ineffective by bursting it in order to just do that with aplomb and he will travel to other parts of the multiversity which is beyond Rick’s control and here Rick will be no longer smartest.

With Rick’s protective curve burst, it is possible that Evil Morty could come up against some more challenging enemies. The curve prevented Rick from encountering anyone smarter than him, therefore it raise the question whether he was the smartest in the curve.

Viewers are now the fact of the Central Finite Curve has been the reason why Rick always managed to work his way out of any universe where he visits.

Season 5 Rick and Morty

The finale part ended with Evil Morty unveiling a new world before jumping into a yellow portal which is believed to signify his emancipation from Rick.

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What is the Cast of Season 5 Rick and Morty?

Check out the list of cast of Season 5 Rick and Morty below –

Lead Cast –

  • Justin Roiland as Rick Sanchez and Morty Smith – these are show’s main characters. Rick is always shown drunk whereas Morty is shown always nervous and unsure of himself. They are often in doubt of Rick’s many extravagant adventures.
  • Chris Parnell as Jerry Smith – he is Morty’s father and Rick’s son in law.
  • Spencer Grammer as Summer Smith, Morty’s older sister and Rick’s granddaughter
  • Sarah Chalke as Beth Smith, Morty’s mother and Rick’s daughter, who’s also a horse surgeon


  • Kari Wahlgren as Jessica, Morty’s long-time crush whom he seldom has the courage to ask out
  • Keith David as United States President Curtis / The President, the President of the United States, and the Turkey President

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Guest Cast –

  • Dan Harmonas Birdperson / Phoenixperson, one of Rick’s allies previously transformed into a killing machine by Tamantha “Tammy” Gueterman.
  • Harmon also portrays Mr. Nimbus, Rick’s long-time enemy introduced in the season.
  • Jim Gaffiganas Hoovy, a goat-like inhabitant of a parallel universe which runs on “Narnia Time”.
  • Tom Kennyas Japheth, Hoovy’s son.
  • Jeff Loveness as Japheth’s Son
  • Alison Brie as Planetina, an environmental super-heroine on whom Morty has a crush. She is heavily based on Captain Planet.
  • Steve Buscemias Eddie, a member of the Tina-Teers
  • Lauren Tom as Xing Ho, a member of the Tina-Teers / Air, a member of the Tina Teer
  • Lauren Tom as Kendra, a member of GoGotron
  • Brandon Johnson as Water, a member of the Tina-Teers
  • Dan Harmon as Arabic Ambassador
  • Rob Schrab as Diesel Weasel
  • Jennifer Coolidge as Daphne, an alien from Morglutz
  • Fred Stoller as a Ferkus 9 inhabitant
  • Michelle Buteau as the Sperm Queen
  • Christina Ricci as Princess Poñeta, the princess of the CHUD
  • Christina Ricci also voices Kathy Ireland
  • Darren Criss as Bruce Chutback, a new kid at Morty’s high school.
  • Darren Criss also voices Naruto Smith
  • Timothy Olyphant as Coop
  • Cassie Steele as Tamantha “Tammy” Gueterman
  • Tom Kenny as Squanchy and additional voices.

How Many Episodes Does Season 5 Rick and Morty Have?

Season 5 Rick and Morty contains total 10 episodes which are follows –

  • Season 5 E10 · Rickmurai Jack

Air date – 5 Sept 2021

  • Season 5 E09 · Forgetting Sarick Mortshall

Air date 5 Sept 2021

  • Season 5 E08 · Rickternal Friendshine of the Spotless Mort

Air date 8 Aug 2021

  • Season 5 E07 · Gotron Jerrysis Rickvangelion

Air date 1 Aug 2021

  • Season 5 E06 · Rick & Morty’s Thanksploitation Spectacular

Air date 25 Jul 2021

  • Season 5 E05 · Amortycan Grickfitti

Air date 18 Jul 2021

  • Season 5 E04 · Rickdependence Spray

Air date 11 Jul 2021

  • Season 5 E03 · A Rickconvenient Mort

Air Date 4 Jul 2021

  • Season 5 E02 · Mortyplicity

Air Date 27 Jun 2021

  • Season 5 E01 · Mort Dinner Rick Andre

Air date 20 Jun 2021

Trailer –

Check out the trailer of Season 5 Rick and Morty in given below video. By watching this trailer you will get a clear idea regarding this anime so that it will become easy for you whether to watch this show or not.

What is the Release Date of Season 5 Rick and Morty?

Season 5 Rick and Morty debuted on 20th June, 2021. Justin Roiland has voiced the two lead characters of this anime and he said that he would like to air one episode a month so as to lengthen the time that the series in on the air.

Justin was retired in March 2021. He also claimed that the wait between all the rest of the seasons would never be as long again like many of previous seasons.

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What Are the Reviews for Season 5 Rick and Morty?

Review aggregator Rotten Tomatoes gave Season 5 Rick and Morty 95% score which is based on 22 reviews on an average rating 8.10 out of 10. And the site’s states that –

“Bold, bombastic, and just the right amount of baffling, Rick and Morty’s fifth season is an action-packed journey that may finally put Rick in his place.”

Observer’s Brandon Katz said that –

“Rick and Morty persists not only for its inversion of sci-fi tropes, clever pop culture riffing and raw hilarity. It continues to hold our interest in a way few shows do because it knows we are all capable of great and terrible things.”

Digital Spy’s David Opie said for Season 5 Rick and Morty that –

“It’s just as inventive as ever, and by not resetting the status quo, there’s more room for character development.”