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Watching TV tonight instead of running. You? (And a giveaway winner!)

I'm not a big TV watcher, but I am admittedly excited for the fall shows to start. And the first new show I'm looking forward to starts in 15 minutes, so there's no time to waste. It's time to announce the winner of the Gone for a Run paracord IDmeBAND. And the winner (chosen by Random.org) is:

RACHEL from RUNNING IN REAL LIFE


Shoot me an email at ihaverun@hotmail.com and I will respond with the info on how to get your IDmeBAND!

And for the rest of you, what fall shows are you looking forward to watching?

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  1. Congrats to your winner.

    I am eager for TBL and Survivor!! But not looking forward to that feeling of needing to watch them...i.e., sitting in front of the tv. I hope I can watch most of them on the treadmill this season.

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  2. Too many fall shows to count but I'm probably most excited for Castle. It's the one show that my husband and I both love!

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  3. ahhhhh. i am a reality tv girl so dancing with the stars, amazing race and x factor are all on my list :)

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  4. I haven't been watching tv much lately because we were paying so much for cable we went down to basic. I realized I wasn't watching it much when we saw a movie in the theaters and I didn't recognize any of the trailers. Whoa.

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  5. Woo Hoo! Yay! Thank you so much...emailing you now!

    I mostly get excited in the fall for NFL Football but I also love The Office and can't wait for the new season of that to start!

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  6. OH I am looking forward to SO many fall shoes. Dancing with the stars, biggest looser, greys anatomy. Yay can I admit I love tv and have been so bored all summer. he he

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  7. I was super excited when Parenthood started! I was also intrigued by a lot of previews but I tried to watch Up All Night last night and it couldn't keep my attention. I was actually thrilled not to "HAVE" to watch another show.

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