Rick and Morty Highlights the President's Role in Rick's Life

Season 7 of Rick and Morty shows how close Rick and the U.S. President's relationship is.

Rick and Morty Highlights the President's Role in Rick's Life

In the beginning of Season 7 of Rick and Morty, they're focusing on reminding us about Rick and his relationships with the people in his life. In the latest episode, they highlighted how important the U.S. President has become to Rick. The President is a character we see every season, and his episodes usually involve big fights between him and Rick, where they show off their gadgets. Basically, the President is like Rick's main enemy.

The President is the only person who has been able to give Rick a hard time in the series, and their relationship keeps changing as the seasons go on. In Rick and Morty Season 7, the President comes back in Episode 3, and you can see that they have a sort of secret friendship. They respect each other, but they don't want to admit it because they're both too proud.

Why Rick Values the President?

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In Season 7, Episode 3 of Rick and Morty, titled "Air Force Wong," things heat up when it's revealed that the President might have a crush on Rick's therapist, Dr. Wong. This really bugs Rick, but he still ends up doing favors for the President, even though he usually resists. It's obvious that the President trusts Rick more than his own government gadgets. As the episode goes on, we see that the President is feeling pretty insecure about himself, which makes things even more interesting.

Rick is struggling with Unity's return, and it's taking a toll on him. Meanwhile, the President is getting broken up with by Dr. Wong. As the episode unfolds, it becomes clear that there's a strong connection between Rick and the President. Toward the end of the episode, both Rick and the President find themselves alone. This prompts Rick to reach out to the President, and they share a beer. Their unspoken respect and friendship grow even stronger.

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