Finally, hoarding pays off: Jimmy Kimmel’s Brooklyn Skype Scavenger Hunt!

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Round up your 6 roommates, grab your bodega guy, throw in a Brooklyn native with a thick fuggedaboutit accent, and apply today for a chance to race around your apartment looking for the random crap on live television in a Brooklyn-week teaser version of Jimmy Kimmel Live’s Skype Scavenger Hunt. 

The segment, which live-streams competitors from their homes via Skype (e.g., NBA Showdown: Jeremy Lin vs. Roy Hibbert, Holiday Family Edition, Hot Co-ed Edition), is scheduled for one night next week (Monday, Oct. 22 – Thursday, Oct. 25), exact date TBD.

Anyone who currently lives in Brooklyn and is 18 or older with high speed internet is eligible. For consideration email [email protected]. We don’t have any details about what makes a good applicant, but we’re thinking a hilarious montage or sketch comedy featuring the Brooklyniest stereotypes you can conjure wouldn’t hurt.

What kind of Brooklyn-type stuff should Jimmy make the competitors hunt for?

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