Season 3 of Rick and Morty finally came to an end last Sunday. This was a great season filled with many twists and turns for the fans. There were some old questions answered as well as many new ones brought to light. Justin Roiland and Dan Harmon did a great job turning it up a notch this season without straying from the true nature of the show. They finally let fans know that they can do whatever they want when they want. Rick and Morty is a freeform anthology and Roiland and Harmon do not adhere to normal animated sitcom formulas – except maybe the “rule of three”. Starting off with a superb episode in “The Rickshank Rickdemption”. We see Rick destroy the Citadel of Ricks and take down the Galactic Federation by changing a one to a zero. The best part of the episode was Rick ranting about missing McDonald’s promotional Szechuan McNugget sauce that was released with Disney’s Mulan. A sauce that McDonald’s is actually bringing back for one day on October 7, 2017. I’m going to make sure that I get a taste. “Pickle Rick” delivered everything it promised in the clips that were released at San Diego Comic-Con back in 2016. The major standout from the season is definitely “The Ricklantis Mixup” a.k.a. “Tales from the Citadel” in where we see the continuation of the ‘Evil Morty’ storyline that started with “Close Rick-counters of the Rick Kind” back in Season 1. The safe bet is that we will not see this storyline continue again until Season 5. “The ABC’s of Beth” finally gave us a glimpse into what kind of child Beth was like with a visit to Froopyland. Interesting fact; Justin Roiland and Dan Harmon actually got children to voice the Froopians. This makes that the play about how they were created even creepier. The season did leave a lot for the fans to think about. When will we actually see ‘Evil Morty’ again? Whatever happened to Tammy and the resurrected Phoenix Person? Is Beth really a clone? Eventually, these question may be answered, but it’s best not to dwell on them. With things figuratively being reset at the end of this season, we’ll probably go back to the groundedness of Season 1. Hopefully, Mr. Poopybutthole was just pulling our legs and we do not have to wait that long for Season 4. Overall, Rick and Morty Season 3 scores a Good 4.55/5. This score may be adjusted if we actually get the Christmas special that fans have been speculating about!