Wubba Lubba Dub Dub, "Rick and Morty" fans! In today's article on the incredible new season 3 of the show, we’re going to do a systematic breakdown of what seems to be the best episode of the current season so far. It is incredibly exciting to see the direction this show is taking, and we couldn’t be more glad about the way things are shaping up. This could easily mean a lot for the show as it is well prepped to go down as one of the best-animated television shows of our time.

Let’s get the party started!

This time it’s Rick and Jerry

The Whirly Dirly Conspiracy,” which happens to be the fifth episode of the third season just dropped and had left the fandom in complete awe, confusion, and a bag full of assorted feels.

This mesmerizing episode revolves around our protagonist Rick Sanchez trying to re-establish contact with Jerry Smith and take him on an adventure, for Morty’s sake. The events and consequences are rather hilarious and most importantly, spine-chillingly incredible.

A lot of minor details are disclosed regarding what could be the future of Rick Sanchez, and who he is. A lot of it is still unclear and unknown, and making assumptions can only get us so far, but something huge is brewing, and we can feel it, thanks to this episode.

The Whirly Dirly Conspiracy

The scene starts with Jerry driving his lone existence of misery and disillusionment when all of a sudden, Rick shows up and drags Jerry from his bleak flat and on a joyful trek to a planet where mortality is an inconceivability.

Ensured by a shield of eternality, both of them kick back with different hued drinks, expecting this result free getaway is the change of scenario that Jerry needs.

This apparently innocuous arrangement is rapidly torn to shreds by the general administrator of the eatery. One of the many casualties of Rick's varied and adventurous, this ousted ruler turned center supervisor persuades Jerry to enable him in his vengeance to the plot.

At the point when Jerry experiences some hysteria and obstructs the possible death endeavor on Rick's life, the subsequent destruction leaves Rick and Jerry inconsistent with each other. Getting off the planet likewise, allows them to eliminate any confusion and offer a voice to the unresolved issues between the two that have continually waited underneath their mutual home life.

Wandering back to Earth on a space carrier, Rick's hunters make a second coming and kidnap the two; an arrangement made all the simpler by a neural inhibitor is given to Rick while they wandered through security. Seeing Rick looted of his forces and having it fill a story need was an unusual wellspring of alleviation.

Rick, however, manages to save the day after having passed 6 hours in a matter of minutes, which is how long it takes for the neural inhibitor to wear off. These couple of minutes take the viewers on an outlandish trip where the consciousnesses of the three being present at the scene combine and they all have a sort of elevated karmic experiences. The animation pays homage to the kind that was last seen in the “Goodbye Moonmen” song and is absolutely genius.

Back on Earth

Morty seems to have grown ballsy and more responsible through the length of this season, and it is a huge character trait change for him. In hopes for not being dragged into another adventure with his menacing grandpa, he gets dragged into the everyday drama of his mother and sister, which takes an ugly turn, but all ends well.

These scenes pay homage to the movie “Honey, I blew up the kids,” and the show “Attack on Titan,” or “Shingeki no Kyojin.” It is interesting to see how Morty is almost “Rick-like” in this episode, and how he deals with Ethan hurting Summers feelings is badass.

To an episode that seems like the turning point to the whole show, we cannot wait to see what is in-store for us next week. Until then, Stay Schwifty!