The latest Rick and Morty episode featured Rick on one of his most insanely-driven missions yet - to surprisingly tragic results. That particular mission crossed streams with a war between Beth and Summer which stemmed from said app. Meanwhile, Rick's journey was a self-described solo and not directed by Ron Howard adventure. The origins of that adventure came from a simple need to relieve himself. And, described by Summer with misplaced excitement, Rick had a special place wherein he could do just that. Rick being Rick, that secret locale was a seemingly untouched planet - where he had not only established a base but fashioned a lavatory designed just for him. Unfortunately, he soon found signs that someone other than himself had used the facilities. What followed was an epic vendetta as Rick sought to discover the identity of the trespasser - ending a violent rebellion and incurring a swarm of new enemies in the process. Ultimately, Rick's quest led him to Tony, an alien office worker who quickly confessed and readily accepted whatever fate Rick had in store. It was at this point that the toilet-based hijinks quickly took a turn for the poignant - when Tony revealed he had previously lost his wife.
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It aired on Fox in the United States on March 3, The episode starts with a crate falling off from a truck and into a cliff, where the wooden crate breaks and its contents start to glow. Bob has to go to court to contest a parking ticket, and borrows one of Mort's client's suits that was left behind in the funeral home. Gene shows his siblings the toilet, where he finds out that its battery is almost drained and needs charging. The driver of the truck finds and tracks Gene back to the restaurant, where Bob and Linda are on their way to celebrate the dismissal of his ticket, mostly due to how "rich" he looks in the said suit.
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In the episode, a nationwide catastrophe occurs after Clyde 's mother is killed because Clyde forgot to put the toilet seat down. This embarrasses Clyde, who asks the boys not to say anything about it at school. Cartman nonetheless tells the entire class the next day, while Butters Stotch is dumbfounded to learn that everyone sits on the toilet facing away from the cistern , as he has been sitting facing it in order to use the cistern as a shelf for reading material and drinks. Betsy then appears and again excoriates Clyde for leaving the toilet seat up, and takes him home. Later that night, after Clyde, yet again, forgot to put the toilet seat down, Betsy falls into the toilet, causing a suction that rips out her organs , killing her. Betsy's death spurs the Toilet Safety Administration TSA to implement new safety regulations for people's toilets, including requiring all toilets to be outfitted with seatbelts and security cameras, conducting surprise inspections in people's homes as they relieve themselves, and creating checkpoints in both private and public bathrooms that create huge lines. Cartman and the rest of the town are outraged, and speak out against these measures, though a schism develops between the women, who insist men should simply put the seat down, and the men, who opine that women should simply check to see if the seat is down before sitting on the toilet.
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