"In addition, after almost 20 years (and perhaps a bit of time travel) we're even doing the impossible..."
It's been nearly 20 years since the sauce saw the light of day. Well he doesn't have to go very far, bcause McDonalds is bringing the sauce back.
On Oct 7, together with the collectible sauce-themed posters, we're also giving away a one-time only, limited-edition, run of Szechuan Sauce in select restaurants.
A McDonald's spokesperson confirmed the fabled sauce's imminent release and said they'd be in touch "with more details soon".
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Availability of the Szechuan Sauce is limited to certain restaurants, and you need to check the website to see where you have to go to get yours. When is McDonalds Szechuan Sauce coming back, and for how long? Haracz tweeted, including a low-key reference to another Rick and Morty episode in which a giant floating alien head demands Earth's inhabitants "show me what you got" in the form of a musical competition.
McDonald's has just announced that the much-adored, yet short-lived, Szechuan dipping sauce will finally return to select restaurant locations, for one day only, on October 7 - and it's all due to an episode of "Rick and Morty", plus mounting demands from fans across social media.
"Sometimes, their impulsivity can get them into all sorts of hijinks, but their mad genius is their portal out of trouble", it reads. "Even if it takes nine seasons!" But when season three started in earnest a few months later, the company was ready with a special Szechuan Sauce giveaway. Szechuan sauce was previously only available for a limited time in 1998 to promote the Disney movie "Mulan".
Reaction to the move has ranged from "Wubba Luba Dub Dub!" to "Tiny Rick!" because Rick and Morty fans like to talk about smart they are but then just spout mindless catchphrases. At first, the chain did almost nothing - it tweeted the words "McNugga Lubba Dub Dub" in a reply to @RickandMorty.