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First time doing this and just made an account to do this so yay first post! but uhh, about the "Error" section of this episode.. im 99.98% sure that when Rick said "if you die in someones dream, you die in real life." that the person having said dream wont die in their own dream if killed, hence the word "someones" being said instead of "a" as in "if you die in a dream, you die in real life.". everyone who was killed were actualy their dream versions of themselves. even though they were all technicly in another persons dream (the math teacher) they werent the real versions to begin with anyway, when you dream about someone they dont just get teleported into your dream, they are just imagined up in your dream, kinda like a clone. when you kill a clone the original dosent die. so in the end we have whats basicly clones inside a guys skull making their own clones of themselves and others and killing said clone layers, rick and morty arent in the dreams by the same process and can be killed because of that. 

summary; if the "error" in this episode truly was an error then ricks statment of "if you die in someones dream, you die in real life." would = "if you die in a dream, you die in real life.", which means ANY dream is an EXTREME hazard to human life if you randomly have a dream where you die because you basicly just commited unintentional suicide... 
tldr; theres no error in what rick said, they didnt die in "someones" dream they died in their own dream.
Goretantath (talk) 05:45, May 17, 2017 (UTC)