Jimmy Kimmel's Halloween candy prank returns with hilarious results

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It's all part of the dentist's office annual Operation Troop Treats.

All the candy will be put into care packages and shipped to troops overseas.

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If by chance there's still Halloween candy in your house, there are some options that can prevent you from hoovering it up yourself. Parents at the trunk-or-treating event at Junction Community Church Wednesday night tell us it keeps their kids away from traffic and helps ensure kids are getting candy from the right people.

Angela Hannon from Kool Smiles says she also wants the kids to understand where the candy is going. More than 1000 videos were submitted to the show this time around. Those dropping off candy are welcome to provide a hand-written note to be included with packages sent to troops.

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"This is a great way to thank all who serve and is an opportunity for kids to learn about generosity as we head into the season of giving", said Dr. James Neme, D.D.S. of Bright Side Dental & Orthodontics.

In an effort to reduce the amount of candy being consumed by children after Halloween and to provide treats for military members, CCPD is offering $2 per pound (up to five pounds) per child (ages 0-16 years) for Halloween candy surrendered during office hours on November 1, 2, 5 through 9.

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