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Argyle in Stranger Things

Argyle (Eduardo Franco) is a character in the Netflix original hit series, Stranger Things. He appears in the first installment of the fourth season. He is Jonathan Byers’ best friend in California. He works as a delivery boy for Surfer Boy Pizza. Argyle enjoys smoking marijuana on the regular, which explains his chill, laid back attitude. He is shown to be a good friend as he gives Jonathan and the gang getaway rides in his delivery van. Quiksilver and Stranger Things partnered to replicate key pieces of his wardrobe, which is currently available to purchase at Tilly’s.

Little Nero’s Pizza Delivery Guy from Home Alone

“Keep the change ya filthy animal!” The unnamed Little Nero’s Pizza Delivery Guy is a minor character in the movie Home Alone. Kevin McCallister orders from Little Nero’s Pizza, a (fake) pizza parlor in Chicago. He uses clips from an old Hollywood movie to converse with the delivery boy, giving off the impression that he’s an adult. When the delivery boy asks for a tip, Kevin speeds up the movie to a gun scene. Believing the gunshots are real, the delivery boy sprints away. This cleverness makes pizza delivery scene one the most famous in the movie, and a similar scene occurs again in Home Alone 2.

Randy Bodek

In Loverboy, Randy Bodek (Patrick Dempsey) is a college slacker whose parents force him to get a job. He eventually finds work as a delivery boy for the Mexican-themed SeƱor Pizza, although he discovers that he can earn much bigger tips from lonely housewives by serving “extra anchovies”.

Philip J. Fry

In Futurama, Philip J. Fry (voiced by Billy West) is a slacker pizza delivery boy who becomes cryogenically frozen and reawakens in the 31st century… to work as an interstellar delivery boy. Aside from his work, he only has eyes for the ship captain Leela.

Oscars Pizza Delivery Guy

His name is Edgar Martirosyan, owner of Big Mama’s and Papa’s Pizzeria, but we only know him as the Oscars Pizza Delivery Guy. His moment in the sun is nearly up, but what a great story! Makes one think, “I’ll move to Hollywood, not to be an actor, but to be a pizza guy”. Here’s to the everyday man!