Last we heard, Adult Swim had made T-shirts, and McDonald's promised there would be more sauce "this winter". "And we're excited to announce that starting Monday, February 26, 20 million packets of Szechuan Sauce will be available across all US McDonald's restaurants with a qualifying purchase, while supplies last (which this time around, we hope is a while)".
After frenzied fans petitioned for a return of the sauce, McDonalds announced its decision to bring back the Szechuan for one day in October, alongside Buttermilk Crispy Tenders. As part of the marketing for the film, McDonald's released a limited time Szechuan teriyaki dipping sauce that came with the chicken McNuggets. We did not anticipate the overnight crowds, the cross-state travel and the unbelievable curiosity, passion and energy fans showed.
McDonald's is bringing back its Szechuan sauce - and lots of it. "Furious diehard fans formed outside restaurants chanting "we want sauce" and holding signs that read "#GiveUsTheSauce".
McDonald's knows how dark things can get when locations don't have enough sauce to meet customers' demand - specifically, the demands of "Rick and Morty" fans.
To commemorate this announcement, McDonald's has launched a new website called We Want the Sauce detailing the announcement, along with a podcast that looks into the odd way a sauce released almost 20 years ago has had such a big impact.
For this latest release, the fast food chain says 20 million packets will be available across all U.S. McDonald's restaurants.
The sauce was a limited-time menu item in the 90's.
Almost five months later, McDonald's hopes it has more than enough sauce to reach every USA fan who wants to try it, hopefully without the riots this time.
In one episode, Rick tells Morty that while saving the world, he wasn't motivated by rescuing his family, but rather "that McNugget sauce". The limited batch was at a few McDonald's locations October 7.
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