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DVD Giveaway: Tripping the Rift

posted by Nell Minow

Tripping%2BThe%2BRift.jpgAll right all you fanboys — this one’s for you! The first three people who send me an email at moviemom@moviemom.com will get unrated DVDs of this cult sci-fi comedy starring Jenny McCarthy. This one is not for kids, so please confirm that you are an adult in your email. Good luck! (Please put the name of the DVD in the subject line of your email. Only people who have not already won a DVD, please.)



  • jestrfyl

    O Nuts! Your email address would not work. This is one of the strangest funniest, most rude, crude and lewd (in an animated – Fritz the Cat kind of way) series. I cannot believe I would see anything about it on B’net. And yet – what can I tell you – I like it. OK it is a dark “guilty pleasure”, but it still cracks me up. So, does it count if I try, but your address does not work??!

  • Ann Babenco

    I just got an email from Nell…I won! Thank you so much!

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