“Can I take you on a date?” Rick murmurs, and Morty’s cheeks turn pink.
He turns to face his boyfriend, gaze appreciatively raking over his body as the warm water of the shower pours over the older mans body. Morty bites his lip.
“Y- You want to take me on a date?” He murmurs, and Rick nods his head.
“I do. I- I just want to make sure you’re comfortable with it.” His hand lifts, fingertips gently touching Morty’s cheek, the look of absolute adoration in the older mans eyes making Morty’s knees weak. “We don’t have to hide anymore.” He whispers.
Morty’s heart jumps embarrassingly, and when he feels tears pricking his eyes he hides his face in his boyfriends chest.
“I love you.” He whispers. “I’d love to go on a date with you.”
Rick’s fingers find Morty’s chin and he tips it up, swooping down and pressing their lips together.
“Nothing is ever going to tear us apart.” He promises, and Morty nods his head immediately. “Rick and Morty, forever and ever.”
“100 years.” Morty agrees, eyes shining with undisguised love for the older man.
Rick grins, and then chuckles and drops to his knees. Morty’s face ignites red.
“Try to keep your balance.” He murmurs.