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Dimensional Adventures with Rick and Morty: 5 Episodes to Get Your Journey Started

Rick and Morty
, a popular animated sci-fi sitcom created by Justin Roiland and Dan Harmon, has a massive fan base that has eagerly awaited every new episode since the show first aired back in 2013. The show's popularity can be attributed to its combination of humor, emotional depth, and an excellent blend of science fiction and artistic creativity. Over the years, Rick and Morty has given us some of the best television episodes of all time. Here are five of them:

1. "The Ricklantis Mixup" (Season 3, episode 7): This episode, also known as "Tales from the Citadel," is the best of the series. It shows us the alternate society created in the citadel ruled by Ricks and Mortys, presents us with subplots, meta-commentary, and a particularly climactic end that emphasizes dangerous political games of power and the ultimate absurdity of Rick and Morty's world. This episode brilliantly shows us that no matter how ridiculous the Rick and Morty universe gets, there will always be something more bizarre waiting for us.
2. "Pickle Rick" (Season 3, episode 3): "Pickle Rick" is arguably the most widely discussed episode of the series. In this episode, Rick turns himself into a pickle to avoid going to family therapy. But things go wrong, and he ends up in a hazardous situation. This episode has everything, including dark humor, action scenes, and emotional dialogue, and deserves recognition for its inventiveness.
3. "Close Rick-counters of the Rick Kind" (Season 1, episode 10): This episode takes us on a journey with the Citadel of Ricks, prompting us to explore the depth of Rick's character and his life. We learn about different versions of Rick, which will contribute to the show's lore for seasons to come.
4. "Mortynight Run" (Season 2, episode 2): In this episode, Rick and Morty explore an alien resort while Jerry is having an existential crisis. The episode has several subplots attached, allowing us to experience the darker side of the universal economy, which contributes to later developments in the show.
5. "The Wedding Squanchers" (Season 2, episode 10): And last but not least, "The Wedding Squanchers" is a season 2 final that shows us just how far everyone can go to get what they want. This episode has several emotional moments, and we get to see the series' more serious side.

These are the best five episodes that perfectly showcase what Rick and Morty has to offer. From creative dialogue to witty jokes and the characters' well-drawn complexity, these episodes provide fans with a quintessential Rick and Morty experience.

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