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Improv Everywhere

  1. Video Feed
    This Surprise Pizza Party Is Probably the Best Thing That Could Possibly HappenYour commute today probably didn’t involve free slices.
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    Watch an Improv Group Hand Out Free Pizza on a Packed SubwayNone of the New Yorkers took slices, but apparently “all of the tourists did.”
  3. candy
    Watch 20 Women Re-create When Harry Met Sally’s Katz’s Deli SceneThey had what she was having.
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    Watch These Brooklyn Guys Time-Travel to an 1860s-Era New York SaloonShouldn’t there be more communicable diseases here?
  5. annoying things
    Improv Everywhere Officially Out of IdeasTheir latest stunt: setting off 100 car alarms at once.
  6. Improv Everywhere Takes on the TED Conference Improv Everywhere really is everywhere, even at technology, entertainment and design conferences in Long Beach, California. The group faked […]
  7. It’s That Episode 6: Charlie Todd/’Law & Order: SVU’ - AuthorityOn “It’s That Episode,” Craig Rowin (UCB Theatre) invites guests over to his apartment to watch any episode of any TV show they want. They […]
  8. Hitchin’ a Ride: John Murray Drags Improv Everywhere’s Charlie Todd Into […] On today’s new episode of Hitchin’ a Ride, John Murray picks up Improv Everywhere’s Charlie Todd to bring him to his show at the UCB Theatre, […]
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    See Improv Everywhere Give the Good People of Aspen the Opportunity to ‘Meet a Black Person’The skiing community gets a wake-up call.
  10. unsolicited nudity
    Watch What Happens When ‘No Pants Subway Ride’ Meets ‘La Bamba’It was glorious.
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    Help Fund an Improv Everywhere DocumentaryImprov Everywhere needs your money, and it’s not a prank. Also, Aubrey Plaza pretty!
  12. Start Getting Excited to Watch the Improv Everywhere Movie Here’s a pretty cool Kickstarter video for the Improv Everywhere movie, a feature-length documentary about the people and process behind the […]
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    Watch Kelly Clarkson’s Flash-Mob-Themed Music Video for ‘What Doesn’t Kill You (Stronger)’American Idol meets Improv Everywhere, and the circle is complete.
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    Watch Improv Everywhere’s New Prank, ‘Mall Santa Musical’Surprise, mall patrons in New Jersey! IT’S A MUSICAL!
  15. clickables
    Watch Random New Yorkers Say Kind Things Into a MegaphoneImprov Everywhere takes a break from pranking.
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    Watch Jar Jar Binks Get ‘Assaulted’ on the SubwayImprov Everywhere wishes you a very violent and staged April Fools’ Day.
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    Watch Spain’s King Philip IV Sign Autographs by His Portrait at the Met“Ask him, what does he eat?”
  18. unsolicited nudity
    Hundreds Rode the Subway Without Pants TodayDid you see them?
  19. Hundreds of Tuxedos, RuinedImprov Everywhere’s latest video involves a few hundred people storming the beach at Coney Island in tuxes and formalwear. It’s a pretty nice […]
  20. movies
    See Star Wars Re-created on a Subway CarImprov Everywhere strikes again.
  21. movies
    Watch a Ghostbusters Prank at the New York Public LibraryOr are KKK members being chased by hazmat men with guns?
  22. pranks
    People Rode the Subway Without Pants TodayToday’s high temperature was 28 degrees.
  23. comedy
    Comedy Feud: Paul F. Tompkins Versus Improv EverywherePopular comedian to popular spontaneous public improv troupe: “Leave people alone.”
  24. happy things
    At Last, a Wedding-Reception Surprise That Doesn’t Involve Theater GaysIt’s about time.
  25. the take
    New Play at London’s National Theatre Not As Good As Improv Everywhere PrankAn improv troupe outshines a big-budget London premiere.
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    The No Pants Dance“Honestly, I might be an exhibitionist,” said Chris Scott, a 25-year-old medical-office worker from Brooklyn, who rode the subway in blue polka-dotted boxers in Saturday’s seventh annual No Pants Subway Ride, organized by public-comedy group Improv Everywhere. “I just wanted to see how people would react if different people kept getting on the same subway car in their underwear, stop after stop, and acting as if everything was normal,” said Improv member and No Pants founder Charlie Todd. So how do they react? While some riders encountered “fuck-yous” and disapproving glares, for the most part, partici-pants told New York that people just laughed. Which is the point. “Really, all we’re going for is a laugh and a smile, and perhaps a moment of questioning your sanity,” said Todd. Scott, who loved the feeling of stale subway-car air against his bare legs so much that after it was over, he rode the L train back home sans trousers, said that while some of the reactions he got were “priceless,” the response was less surprising than he’d thought. “The whole thing was kind of normal,” he said. “For some reason people look at me funny anyways.” —Julie Gerstein Related: No Pants 2k8 NYC Reports [Improv Everywhere]