Amazon Prime Air meet Netflix Drone2Home. 

In the wake of Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos' announcement last month that the company was exploring the potential of drones to delivery small packages, all sorts of hilarious parodies have sprung up mocking the idea. The latest comes from Amazon's rival in the video streaming business, Netflix - and it's pretty darn perfect. 

"Now we're getting back to our roots with our groundbreaking, same-day delivery subscription service 'Drone2Home,'" announces General Manager of the DVD Division Hank Breeggemann. "That's right - our fleet of high-tech drones will deliver your disc to you within mere seconds of you adding it to your queue. 

"Unlike other companies trying to rush unproven technology to market, we have literally spent days working out most of the bugs."

As the video shows, the Netflix drones will stop at absolutely nothing to deliver your videos to you. You might just want to stick to streaming. 

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