There's a new patriarch in Season 3 of Rick and Morty, and he's somehow less capable of dealing with human emotions than the radioactive mutants of Episode 2's Mad Max universe.
It's telling that both Summer and Morty find more comfort in this nihilistic post-apocalypse than in their own toxic family environment back home.
The long-awaited and delayed season picks back up in media res where the premiere — released all the way back on April Fools' day to everyone's surprise — left off. We return to the dysfunctional Smith family as they reckon with the consequences of their biggest threat yet. Read more...More about Animation, Cartoon Network, Rick And Morty, Dan Harmon, and Adult Swim