6 Rick and Morty Dimensions We Wish We Could Go To Right Now
Would you risk going to a Mad Max universe?
Most of the universes shown in Rick and Morty are horrifying to say the least. You certainly wouldn't want to find yourself in a place where people have butts for faces and faces for butts (imagine the bullying you'd endure), or where human beings are used as furniture, phones, or pizza.
However, there are a few rare exceptions, dimensions that might actually be fun to visit. Here are our top picks.
S3E9 The ABC's of Beth
It's a pocket world that Rick created for little Beth to protect the neighborhood from her psychotic tendencies. Froopyland was this perfect, safe, paradise-like place with stunning fantasy-inspired vistas, a fairy-tale castle and harmless cuddly creatures before Beth abandoned her childhood friend Tommy there.
We would definitely want access to the pre-Tommy Froopyland. Especially since it can be accessed from anywhere in the world with just a piece of chalk and a blank wall.
S5E1 Mort Dinner Rick Andre
Imagine having a place to go when you need to take a break from the stresses of life or finish an important assignment before the deadline. In Narnia, time moves much faster than in our universe, so however long you spend there, it will only be a few minutes on Earth.
Plus, the pocket dimension, with its quaint farms and friendly locals, looked pretty idyllic before Rick and Morty got their hands on it.
S1E2 Lawnmower Dog
The dimension Snuffles and his compatriots went to is a perfect tourist destination. Of course, the main species there are intelligent dogs, but they remain as lovable as they were on our planet. Besides, they know that humans are their friends and have warm feelings for us. This could prove to be a very pleasant visit.
S1E10 Close Rick-Counters of the Rick Kind
We don't know much about the place where the Western Rick and Morty from The Citadel came from. But it must be a colorful place where everyone is a cowboy and lives by the rules of the Wild West. Sort of like a real-life Westworld on a world scale. What's not to like about that?
S3E2 Rickmancing the Stone
This might be a harder sell than others, but who wouldn't risk visiting a Mad Max-inspired universe full of mutants and bizarre costumes and vehicles? It would definitely be a wild and dangerous adventure. But hey, if we can jump dimensions, maybe we can get one of Rick's anti-booby suits?
Rick's Secret Poop Spot
S4E2 The Old Man and the Seat
A special planet where Rick's toilet is located is a desirable destination not only for shy poopers, but for anyone who enjoys tranquil, people-free places. With its exotic flaura, striking landscapes, sparkling beaches, clear air, and glittering aurora borealis in the sky, the place feels like a dream come true. Thank goodness, we have similar locations right here on earth.