The creators have yet to announce the release date for "Rick and Morty" Season 3 Episode 2, yet speculations are rife that it airs in July. Reports also reveal a possible storyline for the episode titled "Rickmancing the Stone."
The show's official Twitter page has since confirmed that "Rick and Morty" Season 3 Episode 2 does not air until Summer. This means "Rickmancing the Stone" could air sometime between June and August. While fans anticipate an early release, possibly in June, reports have it that the release date falls in July.
According to Blasting News, "Rick and Morty" Season 3 Episode 2 could air early July. There is no specific release date, although "Rickmancing the Stone" could supposedly arrive on July 1. This assumption is based on the day showrunner Dan Harmon released the premiere episode titled "The Rickshank Rickdemption."
Harmon released Episode 1 on April 1. Fans initially thought it was a prank, given that it was on April Fool's Day. However, the creator surprised fans when he released the episode on Adult Swim's website. Harmon streamed the episode after a fan made the request on Twitter. If he follows the same trend then perhaps fans may see "Rick and Morty" Season 3 Episode 2 on July 1.
Meanwhile, as fans wait for more updates on the release date of "Rick and Morty" Season 3 Episode 2, theories have come up about its storyline. According to Den of Geek, "Rickmancing the Stone" might continue the rivalry between Rick and Morty hinted in Episode 1. This rivalry presented itself when Morty pulled the trigger on his grandfather using a fake gun. Morty also has Rick to blame for his parents splitting up, since the latter admitted that making Jerry and the Galactic Federation go away was part of his master plan.
Likewise, the common theory is that "Rickmancing the Stone" is based off on the classic adventure film "Romancing the Stone." "Rick and Morty" Season 3 Episode 2 could supposedly feature a rescue mission and a new love interest for Morty.© 2019 Mstars News, All rights reserved. Do not reproduce without permission.