After news emerged that Rick and Morty may not be returning for a fourth season, take a deep dive into the psyche of the show's Rick Sanchez, the series' anti-hero protagonist.

While audiences have grown accustomed to Rick's boozy antics and maltreatment of Morty, his grandson, this video from ScreenPrism notes how the show hasn't really fleshed out the mad scientist's backstory. Asking what exactly makes the man, the breakdown explores numerous psychological theories, coming up with the diagnosis that poor old Rick is basically a Camus-esque existentialist suffering from Truman Syndrome. (*Insert sad and sarcastic "Wubba Lubba Dub Dub" noise here*)

Watch above, and then learn how to make Szechuan Sauce from Rick and Morty below.

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