In case you have already forgotten, McDonalds released its legendary Szechuan sauce back in 1998 as a promotional launch that corresponded to the release of Disney’s Mulan. It seemingly disappeared from people’s minds—that is, until the newest episode of Rick And Morty.

In the surprise April Fools’ Day episode, Rick And Morty creators Dan Harmon and Justin Roiland decided to fill the episode with references to this legendary sauce, and fans are now petitioning for a proper dipping sauce resurrection.

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In case you missed it, Rick acquires the Szechuan sauce in part of the episode and proves to the Galactic Federation agent that the sauce is actually pretty incredible. (And the agent loved the sauce as much as we do.)

Fast forward, and the sauce returns at the end of the episode, too. Rick explodes to Morty about how great this sauce is once again, and if we learn anything, it’s that Rick really loves Szechuan sauce.

“I’ll go out and find some more of that Mulan Szechuan Teriyaki dipping sauce, Morty. Because that’s what this is all about Morty – that’s my one-armed man! I’m not driven by avenging my dead family, Morty, that was fake, I’m driven by finding that McNugget sauce. I want that Mulan McNugget sauce, Morty, that’s my series arc, Morty, if it takes nine seasons. I want my McNugget dipping sauce Szechuan sauce, Morty, that’s what’s going to take us all the way to the end, Morty. Season nine more seasons Morty, nine more seasons until I get that dipping Szechuan sauce, for 97 more years, Morty. I want that McNugget sauce, Morty.”

Check out the clip below.

While no one is totally sure how this joke came to be, there is currently a petition on, titled “Bring back McDonald's chicken nugget szechuan sauce,” and it already has over 21,000 supporters.

And fans, the show and even McDonalds have all joined in the fun.

The most promising Tweet? From a corporate McDonald's chef who says, “I'll see what I can do”!

What's even crazier? Delish has reported that the dipping sauce has hit over $99,000 on eBay after the season 3 premiere. Here’s to hoping Szechuan sauce makes its return. (For a much cheaper price.)

And, in case you were wondering, here’s an official advertisement for the sauce. Oh, the nostalgia.

How stoked would you be to get your hands on the Szechuan dipping sauce? Let us know in the comments below!