This Rick and Morty stocking will make your holidays schwifty

Show your geeky side this Christmas with this unique Rick and Morty stocking

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Are you a Rick and Morty fan who has yet to decorate your home for the holidays? If so, you may want to add this unique Christmas stocking to your holiday décor collection.

Inspired by the adult animated sci-fi sitcom created by Justin Roiland and Dan Harmon, the Rick and Morty Portal Printed Stocking features a festive graphic of the cynical mad scientist, Rick Sanchez, and his good-hearted yet fretful grandson, Morty Smith, arriving at their residence via a green portal, just in time for Christmas.

With a bunch of presents and a Christmas tree welcoming them home, Rick flashes a huge smile as he makes his first step into their house. Morty, on the other hand, looks adorably upset, probably because of all the crazy things he had to go through with his grandpa just to get home in one piece for Christmas.

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Distributed by top holiday décor company Kurt S. Adler Inc., the Rick and Morty stocking measures approximately 17-inches tall and comes complete with a portal-green cuff. The one-of-a-kind piece of Christmas ornament is available for purchase at Entertainment Earth for only $13.99.

Other Rick and Morty-themed Christmas décor available at Entertainment Earth include the Rick and Morty Blowmold Figural Ornament Set and the Rick and Morty Pickle Rick Blowmold Ornament, which are both perfect as Christmas tree trinkets. The former costs $10.99, while the latter retails for $4.99.

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Rick and Morty Blowmold Figural Ornament Set
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Rick and Morty Pickle Rick Blowmold Ornament

The 10-episode fifth season of Rick and Morty just ended its run last September. A sixth season of the Adult Swim series had long been confirmed as part of the deal between the network and the show’s producers back in May 2018, which ordered 70 new episodes over an unspecified number of seasons.