Justin Roiland dings McDonald’s for Rick And Morty Szechuan sauce promo

The dust is settling over the great Szechuan sauce debacle of 2017, McDonald’s spectacular failure of a promotional event. Last Saturday, the fast-food giant tried to capitalize on Rick And Morty fans’ obsession with Rick’s dipping-sauce obsession, but either didn’t anticipate the overwhelming response—presumably…

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Rick And Morty fans are going to war with each other over this Szechuan sauce thing

Look, we’ve tried really hard to take the side of the show here. Taken on its own, Rick And Morty is about as well-written as any comedy or sci-fi show on TV, absolutely deserving its status as the top-rated comedy on the air. But of course, we cannot view it in a vacuum. We have to view it alongside Rick And Morty…

Witness the staff of Rick And Morty finally tasting that sweet Szechuan sauce

Fast food fans rejoiced when, a few weeks ago, Rick And Morty creator Justin Roiland finally got his hands on a 64oz bottle of the previously-discontinued Mulan Szechuan dipping sauce from McDonald’s. The Asian-inspired sauce was only officially on the market for a brief period in the late ’90s to promote the Disney…

A bottle of McDonald’s’ Rick And Morty Szechuan sauce just sold for $15,000

It feels like the internet’s current obsession with McDonald’s’ discontinued Szechuan dipping sauce—inspired and fueled by its prominence in a recent episode of Rick And Morty—should be spinning down by now. (It’s usually a pretty good sign that a meme is hitting the end of its shelf-life when the big corporations…