Rick and Morty fans have long had one frustration in common: the fact that it takes ages for new Rick and Morty episodes to come out. Series co-creators Dan Harmon and Justin Roiland have gone on record about their disagreements and lengthy iteration process many times, and even said last year that the long delays between Rick and Morty seasons are a thing of the past. And yet, they weren't even able to get Season 4 done in time last year; only half a season aired in 2019, with the back five episodes currently arriving weekly, six months later.It's a relatable problem: Rick and Morty fans want more Rick and Morty! Rick and Morty is so good that no amount of it will ever be enough. There's no easy solution to that problem--until now. Look no further than Solar Opposites, the new show by Roiland and Rick and Morty writer and producer Mike McMahan. The simplest way to describe Solar Opposites is an interdimensional cable gag that accidentally stretched into eight full episodes. Mike breaks down the the characters and setting of the new Hulu series, compares it to Rick and Morty, and tells you why it's worth checking out.