Rick and Morty fans rejoice! Szechuan sauce returning to McDonald's

Kelvin Reese
February 23, 2018

"McDonald's is making it right and fans will be able to get the sauce with qualifying purchase distributed across every restaurant in the U.S., while supplies last", wrote the company in an official release. Twenty million packets of the cult favorite will be available across all McDonald's restaurants in the United States beginning Monday, Feb. 26. "That's my one-armed-man, Morty!" a raging Rick tells his frightened grandson.

McDonald's really pissed off Rick and Morty fans last fall.

"The folks in the Bay Area will definitely be able to get their hands on it", a McDonald's brand reputation manager said. Fans were disappointed. People wept.

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McDonald's is capitalizing on the insane popularity of its limited-edition Szechuan sauce with a new website, a podcast - and a promise to release more info (but not the little containers of the stuff itself) this Thursday. The chain also adds that they will also announce how much Szechuan Sauce will be returning like it was a limited edition commodity. Originally released in 1998 to promote the Disney movie Mulan, a 17-year-old packet of Szechuan sauce sold for $99,000 on eBay last April. It's a big step up from the handful of packets of sauce that were shipped to specific locations last time around.

Not like October 7, when thousands of fans went home hungry. Except that the under-estimation of the demand generated situations of quasi-events (the police even sometimes get involved) and a great discontent among the fans of the series. McDonald's is announcing the sauce's return today, February 22. Szechuan Sauce, that is, a long-forgotten Chicken McNuggets dipping sauce thought lost to the sands of time. Lunchtime typically means 10:30 a.m., when the restaurant kitchens start shifting over to the midday menu.

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