Deal or No Deal

I was in Food Lion last night picking up some necessities like Miller Lite and breath freshening dog treats while talking to my sister on the phone and wandering aimlessly through the aisles when I came upon a display of DVDs.

Closer review warranted this photo:

Your eyes are not deceiving you. Both Scooby Doo meets Batman and Stranger than Fiction are being offered for the low low price of just $9.99.

I just bought Superbad and The Darjeeling Limited from Netflix for $5.99 each. But Scooby Doo meets Batman?!? Interesting premise, I’ll have to admit.

I am full of questions: Does Velma pull Batman’s mask off after they track him back to the Batcave? Did they follow the tire marks of phosphorescent bat guano left by the Batmobile? Would Bruce Wayne still be free to stalk the evil-doers of Gotham if it weren’t for those meddling kids? If I can’t come up with suitable answers I may have to spend the $10 just to slake my curiosity.

Stranger than Fiction for $9.99, though; that is a pretty sweet deal.

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18 thoughts on “Deal or No Deal

  1. LOL! I would have taken a double take had I seen that.

    Stranger Than Fiction was awesome. I actually want to buy Get Smart at some point.

  2. ben – I may have to stop on my way home.

    dr zibbs – That’s what she said.

    jonah k. haslap – One of my favorite channels! Although I don’t know if I’d let the Man of Steel massage me. Or my dog.

    marie – I’m boycotting all Anne Hathaway movies because my friend has an unhealthy obsession with her.

    lump – They are going to stop selling DVDs after Nov. 30, so get your deal on NOW!

    dingo – I don’t think they’d be as endearing as Will Ferrel, though.

    arjewtino – I’ll give you $20 for Stranger than Fiction if you give me $20 for Scooby Doo Meets Batman.

  3. I found one even wiereder. I’m posting it tonight.

    Stranger than Fiction was an awsome movie, it’s on Cinemax a lot. I’ve seen it three times already. A definite recommended to see flick.

    If the Hubs rolls his eyes, walking away muttering that I’m a complete child when I watched Alvin and the Chipmunks he might acutally submit me to bedlam if I sat down to watch Scooby and Batman.

  4. brazenbaretoe – I’ll believe it when I see it…

    arjewtino – I’ll get you next time, Gadget…NEXT TIME!

  5. Haha!!! I never knew those two worlds could co-exist. It’s like trying to watch Harry Potter destroy Storm Troopers.

    By the way – i left a surprise for you on my blog.

  6. Thanks to Ms. Dolce, I have found your blog. Love this batman post. Fan-bloody-tastic. I wish to buy the Batman DVD right now and tell my husband what a fantastic deal it was.

    (Although, I'm fairly certain I just bought Scooby Doo I & II (the real movies) at Target for $10 for the pair. Hmmm…)

  7. Scooby-Doo and Batman??? Together?!?! I feel as though Christmas has come early. šŸ™‚

    Time to update my Amazon.com wish list…

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