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Blogcritics Goodie Bag: Brian Urlacher, Arrested Development, LX.TV Thanksgiving programming, and James Bond

Brian Urlacher, known for his hard hits on the field, invites fans into his home thanks to AT&T Home Turf. The doting dad gives a tour of his Chicago chateau complete with a game room, a huge play room for his kids and a tea party with host Deion Sanders…this is one webisode you have to see to believe. Watch as Brian gives a personal tour of his digs, complete with a “head-to-head” match between Deion and himself.

MSN announced that beginning this week, episodes of the Emmy award-winning comedy Arrested Development will be streamed on demand on MSN® Video and at no cost to viewers. The first five episodes are available now and, starting Dec. 15, three new episodes will be added every three weeks. All 53 episodes from the three seasons of the show will be rolled out within the next year.

LX.TV Life/Style Television is getting into the holiday spirit with a line of programming that profiles four leading philanthropies and instructs viewers on how to give back this Thanksgiving season. This special content will be available throughout Thanksgiving weekend and will give viewers an inside look into the work of the East Harlem Tutorial Program, UJA Federation of New York, Trail Blazers, and Project Angel Food.

Check out this James Bond clip from The Map, Travelistic.com‘s weekly show that’s devoted to all things travel, destination and shared experience. It features scenes from Casino Royale and other Bond films as it links the movie franchise to its exotic destinations, filming locations and new martini recipes.

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