FIND OUT WHAT HAPPENED AT THE END OF RICK & MORTY, SEASON SIX, EPISODE 4! SPOILERS!
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In a fun, stand-alone Rick and Morty adventure, it’s a classic case of getting what you wish for.
A device that enables your body to carry out useful tasks while your consciousness sleeps seems like a dream come true, but the Smith/Sanchez family manages to turn Rick’s Sleepwalker into a waking (and sleeping) nightmare, much like the Meeseeks in the Season 1 classic “Meeseeks and Destroy.” Read this to learn all there is to know about episode 5.
Jerry snores the first thing in the night, which wakes up Beth and makes her decide to go for a walk first thing in the morning.
But his attempt to fall asleep on the couch is quickly interrupted. Read this to learn how many episodes Season 6 will have.
Rick reveals to Beth over breakfast that her “person of the night,” who is assisting her in living her best life through her new sleepwalker, has scared her.
Rick has trained his subconscious to constantly crunch until he obtains the washboard stomach he desires, so it only makes sense that the rest of the family decides they want a piece of the Person of the Night action of their own. Here is a breakdown of how Season 6 Episode 4 of Rick & Morty ended.
EXPLAINED THE ENDING OF RICK & MORTY SEASON 6 EPISODE 4!
Rick and Morty Season 6 Episode 4 ends with Summer catching up with the Smiths and attempting to use a sedative to subdue Rick.
Jerry intervenes, though, and proposes a consensual resolution to the dispute between the two opposing factions. To put an end to their argument, Jerry asks Rick to consent to wash the dishes.
We don’t see Rick’s thought process as he considers the proposal. After Rick & Morty Season 6 Episode 4, we see Rick under the influence of drugs and in his Nocturnal form, traveling home with the rest of the Nocturnal Family.
It follows that Rick declined to comply with the family of the night’s request.
This scene also emphasizes Jerry’s role as the voice of reason and Rick’s pettiness, two recurring themes in the show. The Smiths’ daily life is eventually taken over by the Night Family after they prevail.
The post-credits scene from Rick & Morty Season 6 Episode 4 depicts the nocturnal family having fun and using the Smith family’s money.
The post-credits scene from Rick & Morty Season 6 Episode 4 reveals that the nocturnal family struggles to keep up with life’s demands. They are ruined, and they have no idea how to turn things around.
Rick suggests suicide as a remedy for a result. The Day Family, or the real Smith Family, resumes their lives after the Night Family eventually uses the Sleepwalker to destroy themselves.