For one day only this Saturday, fans can head to four Chicago McDonald's locations to get a serving of the popular sauce. The stores will also be selling "limited-edition posters". Though, Szechuan Sauce (a Teriyaki sauce) was reportedly a real condiment available at McDonald's in the 1990s to help promote the release of Disney's animated movie, Mulan. During this season's premiere episode, which aired on April's Fool Day, Rick vowed he'd get his hands on his beloved sauce, even if it took nine seasons. The same page contains a description of the Szechuan sauce "personality type" that is filled with vague references to Rick and Morty, but nothing that directly mentions the show or any of its characters. And, Szechuan Sauce and each of the traditional McDonalds sauces will receive special screen printed posters dedicated to each particular sauce.
"It's delicious, but they got rid of it, and now it's gone", Rick says in the episode.
"Guys, we did it. Technology is awesome", said McDonald's Chef Michael Haracz in a news release. Judging by the space portal on the newest poster for the Szechuan Sauce, we can tell a very different cartoon from Mulan inspired the sauce's return this time around.
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"Look at that art, look at the font".
The show-creator, Jack Roiland attempted sending McDonald's a message through his famous show, "Rick and Morty". "If anyone from McDonald's is reading this, I don't see anything wrong with what they're doing, and clearly neither does their legal department". According to photos of old packets, it's made with tomato paste, soy sauce, dried chili peppers, "natural smoke flavor" and a long list of preservatives. It turns out that the fast-food chain is going to fulfill his wishes.