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WIN THIS: It’s a Very TVScreener.com Christmas 25-Day Giveaway, Day 22: ‘Dancing With the Stars’ & ‘The Biggest Loser’ Workout DVDs & iTunes Gift Card

HOORAY! We have our winner:

Caitlin P.! Congrats, Caitlin, and thanks for entering. Your awesome goody package  will be on its way to your mailbox shortly. Enjoy, and thanks again for checking us out at TV Screener.com!

And everyone, keep entering in our TVScreener.com Christmas giveaway section … we’ve got several more TV goodies to give away!

Who says TV fans are couch potatoes? Thanks to a series of Dancing With the Stars and The Biggest Loser workout DVDs, you can tap your toes and tone your bod wit workouts inspired by those hit reality series!

TVScreener.com has one packed package of workout-y goodness for one fun fitness-minded reader to win. Included in this giveaway:

Dancing With the Stars: Dance Body Tone, full of workouts that promise to help you “shrink and sculpt” with Latin, tango and freestyle dance moves

Dancing With the Stars: Dance Off the Pounds, which includes swing, jive and quickstep moves that lead to “fat burning fun”

The Biggest Loser: The Workout – Last Chance Workout, with exercise routines adapted from the show

The Biggest Loser: The Workout – 30-Day Jump Start, packed with 10-minute workouts to get your fitness routine moving, plus The Biggest Loser Pocket Cookbook, with 21 healthy recipes

– And, because you’ll want some new music to get you movin’ and groovin’, a $10 iTunes gift card!

And now, to enter for a chance to win this collection of DWTS and TBL DVDs (plus a $10 iTunes gift card to download some cool workout music), remember:
– Leave a comment on this post, with your name, your favorite dance (maybe one of these?) and an e-mail address where we can reach you
– Deadline to enter to win the TV workout DVDs is December 15 at 8PM ET (according to recorded comment time)
– The winner will be chosen by random, using Random.org’s Random Number Generator
– The winner will be announced on the evening of December 15, as an update to this post

Good luck, DWTS and TBL fans, and stay tuned for the rest of our It’s a Very TVScreener.com Christmas 25-Day Giveaway!

50 Things I Love About TV – 11-20

Another 10 things I love about TV …

11. FX
Sons of Anarchy is one of my favorite new shows of the last few seasons, and It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia is the funniest show to revolve around mostly repulsive characters since Seinfeld. Throw in Rescue Me, Damages, The Shield, Nip/Tuck, not to mention reruns of The Bernie Mac Show and Malcolm in the Middle, and it’s no exaggeration that FX’s recent history of shows is right up there with HBO.

12. Michael J. Fox
Here’s my theory on why there are so many talented, funny thirtysomethings and fortysomethings in Hollywood: They grew up watching Saturday Night Live, Bugs Bunny cartoons and Michael J. Fox as Alex P. Keaton on Family Ties. Of course there’s also the Back to the Future flicks, but Fox as Reagan-loving Ohioan Alex, who was rebelling against his hippy ‘rents, was a genius of comic timing, and one of the most endearing TV actors, playing one of the most endearing sitcom characters, of all time. And it’s a pure treat to see him back in action, and playing very much against type, as Tommy’s salty, bitter romantic rival on Rescue Me, as well as his on his new TV special, Michael J. Fox: Adventures of an Incurable Optimist, which airs May 7 on ABC (10:02PM).

13. The Real Housewives of … Anywhere!
The Atlanta ladies were the ones who got me hooked on the franchise, the New York City women have turned out to be the feistiest, most dramatic, and I’ve even come around to enjoying the spoiled shenanigans of the Orange County chicks (well, except for Vicki … oooh, that Vicki!), but the bottom line is, they’re all guilty pleasure goddesses. Can’t wait for the Real Housewives of NYC reunion special next week (May 12, Bravo, 10PM), which is so full of catfighting that they had to split it into two episodes, as well as what may turn out to be the best spin-off of all, The Real Housewives of New Jersey (season premiere May 12, 11PM).

14. The Biggest Loser
It’s a feel good show, and a testament to the amazing things people can do, often starting from a pretty hopeless place, when they put their minds and bodies to it.

15. VH1 reality shows
Rock of Love, Tough Love, I Love Money, Flavor of Love, Breaking Bonaduce, Celebrity Rehab, Charm School, My Fair Brady, The Surreal Life … I’m not proud, but I’m even watching Daisy of Love.

16. Simon Cowell
Yes, sometimes he’s a tool, and yes, sometimes you might even disagree with him (though less and less frequently with each season). But the bottom line is that, no matter who wins American Idol each season, Simon is always the star of the show. American Idol without Simon is like … American Idol with only Randy and Paula. See what I mean?

17. The Cottonelle puppy commercials
I know, some people hate them, and hate that Zach Braff is voicing them, but puppy on a treadmill, puppy in a hot tub, hundreds of puppies on a staircase … cuteness gold.

18. The Bad Girls Club
From the same producers who gave us The Real World comes this reality series where several strangers are picked to live in a house, work together and have their lives taped, to find out what happens when people stop being polite and start getting real … real skanky, real trashy, real potty-mouthed and real prone to smacking each other and dousing each other with various liquids. It’s good stuff.

19. Regis Philbin
He’s a great storyteller and charming host, but Regis’ best moments are the ones when he’s interviewing a guest he doesn’t know, or whose project he doesn’t know, and he doesn’t bother to pretend he does. He’s Regis damn it, and really, why would Regis know about some reality TV show Nick Lachey is producing? Reeg has earned the right not to know.

20. DIY Network
Still doin’ the NYC apartment thang, but when the hubs and I do buy a house, we’ll know how to regrout it, install cabinets and flooring in it, feed and water its lawn and be experts on its retaining walls, all thanks to the DIY Network. And, thanks to DIY Net’s arts and crafts shows, I’ll also know how to knit things for it, bead jewelry to wear in it and scrapbook the photos I take of it.

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