It's time to get medieval on that *belch* when you watch Rick and Morty season 6 episode 9 online. And savor the moment, because it's almost the end of the season.
Rick and Morty season 6 episode 9 "A Rick in King Mortur's Mort" is scheduled to air today (Sunday, Dec. 4) at 11 p.m. ET.
It's on Cartoon Network, during the AdultSwim block.
Little, exactly, is known about Rick and Morty episode 9, except that the duo are up to their eyeballs in medieval tropes. In the sneak peek shown below, you'll see two nights who are holding some sort of lettuce-filled rolls offer Morty a sword.
Rick, standing in the background, warns against such a thing. And I don't blame him. You don't know what responsibilities or curses are tied to that thing.
Rick and Morty season 6 episode 9 is titled "A Rick in King Mortur's Mort," which is a reference to A Kid in King Arthur's Court. This is the penultimate episode of the season.
So, here's everything you need to know to watch Rick and Morty season 6 episode 9 online, and check out the aforementioned preview for the new episode:
How to watch Rick and Morty season 6 episode 9 online from anywhere on Earth
If you're out of town and Rick and Morty isn't available to watch in your current location, you don't need to be thwarted by geo-fenced restrictions. With the help of a virtual private network (VPN), you can watch the new episode live no matter where you are.
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How do I watch Rick and Morty season 6 episode 9 online in the US?
In the U.S., Rick and Morty season 6 episode 9 airs Sunday (Dec. 4) at 11 p.m. ET Eastern on Cartoon Network, during the Adult Swim after-hours block of programming.
If you've already cut the cord, you can watch Rick and Morty on some of the best cable TV alternatives, such as Sling TV, Hulu + Live TV, YouTube TV and DirecTV Stream. Notable by its absence is FuboTV.
How to watch Rick and Morty season 6 episode 9 online in the UK
We've got good news. Unlike with previous seasons, Channel 4's 4oD will show Rick and Morty season 6 episode 9 at the same time as the States.
How to watch Rick and Morty season 6 episode 9 online in Canada
If you're in Canada, you're in luck, as you can likely watch Rick and Morty season 6 episode 9 at the same time as those in the U.S., 11 p.m. Eastern.
You're just going to need the STACKTV channel, and fortunately it's available on Amazon Prime Video Channels. Americans visiting our neighbors in the great white north should look at ExpressVPN for watching it live on the service they already pay for.
How to watch Rick and Morty season 6 episode 9 online in Australia
Down under, Netflix will get Rick and Morty season 6 episode 9 on Monday (Dec. 5).
How to watch watch Rick and Morty seasons 1-5
If you have paid cable, you can catch up on Rick and Morty by logging into Adult Swim's website and using your paid TV username and password. It's also on HBO Max and Hulu.
Rick and Morty is also available from Amazon Video, where each season costs $9.99.
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