The 'RHOBH' and 'Halloween Ends' star is sad to see her favorite menu item go.
Whether the ladies are on the road headed to their next getaway destination, looking for a late-night snack, or in need of a hangover cure, Richards knows that Jack in the Box will always deliver.
The first of its kind partnership celebrates final girls–or the last to confront the killer in a slasher or horror movie–for the final days of the famed Monster Taco (which has come and gone with the seasons since 2009). And in a way, Jack in the Box is the final girl of fast food: the last one standing at the end of the night, since most locations are open 24/7. But that's neither here nor there.
For those of you with the memory of a zombie, the Monster Taco features an extra-large crunch shell stuffed with ground beef, shredded lettuce, two slices of American cheese, and taco sauce–it's truly massive, and its spooky presence will only be felt for a few more days.
The Monster Taco's return from the dead won't last much longer, as a spokesperson for the company told Parade it's set to go back to its grave come Nov. 1.