She bothers to love her father and that keeps everything feasible because otherwise it would all fall apart. Before leaving, Rick steals the isotope. It is likely that Beth chose the latter option based on the scenes that followed. The rest of the family panics and Beth retreats into the kitchen and haphazardly pours a glass of wine while her eyes filled with tears as Mr. Rick, aware that the increasing danger that would represent his daughter, created a dream world for his daughter, , in order to keep the other children of the neighborhood safe. Post-credit scene: Rick and Morty return home from Atlantis, satisfied with their trip. And proves this to her by giving her an ultimatum.
Beth chooses Rick and the couple decide to get a divorce. Both of which were also blonde-haired doctors like Beth. Family Beth with her father. Their disagreement over Rick's living situation with them is an extremely frequent source of tension. Beth's change in parenting in the episode may be permanent, as she hasn't been as motherly or supportive in any other episode, especially not to Summer, who along with Morty needs this the most from her. Rick, Morty, and Summer return home where Jerry gives Beth an ultimatum to choose between him and Rick.
Her dedication to her family can fade quickly if she feels patronized, devalued, or that she or another family member, such as Morty or Rick, is threatened. It is also likely that without her father Rick's influence, Morty could be Beth's favorite. After the end credits sequence, Mr. In an interview with , writer Ryan Ridley revealed that the writing process for the third season was completed in November 2016, and noted that a season of Rick and Morty takes a long time to write and animate. The fiasco prompted enraged reactions by disappointed fans, with some of them acting out and mistreating the company's workers. In his Blu-ray review for , Luke Y. Meanwhile, Summer deals with self-esteem issues as well.
Morty wonders what happened at the Citadel, but Rick tells him it will likely have no effect on their lives. This escalates into a monologue, centered around Rick's desire to find more of the discontinued , a promotional product for the 1998 film. Poopybutthole in the chest, blasting him across the room onto a wall. Wong, but Rick and Beth ignore them. On their way home, Rick apologizes to Beth for deceiving her and uses the serum to turn human again.
I had to censor this image for my own sanity. Stop taking my son on these adventures! As a result, she is generally willing to put up with Rick and his needs without sarcasm or argument, rationalizing his experiments and behavior, and can become defensive and even insecure about this when challenged. Summer enters the room moments before they commit suicide. Rick later admits to Morty that he had a hand in manipulating this because Jerry went against him. Seeing this renewed Jerry and Beth's relationship and they opted not to split up. Jerry doesn't always seem to respect her occupation as horse surgeon and occasionally has Freudian slips about it, which greatly offends her, and she is often frustrated by Jerry's insecurities and immature actions.
It is implied that the both of them deeply misunderstand the world as it appears to the majority, who can easily adapt to it and live in accordance to a lifestyle set out for them through their own choice- who know what they want and their life direction, even if only for the fact that that they allow themselves to experience satisfaction, happiness and completion, instead of only sort of contempt towards an ordinary life in some misguided attempt to overcome it. In the process, Rick battles and ultimately befriends a prisoner named Jaguar. At some point during her childhood, her parents' marriage deteriorated amid unknown circumstances and her father left her mother. They find that, while Rick was blackout drunk the previous night, he had killed Worldender and set up a variety of puzzles that the Vindicators must solve to survive. Her relationship with her parents has also affected her marriage. Rick ends his conflict with the President by pretending to be Fly Fishing Rick, a Rick from a different reality, and calling a truce.
Rick assures her she is real- and informs her self-aware clones are to be killed immediately once they learn they are clones, to which Beth freaks out Gallery Funko Pop! Diane appeared to enjoy her husband Rick's scientific work and seemed very patient and understanding, with no reference to either a failing marriage or an extreme concern about safety. This change will likely bring her closer to Morty, as well as Summer. Uncensored versions of the season are also available to purchase on various digital distribution platforms, including , and. Rick and Beth manage to save his father's life by creating a clone of Tommy. It is known that he left her mother for unknown reasons.
Without any hesitation, Beth immediately demanded that her daughter Summer be the one who survives. Post-credit scene: A tour of the same moonlight tower releases Stacy, one of the girls Morty dated in the episode, who had been inadvertently trapped inside the toxin machine. This revelation prompts a fight, during which Rick and Morty have their memories accidentally erased. She was even willing to sacrifice her relationship with Rick, so that Morty could do better in school, in the same episode. Beth has a superiority complex, believing herself at times to be above others as a way of hiding her insecurities, and has extended this behavior to those such as her son Morty, particularly when he is shown taking care of , and her husband, who unwittingly feeds her insecurities by implying she was not a 'real' surgeon. He then teleports the entire Citadel into the federal prison, prompting a massive battle.
It is likely that she chose the latter based on the scenes that followed, though puts this into further debate. Beth denies having any feelings for him, which she most likely doesn't, but Jerry does not trust her around him. Sanchez, even by the series' creators. When he returns, he helps the Death Stalkers use the Isotope to power a more advanced civilization. The next morning, the Vindicators enter Worldender's base.
The season finale was watched by 2. Beth thinks her dad is better than her mother because her dad had the brain and guts to leave her. The wolf eats the check and regurgitates it, thus further ruining Jerry's new life. Beth and Jerry remained together partially due to her belief that he is the only man in her life who has not abandoned her, but his vulnerability also undermined this by reminding her more of her 'unremarkable' mother and emphasizing his lack of intelligence or exceptional traits. When she came to realize that Rick was indeed a bad influence on Morty and agreed with Jerry to send him to a nursing home, Morty seemed to exhibit superhuman intelligence actually the results of dissolving megaseeds—further convincing her to keep him around. He told Beth that it was him or Rick which led to the two deciding to divorce. The episode also revealed that Beth was very lonely as a little girl, and may very well still be, having asked Rick to make her a whip that would make people like her, and a sentient switchblade.