A new trailer for Rick and Morty season 3, episode 7 titled, “The Ricklantis Mixup” has been released online. The sneak peeks provided through the short clip, suggests that the bromance is going to continue all the way to Atlantis. Adult Swim decided to postpone the airing of this episode by another week. Therefore, “The Ricklantis Mixup,” is now scheduled to premiere on Sunday, September 10.

Plot of the show

The trailer reveals Rick (Justin Roiland) as heading for an expedition in Atlantis. He is accompanied by Morty (also Roiland) and they swim underwater to get to their destination. The next part of the trailer reveals that both have returned home, after their dangerous adventure from Atlantis.

Interestingly, the main characters of the cartoon series have been facing many life-threatening situations this season. Take, for instance, the sixth episode, where Rick and Morty manage to get into trouble after consuming toxins during a spa appointment.

After the airing of the sixth episode, Adult Swim published another video where the characters were seen insulting another popular TV show, “Game of Thrones.” According to a report by CinemaBlend, fans and even “Rick and Morty” co-creator, Dan Harmon wasn't too happy about that. He was quick to clarify that he had nothing to do with the harsh comments made on the show and that he felt that they were uncalled for.

Harmon on the 'Game of Thrones'

Dan took to his official Twitter account to express his disappointment over it. He took the platform to clarify that they weren’t responsible for the harsh bump targeted towards the “Game of Thrones,” writing that it was some “intern” from Atlantis, who didn’t know what he was doing.

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The show’s season 7 recently concluded and its narration was slightly-off as but Harmon admitted that it doesn’t make sense to criticise as everything is flawed at some point or another.

The next installment is expected to arrive in 2019, leaving its fans with a lot of waiting time. He also took the opportunity to express his love for “Game of Thrones,” and said that he is solely focused on working his own show out at the moment.

“Rick and Morty,” has managed to gain immense popularity, with season 3’s ratings higher than ever before. The show has roughly three more episodes left in the season, but no information about a possible renewal been revealed yet. Fans have a wait a bit more for the seventh episode.