The news that Rick and Morty will be heading to HBO GO after a lengthy distribution period was announced a few weeks ago. Season five will be made accessible on the domestic streaming service the day following its global launch. HBO GO’s service will also include the first four stints, and that’s not all! Therefore, we will be able to experience the old alcoholic inventor’s and his grandson’s puberty-struggling brains at one location in the best possible manner.
The idea for the animated sitcom suddenly appeared in Justin Roiland and Dan Harmon’s minds. Since its release in 2013, it has gained enormous popularity among young people and child-minded adults like us, mainly because of its blunt, taboo-minded approach to pop culture-shaping jokes and depths appearing in unexpected places. Additionally, inventor Rick can duplicate the fundamentals and conventions of science fiction thanks to his devices, allowing him to rip the fabric of dimensions and reality. What we wished to have in real life is now compiled in our piece (to cause the end of the world in no time, but who cares).
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1. Broken leg serum (First appeared: S01E01, Megaman)
What if you had perished? Like you accidentally broke both of your legs? If you’ve been such a loser, you must go forward in time and get this over-the-counter serum that quickly fuses human bones. One of these would have been enjoyed even by Madam Pomfrey, the Hogwarts best man.
2. Robotic butter dispenser (First emergence: S01E09, Diabolical Science)
Everyone requires a robot that dispenses butter! Aren’t you? Since you might as well reach for him, you lazy pig, the self-conscious copy in Rick and Morty at least helps this tiny guy realize there’s no point in his existence, making him infinitely miserable. Nothing about breakfast tastes better than perpetual sluggishness, do you agree? Guess what? And this tiny robot is actually for sale!
3. Beam Zooming (First pop-up: S01E03, Anatomy Park)
Of all, everyone is familiar with the films Fantastic Journey and The Real Chase, so Rick and Morty weren’t the first to think of the notion of the tiny beam. Still, Rick is truly the only one who can put together a display of various ailments in a minor version of a homeless person’s body. We wouldn’t utilize the tiny tools necessary to construct an amusement park in a half-body, but I do not doubt that we would come up with other ideas.
4. Potion of Love (First show: S01E06, Love during the flu)
Yes, the love potion is older than most movies, but you don’t often see Cronenberg’s horror. Because Jessica has the virus and Morty asks Rick to make a potion that will make her fall in love, things get out of hand very quickly. Everyone becomes dependent on the illness that makes them fall in love with Morty. To save what is still salvageable, Rick first transforms people into killer prayers before unleashing Cronenberg creatures. Finally, nothing is left, so you must scrub Earth 137 of it. We would undoubtedly use this medicine with more caution, wouldn’t we?
5. Dream Inceptor (First show: S01E02, Nightmare on Eb Street)
Thanks to the devices we can insert in people’s ears to enter their dreams, then to the more recent dreams of characters in their dreams, and so forth, Christopher Nolan and Freddy Krueger cross paths. Leonardo DiCaprio will probably split his ears in two because of the incident, especially if Scary Terry confronts him. Even so, our heroes will demonstrate why using such a dream-inceptor would make for a fantastic adventure. However, we must be careful whose ears we conceal it in.
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6. Cleansing Armor (First Show: S02E09, A Terrible Mess)
You can’t claim that Rick and Morty reject popular culture. The Night of Purge movies portrays the predicament that our heroes find themselves in. Still, on the night of the free crime, they’d prefer to be covered in a deadly Iron Man armor suit that, with its built-in rocket launchers and other firearms, would undoubtedly be helpful for us to get through a more difficult day. So, unless they drop an atom on our heads first, we may as well start the real Avengers.
7. Helmet that boosts intelligence (First show: S01E02, Nightmare on Eb Street)
8. The Bitch Box (First Show: S01E05, The Bitch)
A Mr. Bitch, whose purpose is to assist you with a task, pops out of the blue box when you click the button. After that, it disintegrates. Yes, but if you cannot assist me with that, you’ll produce duplicates of yourself to do so, and so on, until the globe is stuffed with you. So even if we do, we won’t even ask him to accidentally assist us in getting Bloodborne out because it is useless; instead, we’ll ask him to take down the trash.
9. Interdimensional Cable TV (First show: S01E08, TV drama)
Do you know what 100 TV channels can’t compare to? Hundred million! Rick is aware that even though the family’s TV decoder can now handle all the parallel universes, some channels are still incredibly ineffective at operating in other dimensions. We would switch till we found a sports tax that would allow Arsenal to win the BL if we had one of these.
Not to be overlooked:
Okay, we doubt leaving the best will come as any surprise to you. The most cyclonic element at the end is Rick’s portal gun, which enables the two main characters to travel back and forth between various dimensions. As a result, it doesn’t matter if one or two actions result in a space-time continuum because all it takes is to pull the trigger to enter a different dimension. So when someone asks us again when we’re going to have another slob test, we’d use that response.