Ahead of Rick and Morty's return to Adult Swim this October, the network has shared the titles for all 10 episodes of the critically acclaimed animated series.
As we're sure you all remember, co-creator and lead voice star Justin Roiland was charged with domestic violence. While those charges were later dismissed, the damage had already been done both to him and, to a lesser extent, the series itself. Now, he won't be back to lend his voice to any of these characters.
This new video (which comes our way from SFFGazette.com) doesn't shed any light on the identity of someone we recently learned will be a "sound-alike" actor, but the episode titles - while heavy on puns - are undeniably intriguing.
Is it us or does that first one seem to strongly hint we'll see the long-awaited return of Mr. Poopybutthole in more than just a post-credits scene?
•"How Poopy Got His Poop Back" – Broh, Come Out With Us, You're Being So Boring Dude
•"The Jerrick Trap" – Gotta be mindful Broh, big brain stuff here.
•"Air Force Wong" – Virigina is For Lovers Broh
•"That's Amorte" – Broh, That's-A Some Good Spaghetti
•"Unmortricken" – Rick And Morty Wilding Out, Broh. They getting up to stuff.
•"Rickfending Your Mort" – Gotta keep those receipts, Dawg.
•"Wet Kuat Amortican Summer" – High School, Broh. Morty and Summer hang out in this one.
•"Rise of the Numbericons: The Movie" – Action! Adventure! It's a whole movie, Broh!
•"Mort: Ragnarick" – Heaven is for real, Broh. I saw it, Broh, I swear.
•"Fear no Mort" -Only thing to fear is fear itself, Broh.
Will any of these episodes put the spotlight on the Evil Rick Sanchez? He's become something of a big bad in the series in recent years, but with another 30 episodes on the way beyond this upcoming batch, we're not expecting any sort of resolution quite yet.
"Rick and Morty are back and sounding more like themselves than ever!" reads the official synopsis. "It's season seven, and the possibilities are endless: What's up with Jerry? EVIL Summer?! And will they ever go back to the high school?! Maybe not! But let's find out!"
"There's probably less piss than last season," it comically continues. "'Rick and Morty,' 100 years! Or at least until season 10!"
Rick and Morty season 7 premieres on Adult Swim on October 15.