To celebrate the 25th anniversary of “Home Alone” (yes, it's been 25 years. You are old), UberEATS is delivering pizzas from the fictitious Little Nero's in select cities today and today only. (The movie was actually released on November 16, 1990, but November 6 is close enough.)
If you live in Chicago, Los Angeles, New York, or San Francisco, you can order a lovely cheese pizza, just for you, from a local restaurant and it'll come in a Little Nero's box with a free download of “Home Alone” to watch as you enjoy it.
The offerings and prices vary from city to city, though all are cheaper than the $11.80 (plus a 20 cent tip) Little Nero's charged in 1990. In New York, you get a cheese pizza for $10. In San Francisco, you only get a slice of deep dish pizza for $6. And then Chicago and Los Angeles went a bit off-script with a slice of mac and cheese pizza ($5) and calzones ($10), respectively (yes, calzones, which any “Parks and Recreation” fan will tell you are not pizzas and are pointless).
We'll assume the delivery people won't drive into your lawn jockey. In return, please don't play clips from a 30s gangster movie to make them think they're being shot at.
Some things should just stay in the movies.