Rick and Morty (both played by Justin Roiland) has explored some unbelievable scenes over the first four seasons so far. Making their way through time and space, the adventurers regularly make their own lives difficult by making enemies of aliens, and people in other timelines.
Perhaps one of the biggest problems Rick has is the Council of Ricks, who govern the enormous, expanding population of Rick and Mortys who live their own lives in The Citadel of Ricks.
One episode in particular, The Ricklantis Mixup, shows Evil Morty taking on a number of Ricks using his political influence.
Viewers have thought about how Evil Morty may have come about and posited that the youngster could in-fact be the biggest threat against Rick.
With almost anything possible in Rick’s world, he may fall victim to his own success, as he continues to treat Morty badly.
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Reddit user colbyisdumb04 recently wrote an expansive tell-all on how they believe Morty will gradually become even eviler as the season’s progress.
The fan points out that Morty is completely clueless in season one, and doesn’t quite know what is going on.
However, each season sees him gain a lot more competence in what goes on and even sees him outsmart Rick on some occasions.
In particular, season three’s episode Vindicators 3: The Return of Worldender sees Morty disarming all the bombs Rick laid as traps during his drunken blackout.
“When it came to this Morty, Rick couldn’t fight him maybe he couldn’t do it cause he loved him or Evil Morty became too smart for Rick, but Rick ran away.”
They went on to say that this Morty in particular is becoming independent and smart – just like Evil Morty – and will eventually become the antagonist of the show.
If this is the case, will viewers see the end of the titular partnership as the pair take each other on?
Meanwhile, Reddit user Soggibanana recently spoke out about Morty being a clone.