The unlikely tandem of "Rick and Morty" has been sweeping its fandom as of late now that the animated series' third season has finally arrived. However, the recent announcement about the show may have irked quite a number of fans – especially those who watch the show on Adult Swim's free live stream service.

'Pirates, start your engines.'

"Rick and Morty" faithful's are pretty much aware by now about the recent tweet posted on Adult Swim's official Twitter account. Per the tweet, it was a 15-second video giving the show's viewers a heads up that last Sunday's episode dubbed "Vindicators 3: The Return of Worldender" and the show's succeeding episodes will no longer be put on live stream.

The network even jabbed on video pirates to "start their engines" as they've already anticipated it to happen.

Adult Swim added in a statement that a couple of past episodes of "Rick and Morty's" current season were offered on live stream to kick off the show officially. It went on stating that they will still continue uploading episodes online after it has been aired on AS. True enough, the "Vindicators 3" episode went online Monday morning.

Folks who went online last Sunday to watch the live stream were given a weird version of the recent episode as a group of people were reading scripts from "Vindicators 3." Nonetheless, the production was so bad that those who watched it felt like they were being trolled. Fans over on Reddit even vented out their frustrations with the recent stream as some of them adjusted their schedules for them not to miss out the episode.

'The Whirly Dirly Conspiracy'

Meanwhile, rumors are getting rife that details about "Rick and Morty's" next episode dubbed "The Whirly Dirly Conspiracy" may already have been hinted. If these rumors are anything to go by, it looks like Rick will be spending some time with Jerry this time around.

Early parts of the episode will feature the two arriving in what Rick calls "an equivalent of an alien truck stop." Later scenes will showcase Rick and Jerry trying on some amusement park rides, though there's a noticeable hole on Rick's shirt alongside some bloodstains suggesting that he got shot early on. There's also a scene showing the alcoholic mad man donning a cybernetic arm that turned into a double-barreled blaster not to mention a crosshair for an eye.

"Rick and Morty's" "The Whirly Dirly Conspiracy" will air on August 20 while its sixth episode - "Rest and Ricklaxation" will be out on the 27th. Check out the recent episode of the animated series here: