McDonald’s Serves ‘Rick and Morty’ Fans Some More Szechuan Sauce

It’s no secret that McDonald’s’ retired Szechuan sauce is the official condiment of Rick and Morty. For fans who have been waiting for the sweet dipping sauce’s revival, the wait is almost over. The condiment, introduced in 1998 to promote Disney’s Mulan, is coming back to McDonald’s franchises everywhere thanks to the stoner comedy and its unrelenting fans.

A reference to the sauce appeared in the first episode of Rick and Morty’s third season, titled “The Rickshank Redemption.” After the latest season aired, McDonald’s gifted series creators Justin Roiland and Dan Harmon with gallons of Szechuan. In October, the fast food chain teased fans with a limited supply that people went crazy for. McDonald’s tweeted soon after that the sauce would be making a real comeback in the following winter. It appears that they are making good on that promise.

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38 thoughts on “McDonald’s Serves ‘Rick and Morty’ Fans Some More Szechuan Sauce

  1. The current Szechuan sauce is a lie. It's completely different from the original Mulan sauce as seen in Rick and Morty. The original sauce was renamed to Tangy BBQ sauce. Look up the ingredients on the packets and tell me I'm wrong. And yes, this new batch is different from the second batch of the extremely limited Szechuan sauce.

  2. Each restaurant gets 6 cases. There is 250 sauces per case. They were told to hold it in a secure area til Monday Feb. 26th. Once that restaurant finishes it that's it. No more re-orders. So don't think that it's gonna stick around forever. Once it's gone it's gone.

    I give it 2 days.

  3. And kids this is how you write yourself a 10 million dollar check. You ask permission from a corporation to use a defunct minor product of theirs in an episode, you hype it up and then that corporation haa to then turn around and ask you for permission to use the likeness of your characters in thier ad campaign, which you license to them for 10 million dollars.

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