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COMPLETED: Enter SideReel's Burn Notice Giveaway


USA Network's hit series Burn Notice returns Thursday, July 10th at 10pm/9c. Why was Michael Westen burned? And what's he gonna do about it? The answers every Burn Notice fan wants begin to take shape with the Season Two premiere. The new season also welcomes Battlestar Galactica's Tricia Helfer as well as existing cast Bruce Campbell and Sharon Gless.


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One winner will receive a USA Network Burn Notice Beach Bag filled with:


-Burn Notice Season 1 DVD

-Burn Notice Book

-Branded Towel

-Branded T-Shirt

-Branded Frisbee


To Enter:

Please comment on this post and tell us why you enjoy Burn Notice or why you'd like to win the Prize Pack.


The winner will be selected and notified on Friday, July 25th. Sorry, but U.S. and Canada entrants only can be selected as the winner.


Giveaway and photos courtesy of Electric Artists

Comments

| Jul 27, 2008 6:31PM EDT
I love Burn Notice for many reasons. First of all, it has all of the fast paced, action packed, intense action that you usually only see in movies. I also really like the fact that Weston's team are just normal people working with everyday objects. He is us with a bit more training. I also think that the writers did a great job on character development. No one dimensional tough guys in this show. I also think that it is quite refreshing that Michael is willing to take time out of his high octane spy life to help ordinary people. It makes him someone worthy of admiration. If I ever have to survive on the run, I will defiantly use tips I picked up from this show. Michael Weston is hot, same reminds me of an old friend of mine. Michaels mom cracks me up, and Fiona is a real fireball. The best thing about this show is that it doesn't matter what you are in the mood for - action, suspense, comedy, relational drama, or story twists - this show has it all. By far the best television show I have seen in a really long time.
| Jul 21, 2008 2:30AM EDT
I love burn notice because of it's witty, subtle humor, character development, and spy advice. :)
| Jul 20, 2008 6:43PM EDT
Burn Notice is incredibly witty and entertaining (those voiceovers are AWESOME), and I'd love to win the prize pack so I can finish watching all the Season 1 episodes.
| Jul 19, 2008 12:55AM EDT
With all the (painfully) endless 'reality' shows on TV, it's nice to finally watch one that's unique and interesting. Burn Notices has a certain 'tongue & cheek' seriousness about it that keeps my interest from week to week. The topic is fresh, the material is new, and the characters are very likeable. I think the writers have done a great job in creating 'individuals' with their own personalities and the actors have been nothing less that brilliant in 'bringing them to life.'
| Jul 16, 2008 5:50PM EDT
Haven't watched the show but wanna see if USA can produce something worth watching after childhood.
| Jul 16, 2008 12:39PM EDT
Burn Notice is a GREAT new show on TV now. I love TV in general and I try to watch almost every show on that is even worth watching. Burn Notice is definitely one of those shows that keeps your eyes glued. Many producers should take a look at this show and see why their shows "aren't working out". Yay for Burn Notice!
| Jul 15, 2008 12:13PM EDT
In the last week, I have already watched every episode from the first season Twice, and passed it on to my friend who has watched 1/2 of it in 2 days and gotten her brother and another friend hooked on the show. We love it. You just can't help but feel sorry for Michael, here he is, all he wants to do is earn money to stay afloat and find out who is trying to control his life, and he ends up getting mixed up in everyone elses' problems. Of course rather than staying neutral and just doing the job, he somehow gets involved to where he feels, I guess, personally responsible for righting the wrongs of society. This show truely cracks me up and has me laughing out loud at some of the antics that happen. I like that the characters all have flaws and are not the perfect paragons of virtue. The nagging, controlling mother, the good guy that takes a few punches now and then, the phsychotic ex-girlfriend, and the boozing sugar momma hound of a best friend. I must give Kudos to the casting people on this one. Jeffrey Donovan pulls off some of the best facial expressions. All I can say is KEEP EM COMING!!
| Jul 15, 2008 10:38AM EDT
i just recently started watching this show on sidereel and i really developed a liking to it. it keeps you interested the entire time your watching the show and its so funny and exciting and clever i love it soo muchh<3
| Jul 14, 2008 9:32PM EDT
Burn Notice is sharp, funny, adventurous and surprisingly touching. Out of all the series on TV these days, Burn Notice captures your attention and keeps you enthralled throughout the hour. I don't usual look forward to watching TV, but this series has me running home to the tube!
| Jul 10, 2008 4:11PM EDT
There are no words that can describe how funny, witty, clever, exciting, sexy and this show just f*!*ing rocks. I wish there are more shows like burn notice.
| Jul 10, 2008 2:45PM EDT
I live in NYC and got a Burn Notice frisbee during a promo but had to give it up when my three year old cousin took a liking to it [he has good taste!]. This show has wit, action, and Bruce Campbell in Hawaiian shirts. Bring on the goodies!!!
| Jul 10, 2008 1:06PM EDT
Why do I enjoy Burn Notice? It is seamlessly complicated! The show has magic which makes Burn Notice my show. I was never a big TV person. I am the kind of person to be outside or doing other stuff but when Burn Notice is on, I am in front of my TV completely engaged. I love it. Why? The characters (Mike, Fiona and Sam) are great and their relationships with each other and each situation are classic. They seem to find humor in most the bleak, sad or obscene situation and, honestly, that is the only way to persevere. It makes the show and the characters endearing. Each character has a uniqueness that makes them so much fun and fit so wonderfully within the Miami scene. Oh, yes, let's not forget Miami, the perfect locale for this show. It keeps the show moving from the restaurants and clubs to the beach fashion and drinks. Now to the details! From the core cast to the feature cast for each storyline, great hiring. I love the snow globes, yogurt, and the sugarmomma who didn't know bullets come in different sizes ("how cute"); all the little details that make everyone kind of quirky. Even Mike's mom and brother add great comic relief (errr...stress for Mike). I mean, whose mom sleeps with the a "lonely job"? To me everything looks seamless, the flow and relationships. However, I know it takes a lot more especially creativity. Therefore, these are some of the many reasons I enjoy Burn Notice. Thus seamlessly complicated! I cannot wait for tonight :) ~ Enjoy all!
| Jul 10, 2008 7:21AM EDT
Jeffery Donovan is a combo of James Bond and McGuyver.A winning combination.He seems to be someone that just about anyone could go to with a problem ,knowing that Michael would never turn them down. Fiona's strong but comassionate charater is a great foil to Mikes. Bruce Campbell as Sam....what more can you say, it's Bruce Campbell, in my opinion an overlooked actor. I have just finished watching all of season 1 ,in order while recovering from a major surgery and can't wait for #2 to start on July 10th. Long may this series run
| Jul 10, 2008 5:51AM EDT
unfortunately i live in the uk with terrestrial tv not cable therefore i have been unable to tune in as it hasn't been premiered out here yet or it's on cable which i do not have cable. i am constantly on sidereel watching it as it's the type of show that once you've seen the pilot episode or anyother episode you just want more and i believe that my viewing of the show has lead to somewhat of an obsession as people would call it as i can't get enough i find myself staying in all day just so i can watch the show. the title of the show gives the show meaning and is ironic in a way as the title is so simple to understand yet Michael cannot understand the reason he has been burned therefore the whole mystery of the show begins. also, the sexual tension between the characters Michael and Fiona constantly keeps me in line for the next episode i have not seen tension like that since the Ross & Rachel relationship and the Scully & Mulder relationship. to end this comment i am not going to say that you should give me this prize however great it may be as i am just the same as everyother sidereel member that has left a comment as i want to win this for the fact i love the show. thank you and remember to tune in for the second season can't wait! :P peace out!
| Jul 8, 2008 4:03PM EDT
I was looking forward to the 1st season of Burn Notice but, somehow or other, always forgot to tune in the night it was on. I caught up on all the Seaon 1 episodes here in less than a week and I'm now thoroughly hooked. I won't be forgetting Thursday nights for this second season.
| Jul 7, 2008 6:21PM EDT
Loving this show is an understatement. I'm a college student trying to live as frugally as possible and therefore have to watch all of my shows online because I can't afford cable. The one show that I HAVE to watch is Burn Notice and watch the shows online as well as raid my friends' apartments with cable to watch it on TV! How great would it be to have the DVD!?! The show, even on my grainy computer, has great aesthetic appeal (I want to visit Miami now!), the characters are witty, and I love the remarks that Michael makes :)
| Jul 7, 2008 1:27PM EDT
Loved this show and I absolutely can't wait to watch it again!!!!!!!!!!! <3
| Jul 6, 2008 12:48PM EDT
The Best show on USA Network since Psych! WOW it's better than Psych I'm glad that i didn't miss all of season one and got to enjoy every last bit of it. Can't wait until season 2 is back and get more intel about his burn.
| Jul 5, 2008 1:58PM EDT
Burn Notice is definitely my favorite show on television. Why do I enjoy it? Well, where do I start? First we are given the overarching storyline of why Michael was burned, a mystery that he unfolds slowly with every episode. Then there is the real juice of the show-- how Michael, stuck in Miami without a job, proceeds to help clients solve criminal problems with his cleverness and his kick-ass spy skills. The sexy chemistry between Mike and Fiona and the relationships that he cultivates with his mother and Sam are endearing, funny, and often relatable. These elements, along with a witty humor, tie Burn Notice together into a show that I thoroughly enjoy to watch.
| Jul 5, 2008 5:13AM EDT
I love Burn Notice. A close friend mentioned it one night during a conversation over our favorite television programs, and she mentioned Burn Notice. Now, I know why. I've been addicted to the show since I was introduced to it. Since our love for Burn Notice has grown, so has our friendship. I would love to win this Giveaway as Burn Notice is one of the best television programs, so why not show it off with the awesome merchandise?
| Jul 5, 2008 1:33AM EDT
I love Burn Notice, the writing is super witty and the story lines are always interesting. I'd love to win this so i can watch it over and over again, that would be seriously awesome!!!
| Jul 4, 2008 3:57PM EDT
I enjoy Burn Notice for its wit, humor and great cast - plus you learn nifty things, like: guns make you stupid -- duct tape makes you smart. I would love to win the prize pack so I can take it to the beach & when people ask about my nifty Burn Notice towel, t-shirt, Frisbee & book, I can tell them all about it!
| Jul 4, 2008 9:16AM EDT
Even if I never win anything, I feel as though this show is the Grand Prize. I have enjoyed this show from the first episode and never want to miss one.The prizes are GREAT for the real fans of the show and kudos to USA network and Sidereel for bring more attention to such a wonderful show.
| Jul 4, 2008 1:34AM EDT
i have only seen a couple episodes of the show. its great but i can't concentrate on tv with my baby teething! i would love to watch it and enjoy all those goodies!
| Jul 3, 2008 9:04PM EDT
How can you not love Burn Notice? Michael gives the dry practical side to the spy game, Fiona shows the more spontaneous version, and Sam is perfect as the middle-aged guy trying to have a good time. It's a mix of the standard detective show (think Magnum P.I.) and a less-extravagant James Bond.
| Jul 3, 2008 5:00PM EDT
this show rocks...Bruce Campbell is a god and its dramatic and funny at the same time...
| Jul 3, 2008 3:29PM EDT
I afraid I have to admit that I tuned in to Burn Notice at first to listen in on the spying advice. You never know when you would need them, heck I think I may try and make a bug just for the thrill of it. Also now I know how to lose someone following my car, that was some much needed advice. It didn't take long before I became a rabid fan of the show. Frantically waiting for each new episode, hoping that Fiona would kick butt, boy is she trigger-happy. I'll be honest, I want the prize package because is free stuff. Who doesn't want free stuff?!? On top of that it includes a towel! I want a that towel so badly, seriously I need a rocking towel to show off with my new bathing suit. I'll be the coolest chick on the beach, and I absolutely love swimming even though I suck at it. Also I can show off the t-shirt during work, that sounds like fun.
| Jul 3, 2008 3:40AM EDT
Is this for real? Wow, if so, I'd just like to say that the reason I love Burn Notice, is the witty humor, the amazing setting of the show (sunny miami), and the way that the show manages to be exciting, interesting, and light at the same time. When you're stressed out, there is nothing like sitting down and watching an episode of Burn Notice, with Bruce Campbell's ridiculous behavior, Fiona's fiery spirit, and Michael Weston's cool under fire!As for why I should get the prize package, number one: I love the show and have watched it over again practically 3 times, and I still cannot get enough. Number two: I am too broke to buy the season 1 dvd lol! And number three: I am planning on hitting up the lake later this summer, and the beach gear would making me the coolest dude on the beach!
| Jul 3, 2008 12:21AM EDT
I love Burn Notice because Fiona is such a strong female character. She kicks major butt, and yeah she's got her issues but she can hold her own. Michael has to act so distant but he's still such a likeable person. The characters feel like people you want to know more about. And of course there's Bruce Campbell (sp). He always pops up in random shows and makes a great quirky side kick. I can't wait for the new season to start. I've been watching all the reruns to remember what happened. This show kept me entertained while I was stuck in southern Indiana for the summer. I this I should win the prize pack because I'm a genuine fan of the show and just enjoy the premise of the whole thing!
| Jul 2, 2008 7:05PM EDT
Heck yea, I'm the first to comment!! I love "Burn Notice" I admit that the commercials before the show even started last season is what made we want to tune in. The commercials featured the song "Connected" by Stereo MC's, and a very hot Jeffery Donovan. Why wouldn't I watch? I was very surprised by how much I loved the show, it had all the qualities you look for in a great show; comedy, action, suspense, and conspiracy. Every week I tuned in to watch Micheal Westen & co, take on jobs, and get the bad guys. All the while getting Micheal closer and closer to finding out why he was burned & who burned him. The season one finale left me hanging, and wanting more. I wondered what exactly was going to happen to Micheal after driving Sam's car onto that truck? Was he going to finally find out who was behind his burn notice? What would happen to Sam & Fiona? I can't wait for the season 2 premiere next week, I've been looking forward to it. I've been watching the season 1 repeats on USA, and it makes me remember why I love this show. I suggest that anyone that isn't watching "Burn Notice" should definitely tune in for season 2, I'm sure that you won't be disappointed. I hope that this very long comment will win me the "Burn Notice" prize pack, and to the SideReel crew this would make a great birthday present! FYI the drawing is being held on my birthday July 25th. So I'll be crossing my fingers while watching the new season of "Burn Notice"!

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