Are you ready to get schwifty? Rick and Morty season 4 is coming fall of 2019, so we're ranking the best episodes of Rick and Morty that have been released so far, with the help of your votes. If someone asked you what your favorite episode of Rick and Morty is, what would you say? We want you to answer that question by voting up the top Rick and Morty episodes below, and voting down any episodes that you didn't enjoy as much (although every episode is amazing). That's the fun of this list - other sources might have a list of all Rick and Morty episodes, but you probably can't vote for your favorites and watch them climb higher on the poll.
Vote for the best Rick and Morty episodes. Feel free to vote for the darkest Rick and Morty episodes or the funniest Rick and Morty episodes. Wubba lubba dub-dub!
Season 3, Episode 1
The family deals with stuff in this one broh. What's Rick gonna do? This is a real episode right here broh. The Smith family tries to cope without Rick, which is painful enough on its own without taking into consideration the stifling rules put into place by the Federation. Meanwhile Rick's past is finally revealed as he attempts to get out of his prison
Season 3, Episode 7
Atlantis, here we come broh! A nice self contained episode about Atlantis! Rick and Morty head to Atlantis. Meanwhile, the Citadel of Ricks undergoes major changes under new leadership.
Season 2, Episode 4
Meeting new friends; Morty goes ballistic. Trapped inside the house with an ever-increasing number of parasitic alien shape-shifters capable of altering memories, an uncertain Rick and the Smiths search for a way to determine which of them are real.
Season 3, Episode 3
It's family therapy time in this one broh. Classic stuff. Pickle Rick, too.
Season 1, Episode 10
Rick has a run in with some old associates, resulting in a fallout with Morty. You got any chips, broh?
Season 2, Episode 6
Rick forgets to check his oil, and must repair his car. Rick and Morty travel inside the car's battery, where Morty discovers Rick has created a universe containing sentient life solely to produce power for him. Meanwhile, Summer must deal with being locked in the car with Rick's overzealous security system.
Season 1, Episode 5
Rick provides the family with a solution to their problems, freeing him up to go on an adventure led by Morty. Sounds good, better record this one, broh! And when Morty thinks Rick's adventures are too dangerous, he challenges Rick to let him lead one instead.
Season 1, Episode 8
When Rick hooks up the family's tv receiver with reality-tv shows from alternate dimensions, and allows them to see themselves in different versions of their lives, they begin to wonder what they have, and more importantly - what could have been. Rick hacks the cable box, but the family are distracted by another one of his inventions.
Season 2, Episode 2
Morty tries to save a life. Rick teaches Morty to drive while leaving Jerry at a popular day care made just for him. Morty's conscience has him hunt down an assassin rather than spending the day at an alien arcade.
Season 2, Episode 3
Rick becomes emotional; Beth and Jerry are hard on each other. Rick gets emotionally invested when meeting an old friend, while Beth and Jerry have a falling out after making a discovery under the garage.
Season 3, Episode 8
Morty's memories are restored and we learn the truth in this one, broh.
Season 1, Episode 6
Rick provides Morty with a love potion to get Jessica. The serum backfires & Rick's attempt to fix things creates Cronenberg inspired monsters. Rick is okay with it but Morty feels partly responsible for creating a living nightmare.
Season 2, Episode 10
Birdperson is getting married and invites the Smith family to the wedding.
Season 3, Episode 6
Rick and Morty need a break in this one broh. Times getting tough.
Season 1, Episode 4
Rick and Morty try to get to the bottom of a mystery in this M. Night Shyamalan style twistaroony of an episode.
Season 1, Episode 2
Morty's small, white dog Snuffles gets on the nerves of the family, so Rick quickly builds a knowledge enhancing helmet for the dog. In the meantime, Rick and Morty decide to incept the dreams of Morty's math teacher, Mr. Goldenfold in order to convince him to give Morty A's in math. While the duo are sent on an epic dream world journey, Snuffles slowly gains sentience, which leads to a slew of even more problems. Rick and Morty try to incept Morty's math teacher into giving Morty an 'A'. Meanwhile, Rick gives Jerry a device to train their dog, Snuffles.
Season 3, Episode 5
Beth blows it as a mom in this on broh. Summer has body issues. Rick and Jerry goes on an adventure while Beth fails as a mother and Summer has body issues.
Season 2, Episode 5
Rick and Morty must step up and save things; a new religion starts up. When a massive head descends into Earth's atmosphere, Rick and Morty must save the planet by coming up with a new hit song. Meanwhile, Jerry, Beth, and Summer become part of a new religion.
Season 2, Episode 1
Rick don goofed this time and mussed up the whole time frame broh! Beth and Jerry get romantic! Rick, Morty, and Summer get into trouble when time is fractured by a feedback loop of uncertainty that split reality into more than one equally possible impossibilities. Meanwhile, Beth and Jerry go to extreme lengths to save a deer struck by their vehicle.
Season 2, Episode 9
Rick and Morty find themselves on a planet where the sentient inhabitants practice a "purge for peace" way of life. Morty makes a mistake and Jerry and Summer work on their father-daughter relationship.
Season 2, Episode 7
Rick joins in on hijinks, Beth and Jerry sort out relationship issues.
Season 1, Episode 11
Beth and Jerry head for an iceberg of a date leaving Rick in charge. Morty doesn't get to go on any more adventures if the house isn't in the same condition when they get back. Beth and Jerry go away on a trip, so Rick decides to throw a party.
Season 1, Episode 1
Rick takes Morty to another dimension to get some seeds for him but Morty's parents are considering to put Rick in a retirement home for keeping Morty away from school to help him in his lab. Rick moves in with his daughter's family and establishes himself as a bad influence on his grandson, Morty.
Season 1, Episode 3
It's around Christmas time and Jerry's parents are coming to visit so he wants everybody to have a normal holiday without technology and without Rick. Fortunately for him, Rick has other plans, involving building a molecular theme park inside of a friend of his named Ruben, and he shrinks down Morty and sends him in there to test it out. Christmas day, Rick's friend, Reuben, comes over for his annual medical checkup. Meanwhile Jerry learns his parents have a new friend.