'Rick and Morty' Celebrates July 4th With Wacky New Visuals

Packed with Easter eggs.

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As fans patiently wait for the triumphant return of Rick and Morty‘s fourth season, something that’s been teased since early 2018, Adult Swim has shared a few wacky new visuals.

Released as part of a Fourth of July tribute, in the short clip both Rick and Morty can be spotted on beer cans, as burgers and hotdogs while fireworks are shot into the sky; in short, the psychedelic clip is trademark Rick and Morty. Fans of the show will have noticed a few Easter eggs strewn about including Evil Morty from Season 3, Toxic Rick, and Pickle Rick, who has turned into a hot dog.

Rick and Morty season 4 returns to Adult Swim this November. Keep it locked here for more details and teasers as they surface.

In more entertainment news, Disney axed Toy Story 2 “Casting Couch” blooper.

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