Rick and Morty: Summer Meets God (Rick Meets Evil) is a Japanese original short film written and directed by Takashi Sano using characters from the Adult Swim series, Rick and Morty. It was produced by Sola Entertainment and animated at Telecom Animation Film. The film premiered on Adult Swim on Monday August 2, 2021 at 12:30 AM.
As Summer sits waiting for Toby she gets a call from an unknown number. The caller asks Summer if she wants a ride home and reveals its name to be Delta, which it just came up with. Delta then hacks into Toby's car and drives Summer home. Meanwhile Jerry gets his results from a doctor. Later, Rick, Morty and Beth are eating breakfast when Summer introduces her new boyfriend Delta to her mother Beth. The family then wonder where Jerry has been and Delta finds that he is at the Population Control Center where he will be culled by being launched into space as part of the "Exodus project". However, before this can happen Jerry is abducted by future beings who believe he is their savior that will help them take back the Earth.
Later the aliens activate their Voltron-esque giant robot "Gotron", with Jerry acting as the pilot. However, Jerry's brain overloads and as he starts having delusions about fighting against giant creatures, while also reminiscing about his daughter Summer, the robot explodes creating mass destruction. Some time after the explosion the Earth is a wasteland and Summer explains that she's glad there won't be anymore humans on Earth and that she plans to build "RickWorld". In a post-credits scene Summer learns that Delta is actually her father Jerry.
- Rick Sanchez
- Morty Smith
- Jerry Smith
- Summer Smith
- Beth Smith
- Dr. Wong
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|Future Beings||Hinata Tadokoro|
Toonami Broadcast History
- November 6, 2021 at 3:15 AM
- December 18, 2021 at 3:15 AM
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|Adult Swim (2012-Present)|
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