Rick and Morty Season 4 and Episode 6 has yet to arrive, the fans of the series are getting frustrated now with all the waiting.
This is because the show’s creators Dan Harmon and Justin Roiland, both made a promise that they will not let the fans wait anymore.
They said this thing before the fourth season premiered, and now, just after their five episodes, both are making the fans wait again. Most of the shows have already returned after the midseason and the holiday break but not the Rick and Morty Season 4 Episode 6.
The first half of the season 4 ended with the episode called Rattlestar Ricklactica. It was the episode where Morty was seen bitten by a space snake, and he killed it by opening its spacesuit.
He, later on, he realized that because the snake died, he could be the one responsible for their extinction, so he felt very guilty.
Back on the earth, he then devised a plan to replace the snake with a new one, and then he launched it to space. This was where the first part was concluded, and the fans of the series are now already demanding Rick and Morty season 4, episode 6.
With the growing call for Adult Swim to release their part 2 now, the studio was then forced to release a statement. Although it was not a statement it was kind of a reply to appease the fans.
On February 2nd, Adult Swim posted a short clip on Twitter, and the fans can read the word ‘Patience’ in it. The studio is asking everyone to wait a bit more for the arrival of Rick and Morty Season 4 and episode 6.
THE SUPER BOWL AD
While the fans were waiting for the new episode 6, they published an ad instead. It featured the titular characters, so, at first glance, it could be mistaken as a teaser.
Source called Express reported that rather than becoming happy, the adjust made the fans of the show even more disappointed and angry because they have the time to produce the Super Bowl Advertisement when what the fans wanted in the new episode 6.
They seem to be saying the producers could have spent his time working on the episodes instead of making the ad that no one liked at all.