It Was Bound to Happen


A couple days ago, I finally went to send back the copy of The Wall I had from Netflix for over a month. So I went to the post office and dropped the envelope in the mail box. Later when I came home, I saw a DVD sleeve sitting on my counter, so I thought about when I’d watch my other movie, Life is Beautiful. I planned on watching it later that night. The time came to watch the movie, and when I went back to that sleeve, I took a closer look and saw that it said The Wall on it. I took the DVD out, and it really was the DVD I thought I had sent back, which meant that I sent the movie back that I hadn’t yet watched.

That was a pretty helpless feeling. I had to change my plans and figure out how I could fix the problem. Netflix doesn’t let you add a movie into your queue that has a status of “At Home,” which is probably for the better. So I have to add it back in as soon as they receive it. Of course, I did send The Wall back as soon as I found that out, so I’ll get that movie back sooner or later. I’m actually surprised that this is the first time I’ve had this happen in about a year and a half of using Netflix. I’m sure it will happen again. This was a pretty boring post, oh well.

Comments (3)

Netflix has one of our spongebob DVDs. We sent one of ours instead of the one we rented, and yes we called them, although there is not much they can do.

Sounds like it is time for you to put on the big boy pants and make the move to
If you had done this you could just have taken The Wall to your nearest Blockbuster Store and traded it for the movie you want. Just a thought.

Haha, that would work great…if St. George still had a Blockbuster!

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