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Honey Boo Boo's back with 'watch 'n sniff' premiere

Published On: Jun 18 2013 02:20:39 PM CDT
Honey Boo Boo new blurb

CNN

You've seen them. You've heard them. Now you will smell them.

The show "Here Comes Honey Boo Boo" is returning with a "watch 'n sniff" event for the first two returning episodes.

Starting July 17, viewers will have the chance to experience the aromas of the show's McIntyre, Ga., setting, according to TLC.

The way that viewers will be able to experience the lovely fragrances of Honey Boo Boo will be through a numbered scent card that correlates to scenes in the show, Atlanta TV station WGCL reported.

Viewers watching "Here Comes Honey Boo Boo" scratch their cards and experience the aromas associated with the Boo Boo gang as they welcome summer.

"We couldn't think of a more fitting way to kick off the new season than with two watch 'n sniff episodes," said Amy Winter, general manager of TLC.

Fans can also partake in a virtual watch 'n sniff experience at TLC.com/HoneyBooBoo, where they can mix and match the smells featured in the show to enter to win $5,000.

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