'Rick and Morty' Creator Hints at Season 4 'Interdimensional Cable' Episode

Justin Roiland, the voice of both Rick and Morty, is back in the booth recording improvisational ramblings for a potential "Interdimensional Cable" episode for Rick and Morty Season 4.

On Saturday, Roiland posted a photo to Instagram with the caption "Idc3 (maybe)," a reference to two previous episodes of Rick and Morty.

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While stopping just short of confirming an "Interdimensional Cable" episode would be part of Rick and Morty Season 4, Roiland's post at least suggests that one episode of Season 4 will continue the ongoing tradition of improv and vignette skits that have comprised at least one episode per season.

The tradition began in the Rick and Morty Season 1 episode "Rixty Minutes," when Rick modified the Smith family cable box to capture broadcasts from multiple parallel dimensions. Rather than an elaborate, episode-length plot, "Rixty Minutes" instead focused on channel-surfing, clicking through to multi-species A-Team knockoff Ball Fondlers, a cop show parody about a detective with baby legs and a cartoon starring a misanthropic Garfield with his name changed to Gazorpazorpfield.

Interdimensional cable returned in Season with "Interdimensional Cable 2: Tempting Fate," which moved the action to an alien hospital's waiting room. Season 3 ditched Interdimensional cable, instead introducing a new format for a rapid-fire, short segments episode—"Morty's Mind Blowers," a collection of traumatic and inconvenient memories Rick erased from Morty's brain.

Roiland's "(maybe)" might suggest that Season 4 will include an episode with multiple sketches, but they're not yet certain whether it will be "Interdimensional Cable" or a "Morty's Mind Blowers" episode.

Earlier in January, producers at Bardel Entertainment in Vancouver, Canada revealed that animation on Rick and Morty Season 4 has begun. We've also seen glimpses into the series' writers room, including their obsession with the movie 27 Dresses and pictures of new episode scripts. There's also a lot of this going on:

Behind the scenes of R&M Season 4@michaelwaldron and @pizzasauceboss slowing down the writing process.
Looking forward to seeing this tweet in Newsweek. pic.twitter.com/WiEeVxwRIP

— Mike McMahan (@MikeMcMahanTM) January 31, 2019

While nothing official has been revealed from Rick and Morty Season 4, one of the season's guest voices has been revealed: Jurassic Park and Possession's Sam Neill.

Rick and Morty Season 4 doesn't yet have a release date, but may include more episodes than previous seasons, with plans to produce 14 episodes, co-creator Dan Harmon told Entertainment Weekly. Season 4 is just the beginning for Rick and Morty, which was renewed for 70 episodes in 2018.