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Adult Swim has released “Rick and Morty” short “Samurai and Shogun Part 2” of “Rick and Morty” on their official YouTube channel.
About the anime: The anime is a continuation of the first short titled “Samurai & Shogun” released on March 29, 2020. The shorts, inspired by the classic Japanese tale “Lone Wolf and Cub,” follow Rick WTM-72 and Shogun Morty as they face various Ninja Ricks.
Writer and producer Jessica Gao of the “Rick and Morty” fame is set to create the new Asian-centric series for ABC.
Gao, who recently won the “Best Animated Program” Emmy for writing the “Pickle Rick” episode of the popular Adult Swim show, brilliantly pitched her new project as “Lazy Rich Asians.”
McDonald’s Szechuan sauce, first introduced two decades ago as part of promotional material for Disney’s “Mulan,” finally reached China and locals were surprisingly not happy with the condiment.
The sauce, which is called wanghong zanjiang in China, is available for 10 yuan ($1.59) and comes with five pieces of chicken nuggets, according to Shanghaiist.
It’s time to get schwifty!
“Rick and Morty” has a wealth of memorable lines and catchphrases that have earned their place in pop culture; from “Wubba Lubba dub-dub” to “I’m Pickle Riiiiiick!”, fans have embraced the show, heavily quoting them in social media posts, memes, and online forums. Musician Leslie Wai, however, took his love for the show one step further by creating a ridiculously catchy EDM remix featuring the most notable quotes.
It turns out “Rick and Morty” co-creator Justin Roiland will no longer need to wait several seasons to get his hands on McDonald’s long-discontinued “Mulan” Szechuan Sauce.
According to Thrillist, the fast-food company provided Roiland a bottle of the condiment after he expressed his love for it via the interdimensional outlaw scientist character.
Somebody just paid almost $15,000 for a small packet of a 20-year-old promotional sauce from McDonald’s.
Long-since discontinued, McDonald’s Szechuan sauce was launched as a limited promotional item with McNuggets when the Disney animated movie “Mulan” was shown in theaters. It has recently gained public clamor after the massively popular cartoon show “Rick and Morty” depicted it in scenes during their surprise April 1 season 3 premiere.
People are going crazy for a 90’s era Szechuan dipping sauce from McDonald’s after a scene in the season premier of “Rick and Morty” sparked people’s interest once again.
After the season three premier of “Rick and Morty”, fans were eager to find this limited-edition Szechuan dipping sauce from McDonald’s – which Rick was also very desperate to get his hands on.