• Rick and Morty may have reunited with the wrong Jerry in the "Mortynight Run" episode
  • Chris Parnell shares his thoughts about the "ticket theory"
  • "Rick and Morty" Season 5 has been written and partly “storyboarded”

“Rick and Morty” Season 4 might give its audience another huge surprise.

“Rick and Morty” Season 4 is about to end as its last episode is due next Sunday (May 31). However, there is a certain theory that might change the viewers’ expectations for the upcoming finale episode.

Fans have this so-called “ticket theory” that dates back in season 2’s “Mortynight Run” episode. The Adult Swim animated series uses multiple dimensions, so this theory is plausible.

In the episode, Rick dropped off Jerry at the Jerry Daycare Centre. Rick received a collection ticket for when he’s about to fetch Jerry. The number was 5126.

At the end of the episode, the Rick and Morty pair that was featured on the show failed to present their ticket. Another Rick then arrived and asked if the other Jerry is 5126 and they swapped Jerrys.

Hence, the real Rick and Morty could have reunited with the wrong Jerry. Voice actor Chris Parnell, who voices Jerry Smith, shared his thoughts about the theory. According to him, the theory is “entirely possible.”

“I'm never completely clear, personally, on which particular family we're with,” he told Digital Spy of the multi-verses featured on the show.

“I'm not sure it's the same family we started with. I mean, I don't know if these are clones of clones, or... I really can't keep up with all of that. And whether or not it's the right Jerry? Who knows? Maybe one day we'll find out.”

Although “Rick and Morty” Season 4 is ending, fans can expect it to return for another season. However, what remains unclear is how long the waiting game is going to be. Usually, it takes a year or two for a season to premiere.

According to Parnell in a separate interview, Season 5 has been written and partly “storyboarded.” However, none of the actors have started recording their lines yet.

“We have not started recording Season 5, but I know they have, certainly, episodes written and have it boarded to a certain extent. But I don't know when we'll start recording,” Parnell said.

The good thing is that the COVID-19 would not be affecting the production because the actors can record their lines in the comfort of their homes.

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