Are You a BURN NOTICE Super-Fan? Tell Us Why and Win!

What is BURN NOTICE? Well, it may surprise you to learn that it’s not just fodder for a hilarious SATURDAY NIGHT LIVE sketch or one of cable’s hottest shows, but more importantly, yet another opportunity for one reader of to walk away with $200 worth of fabulous free swag including a Custom Tote Bag, Season 4 on DVD, a Bar Set, a Mojitos 101 Book, a T-Shirt and a hat. Your mission, should you choose to accept it, is to let us know in the comments below why you love BURN NOTICE so. One lucky entrant will be chosen at random and notified via email on Thursday November 10th (So be sure to enter with a valid email address).

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  • Joe

    We love Burn Notice because the characters are smart, no one is played as a joke and the stories are filled with action and drama. And hey, they have Sharon Gless in the cast!

  • Joe

    email is wings1295 at gmail dot com

  • Jim Reed

    Two words, Gabrielle Anwar!

  • Laura

    Burn Notice is the best USA show.  Bruce Campbell rocks!

  • Mandi Miller

    I love Burn Notice because it as an all around awesome show, From the writing to the acting to the editing everyone who works on the show seems to actually like their job which makes them work harder. The story lines are great the chemistry between the actors/actresses as awesome. There is no other show like it on tv.

  • Kim Kelly

    I have been a SUPER-FAN of Burn Notice for as long as I can remember. Not only do they have a great cast with characters that both complement each other and clash at the same time. The over all story of Micheal Weston finding the agent that “burned” him is top notch. The relationship he develops with his “partners,” later to become close friends, and his mother who is his biggest asset through most of the series is the reason why I started watching, but the one aspect that brought me back every episode was the length that the writer go to in order to insure that all the information of Michael Weston’s “tools of destruction” is all fact. (I know this because during the earlier seasons I would sit with my laptop on and research to check the facts.)