As these events transpire, Jerry, feeling insecure about his relationship with Beth, follows her to work after she is called in for a late shift. En route, Jerry finds the road blocked by the chaos created by the mantis-people; when they attempt to force Morty's whereabouts out of him, he escapes and kills them with a shotgun. Arriving at the equine hospital at which Beth works, he finds Beth cornered by her raving, infected co-worker; after Jerry kills him, the two reconcile their marriage.
Hiding from the infected population in the desert, Rick makes a third virus to try and undo all the previous ones. But as the virus was amalgamated from various DNA sources ("Koala, rattlesnake, chimpanzee, cactus, shark, golden retriever, and just a smidge of dinosaur," in Rick's own description), it only further mutates the world's population into barely humanoid blobs. Dubbing the monstrosities "Cronenbergs", Rick decides the situation is beyond repair; rather than make another attempt to fix the world, he instead finds another dimension in which two specific events occurred: alternate versions of themselves successfully created a working antidote, and also died soon afterwards. Rick and Morty enter the new reality, the latter visibly traumatized by the transpired events and his counterpart's gruesome death, and they bury their alternate selves in the backyard before quietly assuming their place, leaving no one but themselves with the knowledge of what has actually occurred.
In a post-credits scene, Jerry, Beth, and Summer being the sole normal humans left in the ruined world, a Cronenberg version of Rick and Morty appear from a dimension where Cronenberg Rick accidentally turned the whole world into normal people.
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