Rick and Morty he is back (for the next few Sundays at least, until the show is shocked the fourth rest period)! To celebrate, we count our favorite stars of all time to be dropped by the show, giving voice to various characters such as the Devil and the legendary musical alien named Fart.
This list is not intended to dispel any of the lesser-known but less important talent like Andy Daly (who hit the chipper intergalactic assassin Krombopolous Michael) or animation toilets like Tom Kenny and Tara Is Powerful (who both gave different names) – even though it's missing at least one big name that we would never hear on the show (hint: “Elon Tusk”). However, all that means is that it is not finish a list of everyone who's been watching the keyword. It's just ours favorite guest list so far, broh.
22-21) Sam Neill and Kathleen Turner
In “The Old Man and the Seat” (season 4, episode two), the action icons mark him as a powerful foreign couple after a dating app that threatens to rip the Earth community apart… until their relationship looks good instead.
19-20) Christina Hendricks and Patton Oswalt
In "Auto Erotic Assimilation" (season 2, episode 3), Rick, Morty, and the genre answer a call of despair and stumble upon one of Grandpa's old flames: a coalition nest, which has taken over a nearby planet. Hendricks offers a standard purgatory to the female voice of Unity, while Oswalt goes down as the voice of Beta 7, Borg's close-minded neighbor who is clearly jealous of Rick's oneness.
18-17) Matthew Broderick and Liam Cunningham
In “Claw and Hoarder: Special Ricktim & # 39; s Morty” (season 4, episode 4), it meets Matthew Broderick's gentle-talking cat and gets Jerry doing some weird things, like flying for the first time in Florida. Why is he able to speak? He doesn't like answering questions, but the reason is so scary Rick and Morty
16) Peter Serafinowicz
Rick politely transforms himself into a bishop from attending family therapy at “Pickle Rick” (season 3, episode 3). Not thinking too much about things, he manages to get into the storm's pull – though he is the most intelligent creature in the universe, he manages to bend the layers and layers to make himself more unified than your average choice. As it happens, however, his return to the face brings him to the toilet in a mysterious Russian (?) Type of high-secret castle, issued in the form of a James Bond guard oily presented with a fair amount of drama Reference self.
15) Paul Giamatti
Most recent Rick and Morty The episode, "We Never Release Ry Morty" (season 4, episode 6), features new guest stars, most notably Giamatti as "The Story of the King," a funny runner who forces Rick and Morty to break down the fifth wall – in part a meta-narrative – a meta-meta for the episode, which takes place inside a fast "news train" so that everything can finally get off the rails. Well, we see what you did there.
14) John Oliver
To Jurassic park-meets-It's a Happy Journey (and, in a way, in an episode of "Anatomy Park" (season 1, episode 3), Rick kidnaps Morty and sends him to an amusement park inside a mortal body where all the "shows" are infected and revolted. Oliver plays Dr. Xenon Bloom, Rick's partner in the project – is a type of paramecium with glasses, a mustache and verrrry Dr. John Hammond-a special walking stick. She resolutely sacrifices herself in the midst of chaos, even though she has never seen her usual ice cream routine.
12-13) Lance Reddick and Christian Slater
Rick and Morty berry to the Avengers with “Vindicators 3: The Return of Worldender” (season 3, episode 4), with a host of invited players, especially Lance Reddick like Alan Rails (so powerful that he can … summon ghost trains!) and Christian Slater like the very wise Vance Maximus (a kind of mysterious brush in Captain America). A perfect pair of broadcasts, even though Reddick's stardom while playing a guy who can't … call the ghost trains (and jealous of his ex and the birth of a new creature). All in!
11) David Cross
Zigerions, a race of self-satisfied aliens who love themselves the talented rappers, too obsessed with getting Rick's recipe for the black stuff wrapped up, so they send a series of experiments to try to get inside his head. As the title "M. Strangers Shamans!" (Season 1, episode 4) suggests, there is a whole-sided inclination to incorporate among other characters inside
10) Nathan Fillion
In a completely different episode from the one we just discussed, Fillion plays a Galactic Federation Agent who tries to take out the secrets of Rick's gun in his cell. As for "Rickshank Redanong" (season 3, episode 1), the investigation is still going on inside Rick's mind, which means he has more control over his surroundings, showing buttons in coffee cups, to order MulanIsoso -branded for McDonald & # 39; s, and by tricking the Federation into changing Rick's brain soon to regain its intelligence, which means Fillion gets a moment to play his character as Rick, too. Buuurp!
9) Lost Waititi
In "The Old Man and the Seat" (season 4, episode 2), Sinditi plays Glootie, Rick & # 39; s & # 39; s, tattooed "Don't Improve My Plan". As expected, Jerry decides to do just the opposite, and before long the duo's fast-paced and fast-paced, "Lovefinderrz" app, has marred the world into chaos. Waititi is exciting as always – it's great Korg vibes, of course – and he's a good choice to play a stranger.
8) Susan Sarandon
In “Pickle Rick,” by Dr. Wong, a physician specializing in treating people with their cravings for cows, but also with remarkable insight into the specific issues of Rick's personality, and how his influence has shaped the lives of Beth, Summer, and Morty.
7) Alfred Molina
A variable character with beautiful paintings “Mr. It's a must, "actually the devil, in the Stephen King riff's" Something Bad About This Coming "(season 1, episode 9). When summer takes over the job of Mr. Necessary's store full of upgraded tokens, he first stays loyal to his boss when he (unintentionally) becomes Rick's bad side, though, but the family gets a day when Mr. Necessity hits the last highway, closes Summer with their lucrative online delivery program (“I'm a devil, bikatch! What! ”) – together with Friends and Rick find a fitness map that strengthens their relationship and
6) Stephen Colbert
In "The Ricks Must Be Crazy" (Season 2, Episode 6), Rick and Morty embark on a troubleshooting task to explore why the miniverse meant to power Rick's space battery suddenly cut the juice. When they arrived, they found a founder such as Rick named Zeep Xanflorp (Colbert, who does everything you know) to create his own "teenyverse," resulting in a poor result meaning that Rick's car wouldn't start. Rick and Zeep are pretty much the same enemy, though they combine their massive brains too much in short when they are trapped in the creative struggle.
5) Keith David
The eternal star of John Carpenter Movies, Gargoyles, and many other fan-favorite projects to choose the best one to play Rick and MortyThe President of the United States-though he lost that coolness in the end. We first meet her in "Get Schwifty" (season 2, episode 5), where Rick and Morty's awkward musical footage helps save the Earth from being broken, but during "The Rickchurian Mortydate" (season 3, episode 10) rolls around, there's a lot of tension between them, too not because POTUS won't take a selfie with Morty (even though that doesn't help their relationship). Fun fact: David has also given the voice of a mute "Reverse Giraffe," which apparently sounds like "Total Rickall" (season 2, episode 4).
4) Jeffrey Wright
WestworldWright & # 39; s bringing world-weary rockets to Tony, the office beater who hits Rick's toilet in "The Old Man and the Seat." Breaking this is so annoying to Rick that he goes to all kinds of trouble to track Tony down, but he can't try to kill the boy – and after Tony dies in an accident that has nothing to do with Rick, who is not a strong character. the scientist sees with certainty how much he will miss to attack his attacker. In the end, even Rick has to admit that Tony wasn't such a bad guy. Don't beat yourself up friends, or.
3) Jemaine Clement
In "Mortynight Run" (season 2, episode 2) – an episode that brought us to argal Blac & Chitz, as well as "Jerryboree," tagalong daycare and / or Jerry's outing – Morty befriends "Fart," destined to die by Krombopolous Michael, and finally rescues him. Of course, that ends up being a scary idea, because the prisoner (like gaseous, glossy, telepathic, and gold-fueled) is on a mission to end all carbon-based lifestyles, including everyone on the planet. It doesn't end well on Fart, but Morty learns an important lesson – and we, the audience, get a fantastic, David Bowie-esque musical number when Fart (voiced by Conchords flight& # 39; Jemaine Clement) just pops into a song.