In Rick and Morty season 5, Jerry receives the most brutal punishment, and he is a saint full of pain and torture that is sure to please Rick.

WARNING: The following contains spoilers for Rick and Morty Season 5, Episode 2, “Mortiplicity,” which aired Sunday on Adult Swim.

In season 5 of Rick and mortyIt initially seemed that things were finally going well for Jerry Smith. In the past he was ridiculed by the family and even divorced by Beth, but as his escapades from Nimbus show, Jerry is becoming braver and more comfortable in his own skin. However, Rick and morty Season 5, Episode 2, “Mortiplicity” gets him back by giving Jerry the most brutal punishment of all time, and he’s holy.

It is true that he is not the main Jerry, who is out of the world with Rick and his family, but a Pinocchio-like Jerry made by the scientist. Rick created a group of decoy families for his enemies to hunt down, and this Jerry is helping the rebellion with his puppet family. However, when the deadly squid (other Smith decoys) arrive, they lay siege to the place.

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Sadly, Pinocchio Jerry abandons everyone to die, citing that there isn’t enough wood veneer for the family. It fits his cowardice in so many episodes, and it’s not something to be surprised about, as this is clearly a weak, selfish, and insecure Jerry. The post-credits, however, offer instant karma as you float down a stream, peacefully thinking that you are safe from war.

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Unfortunately, the beavers find him, kidnap him, and make Jerry part of their prey. They have ripped him to pieces, using his stomach as a crib full of baby grass. However, as time passes and the water level rises, Jerry thinks he will drown, thanking God for the “sweet death.”

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However, he wakes up years later on earth after the river runs dry. A dolphin person finds him, calling Jerry “a relic of a kinder time,” with his fellow woodpecker and then pecking at the puppet. This leads to Jerry being used as a headdress on a fancy bar mirror. It’s a Wild West setting, and Jerry is in awe that he’s in a living room with alien cowboys. As he speaks, the shocked creatures put an end to their “sorcery.” The mirror is lowered and burned, which concludes with Jerry becoming a religious tool in a post-apocalyptic future.

He is upset that it is Christianity again, revealing that it is part of a cross where a Jesus-like figure is being crucified. He is surprised to see that society went from cowboys to this, ending with people throwing fruit at him. Jerry is screaming, upset that he can’t die and saying that this is “the worst thing that ever happened to him”, which means that Rick has taken revenge on a version of his inadequate son-in-law.

Rick and Morty star in the voices of Justin Roiland, Chris Parnell, Spencer Grammer, and Sarah Chalke. The new episodes air Sundays at 11 p.m. ET on Adult Swim.

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