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win a copy of ‘Significant Others: The Complete Series’ on DVD (now closed)

NOW CLOSED: WINNERS: Anthony and Patti.

THE RULES: Here’s a gimme contest for ya: No need to be funny or clever — all you need to do to enter is click to send an email. If you have not won a prize in one of my caption contests or gimme giveaways in 2006*, and you have a United States mailing address, you’re eligible to win. (*Micropatrons who’ve snagged some exclusive micropatron goodies are eligible to win.) One entry per person.
The Bravo cable series Significant Others comes to DVD on Tuesday, just in time for Valentine’s Day, and I’ve got a two copies of the set to give away, courtesy of Shout! Factory. Here’s the scoop on the show:

More real than a traditional comedy and more imaginative than a reality show, Significant Others features a talented ensemble of improvisational actors and comedians who, quite literally, script themselves in this Bravo comedy that follows four couples in and outside of marriage counseling. Broadcast for two seasons in 2004, Significant Others earned acclaim and a strong following during its run.

Brian Palermo (Daddy Day Care) as James is all business – a financial analyst who has it all except the confidence to believe it, something his more spirited and free-loving wife, Chelsea, played by Andrea Savage (The West Wing), finds endearing … sometimes. Faith Salie (Sex And The City) is the scholarly and pregnant Eleanor whose husband Ethan, played by Herschel Bleefeld, (Six Feet Under) is finding the pressure of impending fatherhood more than a little challenging. Jane Edith Wilson (Curb Your Enthusiasm) plays the organized and seemingly predictable Constance, who finds her world unraveling when her husband Bill, played by Fred Goss (South Park), loses his job in full midlife free fall. And Chris Spencer (Vibe) and Nicole Randall Johnson (Miss Match) are Devon and Alex – two parents doing their best to balance the demands of work and the needs of their nine-year-old son; they are fairly sure that they don’t have issues but are checking in just in case.

Click here for my review of the set. Or, if you don’t want to wait to win, buy the set at Amazon.

visit the DVD’s official site
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