Rick and Morty has teased a Christmas special for its upcoming season six finale with a brand new clip.
In a tweet, Swimpedia, which shares news and updates on all things Adult Swim, wrote: “Tune in to @adultswim on Sunday, December 11 at 23:00 to catch the latest episode of Rick and Morty Season 6, ‘Ricktional Mortpoon’s Rickmas Mortcation!'”
The short clip from the season finale features Morty, Summer, Jerry, Beth and Space Beth sitting in their decorated living room enjoying Christmas. Rick puts on a Santa hat, then enters the room laden with a sack of gifts.
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“Santa-chez here with gifts from all over the multiverse. For Jerry, an extra-dimensional version of Miracle on 34th Street,” Rick says, giving gifts to the family.
“For Beth, a framed picture of the two of us from a universe where she wasn’t murdered as a child. And for Space Beth, the same because we don’t know which one of you is real.”
Space Beth sarcastically thanks him and that’s where the teaser ends. The last episode of Rick and Morty featured Daniel Radcliffe and Jack Black in one Game of Thrones-inspired entry.
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The parody episode is titled ‘A Rick in King Mortur’s Mort’ and sees Morty accidentally start a war after becoming a Sun Knight. It is the ninth and penultimate episode of this sixth season, which featured a mid-season hiatus.
Not much else is known about the season finale, however Rick and Morty writer and producer Scott Marder recently teased the return of villain Rick Prime, who was last seen in the season six premiere.
“I can’t say when, but you’ll definitely see him again,” Marder said. “I think you’ll be excited to hear that we’re tracking all kinds of fun stuff like that. We’re on the back end of writing season eight right now, and these are all things that are in play.”
Rick and Morty airs on Adult Swim in the US, and on E4 and All 4 in the UK.