Season three of Rick and Morty is as funny and clever as the previous two seasons. It has a strong focus on family relationships and explores how Rick really feels toward his family. It takes a different story path than the previous seasons, as there are less silly adventures and more serious, emotion-building scenes. You would think this has a dampening effect of the quality of comedic value, but the creators of this show know just how to balance the important, with the funny and ridiculous. While exploring important emotions between all characters, the show manages to make you laugh and reminds you that we’re still watching Rick and Morty. I missed the adventures about dimension traversing and species exploration, but overall, I felt the season really delved deeply into the lives of the main characters, which is what I felt lacked in the previous seasons. Here’s to hoping season four is a carefully balanced, funny season, with both emotional exploration and silly adventures. This season gets a good 7.5 out of 10 from me.