Star Wars: The Force Awakens

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The Jackbox Party Pack ($14.99)

Recommended by John Teti and enjoyed by many an A.V. Club writer.

404 Not Found: A Coloring Book By The Oatmeal ($11.67)

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We’re genuinely relieved to have found coloring books that are fun for adults and don’t involve mandalas. The Oatmeal brings his signature intelligent humor to a book that you have permission to scribble all over. Sounds like a win-win to us.

Star Wars costumes (varies)

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Whether your idea of a Halloween costume is a simple Star Wars T-shirt or something slightly more complex, it’s time to get ready. Prices range from very cheap to very expensive, but some of them are deeply discounted.

Marvel’s Agent Carter ($39.99 for season one on Blu-ray)

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Honestly we’re still pretty devastated by this show’s cancellation. If you haven’t watched Hayley Atwell kick ass as a 1940s spy, you have a real treat ahead of you. You can also stream season two for $19.99.

Poop-emoji pillow ($12.99)

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We once found ourselves in possession of a poop-emoji float, so this isn’t even the weirdest poop-emoji product that money can buy.

Squatty Potty ($24.99)

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Caitlin PenzeyMoog introduced us to the Squatty Potty last year. Don’t let that unicorn-rainbow-poop-ice-cream commercial dissuade you from getting this truly fantastic bathroom accessory.

Seinfeldia: How A Show About Nothing Changed Everything ($19.48 hardcover)

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Nandini Balial gave this an A-, saying it was “as close to a complete history of the show pop culture is likely to get” and “as funny and interesting as a good episode of the show it covers.”

Overwatch: Origins Edition ($59.00)

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Matt Gerardi says that Overwatch is “brimming with a welcoming liveliness that’s all too rare in games.”