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RICK AND MORTY’s Vindicators Get an Auto-Tuned Remix

Last Sunday, Rick and Morty unleashed the galaxy’s greatest superheroes: the Vindicators! Unfortunately, the Vindicators probably won’t be making a return appearance for reasons that should be very apparent to anyone who saw the episode. But that doesn’t mean that we have to say goodbye to them just yet! There’s a new musical remix video that hilariously creates a song out of the team’s final adventure.

There are major spoilers ahead for “Vindicators 3: The Return of Worldender.” Just in case you haven’t seen it yet!

The new remix was created by Chetreo, the YouTube user who previously released the extremely catchy “I am Alive” and “Pickle Rick” songs. This time, most of the lyrics come from Rick’s full blown supervillain turn as he drunkenly thrust the Vindicators into a series of Saw-like deathtraps that were designed to destroy them. Fair warning, the video reveals the gory fate of almost every member of the Vidicators, as well as some very NSFW language.

Amazingly, the only Vindicator spared from Rick’s wrath was Noob-Noob, the team’s sidekick/mascot, who could easily be mistaken for Mr. Poopybutthole’s long lost cousin. Apparently, Rick empathized with Noob-Noob even more than his own grandson, Morty. That’s what made the episode’s final twist so amazingly funny. In the end, Rick couldn’t even remember who Noob-Noob was, much to Morty’s obvious displeasure. That was such a brilliant moment.

For more of Chetreo’s music remix videos, check out his YouTube channel. We’ve already subscribed just to see how many more Rick and Morty remixes he can create this season!

What did you think about the newest Rick and Morty remix? Let us know in the comment section below!

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