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Holiday Gift Ideas for TV Fans: 2010 Edition

by Kim Potts, posted Nov 17th 2010 4:45PM
Holiday Gift IdeasMichael Scott is a fan of the "nifty gifty," and one trip through our collection of TV-related holiday gift suggestions and you'll see that we are, too.

From the mother of all 'Simpsons' guides and the coolest 'Trek' tchotchke we've ever seen to 'Top Chef' chocolates and Coco in crochet form, we guarantee our TV gift round-up will help you find something for even the toughest-to-buy-for recipient on your gifty list this year!

Plus, look out for a special discount just for AOL Television readers on one of the gifts we recommend!


Holiday Gift Guide 2010: For TV Fans

Batmobile Replica
Perfect For: Caped Crusader lovers who've always dreamed of hopping behind the wheel of the Batmobile, just like the one Adam West drove on the 'Batman' TV series. Sure, $150,000 is a steep price, but did we mention the working flame thrower installed in the auto's rear? Yeah, let's see who dares to tailgate you!
What It Costs: $150,000
Where to Get It: Fiberglass Freaks

Holiday Gift Guide 2010: For TV Fans

'Mad Men' Barbies
Perfect For: Barbie collectors who want what are likely to be the swankiest dolls ever. The dolls are also a treat for 'Mad Men' fans too, of course, with impeccably-dressed versions of Don Draper, Roger Sterling, the former Betty Draper and Joan Holloway. Oh, the things Don Draper doll is going to do to your Barbies ...
What It Costs: $74.95 each
Where to Get It: BarbieCollector.com

Holiday Gift Guide 2010: For TV Fans

'The Office' Dwight Bobblehead Talking Ornament
Perfect For: The Dwight Schrute bobblehead has become a pop culture icon, and it's appropriately acknowledged as such with this holiday ornament, which features Dwight's "three-word" description of himself that, natch, is a lot more than three words long.
What It Costs: $16.95
Where to Get It: Hallmark.com

Holiday Gift Guide 2010: For TV Fans

'The 100 Greatest Looney Tunes Cartoons' by Jerry Beck
Perfect For: Looney fans who wants to obsess over the minutiae of the greatest Tunes 'toons ever. For instance, the big red hairy monster whose nails Bugs Bunny does in 'Hare Raising Hare' ... do you know his name? Gossamer. You're welcome.
What It Costs: $24.95
Where to Get It: BN.com

Holiday Gift Guide 2010: For TV Fans

Wonder Woman Cuff Bracelet
Perfect For: They'll have to secure financing for an Invisible Jet on their own, but you can give your favorite 'Wonder Woman' fan this little bauble, a bracelet to signify what a wonder woman she really is. Wouldn't recommend testing its bullet-deflecting capabilities, though. That's a lot to ask for in a $24.95 bracelet.
What It Costs: $24.95
Where to Get It: What on Earth catalog

Holiday Gift Guide 2010: For TV Fans

GefenTV Auto Volume Stabilizer with Digital Audio Decoder
Perfect For: Anyone who has a TV. And ears. Seriously, is there anything more annoying for the TV viewer than having the volume jump all over the place every time a commercial comes on? This fantastic piece of gadgetry is the answer to all your problems, as the GefenTV will ensure that your tube-viewin' experience goes as smoothly as possible, at least from the volume perspective. As for all the noise coming out of the 'Jersey Shore' gang? Eh, that's just the way they tawk. Er, talk.
What It Costs: $229
Where to Get It: Gefen.com

Holiday Gift Guide 2010: For TV Fans

'Karaoke Revolution Glee'
Perfect For: The Gleeks, and aspiring signers, who want to croon alongside Rachel, Will and Finn, while also improving their vocal chops; the game scores you according to your vocal pitch. There's also never-before-seen footage from the show, and nearly three dozen tunes from season 1, including 'Somebody to Love,' 'No Air' and 'And I Am Telling You I Am Not Going' ... can you make Mercedes proud?
What It Costs: $59.99
Where to Get It: EB Games

Holiday Gift Guide 2010: For TV Fans

'Brady, Brady, Brady: The Complete Story of The Brady Bunch as Told by the Father/Son Team who Really Know' by Sherwood Schwartz and Lloyd J. Schwartz & 'The Brady Bunch' Wallet
Perfect For: The 'Bunch' bunch who want the insider scoop from the father-and-son team who created and ran the classic sitcom. There've been many 'Brady' fan books, and even the occasional memoir from cast members, but this is the ultimate tome on all things show-related. Bonus gift: 'The Brady Bunch' wallet, made of Tyvek (you know, the FedEx envelope material). It never tears, it's lightweight and who better to look over your dollars than Johnny Bravo and his siblings? Super groovy.
What It Costs: $24.95; $14.00
Where to Get It: BN.com and
Fred Flare

Holiday Gift Guide 2010: For TV Fans

'Looney Tunes Treasury: Includes Amazing Interactive Treasures from the Warner Bros. Vault!' by Andrew Farago and Ruth Clampett
Perfect For: Those who want Looney details from the characters themselves, in what truly is a treasury: a book packed full of color photos, behind-the-scenes info and, best of all, "interactive" goodies, like a Tasmanian Devil mask, reproduced scripts, Daffy Duck stickers, an ACME catalog, Yosemite Sam Wanted poster and Pepe Le Pew Valentines.
What It Costs: $45
Where to Get It: Amazon.com

Holiday Gift Guide 2010: For TV Fans

'Watch What Happens' Mazel Shot Glasses
Perfect For: Fans who want to be BFFs with Andy Cohen, but, in the meantime, will settle for watching him on 'Watch What Happens' and raising a toast with these fun shot glasses, including one that features the face of our favorite jackhole-hatin' host.
What It Costs: $15.95
Where to Get It: Shop by Bravo

Holiday Gift Guide 2010: For TV Fans

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Bailey Miller

Something every TV fan will enjoy...Minute to Win It will be back! Three special holiday episodes in a row starting December 7th! Minute to Win It is so great, I cannot wait to watch this with my family when I go home for the holidays! Yay! Try the games at home for some surprising family fun!

November 23 2010 at 5:01 PM Report abuse rate up rate down Reply
John F.C. Taylor

Slightly misleading title. If it were tryly a list of gift ideas for TV fans it would have been all DVD and Blue Ray suggestions. Being a fan of a series is not being a fan of TV. Even the DVD and Blue Ray list is quite inadequate. Where's all the older TV series that've been hitting DVD? A note to the BBC. Release the older Doctor Who series in sets, not just single story DVDs.

November 22 2010 at 7:01 AM Report abuse rate up rate down Reply

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