‘Rick and Morty’ Season 6, Episode 3: The Wine Cupboard Ending Defined

Rick and Morty is all for pushing the envelope and the most recent episode of season 6 — Bethic Twinstinct — safely met the transient. Area Beth and Beth spend some high quality time collectively, going all in on the concept of self-exploration. The remainder of the household? They’re preoccupied with the concept of avoidance.

All of it performs out in really sudden methods, earlier than Rick proves as soon as once more that he is at all times a step forward of everyone else. Let’s focus on that ultimate second involving a sure wine decanter within the spoiler-packed part under.

Warning: Spoilers forward.

What does Rick do with the Venusian wine?

After Area Beth, Beth and Jerry resolve their points in a surprisingly loving means, Area Beth hops in her spaceship and zooms off. Jerry says, “Nicely, looks as if all of us discovered a little bit lesson this weekend. At the very least I do know I did.”

Rick’s response? “Me too, Jerry. Me too.”

We then minimize to Rick retrieving the flowery pink Venusian (from Venus) wine decanter from the kitchen sink. He unpockets a distant and clicks it to disclose a secret alien cupboard hidden contained in the window. It is crammed with numerous objects, together with what appears to be like like a big phial holding a miniature Morty. Rick locations the decanter inside and closes the cupboard, earlier than chucking the distant within the sink’s rubbish disposal unit and grinding it up.

Why did Rick destroy the distant to the hidden cupboard?

Area Beth and Beth shared the Venusian wine earlier than they fell in love. Venus is a Roman goddess who was “recognized by the Romans with the Greek goddess of affection, Aphrodite,” in response to Encyclopedia Britannica. Probably the Venusian wine is a love potion. Rick destroying the distant and thus eradicating entry to the wine implies Rick believed it was the wine which amplified Area Beth and Beth’s affection for one another, resulting in them falling in love.

When Rick says he additionally discovered a lesson, he seems to be referring to the lesson of not permitting the Venusian wine to get into anybody’s fingers once more — particularly on Thanksgiving.

Different theories

Time to take a position about who initially owned the wine and why it was on supply on the Smith’s Thanksgiving.

At the start of the episode, Morty units up a GamePod XL gaming console on the household TV. The “most practical online game console ever” was a present from Area Beth. Probably Area Beth additionally introduced the Venusian wine as a present. She actually appears to know at the least a little bit about it.

Like Beth, Area Beth says she will get “insecure making an attempt to pronounce this crap too,” referring to the pronunciation of “Venusian.” She already has an answer: a tool inserted via the neck that permits the person to talk French, aka Venusian (in response to Area Beth). In a nutshell, it seems Area Beth is conversant in Venus and probably the wine.

This suggests she’s conscious of the consequences of the wine. Area Beth, Beth, Jerry and Rick all drink pink wine initially of the episode. Jerry offers an sudden speech warning he’ll commit suicide if Beth ever cheated on him. One darkish studying of this: Area Beth tried to kill Jerry by seducing Beth utilizing the wine, thus driving Jerry to suicide.

On the flip aspect, the wine may additionally have been supposed as a way to convey the household nearer collectively for Thanksgiving. Possibly Rick provided it not figuring out how highly effective a love drug it will be. He appears to just accept Beth and Area Beth’s relationship, however warns Beth to not spin too many secrets and techniques round it.

The lesson Rick may need discovered: The wine is much too harmful a love drug and may trigger an uncommon relationship between his son-in-law, his daughter and his area daughter.

He may additionally have discovered to destroy entry to the Venusian wine so Area Beth cannot come up with it.

Thoughts fried sufficient?

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