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Rick does not still reside in prison
Rick escaped the prison in the rickshank redemption, so this is not true
Add data regarding Rick's "death"
Could someone add information about how Rick is technically dead? As in, his body has been destroyed however his mind still exists within Quantum Rick. Also, this page is outdated because Rick no longer resides within the prison; he has destroyed it.
I don't know where the information came from that Rick is "60 years old". I came to this site to see for myself how old Rick was, especially after I found (through the Rick and Morty official Rickstaverse, which I believe is canon) out that Rick is 80 years old. I attached a screenshot for proof. Please review evidence that he is 60, because this Instagram description clearly states that he's 80.
I think the page on Rick is currently outdated because as of season 3 he is now out of the federation prison and back to living in the Smith family house. Plus his status should be updated to Original body-deceased, mind-alive. Wikiti98 (talk) 00:55, June 28, 2017 (UTC)
The flesh curtains
Just a small detail but it states (In the episode Get Schwifty, it was revealed that when Rick was somewhere in his college years or in his 20's, he, Birdperson, and Squanchy were in a rock band called "The Flesh Curtains".) I think it was later in ricks life, more into his 30s and ill explain why.
In the Big Trouble In Little Sanchez episode we see Rick's Operation Phoenix to be a collection of clones at younger points in his life. Approximating each body at 8 years older than the last that would put the final body at roughly 32 years of age. This final body has the same haircut we see on rick in the pictures on bird persons wall where we see the flesh curtains band.
One part of Rick's beliefs
I don't think that by saying "if you need something, you get it", Rick supported communism or socialism. I think he just meant healthy market trade, which has nothing to do with left-wing "economy".
With regards to personality, season three episode one suggests that Rick's sociopathic disregard of life stems from his understanding that there are unlimited realities. Since there are always more alternate worlds and versions of people, Rick has gotten used to doing whatever he wants and walking away to a new reality if he gets tired of the consequences. This observation does stem from what was said in the fake memory of his back story but it makes a lot of sense.
Also, perhaps mention how machiavellian Rick can be a manipulator. Again, this is most evident in season three episode one with how he exiles Jerry from the family.
This article needs a lot of work for being the main character
This article is full of spelling errors, and grammar issues that are really jarring when trying to read it.
For some reason the biography is missing entire chunks that came from episodes that aren't very recent, but also has details of episodes that are almost unnecessary. The biggest thing that got me was this dumb "Crimes" list that includes corpse mutation, BUT IT'S RATS AND BUGS, I'm pretty sure killing roaches and rats isn't illegal anywhere.
Rick's Canon age
Toxic Rick claims he's been "bottled up for 70 years", giving an age to Rick.
Actually it needs to be 80, from the Instagram of warp_to_councilofricks which was part of a pre-season 2 promotion that we know is legit because it promised clips from the not-yet-released season 2. https://www.instagram.com/warp_to_councilofricks/ The comment itseld says "Dont get me wrong, I look DAMN good for 80, but no one can see their bald spot this many times at once and not feel a little weird." This is in the absolute bottom right "quadrant." Gentlemaam (talk) 03:55, September 8, 2017 (UTC)
There's Two Different Answers On The Forum Regarding Rick's Age
I'm not sure who, but someone put he's 'seventy' in one section of the page and 'sixty' in another. And if I remember correctly, Rick stated something about being 'sixty'. I'm actually not sure who brought up that he was even 'eighty' or 'seventy' in the first place because that's incorrect for severly reasons, especially the fourteen year gap in which Rick 'left'.
Well, Rick is at least seventy. In season 3 episode 6, "Rest and Ricklaxation" Toxic Rick as he is just freed from the toxic tanker, says "After seventy years of being bottled up inside a [belches] sentimental jackass, I finally get to live my own life!" (13:10 in the episode) This contradicts your point, You also fail to give proper evidence on him saying he was sixty, as well as why this is incorrect based upon how it would mess with the fourteen year gap. Why does it mess with it? The point that Rick is eighty was brought up due to one of the promotions that Adult Swim and Rick and Morty's team threw on Instagram during the S2-S3 hiatus. This included several clips from the upcoming S3, and some of the small picture "quadrants," as there were large scenes made from smaller pictures that could be examined to look for the special content. In these quadrants, there were official messages "from" Rick. One of these messages in the Council of Ricks scene says: "Dont get me wrong, I look DAMN good for 80, but no one can see their bald spot this many times at once and not feel a little weird." It is the very last section, on the very right and very bottom slot. Now, this could have been a mistake on part of the team, but the dialogue in the actual episode is pretty hard to chalk it up to "someone in the media team screwed up" as Roiland would know how old Rick is and fix the problem with the script. Also if you actually looked at the reasoning in the point above, you would know that.
"It has been mentioned multiple times that Rick has been absent from the family for at least fourteen years and it wasn't until one year before the events of "Something Ricked This Way Comes" when Rick finally returned to the Smith house on January 15th."
No, that should be "Close Rick-counters of the Rick Kind".
'Murdering Innocent People'
I don't think any of the examples given are valid regarding the assertion that Rick has taken multiple innocent lives.
King Jellybean - serial rapist.
His Clones - Devoid of his consciousness, I don't think the bodies he destroys with an axe could be counted as 'lives', nor the act as 'murder'. Mention of it here is probably bringing up a philosophical debate that could just be avoided.
Members of the Galactic Federation in The Wedding Squanchers - The combat that ensues after the Galactic Militia conduct a sting operation on behalf of what is depicted as an evil, oppressive regime, does not seem like murder of innocent lives on Rick's part.
Government officials of The Purge Planet - Isn't the whole gruesome point that it's morally justifiable to kill the people that decreed The Festival as means to subjugate the lower classes?
I'm not saying Rick hasn't taken innocent lives. I'm also not saying that I can think of any.