Featuring Rick and Morty in a heist extravaganza which features the show's trademark references to all-thing pop culture, the video sees the pair dressed up in black suits, skinny ties and dark shades, taking on the aliens and commiting many crimes.
But as the pulsating beat continues to bump, Rick and Morty's adventure continues.
Rick and Morty co-creator Dan Harmon revealed on Twitter on Friday that Adult Swim has yet to renew the series for a fourth season, contrary to what a majority of fans had assumed. Strange, but you know what they say: "That's the waaaay the news goes".
The last update on Rick and Morty Season 4, from producer, writer and voice actor Ryan Ridley, was similarly anticlimactic.
"They really take their time", Ridley said.
To help take the edge off between fixes, Adult Swim has gotten into the habit of releasing shorts and other "mini-sodes" during the series' frequent hiatuses. I just don't get it.
Previous seasons had an approximate eight-month turnaround for animation, and that's after the writing has been largely completed.
Adult Swim is yet to confirm a fourth season of the show, telling Variety earlier this year that there is "no timing to share on premiere or status of production" at this time.
This is nothing new for Adult Swim.
Still, there's no reason to think Rick and Morty won't return.
Harmon wrote in response to the harsh tweet, "I hear ya, tough spot".
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Russian Federation was slow to respond to May's decision, spending Thursday and Friday promising a swift and strong response. The Kremlin, however, has repeatedly denied any involvement and has accused Britain of peddling anti-Russian propaganda.
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Echoing Mr Johnson's remarks, Mr Czaputowicz said: "We are sure that it is the Russian state which is involved in this attempt". Russia , which denies any involvement in the incident, condemned May's decision as unacceptable and vowed a swift response.
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British Prime Minister Theresa May on Monday stated that it was " highly likely " Russian Federation was to blame for the attack. Britain's foreign secretary accused Russian President Vladimir Putin of personally ordering the poisoning of the Skripals.