How Hugh Jackman Helped Heal Mr. Poopybutthole | #childpredator | #kidsaftey | #childsaftey


Summary

  • Rick and Morty Season 7 continues to see Rick and his family work through their past traumas.
  • Mr. Poopybutthole, goes on a destructive path, but finds redemption with help from Rick and his friends.
  • Guest appearances from Hugh Jackman and the Predator serve as catalysts for personal growth and change.


The following contains spoilers for Rick and Morty Season 7, Episode 1, “How Poopy Got His Poop Back,” which aired Oct. 15 on Adult Swim.

A major theme in Rick and Morty has been healing. It’s evident with the Smiths, as Rick tries to heal from his war-torn past. He also lost his wife, Diane, and his version of Beth to Rick Prime, which has created a brutal vendetta. However, Rick has Morty there with him, and while this Morty knows Rick is not his biological grandfather, he still wants to help him move on.

This sense of repair and becoming whole again is something Jerry and Beth embraced as well, fixing their marriage. Summer and Space Beth even put their demons of old to bed, leaving Rick as the last person wallowing in the past. While Rick is as angry as ever, his shenanigans on Rick and Morty Season 7 lead to a buddy finding closure and the light. The funny thing is a lot of that has to do with two Hollywood icons entering their orbit in the most random fashion.

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Rick and Morty’s Hugh Jackman Helps Out Mr. Poopybutthole

Rick realizes Mr. Poopybutthole (aka Wayne) is going off the rails after his wife, Amy, left him. She took their child, which has Wayne staying at the Smiths. However, while Wayne appeared in cameos previously, breaking the Fourth Wall in humorous scenes, he’s now a drunken mess annoying everyone. He’s not the cheery Wayne who showed glimpses of his and Amy’s love, or how much fun he brought while vacationing with the Smiths.

He’s in denial, which pushes Beth to demand Rick help him as he’s becoming a junkie. A reluctant Rick gathers his buddies (Birdperson, Gearhead, Squanchy and Gene), but they get distracted at the bar. Wayne lied and said it was his birthday, sensing an intervention was coming. It results in them trying to have fun, and Hugh Jackman of all people joining up to party. Jackman plays himself, which is ironic as he also took on a role in Justin Roiland’s Koala Man. Despite Roiland being fired from the Rick and Morty franchise, Jackman has no issues appearing in one of the funniest guest appearances ever.

Jackman encourages them all to cut loose on a bender. However, they soon realize this isn’t alpha behavior. It’s toxic masculinity. Jackman’s wild antics plants seeds how they’re too old for this nonsense, and they need to change. Wayne realizes he’s the most flawed of them all and that lying to his friends wasn’t a nice move. Furthermore, he has to stop being selfish because he valued Amy, not as a partner, but as an accomplishment. Coincidentally, another Hollywood icon helps Wayne realize what he needs to do to make amends.

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Rick and Morty’s Predator Also Inspires Mr. Poopybutthole

Rick and Morty Season 7 has Mr. Poopybutthole fighting a Predator

Adult Swim channels the 1980s in the best way possible as it’s revealed Wayne apparently hired the famous Predator to spy on Amy. He felt that this Yautja killer would be the perfect private investigator, not just because he could ward off any attackers, but because of his invisibility mode. The Predator was supposed to camouflage and get inside information for Wayne to use. However, when Jackman encourages the crew to show up at Amy’s home and help Wayne get her back, they find the Predator and Amy in a relationship.

Wayne is enraged, leading to him breaking in and kidnapping the child. The Predator immediately tracks the crew them and beats them up. It uses its signature traps, but oddly, it doesn’t murder them. This results in Rick getting the upper hand with his gadgets and the rest of the boys beating the bounty hunter bloody. Luckily, Wayne halts things, realizing he’s the real monster. He sees it in Amy’s eyes when she shows up. Wayne truly begins to redeem himself, wishing Amy and the Predator a happy life. All he wants is for them to take care of each other and his child, which inspires his boys to atone.

Granted, Jackman attacks the Predator after and leaves him either out cold or dead. There’s extra irony in this as Jackman and his wife Deborra-Lee Furness announced a divorce in Sept. 2023. Nonetheless, Wayne motivates all the guys to be better — as men, husbands and fathers. They all head back to their respective worlds, with Rick accepting that maybe he should be a bit more emotionally available, too. He was shocked seeing Wayne go from a happy marriage to someone who kept bickering with Amy, only to lose his career and damage himself drinking. But it does hold up that perennial mirror Rick hates looking in, as it reflects the self-destructive paths he often takes.

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Rick and Morty’s Mr. Poopybutthole’s Party Has Divisive Results

Rick and Morty Season 7 has Hugh Jackman joining the boys

It’s clear Wayne is going to work on himself and try to build an unalloyed, positive world. Birdperson is off to fix things with his daughter, knowing after his past as a prolific war hero, family is all that should count now. Squanchy wants to make the best of this second chance, too. As for Rick, he can tell he has some ways to go. He does want to heal and live a comfortable life with the Smiths.

But with Rick Prime out there, gunning for them, Rick can’t afford to let up. Wayne’s obsession didn’t have as damning consequences as this does. As such, while Rick appreciates his people more, seeing Wayne going all out for his family may well encourage Rick to kick the mission into overdrive to hunt his counterpart down and end him for good.

As for Jackman, while many fans can’t wait to see his Wolverine return in Deadpool 3, this series is a great fit. fans don’t see him playing characters immersed in debauchery often, so it’s possible he could end up channeling his inner-Logan if the Predator or other Yautja mark him. Either way, Jackman’s drug-addled stint teases he’ll be back to cause more chaos. Ultimately, loyalists are hoping Rick and the guys will all be in a better place to say no if he wants them to party hard again.

Rick and Morty airs Sundays at 11:00 p.m. ET on Adult Swim.



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