#Rick and Morty#season 3 is finally back after a two-week break. The popular series returned to the small screen via “The Ricklantis Mixup” episode that featured the adventures of the lead characters to the chaotic world of Citadel.

In the upcoming eighth episode, Rick is going to show a secret lab where he stores all the memories of his partner to keep him sound and sane. Based on the #Episode 8 teaser, it looks like the duo is going to get into trouble again.

What to expect in episode eight

Rick and Morty” season 3, episode 8 is totally ditching the inter-dimensional cable element again to focus more on Morty’s mined memories.

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In the official “Morty’s Mind Blowers” trailer, Morty attained an excruciating degree of enlightenment [VIDEO] after he gazed into the Truth Tortoise’s hypnotizing eyes.

Rick will then, help Morty deal with all truths, and he will take him in a hidden room within the portals of their domicile to remove the unscrupulous memoirs. Morty will discover that Rick hauled out heaps of the young boy's harrowing experiences all throughout their journey together.

“This, Morty, is my archive of all the experiences you’ve begged me to remove from your life,” Rick said in the “Rick and Morty” season 3, episode 8 trailer. “I call them “Morty’s Mind Blowers” — and we’ll be doing this instead of inter-dimensional cable,” he went on.

Moving away from inter-dimensional cable element

Series creators Justin Roiland and Dan Harmon previously revealed to Time Magazine that the inter-dimensional cable episode format would not return in the show’s third installment.

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Harmon revealed to the publication that they were not able to incorporate the element in season 3. “The good news is we tried a different take on a somewhat anthological episode,” the “Rick and Morty” creator went on.

Many fans are not really surprised that the management decided to regress from the inter-dimensional cable element. As a matter of fact, avid followers of the Adult Swim series got a hint already from the personification of the episode in the second installment, wherein Rick palpably lamented that they successfully made it on their first attempt.

However, reports suggest that series creators Dan Harmon and Justin Roiland will still adapt some aspects that made the episodes effective and popular despite having a new format.

Rick and Morty” season 3, episode 8 is scheduled to air on Sunday, September 17 on Adult Swim at 11:30 p.m. Stay tuned for more spoilers, news, and updates!