Rick and Morty: Season 6 (Blu-ray) – Series Review
Follow Genre: Animation, Adventure, Comedy
Distributor: Warner Bros. Entertainment Inc.
Episodes: 10
Duration: 20 min (per episode)

Rick and Morty: Season 6 (Blu-ray) – Series Review

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Good: Entertaining story, Humor
Bad: Fewer special features
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A lot of shows often decline in quality the more seasons are made, but some tend to only get more interesting as time goes on. Rick and Morty is such a show that seemingly only gains popularity as it continues to release new episodes. The show wrapped up its sixth season a while ago, and now that season has made it to a Blu-ray format for people without streaming subscriptions to enjoy it. For our review, we were given a very fancy-looking Steelbook version of the sixth season, but that didn’t take our eyes off the actual prize: the quality content.

The first episode of the sixth season of Rick and Morty starts with the aftermath of the battle in the Citadel. Rick (Justin Roiland) and Morty (Justin Roiland) are seemingly left for dead while floating through space when the supposed clone version of Beth (Sarah Chalke) swoops in to save the day. From here on out, a new series of adventures once again takes place, but Rick’s thoughts are constantly overshadowed by his revenge plans against Rick Prime (Justin Roiland), who seems to be one step ahead of him at all times. When Rick tries to reinstate portal travel, he messes up causing everyone to return to their original universes. Due to this, Rick, Morty, and Jerry (Chris Parnell) all find themselves in a different universe, and only the two versions of Beth, as well as Summer (Spencer Grammer) can activate a beacon for all of them to be reunited again.

If you’ve gone through all the previous seasons, you’ll probably already know what to expect. The sixth season has the same structure as the previous ones, where a lot of standalone adventures play out, while also progressing the overarching story. In this case, Rick is still chasing Rick Prime, who is the cause of all his agony. The standalone adventures are still a lot of fun, while the serious moments in the series will still be able to hit a sensitive note or two. The humor remains the same as ever, with rude remarks being thrown left and right, while also showing graphic and violent scenes. Then again, if it ain’t broke, don’t fix it.

There have not been any significant changes in the voice cast, and thus you’ll be treated to the same quality performances as the first five seasons. Even after this many seasons, it’s still enjoyable to see new characters who are then voiced by the same people. While the latter would normally break the immersion for normal shows, with Rick and Morty it often adds a funny note on top of the already comedy-rich adventures.

Sadly, the Blu-ray edition of the sixth season comes with fewer special features than the previous editions, and this is a shame. We loved the many extras for the previous seasons, but even so, the Steelbook version of the sixth season comes with some behind-the-scenes footage of how the story evolved, how the writers worked during the pandemic, and so on. We very much enjoyed watching the additional content.


Rick and Morty: Season 6 fleshes out the Rick Prime story arc, and there was a great balance between the standalone adventures and the red thread that ran through everything. If you have been a fan of the series so far, then you’ll certainly enjoy this sixth season as well. If you haven’t watched a single episode of the show yet, then we still suggest checking the show out, as it is very much worth it.

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