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[S2E1] Time Will Tell

In Switzerland, Claudia calls her brother, Joshua, and explains that MacPherson was Joshua's professor in college. She says that MacPherson is a bad guy and hints that she may be as well. She tells him she will be coming in anytime soon. As the call cuts out, Dr. LeFevre comes in and tells Joshua he's raised his clearance level and needs help removing something from the lab. "LeFevre" steps out and sees the real Dr. LeFevre, and MacPherson removes the thimble he used to disguise himself and then goes into the lab.

[S2E1] Time Will Tell

The first season was a fresh and unique take on a tired genre, which neatly tied up all loose ends in a perfectly executed finale, begging the question, does it really need a second season? Only time will tell if this return to the whimsical world of Nadia and her neurotic New York was at all necessary. The premiere continues in the same stylistic vein as its predecessor, yet with a new gimmick to play with. This results in an equally entertaining series that allows room to explore the cast in greater depth.

The case was not as high stakes as I expected given that this is the first episode of the season but it still delivered the action. Smitty is different from Jaeger and that is a good thing, I think she changes the dynamics of the show for the better. However, only time will tell how well she will fit in.

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Again, the Raven Society proves their mercilessness at the end when they use a new chemical on a prisoner. Time will tell how severe this weapon is but Lucius Fox will definitely help.2021 will have to provide the answers to these questions thanks to Covid, and I personally cannot wait to get some answers.Watch Now:Powered byJustWatch

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The release date of Season 2 episode 1 of That Time I Got Reincarnated as a Slime is currently January 12, 2021, in the U.S. and in the U.K. While it is expected that the new episode releases on that date, one can never write off further delays in the current climate. Time will tell if January 12 is correct.

Of course, the premiere time and air date could change. Crunchyroll and Funimation are yet to confirm the exact timings of the second season of the anime. It has been confirmed, though, that both Crunchyroll and Funimation will be streaming the anime from January 12, 2021.

As for her captivity, her family and the police are understandably hesitant to probe into her time as a prisoner, although she did tell them that she was raped. "He told me he'd always be my first," she says, before saying that she saw the other abducted girl Sophie. The doctors believe she gave birth or was pregnant at some point, although when her mother asks Alice about this, she clams up.

  • As You Know: Morty tells Summer that he knows how to vacuum his parents because he's been doing it for six months.

  • Beat Them at Their Own Game: A minor example but it's one of the few instances where someone knows more than Rick and not only talks down to him but also has a solution to the problem that he made. After fracturing time twice, a fourth-dimensional being shows up to fix things. Not only does he have a way to fix the time breaks that is simple and straightforward, he even calls Rick a dumb-ass for the obvious paradox of Rick's attempted solution. If the alien wasn't part of the Time Police and hadn't tried to bring Rick, Summer, and Morty in, the episode would have ended after about 5 minutes.Fourth-Dimensional Being: Hey! Damn it! Where you trying to use this to...Aww see, you broke time and you thought you could stick it back together with this? How you think you gonna move time while ya standin' in it, ya dumb-ass three-dimensional monkey-ass dummies.

  • Blast Out: When the two timelines are no longer in sync, both Ricks come to the assumption that the other is no longer trying to recombine the timelines and is now trying to kill off everyone in the alternate timeline to fix the situation. This causes both of them to affix the time crystal to a gun and a cross-temporal gunfight ensues.

  • Brick Joke: The episode opens showing Mr. Benson about to fall off his house's roof. Later, just after restarting time, Morty asks if anyone remembered to put a mattress under him. They didn't. The end of the episode does reveal that he survived though.

  • Description Cut: Rick makes the (fairly understandable) assumption that Beth and Jerry are in the middle of a "pointless grounded story about their shitty marriage." Cut to Jerry and Beth in their car enjoying their ice cream and getting along well.

  • Deus ex Machina: The missing collar that suddenly comes floating towards Rick. Looks pretty much like divine intervention.

  • Do Unto Others Before They Do Unto Us: Both Ricks are very quick to assume the other is out to kill them when their plan to merge fails.

  • Face Death with Dignity: Rick, but only if there's no chance of getting out of it.Rick: I'm okay with this. Be good, Morty. Be better than me. [sees the remaining collar in the void] Shit, the other collar! I'm not okay with this! I am not okay with this!

  • Fantastic Firearms: The time cop Shleemypants wields a gun that looks more like a slug, but can revert a target into a fetus with a single shot. When Rick destroys it, Shleemypants proclaims "You killed my gun!", implying it was a living creature.

  • Heroic Sacrifice: Tumbling through the quantum void, Rick gives Morty his waveform collar. He's saved, though, when he gets the remaining collar.

  • Historical In-Joke: Angry over the beatdown, the testicle monster and his buddy search the timeline for Rick, but they find Albert Einstein thinking it's him. They clobber him, warning him not to mess with time. When they're gone, Einstein vows to he will mess with time and creates the important equation of E = mc2.

  • A second variation that involves the future rather than the past (these are fourth-dimensional beings so past, present, and future are all happening at the same time from their perspective) when one of the alien time cops call for backup from another.

  • Time Cop: No... No mother f...Earth dude. Yeah, with the dinosaurs. Yeah... No, if you get to the dolphin people, you've gone too far. Hypocritical Humor: Every Rick berates the others for resorting to violence, even though they are doing more or less the same thing.Rick: (pew pew) "Is this what you want?!" (pew pew)

  • Immediate Self-Contradiction: Rick assures Morty he knows how to be decisive enough to fix the time syncing collars before it's too late. Then he makes an indecisive request for a screwdriver to work with, immediately splitting their timelines further.

  • Improperly Paranoid: When their first attempt to merge the timelines fail, the two Ricks immediately comes to the conclusion that it must be due to the other Rick having decided on Cutting the Knot and is plotting to merge the timelines by killing them instead. Their mutual attempts at derailing what they think is an incoming murder attempt from each other only makes things worse.

  • Ironic Echo: Summer's "dropping the balls" insult to Morty gets turned back on her.

  • Look Behind You: Rick pulls this trick on the four-dimensional alien with a mix of Insane Troll Logic.Time Cop: I got ambitions, man. Bringing you guys in is my ticket up. Rick: What if I told you there's a huge ticket up right behind you? Time Cop: You really think I'm that stupid? Rick: Okay, now hear me out on this. You're immortal, right? Which means your life is infinite. Well then that means there's a 100% chance that you will eventually do everything, including turning around to look behind you. Time Cop: I cannot argue with that. (turns around) (Rick proceeds to attack Time Cop)

  • Noodle Incident: Rick says he loses a bet if he dies in a cage.

  • Oh, Crap!: After resuming time, somehow Jerry ended up with his shirt backwards; the only fishy clue Beth could have used to punish Rick and the kids. However, Jerry stupidly retorts he likes wearing it like that sometimes.

  • O.O.C. Is Serious Business: As things fall apart, one of the Ricks prays to God for mercy in the afterlife.

  • Play-Along Prisoner: Rick breaks out of his cage with ease.

  • Prayer Is a Last Resort: When death seems imminent, Rick starts praying to God in at least two timelines. He quickly renounces once he is in the clear.

  • Prison Rape: "You know what they do to third-dimensional life forms in time prison? Same thing they do in every other prison, only forever!"

  • Product Placement: Spoofed; Beth and Jerry visit Coldstone Creamery and at the end, Jerry resolves their subplot by asking them to help him allow Beth to save a Deer's life.

  • "The Reason You Suck" Speech: Rick can prove mathematically that Morty and Summer are idiots and goes on to provide said proof in a lecture.

  • Self-Restraint: Rick lets himself out of the cage his grandkids locked him inside.

  • Sequel Episode: Takes place six months after "Ricksy Business".

  • Serious Business: Beth is intent on saving that deer."I WILL REACH INTO HEAVEN AND YANK YOUR SCREAMING DEER SOUL BACK!"

  • The Stinger: The Time Cop and his buddy, when searching through time for Rick, mistake Albert Einstein for him and beat him up, warning him not to mess with time. Einstein defiantly states after they leave that he will mess with time, leading him to come up with E = mc2.

  • Time Skip: A very creative version as the episode opens six months after "Ricksy Business." That is six months after Rick, Morty, and Summer froze time to repair the house after trashing it.

  • The Un-Favourite: Subverted. Both Morty and Summer think they're the unfavourite one to Rick and them arguing about it causes the timeline to split into two, but Rick sets the record straight and tells them they're an equal amount of pain in his ass. Both Ricks: So in conclusion, you're both equally mercurial, overly sensitive, clingy, hysterical, bird-brained homunculi. And I honestly can't tell the two of you apart half the time because I don't go by height or age, I go by amount of pain in my ass, which makes you both equal.

  • Voicemail Confusion: Rick's own voicemail recording invokes this trope by pretending to be him answering.

"I'm okay with this. Be good, Morty. Be better than me." 041b061a72


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