You can get paid $1,000 to binge every episode of Grey's Anatomy
A company is looking for someone to watch all 380 episodes of the show.
It's one of the classic box sets of the century. Millions across the world have tuned in for every episode of Grey's Anatomy, the iconic medical drama that has been going since 2005.
But now, one company is offering a financial reward for one megafan.
Company NiceRx is looking for one keen person to watch- or rewatch - every single episode of the TV show, and take notes along the way.
The reason? They want to work out who has saved more lives in the series: Meredith Grey or Miranda Bailey.
The successful candidate will receive $1,000 if they are able to trawl through all 380 episodes, tallying up the lives saved by Meredith and Miranda.
Along with the cash, you'll also get a full box set of the show a personalised Cameo message from Dr Richard Webber and a year's subscription for Netflix.
But before you get too ahead of yourself, let's through some figures at you. Each episode is about 43 minutes long, so you're looking at 16,340 minutes of television-watching.
That is the equivalent of 272 hours or almost 11 and a half days. So it's a big undertaking, that you'd certainly need to spread over at least a few weeks. And this is coming from someone who managed to watch the first six seasons of Game of Thrones in just a fortnight.
Other things you can get paid to do:
NiceRx said: "So, if the thought of getting paid to spend a summer curled up on the sofa with the staff at Grey-Sloan Memorial Hospital sounds like a dream come true, apply now, and tell us why you fit the bill!
"To enter, all you need to do is explain in 200 words why you feel you're America's biggest Grey's Anatomy fan."
But here's the heartbreaker for most of you: NiceRx is based in America, so they're only taking applicants that live in the US.
But if you have a mate across the pond is a Grey's Anatomy fanatic, then get in touch with them, this could be their moment.
For more info and to apply for the role, click here.