Evan Rachel Wood Uses 'Rick and Morty' to Describe 'Westworld' Season 2

It's going to be emotional.

'Rick and Morty'

How can a person express their raw emotion when it’s beating down on their psyche like golf ball-sized hail in a never-ending thunderstorm? Well if that person is Evan Rachel Wood, then Dubsmashing some Rick and Morty can work really well.

Wood, one of the stars of Westworld, gives her Instagram followers a behind-the-scenes look at the show during production. She sometimes offers the occasional Dubsmash, which is a mobile app that records users as they lip sync to a certain piece of audio. In four Instagram videos with her friend, actor Taylor Hunt Wright, the duo express their feelings after watching Westworld Season 2 by using a sequence from the cold open of the Rick and Morty Season 3 episode, “Rest and Ricklaxation.” For those who haven’t seen it, the multiverse duo go on a quick adventure that should take 20 minutes, but actually takes six days and causes the two a lot of agony.

Wood and Hunt start things off with some screaming and crying with a bit of profanity thrown in by Wood as Rick.

In part 2, the f-bombs really start flying.

Now in part 3, Hunt acts out Morty’s painful scream while Wood mimes Rick’s shaky hands.

In the grand finale, Hunt mimics Morty questioning Rick on why he continues to put the two through so much pain while Wood lip syncs Rick’s response of how maybe he just hates himself or he thinks he deserves to die.

The second season of Westworld wrapped production at the end of 2017. The sci-fi drama will premiere episode 1, “Journey into Night,” on April 22. For Rick and Morty fans, a new season is unfortunately not wrapping up. Co-creator Justin Roiland took to Twitter to say Rick and Morty Season 4 is on hold due to delays from Turner Broadcasting.

Westworld Season 2, called “The Door,” picks up after the dramatic events of the season 1, dubbed “The Maze.” The hosts have taken over the park and are now on the hunt for human guests. In the trailers, Dolores (Wood) appears to lead the army of lifelike robots as they take their freedom and become more “human.” Going by these videos, show viewers will be in for an emotional rollercoaster of a season.

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