As news broke over the weekend that Rick and Morty hasn't been renewed for a fourth season, it looks like we'll be waiting even longer than expected for the show to be back on the air — if it returns at all.

To make the wait more bearable, look back at the show's three seasons with this video, exploring how Rick Sanchez's character has developed over the course of the series.

Any Rick and Morty fan knows that much of the cartoon's hilarity revolves around what an awful grandfather Rick is, but this video argues that throughout the show, Rick has actually become a more empathetic person who cares deeply for his family.

Basically, much of Ricks "I don't care" attitude is actually a facade. The video details instances in which Rick hides his real emotions through avoidance, comedy or outright disdain, masterfully concealing how he really feels from his family.

Watch the character breakdown above and let us know what you think of Rick's changes in the comments below.

In other news, a song from Rick and Morty is now on the Billboard Chart.

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