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Top 3 Things You Missed in Season 4 Episode 4 of Rick and Morty

VOICE OVER: Rebecca Brayton WRITTEN BY: Andrew Labelle
Another Sunday, another great episode of Rick and Morty! Today we're looking at the small details you missed in Rick and Morty Season 4 Episode 4: "Claw and Hoarder: Special Ricktim's Morty".
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So this episode got gross and weird real quick, more than you may have even realized. Welcome to WatchMojo and today we're looking at three awesome little details you may have missed in Rick and Morty season 4 episode 4, Claw and Hoarder: Special Ricktim's Morty.

#3: What The Wizard Was Doing

No matter where this episode went, it kept circling back to sexuality and perversion. We're not sure if thats a dragon thing or the wizard's fault or what. When Rick, Morty and Summer show up to rescue the dragon Falkor, sorry, Balthremar, they make too much noise and alert the Wizard, who leaves his tower in a huff to deal with the situation. Look closely and you'll see the Wizard is doing the robe equivalent of pulling his pants up. A moment later we see that the Wizard was watching porn, and presumably doing everything that goes with it. Lucky for us though it's 'safe' human porn and not something much worse.

#2: Morty's Spell Incantation


We can't really explain this one, but we thought I would be fun to share and see what you guys think. During the episode morty uses a spell book to tame a rock golem. For the spell, Morty recites the words "egana ex saka sapulu." We thought this must be Latin, but according to Google Translate, it's actually Sudanese and translates to "anthem of ex-paperback." We can't break down the meaning for this, also it might not be anything and just a coincidence, but the 'paperback' part and the fact that Morty is reading from a book makes us think it might be something. If you guys know please tell us in the comments.

#1: "This Man With a Ponytail"

After Summer makes a brief motivational speech to the Slut Dragons, one of them referes to her as "This Man With a Ponytail." This line isn't an attack on Summer or her style, especially since she's dresses in a stereotypical 'sexy' female fantasy outfit. It's actually pointing out something a lot of people don't realize about her and Jerry, and that's the fact that they both have the exact same face and the only difference between the two is Summer's hair. Seriously, Summer and Jerry look exactly the same, and now that you've seen it you will never unsee it.
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