Escape From the Scooby Doo Mansion

You wanted the awesome, you got the awesome!

Wednesday, July 16, 2008

Hey, guess what we're drinking at the Scooby Doo Mansion this summer!

Yessir, nothin' goes with a bucket of fried chicken like some syrupy semi-carbonated Lambrusco from a screwtop bottle. Unfortunately, this ad forgot to show the breakfasty side of Riunite - Riunite with french toast, anyone?
The ad also forgot to show how awesome Riunite is with half-eaten, two-day-old Taco Bell leftover chalupas that you picked up while on your previous Riunite bender.

Oh crap, they've got a website even! Even more exciting, they've got an archive of all their old TV ads. Damn.

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At July 17, 2008 8:20 AM, Blogger The Dork said...

I ran into AC and H-Lo at the Boyfriend Store (we're trying to get that term to take hold north of I94). I saw AC's cart and the song immediately popped into my head.

Who could disagree that pizza, salad and burgers go better with most, a-hem wine. I can't tell you how many times I've bellied up at Matt's Bar for a Juicy Lucy and "wine" watered down in 12 oz of ice. (Did the jukebox just scratch and shut off?)

At July 18, 2008 9:46 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Now I'm hungry!


At July 19, 2008 4:08 PM, Blogger Jules said...

Mmm...that is some tasty "wine"! At my '80s-themed birthday party last year, I drank an entire bottle of it myself. Delicious!

At July 21, 2008 4:26 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Our evening began in Peter Scharro's comfortable study
in his New York townhouse, where the candlelight was just right, the Hi-Fi was in the background,
and the wine was delicious...


"What's the secret Peter?"
"Naturally I'll say it's the wine."
"Mmm - it does go well with the chicken."
"Delicious again Peter!"

At July 22, 2008 7:44 PM, Blogger Lucas said...

OMG!!! LOVE the reference Disciple! Totally familiar with that tasty soundbite!

Mmmm. It does go well with the chicken!

At July 23, 2008 12:24 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Does Reunite taste good with Squirrel Melts? You tell us.


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