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Wubba Lubba Dub Dub! RickMobile is Moving Down Texas Highways

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One day you’re driving down the highway and look in your rearview mirror. Coming up behind you is what appears to be the backside of a lab coat, perched atop a black truck. Then said vehicle passes you, and you realize it only gets weirder. Officially, you have encountered the Rickmobile.

Named after the animated main character of the show “Rick and Morty” on Adult Swim (the adult-oriented, nighttime programming on the Cartoon Network), this crazy contraption is actually a mobile shop. Currently on its second run crisscrossing the United States, the Rickmobile was in Tyler and Plano during this past May. If you missed it there, then mark your calendars for the remaining Texas stops of the “2018 Don’t Even Trip Road Trip,” including June 22 in Waco, June 23 in Abilene, and June 24 in Lubbock.

Wubba Lubba Dub Dub! RickMobile is Moving Down Texas Highways

Facebook/Rebmat Evol

Visit this pop-up shop inside Rick Sanchez (who comes complete with drool) for exclusive, limited edition (and supply) merchandise including hats, t-shirts, and backpacks. Only credit and debit cards are accepted. Please be aware parking may be limited, and the queue line may be capped. Follow along with the Rickmobile adventures on Twitter and Instagram, @Rickmobile, which will hopefully not include any more received toll tickets. The last stop is scheduled for October 22 in Atlanta, GA.

Wubba Lubba Dub Dub! RickMobile is Moving Down Texas Highways

Facebook/Nick Nitka

“Rick and Morty” debuted in 2013. The science-fiction based series follows the adventures of mad scientist Rick Sanchez, his worry-wart grandson Morty Smith, and many other colorful characters. Popular among young to middle-aged adults, the show ranked first in comedy amongst this age group last year, according to the AV Club. Recently renewed for 70 new episodes, the “Rick and Morty” fan base are happy supporters! Be sure to keep an eye out for the Rickmobile cruising down the highway.