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The actual Super Bowl showdown may not be until a week from Sunday, but the parties are beginning as early as Monday. Not only are you invited, but unlike most of the uber-fabbo throwdowns on the Beach this week, it won't cost you $5000, either.

The crew from Fox Sports Net's Best Damn Sports Show, Period is taking the show on the road, and they're looking for fans to participate in tapings all week for the fifth annual Best Damn Super Bowl Road Show Period.

In honor of the big game, the crew will aim to raise the entertainment bar -- yes, I know, that's like saying "open-minded" and "Christian" in the same sentence. Nonetheless, they've scheduled a mega list of celebs -- including legendary NFL quarterbacks Joe Montana, Jim Kelly, and John Elway -- to join them on their quest for some fun in the sun.

In true BDSSP fashion, they hope to lure thousands of drunkardly, screaming fans to do outrageously dumb things on national TV. For a prize. Like a blender.

Feel like making a total ass of yourself? The show will be taping from the Surfcomber Hotel on Collins Avenue from 2:00 through 4:00 p.m. daily. -Joanne Green

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