Rick and Morty is halfway through its fourth season but is currently taking a little break before any other episodes hit the air. That being said, the series about the universe’s smartest man and his idiot grandson has already produced three and a half seasons worth of comedic gold that audiences everywhere have fallen in love with.

With some time to spare before the show returns (and then, undoubtedly, another long wait before the next season starts) we decided to look back on one of the series best episodes to date, “Morty’s Mind Blowers.” The episode that replaced inter-dimensional cable for the third season was an instant hit, so let’s take a look at the top 10 Morty’s mind blowers’ memories.

Morty’s Montage

This wasn’t one memory, it was scores of them. At the end of the episode when Morty had already experienced over a dozen lost memories that Rick had zapped out of his brain, he began a montage clip by showing us brief glimpses of almost a dozen more erased memories.

The barely-there scenes included a cavalcade of freaky adventures or experiments that had gone horribly wrong and needed removing from Morty’s psyche, such as a dead-Santa, Morty getting his hand chopped off, a clever Ghostbusters reference, and many more.

Anything Magnet

Don’t lie to yourself - you would have done the exact same thing. Rick was never one to shy away from creating useful inventions that made his life infinitely easier, but the “Anything Magnet” is one of the best he’s ever come up with.

The invention does exactly what it sounds like it would do - you type in what you want and the magnet ‘attracts’ whatever you typed in, sending it flying your way. However, Morty saw his chance and took it and decided to type ‘girls’ into the device, resulting in a dozen females soaring into Rick’s garage. Rick must have deleted this memory because there’s no way Morty wanted it gone.

Morty’s Menagerie

We’re not exactly sure who was holding Rick and Morty captive, but it’s safe to say that the sentient being was not one to be messed with since it seemed to be keeping a sample of every other life-form in the universe as a pet.

Now, Rick was able to use his genius to worm their way out of it, but not before taking a risk and sending a coded message to a team of scientists on earth to save them - and then tricking them into staying behind in Rick and Morty’s stead so that the sentient being wouldn’t notice that anything was different. This memory was as cold as it was hilarious and we understand why Morty might have wanted this one gone.

Beth Picks Summer

If a parent has more than one child, they have a favorite. They’d never, ever admit it unless they were being threatened by an evil, space monster, but luckily most mothers don’t have to worry about that scenario. Unlucky for Beth, she’s the one mother who does have to worry about it since she and her children were somehow captured by what was most likely an enemy of Ricks.

The creature tells Beth that she must choose which of her children she’s going to save from death, and without a second of hesitation she blurted out Summer’s name, leaving Morty completely high-and-dry. Rick dropped in and saved the day, but damn, that was cold.

Morty’s Interrogation

Warning: the picture above is technically NSFW and should be blurred out, but apparently alien-genitalia is allowed to be shown on the internet with no consequences. It’s a good thing that this memory was erased from Morty’s mind because it would have given anybody nightmares for the remainder of their life.

Rick and Morty have some sort of slimy, alien tied to a chair as they interrogate him when Rick implies that Morty should grab, squeeze, and yank the sacks under the alien’s chin. Morty thinks that he’s torturing the alien, but it turns out that he was doing something very different as the alien begins to wiggle with erotic glee. This may have been hysterical, but yuck.

Experiencing True Level

Every contractor on earth has some explaining to do because apparently Rick Sanchez is the only person in the entire universe who knows what “true level” actually is. It’s no secret that Rick loves to put down anybody within earshot, but he especially loves to torment his grandson about how much he doesn’t know, including the erased-memory when he reprimanded Morty for using a level measuring tool.

Rick spent an entire day making a tiny square-patch in his garage into a “true level” surface and it effectively ruined Morty’s entire perception of reality. You’re crazy if you don’t want to experience true level.

The Light Switch Incident

How hard is it to flip the correct light switch? Morty might not have the intelligence of his grandfather, but he botched this particular memory when he ended up causing the deaths of quite a few people that Rick was experimenting on.

When Rick asks Morty to flip a certain light switch in the next room, the audience hears two distinct clicks before the lights go out, prompting Rick to decipher that Morty flipped the wrong switch first. When Morty admits this is true, Rick silently flies them to an alien storage center where nearly a dozen hooked up to machines have flat-lined. Grab a shovel, Morty, and don’t touch any light switches.

The Whole Enchilada

In all fairness, that was a ton of conclusive evidence. Rick and Morty have encountered hundreds of different alien life-forms throughout their adventures, but one of the oddest was when they were confronted by Floop Floopian, an alien whose species believed that being killed by a mighty warrior was the only way to reach eternal salvation.

Ready to be killed by Rick, Morty divulges to Floop Floopian that it must be nice to know that there’s an afterlife waiting for him - to which Floopian realizes he has no proof and runs off in an attempt to not get murdered. Unfortunately, the alien was then hit by a car and consequently dragged to hell by evil spirits. Again, that seemed like a lot of proof.

Bebo’s Sacrifice

One of the funniest memories that Morty had blown from his mind was one that ended up being completely pointless. Rick and Morty found themselves on a distant planet (no surprise there) when Rick noticed that the sun was going down and began freaking out since the planet sunk to deadly temperatures at night.

Without even thinking, Rick decided that they needed to slice open Bebo (a never-before-mentioned-pet) and use his internal body-heat for warmth. Morty cried while he crawled inside of his fury-friend, only to find out that they weren’t on the planet Rick thought they were, resulting in Bebo’s death being totally needless. Sidenote: couldn’t they have just used the portal-gun to get away? R.I.P Bebo, we hardly knew you.

CIA Squirrels

You f***** with squirrels, Morty! To be fair, if Rick knew about the squirrels then he should have never given Morty a device that allowed him to hear the thoughts of animals, but we digress because this was easily the funniest and most memorable of Morty’s blown memories (ironic).

As we stated, Morty asked Rick to build him an invention that let him hear animals’ thoughts, then walked around the neighborhood listening to the birds and the insects… and the squirrels. As it turns out, all squirrels are part of a secret organization that’s set on taking over the globe, and Morty was able to listen in on their plans. Pack up your stuff, Morty, we’ve got to find a new universe.