Rick And Morty Season 5 Episode 8; Rick and Morty’s all Memories Erased, Release Date and Spoilers

The much-anticipated fifth season of the popular adult comedy animated series, Rick and Morty, premiered in June this year. Adult Swim confirmed the arrival of new season in July 2020, which will consists of 10 episodes. The ten-episode fifth season has already released seven episodes, and fans are eagerly waiting for the next one. However, fans have to wait a little longer to watch Rick and Morty season 5, episode 8.

When can we watch Rick and Morty Season 5 Episode 8?

The upcoming episode will air next Sunday on August 8, 2021. Every new episode of the animated comedy series drops on Sundays at 11/10c p.m. The title of the upcoming episode is Rickternal Friendshine of the Spotless Mort, which will potentially draw an inspiration from 2004’s Michel Gondry-directed romantic film, Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind.

Adult Swim confirmed the episode title back in May 2021 through a post on their official Twitter account.

Where can we watch Rick and Morty Season 5 Episode 8?

Fans will have to tune into Cartoon Network, during Adult Swim’s after-hours programming block, on August 8, 2021, to watch the upcoming eighth episode. They can easily watch on Cartoon Network through cable TV connection. Moreover, you can use your cable TV connection’s credentials to watch the episode anytime on Adult Swim’s official website. You can watch the new episode with cable TV username and password on adultswim.com.

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That’s not only the way, you can watch the new adventure of alcoholic genius scientist and his grandson. You can buy the premium subscriptions of Live TV platforms like YouTube TV, Sling TV, and Hulu + Live TV to stream the new episode. Also, viewers can watch the new episode on Netflix, but it depends on the region you are in.

Rick and Morty Season 5 Episode 7: Quick Recap

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The latest episode, titled Gotron Jerrysis Rickvangelion, played on the tropes of popular Japanese mecha anime series, Neon Genesis Evangelion. Summer has been more involved in rick and Morty’s outer space adventures these days. This episode also focused on space adventure, where the trio are planning a space trip to Boob World. However, on the way to the Boob World, Rick spots a GoTron ferret and cancels the Boob World adventure.

But, Morty was really looking forward to the trip to Boob World, and he seemed disappointed with the change of plan. The episode also hints that something is wrong with Morty because we haven’t seen Morty arguing for stuff like this in a long time. When the fifth season premiered, fans assumed that Morty would be taking more decisions for himself rather than following his narcissist grandfather.

Rick plans new adventure on his own without listening what his grandkids wants, or his family members. Rick then enlists the entire Smith family on his adventure quest to collect five GoTron ferrets. He wants to use the GoTron ferrets to fight against the monsters that often attack earth. Like always, Rick goes overboard during the adventure and puts his life on the harms way.

Meanwhile, Summer learns more about  herself and how her grandfather treats her and what she means to her grandfather.

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Rick and Morty Season 5 Episode 8: Spoilers

As the title suggests, the upcoming episode will have the elements of 2004’s hit romantic movie, Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind. Fans are excited about the upcoming episode as everyone believes someone is going to lose their memories. In the movie the title based on, the main characters don’t remember their romantic past after their memories gets clinically erased.

Rick maybe doing similar experiment with Morty or both may suffer the same incident at the hands of Rick’s million nemesis across the multiverse. The episode looks quite exciting, unless it isn’t about erasing viewers’ memories of past episodes. Justin Roiland, also the show’s co-creator, voices both Rick and Morty. Chris Parnell voices Morty’s father, Jerry Smith, while Sarah Chalke voices Rick’s daughter and Morty’s mom, Beth Smith. Spencer Grammer voices Morty’s sister Summer, who often joins them in their adventure.

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