Rick and Morty: 11 things we’d like to see in new episodes

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Now that we know that Rick and Morty is on the way with season four and beyond, we can start speculating about what those future seasons have in store for us.

We’re not likely to get much in the way of details from creators Justin Roiland and Dan Harmon, but we can rest easy knowing that the series is the duo’s number one priority, the very air that they breathe and the food for their souls.

Whatever they come up with, it will likely be beyond our wildest imaginings and exceed all expectations. However, that doesn’t keep us from trying to imagine what might come next for Rick and Morty.

1. Clone Beth

Season three closed on somewhat of a cliffhanger, with Beth newly reunited with Jerry and the family seemingly getting back to those season one roots.

However, it is never made clear whether Beth is the original or a clone. Rick claims she’s not a clone, but then again Rick would say that. And Beth, being very much her father’s daughter, would likely not hesitate to accept Rick’s offer of secretly replacing her with a clone so she could take an extended vacation.

If Beth is a clone, that drastically complicates the family dynamic if/when the original Beth returns, particularly when it comes to her relationship with Jerry.

There are a number of solutions to this predicament, but with Rick having an infinite number of daughters in infinite dimensions, is he really attached to one over the other?