However, by the finale she decides to reconnect with Jerry and they are living together with their children and her father. Sometimes they don't even admit it to themselves but they say, “My dad's so fucking cool, he got the fuck out of here. Rick and Morty Wiki is a FANDOM TV Community. It is likely that Beth chose the latter option based on the scenes that followed. Biographical Information Urging her father he may lose her, Summer acknowledges that Beth is a "beautiful woman". Jerry insinuates that Beth was raised "like a reptile" by Rick, suggesting that his method of parenting was very unorthodox. She currently acts as the mother and the daughter of the Morty Smith and Rick Sanchez from Dimension C-137, respectively. Note: This is a list of all the appearances of the current Beth Smith from the Replacement dimension. And round and round we go. Morty is a young hormonal 14-year-old boy who is in high school and he has brown hair and wears a … Beth managed to take one of her friends, Tommy, to Froopyland, where, according to Tommy, she pushed the child into a honey swamp, in an act of jealously with Tommy and his good relationship with his father. Since their divorce, she has focused on raising her two children. Summer tears up and insists the police take her to school instead of her mother. The details of Beth's history are relatively unknown, she was born from Rick Sanchez and Mrs. Sanchez/Diane Sanchez, she has recounted herself as a \"bright-eyed\" woman from Muskegon, Michigan in \"Meeseeks and Destroy\". She is voiced by Sarah Chalke. Her full name might be Lizbeth, doing her name as "Lizbeth Sanchez" or "Lizbeth Smith". This may also be due to the fact the in Rixty Minutes, Summer learned she was an unplanned pregnancy after finding very few alternate versions of herself, while it has been stated many times that there are multiple Mortys in other timelines, and Beth wanted to spare her only daughter. Another thing to note is that she still acknowledges Rick as her father, and didn't try to kill him upon returning to the family - and instead teases him, throwing punches and using blank threats. The Destroyer (Tommy) Their disagreement over Rick's living situation with them is an extremely frequent source of tension. Jerry doesn't always seem to respect her occupation as horse surgeon and occasionally has Freudian slips about it, which greatly offends her, and she is often frustrated by Jerry's insecurities and immature actions. We've already met one Evil Morty, we've now seen what "our" Morty might look like with his cowardice and indecision removed (short version: he becomes Jordan Belfort) and Summer has actively tried to become detached and dark, but "Evil Beth" - armed to the teeth with the weapons Rick had made at her request as a girl - is really the first time we've seen any of them be good at it and not ultimately reject it as a … In The Whirly Dirly Conspiracy, Morty lashes out on Beth for her distance towards him and Summer. This Beth Kid Armor Funko POP! Space Beth also meets Summer and Morty who are amazed to have two versions of their mother. At the same time in the episode, Rick's self-sacrifice proved that he actually does care about her. She is a functioning alcoholic, and married to Jerry. But in true Rick and Morty fashion, things took a twist as Space Beth teamed up with Earth Beth to help Rick, with unexpected assistance from the normally useless … However, in The Rickshank Rickdemption, that same Beth, along with her husband and daughter, were going to kill the Summer of the replacement dimension, and keep Morty, meaning they missed him during their time apart. She realizes that she doesn't want to be like him anymore, and that she wants to be herself. The blue streak in her hair might be a reference to Evil Britta from Dan Harmon's other series. Additionally, she wears a gray, gauntlet-like device on her right forearm that appears to have several functions. After telling the doctor that he no longer wishes to see the Smiths at this point in time, the doctor tells Beth that's he's sorry that "They never had any bad memories of him.". At the end, while Space Beth still resents Rick she still acknowledges him as her father and appears to have given up on killing him to settle for belittling him and pretending to punch at him. Beth met Jerry in high school and had unprotected sex on prom night, resulting in the pregnancy that produced their first and only daughter, Summer. This could mean that Beth does indeed love her son Morty. However, it is apparent Beth still loves her son due to her behavior in The Rickchurian Mortydate, where she was happy to be a family again. AKA Space Beth seems to be ambitious, as she goes on adventures in outer space, much like Rick himself. However, the two versions of Beth and wider Smith family are content with the mystery, as they now respect one another and are unwilling to give Rick any sense of satisfaction. He would clone her, and let her leave to do what she wants, or she could stay, and continue to care for the family. When meeting Dr. Wong in "Pickle Rick" however, she largely bragged about her father as a scientist, and believed that the reason he turned himself into a pickle had nothing to do with the fact that he wanted to avoid family therapy (which ended up being debunked, as he did turn himself into a pickle to evade it). In Something Ricked This Way Comes, Beth communicates with Morty through text, reminding him of Jerry's intellectual insecurities, so that he will accept Jerry's offer to help him with his science project. At the end, they are living together again with both being happier and Beth defended Jerry from Rick's insults. "Space Beth" is a character on Rick and Morty. And so we have this beautiful suspension that could provide us with hundreds of episodes. While incarcerated, they talk about their contrasting lives and they reach common ground. Beth at the wedding of Birdperson and Tammy, Beth screams while being attacked by a homeless man. "There's pretty groovy things coming regarding Beth… Space Beth was not a one-off character. Although Beth can sometimes be derisive of what she sees as weakness, dependence or emotional vulnerability, she can still be compassionate and caring at times, more so than her father. You know the guy that knocked her up wouldn't have been her first choice. In Morty's Mind Blowers, it was revealed that Beth prefers her daughter Summer over her son Morty. Rick finally tells her that he genuinely loves her, although in his own way. He blames this on her relationship with Rick, telling her that she doesn't need to prove herself to be worthy of Rick's love by acting essentially just like him, as it is making her appear just as narcissistic and irresponsible. WARNING: The following contains major spoilers for Rick and Morty Season 4, Episode 10, "Star Mort Rickturn of the Jerri." Rick and Morty travel through the multiverse looking for adventures and fun. But farther from Rick. STATUS He admits this to Jaguar in, Pickle Rick. In spite of denial of Rick's clearly horrid character, numerous evidence proves that Jerry is right concerning Beth's fears of abondonment and definetley with her father being far from the iedeal person or parent. She can become defensive and even insecure about this when challenged by it, as in "The Wedding Squanchers" she calls Jerry a "dumb asshole" for proposing the idea that Rick doesn't care for the family, and so in turn they have no reason to treat him with care. A dedicated veterinary horse surgeon, she is the family's main breadwinner and often tries to do the best for her family based on this sense of responsibility. At some point during her childhood, her parents' marriage deteriorated amid unknown circumstances and her f… At the end, it is revealed Rick doesn't know which Beth is which, as he erased his own memory. She also takes clear inspiration from Rick - even though she detests the fact that he kept her in the dark about potentially being a clone - as she mentions that she cosplays as Rick in his 30's. ". The details of Beth's history are relatively unknown, she was born from Rick Sanchez and Mrs. Sanchez/Diane Sanchez, she has recounted herself as a "bright-eyed" woman from Muskegon, Michigan in Meeseeks and Destroy. However, the alternate Jerry and Beth eventually realize that they are miserable without one another and get together after years apart. Space Beth has a scar over her right eye and a piercing in her right eyebrow. She returned to Earth to kill him but did talk peacefully with him at a diner when Rick initially told her she wasn't the clone and was pleased to see him acknowledge her endeavors as a space adventurer. She talks with him, surprised the other Beth is still with Jerry before they come under attack, during which, Rick inadvertently implies Space Beth may be the actual clone. Vinyl figure joins the Animation: Rick & Morty range. He told Beth that it was him or Rick which led to the two deciding to divorce. This change will likely bring her closer to Morty, as well as Summer. That's really, really fucked up. Beth Smith Rick and Morty season 5 will delve deeper into the mystery of the arrival of Clone Beth.. STATUS It is also likely that without her father Rick's influence, Morty could be Beth's favorite. Sleepy Gary (ex-fake husband) Implying that they have a close relationship, and have a mutual understanding for each other, and Jerry. She was even willing to sacrifice her relationship with Rick, so that Morty could do better in school, in the same episode. When Rick is cynical about love. This ended at her son's picture, who she looked at the longest, and smiled at afterwards. She looked inhuman / robotic. Davin is in love with Beth and he constantly hits on her and tries to seduce her and win her over. In the Season 3 episode, The ABC's of Beth, an even further layer of Beth's personality was revealed. Why would any parents let this crazy man disappear through clearly dangerous portals with their son?” And after talking about it with Justin for a while, I realized the most important thing about that show for me which is that Rick left at one point in Beth's childhood and Beth blamed her mother for Rick's absence. It seems like she'd rather her son risk his life with her insane father than end up her husband. She also permitted him to drive her spaceship, as this saved her from giving him souvenirs. Rick and Morty ’s Sarah Chalke is keeping schtum about what’s going on with Beth this season – but has promised us that whatever it is, it’s worth the wait. Beth was trapped in a situation, where an evil alien from another dimension was planning on killing one of her two children, and graced her with the choice of which one lives. And in the episode, The ABC's of Beth, after talking with her father about his offer to create a clone of her, Beth still contemplating, carries her hand carefully over all the individual pictures of the family on the refrigerator. Join Rick and Morty on as they trek through alternate dimensions, explore alien planets, and terrorize Jerry, Beth… Justin Roiland is voiced by both Rick and Morty. In Rick Potion #9, Beth (C-137) admits that without her son Morty and her father Rick around, she is much happier, and seems indifferent to her son's fate. Fan theories tend to get ridiculous and nauseating, but in the case of Rick and Morty and the idea that Beth … If it makes you feel better, the Rick and Morty team have recently promised answers of a different kind, teasing that the truth behind Space Beth will be revealed in season five. By the time of "Star Mort Rickturn of the Jerri", Space Beth has gone on several space adventures to reach the most wanted status. At some point during her childhood, her parents' marriage deteriorated amid unknown circumstances and her father left her mother. "Space Beth" is a character on Rick and Morty. She began to ask to her father Rick to create toy-like weapons to harm other children. And proves this to her by giving her an ultimatum. Her dedication to her family can fade quickly if she feels patronized, devalued, or that she or another family member, such as Morty or Rick, is threatened. Jerry bursts through the door and beats Davin to death with a crowbar. Rick and Morty Wiki is a FANDOM TV Community. Space Beth appears to be vengeful of her father. RELATIONSHIPS Beth later uses the morphizer to enlarge herself, puts her skin inside out, and comforts a crying Summer. Beth thinks her dad is better than her mother because her dad had the brain and guts to leave her. Rick brings Beth to a world he created for her when she was younger while Beth looks for a long-lost childhood friend trapped there for years. Stop taking my son on these adventures!”?” The answer is because Jerry is terrified that Beth will leave him and Beth is terrified that Rick will leave her. She despises how - despite being infamous her name - "Beth Smith" is seen as incredibly forgettable name. Seeing this renewed Jerry and Beth's relationship and they opted not to split up. She bothers to love her father and that keeps everything feasible because otherwise it would all fall apart. Beth has a superiority complex, believing herself at times to be above others as a way of hiding her insecurities. She has generally considered her family her first priority and has "defined her life" around her marriage to Jerry, which has at times driven her marital regrets. Rick discloses that she had a tumultuous and destructive childhood, only exacerbated by her murderous and sociopath tendencies (which Rick accredits to his own mental state, and whose behavior as a role model and eventual disappearance no doubt contributed to). Grazing her fingers across the photos attached to the fridge, Beth smiles at each picture: A picture of Mr. Poopybutthole, her and Jerry on their wedding day, Rick, Summer, and lastly Morty, whose picture she rests her finger on the longest. ", "I was like, “Why would that be the case? She wears the pants in the family and she's witty and she doesn't like herself. The voice of Beth, Sarah Chalke used to play the role of Elliot in the TV series Clinic. Human (Cyborg; possible Clone) Shortly after, Beth insists to Rick that the divorce would be good for Jerry, and the family, after he expresses remorse. Due to this suggestion, in The Rickchurian Mortydate Beth began to suffer from identity crisis despite Rick constantly telling her she is real. Her outfit is comprised of black boots, skin-tight clothing, mismatched bits of cybernetic, enhanced armor (such as a gray breastplate and bronze-colored wrist gauntlet), fingerless gloves, and a waistcoat with a stylized black horse head emblem on its back. Her preference for her only daughter over her only son could be because she is jealous of his close relationship with Rick. She also discovers a chip implanted in her neck that will kill her should return to Earth and get in proximity of the other Beth. Amusingly, this could be a hint that she's "married to the wine bottle" in more than one sense. In Morty's Mind Blowers, it was revealed that Beth prefer her daughter Summer over her son Morty. “Listen, Morty, I hate to break it to you, but what people call “love” is … Sleepy Gary (ex-fake husband) Her relationship Jerry is extremely rocky. Later on, she admits that Jerry "has his moments" and is implied to have also reestablished their relationship alongside Beth. Beth loves and cares about her daughter Summer, but the two do not seem very close much of the time. She's a horse heart surgeon because she got pregnant at 17. Beth's change in parenting in the episode may be permanent, as she hasn't been as motherly or supportive in any other episode, especially not to Summer, who along with Morty needs this the most from her. In The Rickshank Rickdemption, Jerry took a stand against Rick's behavior towards the family, apparent manipulation of Beth's father issues in order to live rent-free, and his frequently putting their children in danger. Member of the Defiance However, Rick simply informs her she is his daughter and she is relieved though put off when he tells her he was actually planning to kill Jerry but relented. Rick later admits to Morty that he had a hand in manipulating this because Jerry went against him. Beth was disappointed to find out that her other self remarried Jerry, but Rick pointed out that since they are the same person, she would have done the same thing. Each season, Justin spent a few days for Rick or Morty to get a voice. It is revealed in The ABC's of Beth, that at some point of her childhood, Beth became an insane and psychotic little girl. Sarah Chalke That’ll mean we see co-creator Justin Roiland playing both Rick and Morty, while Sarah Chalke will play Beth, Spencer Grammer will return as Summer, and Chris Parnell will once again be Jerry. Earth (Replacement Dimension) PLACE OF ORIGIN Throughout the episode, Total Rickall, Beth acts suspiciously towards Mr. Poopybutthole, mistaking him for a parasite. She often expresses grave concern for Morty's education and health, when they are not related to Rick, and is considerate of the consequences on her children of her leaving Jerry. He blames this on her relationship with Rick, telling her that she doesn't need to prove herself to be worthy of Rick's love by acting essentially just like him, as it is making her appear just as narcissistic and irresponsible. And if Morty needs to risk his life traipsing across the galaxy with her insane alcoholic father, it's better than Morty growing up in safety and ending up like her mother or her husband Jerry who she considers to be unremarkable and unredemptive and therefore undeserving of her affections. FAMILY Beth and Jerry have remained together partially due to the fact that Jerry is the only man who has not abandoned her. The episode also revealed that Beth was very lonely as a little girl, and may very well still be, having asked Rick to make her a whip that would make people like her, and a sentient switchblade. Rick is a mad scientist who drags his grandson, Morty, on crazy sci-fi adventures. When the family is taken back to earth by the Galactic Federation, she bursts into tears. AGE Beth believed she needed to prove herself to Rick because of how rarely he ever tells her he loves her. You'd go, “Why wouldn't anyone say, ‘Stop doing that! Even outside of the supporting cast of Jerry, Beth and Summer, there are some … The showrunners of Rick and Morty have spoken more about the show’s upcoming fifth season, while also revealing that they are already working on future episodes for as far as season seven. In The Whirly Dirly Conspiracy, Morty lashes out on Beth for her distance towards him and Summer. Beth affectionately celebrates the one-year anniversary of Rick's return in Close Rick-Counters of the Rick Kind with UFO-shaped pancakes and despite her usual independence, seems to dote on him and his alternate selves in the same episode. The rest of the family panics and Beth retreats into the kitchen and haphazardly pours a glass of wine while her eyes filled with tears as Mr. Poopybutthole bleeds heavily while awaiting an ambulance. She detested her father for lying to her about cloning her. Rick and Morty; Rick and Morty theories: Rick knows which Beth is which as fans tip time travel twist - Lucas Hill-Paul. She wears a red collar shirt, blue pants and white shoes. She is the daughter of Rick Sanchez and Mrs. Sanchez/Diane Sanchez, the wife of Jerry Smith, and the mother of Summer Smith and of the deceased Morty Smith, she is also the daughter-in-law of Leonard Smith and Joyce Smith, and the granddaughter of Rick's Father and an unnamed woman. Then she auto-convinced herself that Tommy got lost in Froopyland. She is either the original Beth Smith from the Replacement Dimension, or a clone of her. In The Rickchurian Mortydate, Beth visits her husband when she suffers from identity crisis and he reflects on a high school date they had and she ends up kissing him as thanks. She has extended this behaviour to those such as her son Morty - particularly when he is shown taking care of his own son - and her husband, who unwittingly feeds her insecurities by implying she was not a 'real' surgeon. Nonetheless, she is very dedicated to her job, even beyond as a source of income, and was willing to give up her own pride to help successfully save a deer's life in A Rickle in Time. Despite having acclimated towards a relatively normal life in adulthood, this layer again reveals itself when she goes to confront her childhood friend, Tommy, and end the chaos ruling over her former "imaginary" paradise, Froopyland. In the Season 2 finale, The Wedding Squanchers, Beth gets a closer look at her father's personal life, and tries her best to keep Jerry from ruining her chances of going on adventures with him more often. You know her mother's out of the picture but that her Dad, who was out of the picture when she was a child, is now back IN the picture, and that, unlike Jerry, she seems relatively fine with his influence on her learning-disabled son. However, it is stated that Rick made up this event to fool the alien. Rick and Morty co-writer Dan Harmon has discovered the display’s crew is already running on season 7, no matter having completed airing season four this year. Space Beth tracks down her counterpart and nearly succeeds in killing her before they are kidnapped by Tammy. Neither Beth knows or cares which of them is the clone or original, as they respect the other for being who they are and because of the mutual resentment of Rick. This Beth appears to have a better grasp at using gadgets due to her time in space. OCCUPATION It isn't unlikely that in the case that the same events were to occur in the replacement dimension, as they had in dimension C-137, that this Beth would feel the same way. And she's selfish and she's cold but she's smart. Rick and Morty season 5 is on track to show us what it’s got sooner rather than later. I guess I [think I] know more about her than what you've learned so far, but you know she got pregnant at seventeen. Meta Information Space Beth (genetic template or duplicate)Jerry Smith (husband)Summer Smith (daughter)Morty Smith (son; deceased)Morty Smith (son)Leonard Smith (father-in-law)Joyce Smith (mother-in-law)Hemorrhage (son-in-law)Morty Jr. (grandson)Rick Sanchez (father; deceased) Rick Sanchez (father)Mrs. Sanchez (mother)Diane Sanchez (possibly mother)Rick's Father (paternal grandfather)Unnamed Paternal Grandmother She has an emblem shaped like a horse's head at the back of her jacket, possibly referring to the fact that she was a horse surgeon. Rick, Morty, and Summer return home where Jerry gives Beth an ultimatum to choose … The reason of Beth's choice is because she is jealous of his closer relationship with Rick. Rick and Morty Season 7 Updates: Rick and Morty co-writer Dan Harmon’s famous improvement are 3 seasons in advance, due to the fact the crew is already running on the display’s 7th season. AFFILIATION That is the same reason why she disagreed with Jerry so strongly, and wept, when he suggested that the family turn in Rick to the Galactic Federation so that they can go back home to Earth in The Wedding Squanchers. Her spiral causes her to turn to Jerry and reconcile with and hide from Rick but he still finds them forcing Beth to confront him. At the end, they both mutually decided not to discover who is the original and seem to regard each other as family. AGE Ironically, despite her continous frustrations with Jerry's "simple nature", she herself also bears clear insecurities, especially with her father. Beth believes her father to be a better influence on their children than Jerry, which is another reason she thinks he should live with them. In Star Mort Rickturn of the Jerri, after meeting Clone Beth and both of them dealing with Rick's constant lies, she loses a great amount of respect for him. She also exhibited resentment towards being patronized during her surgical work, such as by her co-worker, Davin when he lets her know they're losing a patient, or when another veterinarian implies she cannot save a deer. Apart from this, their relationship has yet to be explored in any other significant detail in the series. PLACE OF ORIGIN Beth is very happy that her father came back into her life sometime prior to Pilot. Earth (Replacement dimension) In Rick and Morty's Rushed Licensed Adventure, Summer has an over-sized bra in her closet and jealously claims she'll grow into it because "Beth's got big boobs". They decide to get back together and hide from Rick who still tracks them down but begrudgingly accepts their choice. Davin is Beth's coworker at St. Equis Hospital. Beth also seems to enjoy Rick's inventions, and appreciates the help he gives her. And one of the strategies we see people employ, in the face of an absentee parent, is a deification of the parent that takes LESS responsibility. They become married since that incident, eventually producing their second child and only son, Morty three years later. In Rixty Minutes, Jerry and Beth both get to see an alternate version of themselves in a different reality and find themselves unsatisfied with their current lives, leading them to eventually decide that splitting up would be inevitable. Much like her original counterpart from Earth, she has completed memories. As a little girl, Beth wore overalls with a red shirt, long white socks and black Mary Janes, as well as a green hair-clip and two different colored wristbands. Despite this, Beth does seem to consistently care about Morty's well-being, as she asks if Morty is getting sick in Pilot, and is deeply concerned about the fact that he does not do well in school or have any friends. She probably asked him to clean his room.” And in Beth's case, she's a horse heart surgeon. Characterized by a superiority complex and abandonment issues, Beth gradually came to struggle with her husband over his contributions to their marriage, due in part to his lower-level position and subsequent employment, further driven by her father influencing her feelings of superiority. That's why dad left. Beth Smith (née Sanchez) is one of the main characters of Rick and Morty. It is not disclosed whether or not Beth decides to remain. Her genius father's clear preference for her over her 'idiot' husband has in turn fed her feelings of superiority, especially towards Jerry. Rick Potion No. In addition, Beth can be highly sarcastic at times, such as when she predicted Snuffles increased intelligence would backfire in the episode, Lawnmower Dog. Near the end of the episode, Beth pulls out one of Rick's laser guns and shoots Mr. Poopybutthole in the chest, blasting him across the room onto a wall. The Destroyer (Tommy)Blade Smith (An unnamed Gromflomite)Clone Beth Their relationship is very rocky and strained, due to the fact that both of them missed out on fulfilling their dreams due to poor decisions when they were teenagers - as when Jerry puts on a headset that allows him to view many realities in "Rixty Minutes", he realizes that without Beth he would have became a successful director. The prominence of the original from Dimension C-137 is included on the page of Beth Smith (C-137). It is unknown which Beth is the original and which one is the clone. She may share this belief, wishing she had been able to continue her medical education to become a 'real' doctor in Rixty Minutes. She believes that Morty was filled with Jerry's insecurities as a result of Jerry's overly-nurturing method of raising him, and consequently, she is largely absent from Morty's life. In Meeseeks and Destroy, mother and daughter happily go shopping together after their Meeseeks disappear. Claw and Hoarder: Special Ricktim's Morty, Rick and Morty's Rushed Licensed Adventure, We are Dan Harmon and Justin Roiland creators of Rick and Morty on adult swim, Mega Dan Harmon interview, part 3: ‘Rick and Morty’, Everything Dan Harmon Told Us About What Happens in Rick and Morty Season 3,, Beth's voice actress, Sarah Chalke, has previously starred as Elliot Reid on the comedy-drama series, Beth is a questioning atheist, as seen in the episode, Similar to her father Rick, Beth appears to be aware that the family is in a TV show, quoting at the end of. Beth Smith (Rick and Morty) (32) Morty Smith (21) Summer Smith (19) Jerry Smith (15) Beth Smith (10) Rick Sanchez (8) Birdperson | Phoenixperson (Rick and Morty) (7) Smith Family (Rick and Morty) (5) Squanchy (Rick and Morty) (4) Exclude Relationships Much like her original counterpart from Earth, she has completed memories, and acknowledges Morty as a son. That is, until The Whirly Dirly Conspiracy. Although she originally wanted to kill her, she has come to admire her. She returns to Earth to murder Rick for lying to her, as well as the other Beth, but Rick invites her to lunch after they are shown equal in gadgets. And that while she's trying to gain Rick's approval, she's hurting him and Summer. But from there, we have different mechanisms for coping with the blame. Over the years, the Rick and Morty series has garnered millions of viewers because of its interesting characters, as well as its smart and deep storylines. She shares the other Beth's regret of shooting Mr. Poopybutthole in the chest at the end of "Total Rickall". St. Equis Hospital She's not a real surgeon. Kids can sometimes idolize their worst parent and blame their supportive parent for chasing off the dad with the guts to leave. It is known that he left her mother for unknown reasons. So the center of the show, even though we don't address it at all, is this really fucked up woman who I love more than any character on that show because she would have been a brain surgeon, but she got pregnant at 17, and so she's defensive about how she's a horse heart surgeon because it takes less school to do that. FIRST SEEN IN With Justin Roiland, Chris Parnell, Spencer Grammer, Sarah Chalke. She also decided to marry her boyfriend Jerry and a few years later (impregnated at the age of 20 years old), had their second child and only son, Morty. RICK AND MORTY dropped a game-changing twist in the most recent episode, but fans have suggested there's more than meets the eye to Rick and Beth's … Beth Smith is one of the central characters in the show Rick and Morty. FAMILY AKA In many cases Jerry is often the more sentimental and nurturing one who calls out Rick for being a negative impact on Morty, and Beth is often the one justifying his actions. It is likely that she chose the latter based on the scenes that followed, though The Rickchurian Mortydate puts this into further debate. Upload your creations for people to see, favourite and share. RELATIONSHIPS She believes that Rick, as crazy as he is, is the better of her two parents even though she was raised by her mother and she blames her mother's unremarkability on her father's departure and will do anything to keep her father back in her life. Sarah Chalke Beth aspired to become a heart surgeon as an adult, but during high school, when she as already 17 years old, she went to prom dance with her classmate, Jerry Smith, possibly out of pity, and they had sex, and she became impregnated with her first and only daughter, Summer. A separate flashback in Total Rickall also shows her suffering from a severe hangover, causing her to whiplash a bottle at Summer during her Picture Day, giving her a black eye as a result. During the chaos, she then realizes that while her childhood self idolized Rick and wanted to be like him, Rick remains a deeply flawed individual and (by some cruel twist of fate), she turned out exactly like him- needlessly destructive. In the Season 3 premiere, The Rickshank Rickdemption, when Jerry finally gives Beth the ultimatum of choosing him or Rick, Beth chooses Rick, leading to their divorce. She allows Rick to stay rent-free in her home due to the fact that she doesn't want him leaving her again. That's a thing that could have been the case," Dan Harmon said. The Defiance 34- 35 (physically) It is implied that the both of them deeply misunderstand the world as it appears to the majority, who can easily adapt to it and live in accordance to a lifestyle set out for them through their own choice- who know what they want and their life direction, even if only for the fact that that they allow themselves to experience satisfaction, happiness and completion, instead of only sort of contempt towards an ordinary life in some misguided attempt to overcome it. She tries to clean up her bruise with make-up. Sometime after The ABC's of Beth, Rick cloned her, resulting in two beths. One of the two Beths later left for space to have adventures, becoming an interstellar rebel dubbed “Space Beth,” who returned to Earth in season 4’s finale “Star Mort Rickturn of the Jerri” with designs on killing Rick and Earth Beth. These feelings of superiority however seem to disappear quickly when Rick is removed from her life, or even when she merely feels more confident in herself. She is initially unskilled in dealing with her daughter Summer's teenage emotional issues such as when her daughter becomes very doubtful of her attractiveness after her boyfriend, Ethan, dumps her in The Whirly Dirly Conspiracy for a girl with larger breasts but comes around eventually after Morty tells her how distant she's been towards him, and Summer. Initially they were antagonistic, with each one resenting the other and not understanding the choices that they made. That excuse being removed, it just allows us to put the spotlight on Beth a little bit and start asking a few more questions about her, who she is in a vacuum. 34-35 (physically) Note: Space Beth shares her memories with the Beth of the replacement dimension up until "The ABC's of Beth". Beth is a horse surgeon, and, as Rick's daughter, she is intelligent if sometimes cold. Despite having a scar over her right eye, her right eyelids show no sign of scarring. Morty feels guilty over all the aliens he's killed, but Rick wrongly blames a candy bar that Morty has eaten, thus appeasing him. When Rick said that he got the pizza off the counter, notice that Beth's expression became blank / deadpan till the credits start rolling. SPECIES Their escapades often have potentially harmful consequences for their family and the rest of the world. Beth had originally planned to get aborted the girl when she was still a fetus, but due to the fact that she and Jerry blew a tire on the way to the abortion clinic, they kept the fetus. Rick, aware that the increasing danger that would represent his daughter, created a dream world for his daughter, Froopyland, in order to keep the other children of the neighborhood safe. Rick and Morty might be the stars of the show, but Beth is a goddamn hero in her own right. As she was in space, she did not keep in touch with Mr. Poopybutthole during his recovery in Season 4. However, she has some limits even for his behaviour, and has given him ultimatums in Pilot and Auto Erotic Assimilation, which he has ultimately followed - so she is not entirely defensive of her father's behaviours. Rick and Morty introduced Season 5's Nimbus in July 2020 (Image: Adult Swim) While the focus of the panel was to look back at the fourth season, … She does question her existence and asks her father in, "Oh my God. Beth blamed herself for her parents falling out, and seeing her father as an intelligent scientist compared to her mother, Beth came to idolize her father and blamed her mother for "chasing off the dad with the guts to leave". She acknowledges Summer as a daughter. Rick and Morty: Beth Finally Made Rick a [SPOILER] In a surprisingly heartbreaking Rick and Morty season finale, Beth followed in her father's footsteps -- but as a clone. Directed by Wesley Archer, Juan Jose Meza-Leon. Beth Kid Armor is a new addition to the ever growing Fu We use cookies to ensure that we give you the best experience including to serve relevant ads or personalised content on our website. FIRST SEEN IN Morty calls this Beth amazing, not caring if she is his original mother. She currently works as a veterinarian at the St. Equis Hospital. Due to her lonely childhood, wether Rick was present or not, Beth does have a vulnerability with abandonment. VOICE ACTOR Muskegon, Michigan, Replacement Dimension HOME PLANET Beth's awareness of her mistreatment of her children has initiated a change in her, making her more motherly and understanding. Beth's awareness of her mistreatment of her children may drive her farther away from Rick, as she will likely stop trying to get him to love her, and instead find solace in her relationship with her children. Space Beth is either Beth's clone or the original Beth that this Beth was cloned from. She is either the original Beth Smith from the Replacement Dimension, or a clone of her. ", "[Beth's] separation from Jerry is a blessing and curse for her. ...Rick's daughter is more fucked up than Rick, and fucked up because of Rick, don't you worry about that. The theory was born when Rick … She has no problems allowing Rick to take Morty on most adventures, believing Rick is not only teaching him valuable life skills and improving his intelligence, but that he is the only friend Morty has. However, they eventually bond over a mutual resentment of Rick and his lies and even gain a respect for one another. Yea these were the three things I noticed which led me to draw the conclusion that Beth did abandon her family and went to travel around multiverse, following her dad's footsteps. Alive VOICE ACTOR After the end credits sequence, Mr. Poopybutthole is shown slowly recovering inside the hospital. Realizing that in divorcing Jerry and coming to terms with the way she is that there is no one and nothing holding her back from a living a life of self-determination in accordance to her true, broken identity, Rick proposes that Beth resolve her identity issues through exploring the multiverse while an identical clone takes her place for however long she is gone (or even a lifetime). Beth Smith (genetic template or duplicate)Jerry Smith (husband)Summer Smith (daughter)Morty Smith (son; deceased)Morty Smith (son)Leonard Smith (father-in-law)Joyce Smith (mother-in-law)Hemorrhage (son-in-law)Gwendolyn (daughter-in-law)Morty Jr. (grandson)Rick Sanchez (father; deceased) Rick Sanchez (father)Mrs. Sanchez (mother)Diane Sanchez (possible mother)Rick's Father (paternal grandfather)Unnamed Paternal Grandmother Morty will be in a relationship and Dan Harmon mentioned that this story was written by his long-time friend Rob Schrab. She has another Beth called Space Beth, but it is left up to the viewer to decide which Beth is the original and which Beth is the clone. Beth Smith Human (possible Clone) She also expresses excitement at the offer to go out for a drink with Rick in Pickle Rick, seeming to overlook both of her children. Beth knows that her son Morty is not very intelligent, and wants him to succeed in school. Working together, the two versions of Beth defeat the aliens and both come to help Rick with Phoenixperson, and they both are impressed with Jerry coming in handy. As a result, she is generally willing to put up with Rick - and his needs without sarcasm or argument - rationalizing his experiments and behaviour. Meta Information Beth has notably inherited her father's tendency to rely on alcohol to control stress, drinking wine briefly in Meeseeks and Destroy and amid more stressful situations, very heavily in both Rixty Minutes, at the end of Total Rickall and in The Rickshank Rickdemption. As a result of her father's disappearance, Beth has come to fixate on exceptionalism and intelligence, and has a fear of abandonment, resulting in a deep-seated desire to keep her father in her life. Take your favorite fandoms with you and never miss a beat. In the episode, The ABC's of Beth, after Beth and Rick clone her childhood friend Tommy and save his father from being executed, they share a long-awaited, and progressive moment with each other. She is highly insecure about her profession as a horse surgeon, and is quick to snap at the implication she is not a 'real' surgeon or a 'real' veterinarian. Beth was somewhat distant towards her children at their childhood, as implied in Raising Gazorpazorp, her job as a veterinary surgeon at St. Equis Hospital causes her to spend less time with her husband and children, feeling that coddling them would make them dependent or end up like her husband. She was also envious of her friend Tommy, and his father who was present in his life, which lead her to abandon him in Froopyland, mirroring her father's image, and roused her to become a better person by her own standards. Star Mort Rickturn of the Jerri Morty was shocked at his mother's choice, as was the alien, but luckily Rick rescued his daughter and grandchildren and erased her son's memories, though he recalled this but forgot again. Davin turns into a "mantis-person" as a result of Rick's cure for it, and attacks Beth. Though it has been implied by Dan Harmon and the episodes Rick Potion #9 and The Whirly Dirly Conspiracy that Jerry and Beth's relationship was more stable before Rick came back into her life. Being an adult, Beth excused that she asked that to "spend time with her father". ...We know that kids blame themselves for their parents breaking up, that's pretty standard psychology. 9 Not much is known about the relationship of Beth and her father Rick prior to the events of the series. She and Jerry share a number of common goals - generally around doing what is best for their family - but these goals are strained by their disagreement on how to achieve these ends. When she and Jerry accidentally hit a deer, her first concerns were to help and assist it and Beth would stop at nothing to bring it back to health. Beth tells Rick if she is a clone, he should just kill her and get it over with or go to another dimension and be with another version of her. Horse surgeon at St. Equis Hospital This shows that although she does feel dislike for her father, she still has a streak of decency and compassion in her not to kill him. In the end, Jerry moves back in and Rick begrudgingly accepts this while Beth forces him to watch his tone to her husband before she and the family laugh at Rick's expense, showing how much she moved from her father's shadow. Half her head is shaved, with a blue streak in the hair on the unshaven half. During the online Rick and Morty panel at Adult Swim Festival 2020, Dan Harmon confirmed at a panel that that a key Season 4 character would get back to Season 5. Since these events occurred before everyone was turned into Cronenbergs, Davin may still be dead in the Replacement dimension. She is often critical of his ideas, and suggests that she feels held back or unappreciated by him. Davin tries to romance Beth in Rick Potion #9, but sneezes and is affected by Morty's love potion, asking "how soft are his privates". However, there are far more characters than just Rick and Morty. Ironically, Rick and Morty fans will remember that neither Beth is technically Rick's original Beth, as he and Morty joined this universe after ruining their own a couple of seasons before that. Ahead of Rick and Morty Season 4, the biggest question on everyone’s mind is whether Beth Smith has always been a clone. Beth has shoulder-length blonde hair. AFFILIATION Beth is an intelligent, ambitious, and independent woman who suffers from a variety of deep-seated insecurities. When she came to realize that Rick was indeed a bad influence on Morty and agreed with Jerry to send him to a nursing home, Morty seemed to exhibit superhuman intelligence actually the results of dissolving mega-seeds—further convincing her to keep him around. Beth discovers that all her life she's been lying to herself that her father is a good man, and tried desperately to be just like him. Take your favorite fandoms with you and never miss a beat. However, this Beth is not the same Beth in Rick Potion #9, who comes to the conclusion that her father Rick is a "selfish, irresponsible ass," after he turned everyone on Earth into monsters and abandoned she, Jerry and Summer. Claw and Hoarder: Special Ricktim's Morty, Rick and Morty's Rushed Licensed Adventure, In a flashback from the episode, Total Rickall, a drunken Beth accidentally hits her daughter Summer's eye with a bottle on her picture day. And she fetishizes exceptionality. She contemplated aborting the fetus, later justifying that "everybody thinks about it", but managed to get into college and become a veterinary surgeon, specializing in horses, eventually finding work at St. Equis Hospital. She appears to have had good intentions and chose to be a hero, fighting off the tyrannical Galactic Federation, but at the cost of becoming a wanted outlaw - a criminal in the eyes of the law. Rick also admitted in the same episode to Jerry that he believes Jerry impregnating Beth ruined her chances of being successful, and detests him for his detachment to his daughter. She also takes a lot of interests after him, like visiting Shoney's and going on space adventures. To make it easier for him to get used to the role, he tries to voice his characters on different days. Beth was trapped in a situation, where an evil alien from another dimension was planning on killing one of her two children, and graced her with the choice of which one lives. Complete with all of Beth's memories, this Beth is similar to her counterpart. Upon realizing this, Beth institutes change, and later uses the morphizer to make herself giant, puts her skin inside out, and comforts Summer who was crying, and really needed her at the moment. Her husband's name "Jerry" is derived from the Hebrew word "Jeroboam", meaning "large wine bottle". In Season 1 of the series, before Rick's impact on the Family cemented, Beth consistently showed concern for her son Morty's health and well-being. In the Rick and Morty Season 3 episode titled “The ABC’s of Beth,” the animated series suggested Beth could have a clone. She is usually defensive of him when Jerry badmouths him, and is largely convinced that Rick is good for the family. Without any hesitation, Beth immediately demanded that her daughter Summer be the one who survives. Alive Post-credits scene : Beth discovers that Jerry wasted $700 calling Taddy Mason, who charges money just to talk on the phone. Later in the episode, Beth is heartbroken to find that Rick abandoned her a second time (little did she know that this time, he turned himself in to protect her and her family from the Federation). Now, fans are eagerly waiting for massive reveals of season 5 while it is still in development. Powered by Reelgood After over two and a half years of fans obsessing over one question, Rick and Morty finally addressed whether or not Beth was a clone. And that while she's trying to gain Rick's approval, she's hurting him and Summer. Dan Harmon has frequently offered insight into Beth's characterization since early around the release of the first season, observing that it is Beth whose behavior enables Rick to be able to take Morty on their adventures. Space Beth SPECIES This is one of the reasons that Beth married and stayed with Jerry for more than 15 years, because - unlike Rick - he stays with her no matter what. On the Rick and Morty season 3 episode "The Whirly Dirly Conspiracy," during a time when Beth and Jerry are broken up, Jerry tells Rick that the pair … Using their traits from their respective lives, the two Beths work together to kill the aliens. Beth is so messed up. Without any hesitation, Beth immediately demanded that her daughter Summer be the one who survives. Although she holds immense resentment to both Rick and the other Beth, her hatred seems to have toned down by the end of "Star Mort Rickturn of the Jerri", as she has returned to live with her earthly counterpart and her family, including Jerry who remarried the other Beth. She has been defining her life by her marriage straight out of high school to this unremarkable man that she in her mind compares to her mother, while fetishizing exceptionality in the form of her father. And my mom's such a bitch she's always asking me to clean my room. OCCUPATION At the end of "The ABC's of Beth", Rick made a clone of Beth labeled "Clone Beth" with all her memories and, unable to decide whether or not he wanted his daughter in his life as Beth had asked him to decide, purposefully has their positions shuffled so that he himself would not know which Beth was the clone, before sending one to space and keeping the other at home, and wiping his own memory of the incident (later, this leads him to finally admit to himself that he is a terrible father). Beth denies having any feelings for him, which she most likely doesn't, but Jerry does not trust her around him. Biographical Information That's really, really fucked up. Beth often contemplates leaving Jerry to pursue her own dreams and happiness, mentioning taking "a trip" or "a break", while Jerry still loves her and often tries to keep their marriage together.
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