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Nanny911 Knows Where to Look for New Nuisances

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    A rare sight: only one stroller on the streets of Brooklyn.

    First the Real World sets up shop in Brooklyn and now this. Nanny911, the reality TV show that's sort of a cross between the Dog Whisperer and Mary Poppins, is looking for little devils in Dumbo. The series, a hit according to the press release, matches up a different British nanny with an American family each episode, and its makers have noticed how many strollers roll their way past the Manhattan Bridge Overpass.

    The show's producers e-mailed their solicitation for troubled youth to the community blog Dumbonyc.com, who helpfully pointed out that the producers might want to look into Park Slope, as well. Surely both nabes have their fair share of bratty (sorry, "unmanageable") Brooklynites.

    The full release from Nanny911 is over at Dumbonyc.com, but if you have a screaming child and don't think you can wait to click over, just email your information over to Nanny911families@yahoo.com.