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In a pawn shop in space, Rick buys Morty a sex robot. Soon after, the robot conceives Morty's child, who is half human half alien. Rick and Summer go to the sex robot's planet of origin,Gazorpazorp, to find better suited parents for Morty Jr.

After discovering that the Gazorpazorpian females are the dominant gender on the planet, Rick and Summer discover that the males of this species mature in only days. After breaking a planetary rule, Rick and Summer try and figure out how to escape death. Morty Jr's quick aging teaches Morty about parenting.


  • The title is a reference to the movie "Raising Arizona" starring Nicolas Cage.
    • It is also possibly a reference to the TV sitcom "Raising Hope".
  • This episode reveals more information about Beth's and Jerry's parenting styles. 
  • This episode is full of references to the movie Zardoz. The red color, the floating head, the higher society ruling the lower society, the really weird crime sentences, etc. are examples.
  • This is the first episode where Rick and Summer go on an adventure together.
  • Summer gets an Alien car from the Gazorpazorpian females. It has yet to appear in another episode.
  • When the floating head ship arrives to drop off another group of sex robots, the phrase "Dropping Loads" is broadcast from the head, referencing the catch phrase of porn star Nick Manning.
  • Howard Stern writer Richard Christie provides the voice for the teen-aged Morty Jr.
  • Ma-Sha and another female Gazorpian were voiced by Claudia Black and Virginia Hey, respectively, who previously played aliens together in the cult classic TV series Farscape.
  • The female Gazorpazorpian guards are holding bladed weapons similar to the Vulcan Lirpa from Star Trek.
  • Summer's line "If you think my top is cute, you can not execute." Is a reference to the 1994-1995 OJ Simpson Murder Trials and the quote "If it doesn't fit, you must acquit."
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