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- “ It would be pointless. Mortys have no chance of defeating a Rick."”
-Evil Morty to Morty Smith
|Main aliases:||Eye Patch Morty|
|Species:||Human, slightly cyborg|
|Age:||14, possibly 15|
|Job:||Rick killer [former], Morty kidnapper [former], Average kid|
|Place of origin:||the bitch who started world war ll|
|Place of origin:||Earth|
|Family:||Evil Rick (grandpa)|
|Relationships:||Evil Rick, possibly Rick (C-137)|
|First seen in:||Close Rick-Counters of the Rick Kind|
|Main voice actor:||Justin Roiland|
Evil Morty is one of the infinite versions of Morty. He has only appeared once so far in the series, in Close Rick-Counters of the Rick Kind, as the secondary antagonist and was last seen being rounded up with the other Rickless Mortys.
Unlike the other Mortys, he wears an eye patch. Through unknown means, he gained a deep hatred for the Ricks, killing off twenty-seven known Ricks while capturing and torturing hundreds of his own Mortys to hide himself. After his Rick is killed by a horde of rabid Mortys, he is "rescued" by the Council of Ricks. During Evil Rick's autopsy, a Rick officer notices that Evil Rick has a receiver in his head, allowing him to be remote controlled. As they speculate as to who has the transmitter, the next scene is of Evil Morty taking off his distinctive eye-patch, which is revealed to be the transmitter. Evil Morty smashes it under his foot, allowing himself to blend into the horde of Rick-less Mortys being taken away on massive star ships. It is also speculated that he is what would happen to a Morty when he "gets too big for his britches." A popular theory is that Evil Morty is Rick C-137's original Morty. Another theory is that he is the Morty left behind by Rick in the theme song who somehow survived the alien frog attack and swore revenge on Rick
- Unlike other Mortys, Evil Morty speaks in a more serious, monotone voice.