April Fools! Or Not... as Rick and Morty Season 3 Premiers

Posted April 03, 2017

The show streamed on Adult Swim on repeat for April Fool's Day. And of course, it'll come back with the season's official premiere later on.

The second season of Rick and Morty ended back in October 2015, so fans have had to wait a long time for Season 3.

Harmon has spoken before about the delay, reiterating to fans that he and Roiland would release the season when it was ready.

Samurai Jack airs every Saturday at 11 p.m. on Cartoon Network. Bad news if you live outside the USA though, it won't work, but I'm led to believe that some scoundrels are hosting the episode on other sites we can't link to but a popular search engine may take you to.

Without spoiling too much, the new episode shows the Smith family trying to cope without Rick, which is painful enough on its own without taking into consideration the stifling rules put into place by the Federation.

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Basically they released the show in the most Rick and Morty way they possibly could, trolling us all in the process... Kind of! We promise this isn't an April Fool's prank, but it's also kinda complicated!

Maybe that's why we have new Rick and Morty hijinx finally - Dan Harmon's fatalism. Ricky and Morty Season 3's premiere has been streaming all night and is available on Adult Swim.

Then again, it could just be a way of showing us that Rick really is still just a selfish man who has been doing everything he can to fuel his love of that Szechuan dipping sauce, which works as another layer to Rick's alcoholism.

It might take nine whole seasons to make it happen, as Morty predicted, but they've clearly already got the company's attention.