Why buy regular blank paper when you can get a 20-pound stack of dead tree with "The Office"-themed slogans on it like, "Our motto is, Quabity First" and "Get Your Scrant On"? Because the regular kind is cheaper--fair point. But if you do want paper from Dunder Mifflin, now you can buy it through Staples-owned company Quill for $34.99 a case. That's actually only five dollars more than the same weight in paper for a regular batch, which means the paper is a reasonably priced collectible.
The sale is a gimmick, no doubt, but it's kind of funny, and it certainly isn't the first time a seller (licensed or unlicensed) has attempted to push a product that's related to a TV show. We looked but couldn't figure out whether anyone ever packaged "Saved By The Bell" caffeine pills with Jesse's image on it, but there are a bunch of other quirky TV products out there.
ABC used to sell "LOST" necklaces with a Dharma Initiative Station Pendant for $80. "Don't just watch the mystery unfold. Wear it!" Their pitch, not ours.
Inspired by Abby from "NCIS," "everyone's favorite goth forensic scientist," you can own Bert the Farting Hippo for $30. "NCIS" fan or not, who wouldn't want a farting hippo?
If someone makes it far enough to see the DTF print, chances are he's already sealed the deal. But if a woman wants to remove all doubt, wear the phrase from "Jersey Shore," available on eBay for only $10.
That's Binford, as in the fictional hardware brand from "Home Improvement." We found this automotive glass test on a German website that sells a bunch of "Tool Time" memorabilia. Apparently Germans dig David Hasselhoff and Tim Allen.
For the uninitiated: NO MA'AM is Al Bundy's organization in "Married ... with Children," formed to fight the increasing power of women all over society, and to bowl and drink beer. Join the movement with this shirt for $20.
"Friends" faithful immediately recognize that peephole frame as a fixture on Monica's door for the entire series. "Same distressed color and look, same intricate details," the seller says. $43.95.