Spoilers ahead, kind of.
One of the great things about animated shows is you can take years if you want between episodes — and the actors don’t outgrow their roles. (Marge Simpson, for instance, looks fantastic.) That’s especially cool for Rick and Morty, since they can take quite a bit of time between episodes — a new season every couple of years, and long breaks between shows. But fans nearly all agree that any amount of time is worth the wait for one of the most inventive shows on TV.
In season 3, episode 2 — Rickmancing the Stone — it looks like not only is there no turning back on the divorce of Jerry and Beth — but that the chaos of it will continually add to the already dodgy emotional states of Summer and Morty. Like they needed it. The Mad Max environment of Rickmancing is a perfect analogy for the new post-divorce (post-apocalypse?) unknown faced by the kids. And Rick and Morty is still hilariously funny, capturing our cultural moment with zingers that memorably pop like the green glow of Isotope-322, the energy-giving rock Rick takes the kids to acquire. Morty and Summer both get to kill, avenging the chaos of divorce for children everywhere. Rick and Morty airs on Adult Swim.