Although McDonald's did not respond to Polygon's question about whether the sauce was brought back because of Rick and Morty, the company did call the treat "the year's most talked-about dipping sauce".
You did it, Rick and Morty.
A fan of the show who found an old packet of the sauce solid it on eBay for more than $14,000.
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The sauce is available because McDonald's is releasing its new Buttermilk Crispy Tenders, as well as giving away 1,000 limited-edition, hand numbered, screen-printed posters for the various sauces available alongside them.
People will be able to score the limited edition sauce for one day only on October 7 at their local Golden Arches.
Right around the show's third-season debut in April, McDonald's Szechuan Sauce became something of a cult item among fans of "Rick and Morty" after the character of Rick - a mad scientist - admitted to having an obsession with the discontinued sauce. The company is introducing a new, as-yet-unrevealed sauce, making posters of all 10 McNugget sauces and offering the Szechuan sauce only at a very small number of USA restaurants on October 7. This ties into the launch of McDonald's new buttermilk chicken tenders.
Prior to the announcement a petition garnered almost 40,000 signatures calling for the sauces return, and a guy who found a packet of the original managed to sell it on eBay for $14,700 (£11,500).
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