Yabadabadoo! Ever wanted to stay in Jerry Seinfeld's apartment? Or what about where Monica and Rachel lived? Or, maybe Fred Flintstone is more your style?
In a world where many strange and delightful things are possible, these too are possible, well kind of.
In the spirit of catering to all tastes, some Airbnb owners have spruced up their pads to represent well known abodes on their favourite sitcom.
Still in love with TV megahit show Friends even though it stopped filming 19 years ago? If you're keen for a trip to Cincinnati in Ohio, United States, you can stay at a replica of Monica and Rachel's house... but then again, every character lived here at some point during the show's 10-season run.
If you're a fan you'll recognise the pad instantly. There's the purple walls, the colourful kitchen and the little square windows from where the show's characters regularly spotted 'ugly naked guy'.
If sitting on Jerry Seinfeld's couch with a bowl of cereal is more your style then, also in Cincinnati, is a replica of the comedian's iconic New York apartment made famous in the sitcom Seinfeld.
The listing is fittingly called The Apartment About Nothing. You'll recognise the iconic kitchen, the boxes of cereal stacked neatly on the shelf and the bicycle hanging vertically on the wall near the bathroom.
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On the coffee table is, of course, a book called The Coffee Table Book of Coffee Tables by Kramer
But, they're not the only pop culture replica Airbnbs around the world.
Got kids and need something to keep them happy? In Brisbane there's a home that's been completely remodelled to replicate the Bluey house.
The house is full of colour, everywhere, and a tribute to the house beloved ABC cartoon.
Do we hear Barbie? The famous Mattel toy, who first made her debut in 1959 at a toy fair in New York and will soon hit the silver screen featuring Aussie Margot Robbie, is the inspiration behind a Malibu Dreamhouse.
This Airbnb property is located in the heart of Malibu, of course, and overlooks the Pacific Ocean.
And, last but not least, yabadabadoo! Head back to the stone age and spend a weekend in the Flintstone House in San Francisco. The Flintstones first aired on the small screen in 1960 and has since been made into songs and movies.