Gifts for TV-Obsessed Teens

Stumped about what to buy your teen for the holidays? These small screen winners will be a surefire hit, so you don't have to worry about your present being relegated to the back of their closet. Check out more great gift ideas for everyone on your list.





Glee Karaoke Revolution
Sing along with your favorite Glee Club members in this new karaoke game, featuring 30 songs from season one of the hit show. Players can compete in multiplayer singing games, and you even receive feedback to improve your singing ($59.99, amazon.com; includes karaoke mic).

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Roku with Netflix
For the TV fanatic, nothing beats Roku and a Netflix subscription. With Roku, he can stream movies and television shows from Netflix right to his TV. There's a one-time charge to purchase the Roku device, then a low monthly fee for Netflix ($59.99 for Roku, $8.99/month and up for Netflix, roku.com/netflix).

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On Location Tours of TV and Movie Sites

Nothing will thrill a media-obsessed teen more than stepping into the setting of her favorite show or movie. In New York, tour locations from When Harry Met Sally, Friends, Seinfeld, Ugly Betty, Gossip Girl, The Devil Wears Prada, and much more. In Washington D.C., tour Wedding Crashers, Thank You for Smoking, Forrest Gump, and others (screentours.com).

Bonus: Enter for your chance to win two tickets to the tour of your choice, plus a two-night hotel stay at any Affinia hotel in NYC!









Scene It? Comedy Movies
For the movie buff, this new game features clips, trivia, questions, mini-games, and bonus activities from the funniest movies ever made, from Airplane to The Hangover ($29.99, amazon.com).

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The Biggest Loser Challenge

Get him off the couch and in on the action with this interactive game based on the hit series. Players receive recommended exercise routines and nutrition advice from Bob Harper and Jillian Michaels. Opt to work out either controller-free, with the Wii Balance Board, on a stability ball, or with resistance bands, and track your progress over time ($39.99, amazon.com).

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Roxio Creator 2011

3D TVs may be on the horizon, but the big question is, will there actually be enough 3D content to watch? With this innovative computer software, you can actually transform your personal photos and home movies into 3D. You can also create 3D cards and calendars ($79.99, amazon.com).

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