SR Giveaway - Win A 'Best of FX Comedies' Prize Pack

We're giving away a 'Best of FX Comedies' prize pack, featuring a collection of 7 DVDs & Blu-rays from 5 of FX's best comedies.

FX Comedy Contest

Too much sun keeping you down? We’ve got a cure for that! Screen Rant is giving away a "Best of FX Comedies" prize pack - featuring a collection of DVDs and Blu-rays from FX's best comedies - to help fight global warming… or not. The prize pack includes Archer, It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia, The LeagueLouie and Wilfredand will certainly help you fill out your viewing library.

And if you’re not yet a fan yet of all these series (shame on you!), this DVD/Blu-ray collection will serve to expand your television palate.

Here are just some of the hip-cat questions you’ll be able to answer after winning this prize pack: When is it appropriate to use "double dukes" as a response? Who is Bro Lo El Cunado? Why does everyone keep talking about Louie and his duckie? Why do dogs love Matt Damon? Why does Dennis look like a registered sex offender? How do you do a Shiva blast?

Of course, in order to win, you’ll have to enter.

Giveaway Details and Prizes

Only lucky winner will win the list of items below...

FX Comedy Prizes

Archer - Season 1 DVDArcher - Season 2 DVDIt's Always Sunny in Philadelphia  - Season 3 DVDThe League - Season 2 DVDLouie - Season 1 DVD/Blu-Ray ComboLouie - Season 2 DVDWilfred - Season 1 Blu-Ray

How To Enter:

To enter this contest, use the widget below. You can enter multiple ways and every friend you refer will get you 5 extra entries. These are region 1 DVDs so the contest is open to residents of both the U.S. and Canada. Follow the easy instructions below.


Archer season 4 premieres early 2013.It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia season 8 premieres October 2012.The League season 4 premieres fall 2012.Louie Season 3 is currently airing Thursdays @ 10:30pm on FX.Wilfred season 3 is currently airing Thursdays @ 10:00pm on FX.

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