The Hidden Conspiracy Within Rick and Morty Season 6 Episode 2

If you look closely at some of the dialogue in Rick and Morty Season 6 Episode 4, it’s clear that Rick has become a legend among Die Hard enthusiasts. Halfway through Rick: A Mort Well Lived, Peter Dinklage’s alien terrorist Summer reveals that every culture across the galaxy is eventually making up the story of Die Hard. However, each culture has a different name for the story. “In Centauri it’s known as ‘Tower Man.'” The Oranese have their ‘Thornburg Cycle,’ and in Andromeda it’s ‘Foolish to Imagine You’d Be Able to Kill,'” he says. The terrorist also explains that he has written several books about the “Die Hard” legend.

Later, towards the end of the episode, Summer beats the terrorists by (what else?) gluing a gun to their back. Rick, stuck in a video game for the entire episode, takes out the other terrorists, and when Dinklage sees him, Dinklage’s character remarks with a tone of astonishment, “Doctor Ozalesium?”

It seems the terrorist recognizes Rick from somewhere, but before that can be explored, the alien is eaten by one of his companions, leading Rick to quip, “Classic ‘Tower Man’.”

This exchange seems to imply that Rick has previously done a “die hard” and that Dinklage’s character has studied him as a subject in one of his books on the subject. Rick must have delivered a great die hard, too, given the tone of deference the terrorist leader uses when addressing him. The Hidden Conspiracy Within Rick and Morty Season 6 Episode 2

Charles Jones

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