Last year while searching for Christmas gift ideas, I found some fun TV related ones. So, this year I set out to find some more fun gift ideas for the TV fan on your list. Have you found any fun TV related gift ideas this year?
Parks & Recreation Pyramid of Greatness T-Shirt – Lots of great things have come from Ron “F***ing” Swanson on Parks & Recreations, but the Pyramid of Greatness, as seen in the third season premiere, “Go Big or Go Home,” is well, one of the greatest. It is also available in poster form. Both are on sale at the NBC Store.
Psych Toaster – Have some fun with your food and toast a pineapple onto your bread in the morning. It has seven heat settings and removable plates and is presently on sale at the NBC Store.
Glee Magic 8-Ball – Just like the classic Magic 8-Ball, this Glee inspired version will answer all your questions with 20 different talking and singing phrases. I wonder what it would say if you asked it why season two sucked so bad? Found at Amazon for under $10.
Doctor Who TARDIS Talking Cookie Jar – Any Doctor Who fan that also likes cookies would love this gift, even if it isn’t bigger on the inside than on the outside. And, while it doesn’t actually “talk,” it does make authentic TARDIS sounds. A great place to store those out of this world chocolate chip cookies. Found at ThinkGeek.
NCIS Caf-Pow Cup – Get this “Caf-Pow!” travel cup and be just like Abby. Fill it with 32oz. of your favorite caffeinated beverage or whatever it is you like to drink. If you want to be just like Abby, you can get some Caf-Pow! Energy Drink. Found at the CBS Store.
Soft Kitty Singing Plush – Now you can be just like Sheldon on The Big Bang Theory when you get sick. Just press the paw and it sings “Soft Kitty” to you as many times as you want. Found at ThinkGeek.
Kindle Fire – What’s more fun than watching TV shows and movies? Watching them whenever and wherever you want. Sure it’s built to get you to buy your TV and movies from Amazon Instant Video, but you can also download the Netflix and HuluPlus apps and watch them too. Plus, you can check email, surf the web, listen to music, and so much more than just read books. Yes, it’s no iPad2, but it’s not supposed to be. It’s built mainly for consuming media and it does a fine job of doing so for only $199. Available at Amazon.
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