“Rick and Morty” creator finally gets his McDonald’s Szechuan sauce.


(McDonalds)

“If @RickandMorty can get mcdonald’s Szechuan sauce then I’m never giving up on my dreams.”

@DPDragon, tweeting after McDonald’s sent an industrial-size container of Szechuan sauce to “Rick and Morty” co-creator Justin Roiland over the weekend. In a letter sent with the sauce, McDonald’s wrote that it came from an alternate dimension “where it’s always 1998,” the year the fast-food chain gave out Szechuan sauce for the premiere of Disney’s “Mulan.” In Season 3 of “Rick and Morty,” the character Rick declares it his goal to find more of the discontinued condiment, and fans of the series had been calling for McDonald’s to release the sauce. McDonald’s tweeted out the image above, revealing that at least three more bottles exist.

Outback steakhouse doesn’t take conspiracy theory seriously.

@eatmyaesthetics, asking in the tweet that started a conspiracy theory about Outback Steakhouse. The tweeter noticed that in at least a few cities and states (the greater New York area and Indianapolis, for example), the distribution of Outback Steakhouse locations resembles a star, or a pentagram, a symbol that is associated with Satanism in the U.S. Other Twitter users responded with other instances where Outback locations fit this trend. The restaurant responded by tweeting: “If the Bloomin’ Onion is evil then we don’t want to be nice.”

People are comparing the Trump administration to “Game of Thrones.”


(HBO/Getty/Express illustration)

“With Reince Priebus gone is it just me or has the white house turned into ‘Game of Thrones’ with someone getting killed off every other week?”

@LiamStewart137, tweeting after President Trump fired his chief of staff, Reince Priebus, on Friday. The announcement was just the latest example of the high level of turnover among top-ranking officials in the Trump administration, coming one week after press secretary Sean Spicer resigned. Observers compared the turnover to the frequent killing off of characters on “Game of Thrones.”

Tomi Lahren admits that she benefits from the Affordable Care Act.


Getty Images

@2020fight, reacting after the news emerged that controversial conservative pundit Tomi Lahren, who is 24 years old, is still on her parents’ health insurance, thanks to Obamacare. Lahren shared that detail while being interviewed by liberal comedian Chelsea Handler at Politicon on Saturday. Lahren was blasted for benefiting from an element of a program that she says is in a “death spiral.”