Rick and Morty theories: Key Frog scene proves Morty is Evil Morty – here’s how

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The fourth season of Adult Swim’s popular cartoon comedy wrapped up in May 2020 with one of the show’s most satisfying finales so far. However, Rick and Morty viewers still have their eyes peeled for the return of Evil Morty. One theory may have sealed his return in a future episode.

Dysfunctional adventurers Rick and Morty (both played by Justin Roiland) took down the Galactic Federation in the thrilling season four finale earlier this year.

Although the latest instalment was widely praised as one of the show’s best finales yet, co-creators Roiland and Dan Harmon have still left plenty of questions unanswered.

Among them is the current whereabouts of the duo’s nemesis, Evil Morty, who was revealed as the show’s main antagonist back in season one.

Evil Morty was last seen in the season three episode, Tales From the Citadel, in which he became the President of the Citadel of Ricks.

After murdering the Ricks in his cabinet who opposed his election, Evil Morty hasn’t returned in a significant capacity since.

However, the eyepatch-wearing Morty did show up for a brief cameo in this year’s midseason opener, Never Ricking Morty.

Whilst trapped on the Story Train, Rick and Morty become entangled in a montage of sorts featuring some of their old foes, with Evil Morty leading an army of Rick soldiers and Mr Meseeks.

Despite poking fun at the series’ formula, the episode frustrated some fans with Evil Morty’s inclusion, only for the series’ antagonist to remain absent for the rest of the series.

A new theory has revealed there are still plenty of secrets to be revealed about the corrupted Morty, which could come into play in season five.

Adult Swim have renewed the popular show for another 60 episodes, and Roiland and Harmon have confirmed production is well underway for the next instalment.

During the hiatus, one fan took to Reddit to propose a key scene from Rick and Morty’s iconic intro could hold the key to Evil Morty’s origin story.

Redditor self_writing_stories posted: “Morty gets a redo button [in The Vat of Acid Episode] but it’s just a trick from Rick.”

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“What if that breaks Morty? And with all the other s**t Rick has done I don’t blame him.

“Plus, what if the frog scene still needs to happen, and that’s the Morty we follow who becomes Evil Morty.”

Each episode of Rick and Morty begins with an intro mostly consisting of scenes from the current season.

However, two sequences involving a Cthulhu-esque monster and Morty apparently getting eaten by giant frogs have left viewers puzzled, as they’ve yet to be included in the series.

Moreover, Rick’s elaborate scheme with the do-over device in The Vat of Acid Episode may have left Morty more traumatised than originally expected.

This theory proposed Rick’s current Morty could eventually suffer a nasty injury by the giant frogs seen in the intro.

Morty could escape with his life but lose an eye, leading to the creation of a vengeful Evil Morty who tries to get his revenge on Rick for abandoning him on an alien planet.

Rick and Morty Season 4 Part 1 is available to stream on Netflix.

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