Why would anyone turn themselves into a pickle?
In a Mad Max-like wasteland, Morty and Summer find ways to take their minds off their parents’ divorce while adventuring with their mad scientist grandpa, Rick.
In some kind of reverse April Fools’ Day prank, last night Cartoon Network aired a new episode of Rick and Morty. I found it completely by accident.
The funny thing about a TV show based on time travel, that doesn’t actually leave the present day is… well, it isn’t really funny.
Grab your Walkman and mixtape. Strap on your rocket boots. And bring a blatant disregard for authority on your way to save the universe. Star-Lord, Gamora, Rocket, Drax and Groot are back, and this time you can control them.
If you don’t like spoilers… don’t read this blog, because I’m giving away the main spoiler. Stop reading. Right Now.
If you could prevent a new disaster from happening in the past, but in the process mess things up for the future, would you do it? This type of Terminator-meets-Back to the Future time-travel paradox presents itself within Timeless.