After Rick and Morty decided to unfreeze time, they must deal with alien parasites, alternate Jerrys and a decaying, possibly non-existent dimension.
Rick, Morty, and Summer get into trouble when time is fractured by a feedback loop of uncertainty that split reality into more than one equally possible impossibilities. Meanwhile, Beth and Jerry go to extreme lengths to save a deer struck by their vehicle.
Rick teaches Morty to drive while leaving Jerry at a popular day care made just for him. Morty's conscience has him hunt down an assassin rather than spending the day at an alien arcade.
Rick gets emotionally invested when meeting an old friend, while Beth and Jerry have a falling out after making a discovery under the garage.
Trapped inside the house with an ever-increasing number of parasitic alien shape-shifters capable of altering memories, an uncertain Rick and the Smiths search for a way to determine which of them are real.
When a massive head descends into Earth's atmosphere, Rick and Morty must save the planet by coming up with a new hit song. Meanwhile, Jerry, Beth, and Summer become part of a new religion.
Rick and Morty travel inside the car's battery, where Morty discovers Rick has created a universe containing sentient life solely to produce power for him. Meanwhile, Summer must deal with being locked in the car with Rick's overzealous security system.
Rick undergoes a transformation to combat a local vampire situation. Meanwhile, Beth and Jerry attempt to sort out their relationship through marriage counseling.
As Jerry decides between keeping his manhood or saving an alien leader from imminent death, the rest of the family take a look at what interdimensional television has to offer.
Rick and Morty find themselves on a planet where the sentient inhabitants practice a "purge for peace" way of life. Jerry and Summer work on their father-daughter relationship.