The excitement in the air and the sheer exhilaration is at an all-time high with a little less than twenty-four hours left for the worldwide premiere of the much-awaited and critically acclaimed animation television show, "Rick and Morty". Fans all across the globe, both the old and the fairly new, have had their voluptuous chunk of time to catch up, rewatch, and binge through the audio-visual extravaganza that is the past three seasons. For those who have just hopped on to the hype train, fret not. This article is a mighty-fine consolidation of everything you’ll need to gear up before the show airs tomorrow.

Put your game shoes on, and behold all the following juicy information.

Turning back time

"Rick and Morty" creators Justin Roiland and Dan Harmon have been the backbone of the show since day one. With Roiland voicing both the main characters, his crew grew larger with voice talents such as Sarah Chalke, Chris Parnell, and Spencer Grammer. Almost every episode, so far, has had a special star-studded appearance, and word is that Kanye West might be joining the bill this upcoming season.

The episode count for the upcoming Season 4 is 10, however, the first half consisting of 5 episodes will be aired in the first installment, which will span over the November 10, 17, 24, and December 1, 8. The episode titles in order of release, as far as the promotional reveals, are as follows: "Edge of Tomorty: Rick Die Repeat," "The Old Man and the Seat," "One Crew over the Crewcoo’s Morty," "Claw and Hoarder: Special Ricktim’s Morty," and "Rattlestar Ricklactica." As one might immediately observe, the titles are all a satirical take on pop-culture giants and references.

The official "Rick and Morty" Twitter account also shared loglines alongside each episode title which, as one might guess again, gave absolutely no insight on the content of the episode whatsoever.

Adult Swim went on to release some images from the upcoming season with no context whatsoever, attempting to tease the collective fandom, and gloriously succeeding at it.

Season 4 also promises the return of a fan-favorite character but it isn't clear as to who it could be, but it was rumored to be Mr. Meeseeks.

The storyline currently has the once exiled Jerry Smith patch up with Rick and make his way back into the family. Morty seems to be evolving, psychologically, in a manner of speaking which is evident through his actions and decision making.

Summer is very much the integral dramatic element she’s always been, with a conscience, of course. Beth has her plate full with a marriage that almost fell apart, and her daddy issues are coursing through what could otherwise be referred to as self-revelation. Rick Sanchez is the one egg who’s physical state seems to be making the audience more and more curious by the minute, ultimately questioning the nature of his existence itself. Amidst everything that has happened, the one question that bugs the collective fandom is what perils does Evil Morty have in store for our protagonists.

The Race against all

For the ones who would like a good delicious scoop of everything that has been left unsaid, there is still a whole day to catch up on special promotional material, and the microscopic details that come with it. You could push it further and binge-watch all the previous seasons before the airing of Season 4 Episode 1. Welcome to the world of "Rick and Morty," and may your experience be schwifty.