“Rick and Morty” took an interesting turn on Sunday when the dimension-hopping duo angered the President in the series’ season three finale.
The episode revolved around Rick going to war with the President, a character voiced by Keith David. It all started when Rick and Morty “blew off America” to go play Minecraft and things just got worse from there.
Fans might have had mixed reactions about the completely senseless episode, but at least they could try to piece things together on Twitter.
Basically, the President declared independence from Rick and Morty the way real-life fans wish they could be released from the show’s death grip on our hearts. But in the end, just like us, the character realized he needed Rick.
Only after a whole lot of nonsensical disasters and peace in the Middle East, though. And Beth still doesn’t know if she’s a clone or not.
“Today we celebrate our independence ... from #RICKANDMORTY.”— Bill Kuchman (@billkuchman) October 2, 2017
Are...are #RickandMorty just fucking with the president for the season finale? This is great— Uncle Spoops (@Sterlwinger) October 2, 2017
The president needs to swing his dick around lol #RickAndMorty— Jo-Rel Rollins (@PaOfKalEL) October 2, 2017
Oh. My. God. Rick really was solving the Israel/Palestine crisis crisis while blackout drunk! #RickandMorty— Donna The Dead (@MildlyAmused) October 2, 2017
Okay but... did Beth stay or not?— Kathryn Casteel (@kathryncasteel) October 2, 2017
"Why would Rick and Morty do that sir" "because they're assholes " #RickandMorty— Ashamed Louuuu (@iiLouisO) October 2, 2017
this whole episode of rick and morty is about being petty— tif (@TlFPHANY) October 2, 2017
I still have so many questions and people are like "it's just a cartoon" and I'm like get out of this board meeting @robruenes— Kathryn Casteel (@kathryncasteel) October 2, 2017
And the I twist at the end of the series is we all got played cuz rick is god and nothing really matters— Dr. Chim Richalds (@max_liebel) October 2, 2017
- This article originally appeared on HuffPost.