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How did Rick And Morty season 4 end?

The season 4 finale opens with a cool, space hero version of Beth Smith (Sarah Chalke) and her “Defiance” squad battling the Galactic Federation, which has rebuilt its forces after Rick incapacitated them on the season 3 premiere, “The Rickshank Rickdemption.” After stealing the plans of this new Federation’s version of a Death Star, a Wrangler Jeans-sponsored “planet remover,” Space Beth discovers a bomb inside her, deduces that Rick put it there, and heads back to Earth to get rid of her dad once and for all. Meanwhile, Morty (Roiland) and his sister Summer (Spencer Grammer) feud over an invisibility belt, and their father Jerry (Chris Parnell) messes about with puppetry. 

As you’d expect, all of this comes to a head in a twisting, turning tale — along with some dark TV moments only this show can bring you. Here’s the ending of Rick and Morty season 4 explained.

The season 4 finale opens with a cool, space saint variant of Beth Smith (Sarah Chalke) and her “Rebellion” crew engaging the Galactic Federation, which has reconstructed its powers after Rick debilitated them on the season 3 debut, “The Rickshank Rickdemption.” After taking the plans of this new Federation’s rendition of a Death Star, a Wrangler Jeans-supported “planet remover,” Space Beth finds a bomb inside her, concludes that Rick put it there, and makes a beeline for Earth to dispose of her father for the last time. Then, Morty (Roiland) and his sister Summer (Spencer Grammer) fight over an intangibility belt, and their dad Jerry (Chris Parnell) messes about with puppetry.

On “Star Mort: Rickturn of the Jerri,” all of this came back to bite Rick and the Smith family in a huge way, when the Tammy-led new Federation turned its gaze to Earth upon learning where Space Beth had gone. This led them to abduct both her and regular Beth (yes, there are two Beths — more on that in a bit). During the ensuing high-stakes rescue mission, Rick also has to face Phoenixperson in combat — only to discover that his old friend is more than a match for him.  

After Tammy’s evil has been vanquished — and Jerry’s puppetry skills have managed to save the day in a way that frankly needs to be seen to be believed — the galactic parts of the plot are put to rest. However, things aren’t any less hectic on a smaller scale.

While it would be easy to write the space-faring version of Beth off as an alternate universe situation like the show has done so many times, Harmon and Roiland take things to the next level by making her a clone of Beth — or the real thing, which would make the Beth we’ve known lately a clone. This dates back to the season 3 episode “The ABCs of Beth,” which explored the oddball daughter-father relationship between Beth and Rick. Ultimately, Rick gave his daughter two options: either live her dream life by becoming a space traveler, in which case Rick would construct a clone Beth to continue her family life, or to go on with her life as normal. 

On “Star Mort: Rickturn of the Jerri,” all of this came back to bite Rick and the Smith family in a huge way, when the Tammy-led new Federation turned its gaze to Earth upon learning where Space Beth had gone. This led them to abduct both her and regular Beth (yes, there are two Beths — more on that in a bit). During the ensuing high-stakes rescue mission, Rick also has to face Phoenixperson in combat — only to discover that his old friend is more than a match for him.  

After Tammy’s evil has been vanquished — and Jerry’s puppetry skills have managed to save the day in a way that frankly needs to be seen to be believed — the galactic parts of the plot are put to rest. However, things aren’t any less hectic on a smaller scale.

On “Star Mort: Rickturn of the Jerri,” all of this came back to bite Rick and the Smith family in a huge way when the Tammy-led new Federation turned its gaze to Earth upon learning where Space Beth had gone. This led them to abduct both her and regular Beth (yes, there are two Beths — more on that in a bit). During the ensuing high-stakes rescue mission, Rick also has to face Phoenixperson in combat — only to discover that his old friend is more than a match for him.  

After Tammy’s evil has been vanquished — and Jerry’s puppetry skills have managed to save the day in a way that frankly needs to be seen to be believed — the galactic parts of the plot are put to rest. However, things aren’t any less hectic on a smaller scale.

On “Star Mort: Rickturn of the Jerri,” all of this came back to bite Rick and the Smith family in a huge way when the Tammy-led new Federation turned its gaze to Earth upon learning where Space Beth had gone. This led them to abduct both her and regular Beth (yes, there are two Beths — more on that in a bit). During the ensuing high-stakes rescue mission, Rick also has to face Phoenixperson in combat — only to discover that his old friend is more than a match for him.  

After Tammy’s evil has been vanquished — and Jerry’s puppetry skills have managed to save the day in a way that frankly needs to be seen to be believed — the galactic parts of the plot are put to rest. However, things aren’t any less hectic on a smaller scale.

On “Star Mort: Rickturn of the Jerri,” all of this came back to bite Rick and the Smith family in a huge way when the Tammy-led new Federation turned its gaze to Earth upon learning where Space Beth had gone. This led them to abduct both her and regular Beth (yes, there are two Beths — more on that in a bit). During the ensuing high-stakes rescue mission, Rick also has to face Phoenixperson in combat — only to discover that his old friend is more than a match for him.  

After Tammy’s evil has been vanquished — and Jerry’s puppetry skills have managed to save the day in a way that frankly needs to be seen to be believed — the galactic parts of the plot are put to rest. However, things aren’t any less hectic on a smaller scale.

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