Wow, four months later and we finally got to see what Rick, Morty, and Summer have been up to. “Rickmancing the Stone” picks up shortly after “The Rickshank Rickdemption” with Rick, Morty, and Summer returning immediately from one adventure to go on another. This episode is a clear spoof of the Mad Max franchise and Romancing the Stone, with the gang journeying to a dimension populated by murderous, cannibalistic, biker gangs. Spoofs are not new to the series, as they have spoofed movies before, including: Jurassic Park, A Nightmare on Elm Street, and Inception. The show itself is a lose spoof of Back to the Future. The “Mad Max” world however was drawn with greater imagination than the others as each of the background characters look different and unique. I enjoyed the straightforward storyline of this episode and how it dealt with how each member of the Smith family tries to move forward. This allows us to relate more to the characters before the season goes off on a tangent, as they usually do. While in this “Mad Max” dimension we get to see how the divorce of Beth and Jerry affects the rest of the family. While Morty is very upset and angry about the divorce, Summer is unfeeling, repressing any emotion about the matter. Rick is clearly happy to have Jerry gone, but Beth isn’t sure she made the right decision. Unfortunately, Jerry got the short end of the stick this episode, as we did not see much of him, but when we did I couldn’t help but laugh at his misery. The episode did not veer off to far from the usual craziness of the show, but was clearly milder than others. In a sense, it was a satire of how families deal with divorce in today’s society and will probably be the underlying story for most of this season. The main focus of the episode was Summer as she is officially a part of the “Rick and Morty” group now. I have a feeling this trend of her inclusion on adventures will continue throughout the rest of the season as well. I did notice at one point in this episode that Rick still cares for Morty more than Summer, as he is willing to leave Summer behind in one instance, reminding Morty that he has infinite Summers to chose from. Given that the name of the show hasn’t changed to “Rick, Morty, and Summer”, this makes perfect sense for the series to remind us of that fact. I only wish we got to see more of Beth, Jerry, and the robots Rick left behind to impersonate him and the kids. Hopefully we get to see them again before the season ends. I give “Rickmancing the Stone” an Average 3.8/5. Also wait to watch the stinger after the credits. In my opinion it is one of the funniest scenes in the entire episode.