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‘Rick and Morty’ Fans Want McDonald’s to Bring Back ‘Mulan’ Dipping Sauce

‘Rick and Morty’ Fans Want McDonald’s to Bring Back ‘Mulan’ Dipping Sauce


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The reference to the special sauce in the first episode has the TV show’s fans fired up

Some fans are even turning to their local McDonald’s to request the sauce.


Rick & Morty are finally back after 18 months! @McDonalds bring the Szechuan dipping sauce back! #FREERICK #RickandMorty #Season3 #szechuan pic.twitter.com/LKPh9jhSYQ

— Kris Nation (@KrisNation) April 4, 2017

Last weekend, Adult Swim released the long-awaited season three premiere of Rick and Morty with a surprise episode playing on loop for April Fools’ Day. Although fans finally got what they wanted, they’re now turning to McDonald’s to bring back Szechuan McNugget dipping sauce, which debuted in 1998 for the premiere of the Disney film Mulan.

According to Mashable, fans are adamant about the return of the dipping sauce, which is mentioned in the episode, and have even created petitions on Change.org to have McDonald’s bring back the special sauce. One petition has even gained more than 15,000 signatures.

Fans have also taken to Twitter to ask the fast-food chain to bring back the sauce, and has even prompted a brief response from McDonald’s.


@RickandMorty [email protected] McNugga Lubba Dub Dub.

— McDonald's (@McDonalds) April 2, 2017

A remake of Mulan is also set to hit theaters next year, so maybe the return of the sauce isn’t as far-fetched as you might think.


Fans of Rick and Morty want McDonald's to bring back its Szechuan dipping sauce

Cult cartoon comedy Rick and Morty has fired up nostalgia for a long-discontinued McDonald’s condiment.

Fans of the Cartoon Network program have been creating a buzz online since the season three premiere, released unexpectedly on April 1, referenced a “Szechuan dipping sauce” offered by the fast food chain almost two decades ago, Mashable reports. In the episode, eponymous mad scientist Rick Sanchez promises “nine more seasons until I get that dipping Sichuan sauce… or 97 more years.”

The sauce was briefly served alongside McNuggets in 1998 to promote Disney’s animated feature Mulan, adapted from the Chinese legend of woman warrior Hua Mulan.

Although Mulan herself hailed from northern China, far from present-day Sichuan province, the sauce is said to have combined the similarly un-Sichuanese tastes of sweet-and-sour and BBQ sauce, according to nostalgic Reddit users.

More than 11,000 people have already signed a petition demanding the product’s return, and social media chatter even prompted a tweet from McDonald’s official Twitter account.

With a live-action version of Mulan expected to hit cinemas next year, many hoped that a re-introduction of the much-missed sauce could be forthcoming.


Fans of Rick and Morty want McDonald's to bring back its Szechuan dipping sauce

Cult cartoon comedy Rick and Morty has fired up nostalgia for a long-discontinued McDonald’s condiment.

Fans of the Cartoon Network program have been creating a buzz online since the season three premiere, released unexpectedly on April 1, referenced a “Szechuan dipping sauce” offered by the fast food chain almost two decades ago, Mashable reports. In the episode, eponymous mad scientist Rick Sanchez promises “nine more seasons until I get that dipping Sichuan sauce… or 97 more years.”

The sauce was briefly served alongside McNuggets in 1998 to promote Disney’s animated feature Mulan, adapted from the Chinese legend of woman warrior Hua Mulan.

Although Mulan herself hailed from northern China, far from present-day Sichuan province, the sauce is said to have combined the similarly un-Sichuanese tastes of sweet-and-sour and BBQ sauce, according to nostalgic Reddit users.

More than 11,000 people have already signed a petition demanding the product’s return, and social media chatter even prompted a tweet from McDonald’s official Twitter account.

With a live-action version of Mulan expected to hit cinemas next year, many hoped that a re-introduction of the much-missed sauce could be forthcoming.


Fans of Rick and Morty want McDonald's to bring back its Szechuan dipping sauce

Cult cartoon comedy Rick and Morty has fired up nostalgia for a long-discontinued McDonald’s condiment.

Fans of the Cartoon Network program have been creating a buzz online since the season three premiere, released unexpectedly on April 1, referenced a “Szechuan dipping sauce” offered by the fast food chain almost two decades ago, Mashable reports. In the episode, eponymous mad scientist Rick Sanchez promises “nine more seasons until I get that dipping Sichuan sauce… or 97 more years.”

The sauce was briefly served alongside McNuggets in 1998 to promote Disney’s animated feature Mulan, adapted from the Chinese legend of woman warrior Hua Mulan.

Although Mulan herself hailed from northern China, far from present-day Sichuan province, the sauce is said to have combined the similarly un-Sichuanese tastes of sweet-and-sour and BBQ sauce, according to nostalgic Reddit users.

More than 11,000 people have already signed a petition demanding the product’s return, and social media chatter even prompted a tweet from McDonald’s official Twitter account.

With a live-action version of Mulan expected to hit cinemas next year, many hoped that a re-introduction of the much-missed sauce could be forthcoming.


Fans of Rick and Morty want McDonald's to bring back its Szechuan dipping sauce

Cult cartoon comedy Rick and Morty has fired up nostalgia for a long-discontinued McDonald’s condiment.

Fans of the Cartoon Network program have been creating a buzz online since the season three premiere, released unexpectedly on April 1, referenced a “Szechuan dipping sauce” offered by the fast food chain almost two decades ago, Mashable reports. In the episode, eponymous mad scientist Rick Sanchez promises “nine more seasons until I get that dipping Sichuan sauce… or 97 more years.”

The sauce was briefly served alongside McNuggets in 1998 to promote Disney’s animated feature Mulan, adapted from the Chinese legend of woman warrior Hua Mulan.

Although Mulan herself hailed from northern China, far from present-day Sichuan province, the sauce is said to have combined the similarly un-Sichuanese tastes of sweet-and-sour and BBQ sauce, according to nostalgic Reddit users.

More than 11,000 people have already signed a petition demanding the product’s return, and social media chatter even prompted a tweet from McDonald’s official Twitter account.

With a live-action version of Mulan expected to hit cinemas next year, many hoped that a re-introduction of the much-missed sauce could be forthcoming.


Fans of Rick and Morty want McDonald's to bring back its Szechuan dipping sauce

Cult cartoon comedy Rick and Morty has fired up nostalgia for a long-discontinued McDonald’s condiment.

Fans of the Cartoon Network program have been creating a buzz online since the season three premiere, released unexpectedly on April 1, referenced a “Szechuan dipping sauce” offered by the fast food chain almost two decades ago, Mashable reports. In the episode, eponymous mad scientist Rick Sanchez promises “nine more seasons until I get that dipping Sichuan sauce… or 97 more years.”

The sauce was briefly served alongside McNuggets in 1998 to promote Disney’s animated feature Mulan, adapted from the Chinese legend of woman warrior Hua Mulan.

Although Mulan herself hailed from northern China, far from present-day Sichuan province, the sauce is said to have combined the similarly un-Sichuanese tastes of sweet-and-sour and BBQ sauce, according to nostalgic Reddit users.

More than 11,000 people have already signed a petition demanding the product’s return, and social media chatter even prompted a tweet from McDonald’s official Twitter account.

With a live-action version of Mulan expected to hit cinemas next year, many hoped that a re-introduction of the much-missed sauce could be forthcoming.


Fans of Rick and Morty want McDonald's to bring back its Szechuan dipping sauce

Cult cartoon comedy Rick and Morty has fired up nostalgia for a long-discontinued McDonald’s condiment.

Fans of the Cartoon Network program have been creating a buzz online since the season three premiere, released unexpectedly on April 1, referenced a “Szechuan dipping sauce” offered by the fast food chain almost two decades ago, Mashable reports. In the episode, eponymous mad scientist Rick Sanchez promises “nine more seasons until I get that dipping Sichuan sauce… or 97 more years.”

The sauce was briefly served alongside McNuggets in 1998 to promote Disney’s animated feature Mulan, adapted from the Chinese legend of woman warrior Hua Mulan.

Although Mulan herself hailed from northern China, far from present-day Sichuan province, the sauce is said to have combined the similarly un-Sichuanese tastes of sweet-and-sour and BBQ sauce, according to nostalgic Reddit users.

More than 11,000 people have already signed a petition demanding the product’s return, and social media chatter even prompted a tweet from McDonald’s official Twitter account.

With a live-action version of Mulan expected to hit cinemas next year, many hoped that a re-introduction of the much-missed sauce could be forthcoming.


Fans of Rick and Morty want McDonald's to bring back its Szechuan dipping sauce

Cult cartoon comedy Rick and Morty has fired up nostalgia for a long-discontinued McDonald’s condiment.

Fans of the Cartoon Network program have been creating a buzz online since the season three premiere, released unexpectedly on April 1, referenced a “Szechuan dipping sauce” offered by the fast food chain almost two decades ago, Mashable reports. In the episode, eponymous mad scientist Rick Sanchez promises “nine more seasons until I get that dipping Sichuan sauce… or 97 more years.”

The sauce was briefly served alongside McNuggets in 1998 to promote Disney’s animated feature Mulan, adapted from the Chinese legend of woman warrior Hua Mulan.

Although Mulan herself hailed from northern China, far from present-day Sichuan province, the sauce is said to have combined the similarly un-Sichuanese tastes of sweet-and-sour and BBQ sauce, according to nostalgic Reddit users.

More than 11,000 people have already signed a petition demanding the product’s return, and social media chatter even prompted a tweet from McDonald’s official Twitter account.

With a live-action version of Mulan expected to hit cinemas next year, many hoped that a re-introduction of the much-missed sauce could be forthcoming.


Fans of Rick and Morty want McDonald's to bring back its Szechuan dipping sauce

Cult cartoon comedy Rick and Morty has fired up nostalgia for a long-discontinued McDonald’s condiment.

Fans of the Cartoon Network program have been creating a buzz online since the season three premiere, released unexpectedly on April 1, referenced a “Szechuan dipping sauce” offered by the fast food chain almost two decades ago, Mashable reports. In the episode, eponymous mad scientist Rick Sanchez promises “nine more seasons until I get that dipping Sichuan sauce… or 97 more years.”

The sauce was briefly served alongside McNuggets in 1998 to promote Disney’s animated feature Mulan, adapted from the Chinese legend of woman warrior Hua Mulan.

Although Mulan herself hailed from northern China, far from present-day Sichuan province, the sauce is said to have combined the similarly un-Sichuanese tastes of sweet-and-sour and BBQ sauce, according to nostalgic Reddit users.

More than 11,000 people have already signed a petition demanding the product’s return, and social media chatter even prompted a tweet from McDonald’s official Twitter account.

With a live-action version of Mulan expected to hit cinemas next year, many hoped that a re-introduction of the much-missed sauce could be forthcoming.


Fans of Rick and Morty want McDonald's to bring back its Szechuan dipping sauce

Cult cartoon comedy Rick and Morty has fired up nostalgia for a long-discontinued McDonald’s condiment.

Fans of the Cartoon Network program have been creating a buzz online since the season three premiere, released unexpectedly on April 1, referenced a “Szechuan dipping sauce” offered by the fast food chain almost two decades ago, Mashable reports. In the episode, eponymous mad scientist Rick Sanchez promises “nine more seasons until I get that dipping Sichuan sauce… or 97 more years.”

The sauce was briefly served alongside McNuggets in 1998 to promote Disney’s animated feature Mulan, adapted from the Chinese legend of woman warrior Hua Mulan.

Although Mulan herself hailed from northern China, far from present-day Sichuan province, the sauce is said to have combined the similarly un-Sichuanese tastes of sweet-and-sour and BBQ sauce, according to nostalgic Reddit users.

More than 11,000 people have already signed a petition demanding the product’s return, and social media chatter even prompted a tweet from McDonald’s official Twitter account.

With a live-action version of Mulan expected to hit cinemas next year, many hoped that a re-introduction of the much-missed sauce could be forthcoming.


Fans of Rick and Morty want McDonald's to bring back its Szechuan dipping sauce

Cult cartoon comedy Rick and Morty has fired up nostalgia for a long-discontinued McDonald’s condiment.

Fans of the Cartoon Network program have been creating a buzz online since the season three premiere, released unexpectedly on April 1, referenced a “Szechuan dipping sauce” offered by the fast food chain almost two decades ago, Mashable reports. In the episode, eponymous mad scientist Rick Sanchez promises “nine more seasons until I get that dipping Sichuan sauce… or 97 more years.”

The sauce was briefly served alongside McNuggets in 1998 to promote Disney’s animated feature Mulan, adapted from the Chinese legend of woman warrior Hua Mulan.

Although Mulan herself hailed from northern China, far from present-day Sichuan province, the sauce is said to have combined the similarly un-Sichuanese tastes of sweet-and-sour and BBQ sauce, according to nostalgic Reddit users.

More than 11,000 people have already signed a petition demanding the product’s return, and social media chatter even prompted a tweet from McDonald’s official Twitter account.

With a live-action version of Mulan expected to hit cinemas next year, many hoped that a re-introduction of the much-missed sauce could be forthcoming.


Fans of Rick and Morty want McDonald's to bring back its Szechuan dipping sauce

Cult cartoon comedy Rick and Morty has fired up nostalgia for a long-discontinued McDonald’s condiment.

Fans of the Cartoon Network program have been creating a buzz online since the season three premiere, released unexpectedly on April 1, referenced a “Szechuan dipping sauce” offered by the fast food chain almost two decades ago, Mashable reports. In the episode, eponymous mad scientist Rick Sanchez promises “nine more seasons until I get that dipping Sichuan sauce… or 97 more years.”

The sauce was briefly served alongside McNuggets in 1998 to promote Disney’s animated feature Mulan, adapted from the Chinese legend of woman warrior Hua Mulan.

Although Mulan herself hailed from northern China, far from present-day Sichuan province, the sauce is said to have combined the similarly un-Sichuanese tastes of sweet-and-sour and BBQ sauce, according to nostalgic Reddit users.

More than 11,000 people have already signed a petition demanding the product’s return, and social media chatter even prompted a tweet from McDonald’s official Twitter account.

With a live-action version of Mulan expected to hit cinemas next year, many hoped that a re-introduction of the much-missed sauce could be forthcoming.


Fans of Rick and Morty want McDonald's to bring back its Szechuan dipping sauce

Cult cartoon comedy Rick and Morty has fired up nostalgia for a long-discontinued McDonald’s condiment.

Fans of the Cartoon Network program have been creating a buzz online since the season three premiere, released unexpectedly on April 1, referenced a “Szechuan dipping sauce” offered by the fast food chain almost two decades ago, Mashable reports. In the episode, eponymous mad scientist Rick Sanchez promises “nine more seasons until I get that dipping Sichuan sauce… or 97 more years.”

The sauce was briefly served alongside McNuggets in 1998 to promote Disney’s animated feature Mulan, adapted from the Chinese legend of woman warrior Hua Mulan.

Although Mulan herself hailed from northern China, far from present-day Sichuan province, the sauce is said to have combined the similarly un-Sichuanese tastes of sweet-and-sour and BBQ sauce, according to nostalgic Reddit users.

More than 11,000 people have already signed a petition demanding the product’s return, and social media chatter even prompted a tweet from McDonald’s official Twitter account.

With a live-action version of Mulan expected to hit cinemas next year, many hoped that a re-introduction of the much-missed sauce could be forthcoming.


Fans of Rick and Morty want McDonald's to bring back its Szechuan dipping sauce

Cult cartoon comedy Rick and Morty has fired up nostalgia for a long-discontinued McDonald’s condiment.

Fans of the Cartoon Network program have been creating a buzz online since the season three premiere, released unexpectedly on April 1, referenced a “Szechuan dipping sauce” offered by the fast food chain almost two decades ago, Mashable reports. In the episode, eponymous mad scientist Rick Sanchez promises “nine more seasons until I get that dipping Sichuan sauce… or 97 more years.”

The sauce was briefly served alongside McNuggets in 1998 to promote Disney’s animated feature Mulan, adapted from the Chinese legend of woman warrior Hua Mulan.

Although Mulan herself hailed from northern China, far from present-day Sichuan province, the sauce is said to have combined the similarly un-Sichuanese tastes of sweet-and-sour and BBQ sauce, according to nostalgic Reddit users.

More than 11,000 people have already signed a petition demanding the product’s return, and social media chatter even prompted a tweet from McDonald’s official Twitter account.

With a live-action version of Mulan expected to hit cinemas next year, many hoped that a re-introduction of the much-missed sauce could be forthcoming.


Fans of Rick and Morty want McDonald's to bring back its Szechuan dipping sauce

Cult cartoon comedy Rick and Morty has fired up nostalgia for a long-discontinued McDonald’s condiment.

Fans of the Cartoon Network program have been creating a buzz online since the season three premiere, released unexpectedly on April 1, referenced a “Szechuan dipping sauce” offered by the fast food chain almost two decades ago, Mashable reports. In the episode, eponymous mad scientist Rick Sanchez promises “nine more seasons until I get that dipping Sichuan sauce… or 97 more years.”

The sauce was briefly served alongside McNuggets in 1998 to promote Disney’s animated feature Mulan, adapted from the Chinese legend of woman warrior Hua Mulan.

Although Mulan herself hailed from northern China, far from present-day Sichuan province, the sauce is said to have combined the similarly un-Sichuanese tastes of sweet-and-sour and BBQ sauce, according to nostalgic Reddit users.

More than 11,000 people have already signed a petition demanding the product’s return, and social media chatter even prompted a tweet from McDonald’s official Twitter account.

With a live-action version of Mulan expected to hit cinemas next year, many hoped that a re-introduction of the much-missed sauce could be forthcoming.


Fans of Rick and Morty want McDonald's to bring back its Szechuan dipping sauce

Cult cartoon comedy Rick and Morty has fired up nostalgia for a long-discontinued McDonald’s condiment.

Fans of the Cartoon Network program have been creating a buzz online since the season three premiere, released unexpectedly on April 1, referenced a “Szechuan dipping sauce” offered by the fast food chain almost two decades ago, Mashable reports. In the episode, eponymous mad scientist Rick Sanchez promises “nine more seasons until I get that dipping Sichuan sauce… or 97 more years.”

The sauce was briefly served alongside McNuggets in 1998 to promote Disney’s animated feature Mulan, adapted from the Chinese legend of woman warrior Hua Mulan.

Although Mulan herself hailed from northern China, far from present-day Sichuan province, the sauce is said to have combined the similarly un-Sichuanese tastes of sweet-and-sour and BBQ sauce, according to nostalgic Reddit users.

More than 11,000 people have already signed a petition demanding the product’s return, and social media chatter even prompted a tweet from McDonald’s official Twitter account.

With a live-action version of Mulan expected to hit cinemas next year, many hoped that a re-introduction of the much-missed sauce could be forthcoming.


Fans of Rick and Morty want McDonald's to bring back its Szechuan dipping sauce

Cult cartoon comedy Rick and Morty has fired up nostalgia for a long-discontinued McDonald’s condiment.

Fans of the Cartoon Network program have been creating a buzz online since the season three premiere, released unexpectedly on April 1, referenced a “Szechuan dipping sauce” offered by the fast food chain almost two decades ago, Mashable reports. In the episode, eponymous mad scientist Rick Sanchez promises “nine more seasons until I get that dipping Sichuan sauce… or 97 more years.”

The sauce was briefly served alongside McNuggets in 1998 to promote Disney’s animated feature Mulan, adapted from the Chinese legend of woman warrior Hua Mulan.

Although Mulan herself hailed from northern China, far from present-day Sichuan province, the sauce is said to have combined the similarly un-Sichuanese tastes of sweet-and-sour and BBQ sauce, according to nostalgic Reddit users.

More than 11,000 people have already signed a petition demanding the product’s return, and social media chatter even prompted a tweet from McDonald’s official Twitter account.

With a live-action version of Mulan expected to hit cinemas next year, many hoped that a re-introduction of the much-missed sauce could be forthcoming.


Fans of Rick and Morty want McDonald's to bring back its Szechuan dipping sauce

Cult cartoon comedy Rick and Morty has fired up nostalgia for a long-discontinued McDonald’s condiment.

Fans of the Cartoon Network program have been creating a buzz online since the season three premiere, released unexpectedly on April 1, referenced a “Szechuan dipping sauce” offered by the fast food chain almost two decades ago, Mashable reports. In the episode, eponymous mad scientist Rick Sanchez promises “nine more seasons until I get that dipping Sichuan sauce… or 97 more years.”

The sauce was briefly served alongside McNuggets in 1998 to promote Disney’s animated feature Mulan, adapted from the Chinese legend of woman warrior Hua Mulan.

Although Mulan herself hailed from northern China, far from present-day Sichuan province, the sauce is said to have combined the similarly un-Sichuanese tastes of sweet-and-sour and BBQ sauce, according to nostalgic Reddit users.

More than 11,000 people have already signed a petition demanding the product’s return, and social media chatter even prompted a tweet from McDonald’s official Twitter account.

With a live-action version of Mulan expected to hit cinemas next year, many hoped that a re-introduction of the much-missed sauce could be forthcoming.


Fans of Rick and Morty want McDonald's to bring back its Szechuan dipping sauce

Cult cartoon comedy Rick and Morty has fired up nostalgia for a long-discontinued McDonald’s condiment.

Fans of the Cartoon Network program have been creating a buzz online since the season three premiere, released unexpectedly on April 1, referenced a “Szechuan dipping sauce” offered by the fast food chain almost two decades ago, Mashable reports. In the episode, eponymous mad scientist Rick Sanchez promises “nine more seasons until I get that dipping Sichuan sauce… or 97 more years.”

The sauce was briefly served alongside McNuggets in 1998 to promote Disney’s animated feature Mulan, adapted from the Chinese legend of woman warrior Hua Mulan.

Although Mulan herself hailed from northern China, far from present-day Sichuan province, the sauce is said to have combined the similarly un-Sichuanese tastes of sweet-and-sour and BBQ sauce, according to nostalgic Reddit users.

More than 11,000 people have already signed a petition demanding the product’s return, and social media chatter even prompted a tweet from McDonald’s official Twitter account.

With a live-action version of Mulan expected to hit cinemas next year, many hoped that a re-introduction of the much-missed sauce could be forthcoming.


Fans of Rick and Morty want McDonald's to bring back its Szechuan dipping sauce

Cult cartoon comedy Rick and Morty has fired up nostalgia for a long-discontinued McDonald’s condiment.

Fans of the Cartoon Network program have been creating a buzz online since the season three premiere, released unexpectedly on April 1, referenced a “Szechuan dipping sauce” offered by the fast food chain almost two decades ago, Mashable reports. In the episode, eponymous mad scientist Rick Sanchez promises “nine more seasons until I get that dipping Sichuan sauce… or 97 more years.”

The sauce was briefly served alongside McNuggets in 1998 to promote Disney’s animated feature Mulan, adapted from the Chinese legend of woman warrior Hua Mulan.

Although Mulan herself hailed from northern China, far from present-day Sichuan province, the sauce is said to have combined the similarly un-Sichuanese tastes of sweet-and-sour and BBQ sauce, according to nostalgic Reddit users.

More than 11,000 people have already signed a petition demanding the product’s return, and social media chatter even prompted a tweet from McDonald’s official Twitter account.

With a live-action version of Mulan expected to hit cinemas next year, many hoped that a re-introduction of the much-missed sauce could be forthcoming.


Fans of Rick and Morty want McDonald's to bring back its Szechuan dipping sauce

Cult cartoon comedy Rick and Morty has fired up nostalgia for a long-discontinued McDonald’s condiment.

Fans of the Cartoon Network program have been creating a buzz online since the season three premiere, released unexpectedly on April 1, referenced a “Szechuan dipping sauce” offered by the fast food chain almost two decades ago, Mashable reports. In the episode, eponymous mad scientist Rick Sanchez promises “nine more seasons until I get that dipping Sichuan sauce… or 97 more years.”

The sauce was briefly served alongside McNuggets in 1998 to promote Disney’s animated feature Mulan, adapted from the Chinese legend of woman warrior Hua Mulan.

Although Mulan herself hailed from northern China, far from present-day Sichuan province, the sauce is said to have combined the similarly un-Sichuanese tastes of sweet-and-sour and BBQ sauce, according to nostalgic Reddit users.

More than 11,000 people have already signed a petition demanding the product’s return, and social media chatter even prompted a tweet from McDonald’s official Twitter account.

With a live-action version of Mulan expected to hit cinemas next year, many hoped that a re-introduction of the much-missed sauce could be forthcoming.


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