‘Rick & Morty’ Season 7 is repeating the same Mistake in 3 episodes in a row, sidelining Morty

- How 'Rick & Morty' Season 7 Keeps Marginalizing Morty in its Storylines
Rick & Morty Season 7 is Losing Its Way by Sidelining Morty

Rick and Morty” season 7 brought excitement among the fans. But there are a few things that have left fans infuriated; one of those things is sidelining Morty in the first three episodes of the show. 

“Rick and Morty” season 7 has gained a lot of criticism as fans are alleging that the show has repeated one problematic story trend three episodes in a row. However the new episodes are good, but they are not as entertaining as they used to be. 

Morty Has Been Sidelined In “Rick & Morty” Season 7

Rick and Morty” fans have been both surprised and let down by the lack of Morty’s presence in the latest season. The focus seems to be on Rick in the three episodes, while Morty has only made a few appearances. 

In the episode “The Jerrick Trap,” Jerry and Rick experience a situation that leads to a breakdown. In “How Poopy Got His Poop,” Rick organized an intervention for Mr. Poopybutthole. Lastly, in “Air Force Wong,” the episode delved into Rick’s disputes with Unity, the President, and his therapist. 

However, it is concerning that Morty appeared in these three episodes, which could potentially impact the episodes of season 7 of “Rick and Morty”.

Why Rick & Morty Can’t Afford To Keep Sidelining Morty?

Since “Rick and Morty” has sidelined Morty in the three episodes of season 7, they cannot afford to persist with this approach. With the casting changes, there has already been controversy surrounding season 7 of “Rick and Morty,” so it would not be wise to draw attention by completely marginalizing a key character. 

This new season feels somewhat unbalanced as it focuses predominantly on Rick’s acquaintances rather than delving into Morty’s grounded storyline. Despite having both characters in the title, it is evident that Morty will take the stage in the series. 

Rick, the scientist with the intellect of a deity, contrasts with Morty, who represents a grounded perspective that resonates with the audience. 

The heart of “Rick and Morty” lies within Morty himself. Some of the show’s episodes revolve around his personal experiences, be it his romantic entanglements or his relationships within the Smith family. 

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