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Six Feet Under Returns!
We love the happenings at Fisher & Sons and we're pretty sure you do, too. The new and final (sniff!) season of Six Feet Under premieres on HBO on Monday, June 6th at 9PM. This truly is our last chance to crush on Claire Fisher and hope that David and Keith finally get it together and pray that Nate and Brenda will help each other find happiness. They broke down the sets this past week so there's no coming back.
We've got something to lessen the blow, though. We're giving away 3 prizes to celebrate the return of probably the best show based in and around LA!
One grand prize winner will get 1 copy of the Season 3 DVD, 1 copy of the Soundtrack (volume 2), 1 poster signed by Alan Ball and 1 photo signed by the ENTIRE cast of Six Feet Under.
1st runner up will win a copy of the Season 3 DVD and the 2nd runner up will win a copy of the Volume 2 Soundtrack.
Enter after the jump and don't forget to watch the new season of Six Feet Under on Monday.
Fine Print: Entries received by 5:00 PM PST Friday, June 10th will eligible to win tickets. Affiliates of LAist (and any other -ist sites), HBO, and Greenblatt/Janollari are not eligible to enter.
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