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Extreme Couch Surfing: Want to Spend 4 Days Living In Conan O'Brien's Burbank Studio?

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Team Coco strikes again! Need a place to crash early October? If you don't mind being filmed and featured on the Conan show, you might want to arrange to shack up for a few days at the Burbank soundstage that's home to O'Brien's TBS show, which is now being "rented" by Airbnb.

Here's the full text of the add, including the hilarious wrong-word use that implies celebs have taken a nibble of the couch, rather than merely sat on it:

***Available October 10-13, 2011. Message us for more details**** Cozy and charming "Conan" television studio located in the heart of Burbank, CA, only a short walk to the set of "Gilmore Girls" and Warner Bros commissary. Historic building where "Goonies" was filmed. Currently used to film "Conan" television program.

Sleeping accommodations include a celebrity-grazed sleeper sofa and additional air mattress (needs repair). Linens provided, but recommend bringing your own for undisclosed reasons. Great for families (children 16+) looking to relax in over 25,000 square feet of musty warehouse space. Includes use of 40 ton industrial air conditioning system, 25 LCD television monitors (no HBO), and fully stocked kitchenette with intern. Shower must be shared with guest bands. Free Wi-Fi.

Of course, you might be the only one in your crowd to want to subject yourself to this, and that isn't quite what Team Coco is looking for. They're specifically searching for a group of people (at least four, it seems) to stay in the studio. Any takers?