Rick And Morty Season 7 Episode 7
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Rick And Morty Season 7 Episode 7: Summer Turns Evil & Churry Returns! What’s Next? WATCH HERE

Although Rick And Morty Season 7 has brought Rick Prime as the season’s antagonist, the previous episode has finally set the stage for a new Rick nemesis. So, indeed, Churry’s return will fill the void left by the evil villain of the first half. However, Rick And Morty Season 7 Episode 7 tells another story, hinting at Summer’s sacrifice. Well, Rick is known for his incredibly mischievous gadgets. And now the upcoming episode will soon bring another gadget onboard. But this time, Summer will become an experimental mouse. Can she deal with the situation? Further, it remains to be seen how Morty reacts after seeing Summer close to Rick. So, let’s see how the trio handle everything.

Rick And Morty Season 7 Episode 7: Another Spoof! What Will Happen Next?

The post-credit scene shows Morty receiving a warning message from Churry, who swears to take revenge on Rick and Morty. It hints that Churry will head to planet Earth to take his revenge on the duo, as they have abandoned him after befriending him. While it will be significant in exploring its story arc, Rick And Morty Season 7 Episode 7, entitled “Wet Kuat Amortican Summer,” will focus on Summer’s life. The preview clip shows Summer doing Rick’s chores, which later exhausts her energy. However, when she heads to ask her fair share, Rick refuses to pay her. Instead, he gives her a gadget called the Attribute Slider.

This helps to increase the vitality and strength of the teenager. Summer lifts Rick after gaining such incredible strength while Morty argues over the gadget. Well, Rick And Morty Season 7 Episode 7 will definitely show how she works on herself to impress those she admires. Another theory suggests that Doraemon’s Good Points Choice Board inspires the gadget. So, if Summer increases her strength, her intelligence and looks will automatically decrease. However, if it functions like this, it will ultimately create problems for the trio.

A Quick Recap!

After defeating Rick Prime, Rick needed more motivation to pursue any adventure. So, to bring his adventure partner back, Morty encouraged the former to work on Morty Adventure Cards. However, the two started bickering after Morty pitched his plan. It later led Rick to suspect the number of adventures they had gone on. So, Rick asked Observer, an omniscient alien rock, to audit the list. However, the duo became frustrated after watching the clips of their adventure and told him to leave. But instead of following Rick’s order, the Observer started harassing the Smith family. In the moment of rage, the Observer started showing the duo’s embarrassing moments regularly to the Smith family.

Rick And Morty Season 7 Episode 7
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This caused Morty to lose his temper and hit the Observer, eventually killing the latter. It later angered the other Observer, who took legal action against the duo to decide whether they were good or evil. After the Observers made the legal arguments on trial based on the pair’s past exploits, they chose to sentence Rick and Morty to death. However, in response, Rick hacked their technology and showed them that the Observers often misused their powers. It quickly created chaos among them, forcing them to attack each other. After that, Rick and Morty escaped the place, and the former decided to take the latter on a new adventure.

Rick And Morty Season 7 Episode 7: Release Date

The next episode, “Wet Kuat Amortican Summer,” will reveal Churry’s plan to take his revenge. But will he return to planet Earth? You will learn it on Rick And Morty Season 7 Episode 7, which will air on November 26, 2023, at 8 pm PT. The show will be first released on Adult Swim before moving to Hulu+Live TV. Meanwhile, the global audience can enjoy the series on Netflix and Max a few minutes after it airs on its original streaming platform. Stay tuned. TechRadar247 will keep you updated.

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