All of Rick Sanchez's Gadgets From 'Rick and Morty'

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Vote up the inventions from 'Rick and Morty' you *BURP* totally want, broh.

Rick and Morty's Rick Sanchez isn't exactly a pillar of the community. Still, there's no denying his super genius abilities. It seems like there is no situation he can't invent himself out of, even when he's going up against himself. Rick and Morty is full of crazy gadgets, so many that it's hard to remember them all. Whipping up new gadgets like the interdimensional cable box on a bored whim, Rick Sanchez's inventions range from spacefaring vehicles, to super advanced weaponry, to even the occasional butter robot. If these gadgets are nothing new to you, watch more shows like Rick and Morty.

All the gadgets in Rick and Morty, like the show's characters, are objectively schwifty, but how much do you really know about them? Do you remember which episode they were first introduced in, or what Rick-diculous situation they were invented to solve? We got your back, broh, with all of Rick Sanchez's creations. 


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    144 VOTES

    Rick's Space Cruiser

    Episode it's introduced: "Pilot" (Season 1, episode 1)

    What it does: Other than the portal gun, this is Rick's primary mode of transportation. He made it out of things he found in Morty's garage. It is equipped with numerous weapons, some of which are used to "keep Summer safe" in "The Ricks Must be Crazy" (Season 2, episode 6).

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    178 VOTES

    Portal Gun

    Episode it's introduced: "Pilot" (Season 1, episode 1)

    What it does: Rick's trusty portal gun is at the center of nearly every one of his adventures. He uses it to seemlessly travel through different dimensions.

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    140 VOTES

    Interdimensional Cable Box

    Episode it's introduced: "Rixty Minutes" (Season 1, episode 8)

    What it does: This cable box can be used to watch television from all over the multiverse. Rick and Morty regularly watch Interdimensional Cable to pass the time. 

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    131 VOTES

    Meeseeks Box

    Episode it's introduced: "Meeseeks and Destroy" (Season 1, episode 5)

    What it does: A simple push of the button produces a Mr. Meeseeks, a friendly blue entity who's willing to do anything in his power to help the user accomplish their goals. 

    Meeseeks dematerialize when their task is completed, but a Meeseeks that cannot complete his task will anguish over his continued existance until he's put out of his misery.