“I triple dog dare ya.”
“I triple dog dare ya.”
Still waiting for my Hogwarts letter. Staged by Improv Everywhere.
Improv Everywhere went to Katz’s and had twenty women recreate Meg Ryan’s big When Harry Met Sally moment for their Movies In Real Life series. We’ll have what they’re having.
The best TED Talks are hilarious, heartbreaking, informative. The worst, well, sound a bit like this.
BuzzFeed and Improv Everywhere have teamed up to revolutionize the world.
Improv Everywhere strikes again with an impromptu light display.
A wonderful prank courtesy of Improv Everywhere.
The latest Improv Everywhere scene takes place at a Lowe’s parking lot. Turn your volume up for this one. I dare you.
Improv Everywhere takes their latest hit to a TED conference. Watch as this guy awkwardly tries to get a word out during his presentation.
The 11th Annual Improv Everywhere No Pants Subway Ride took place over the weekend, with 4,000 participants in New York and 59 cities in 27 countries around the world. That’s one bootylicious subway ride. Watch Video ›
North America got pantsed. Improv Everywhere in New York City and FlashMob Mexico in Mexico City both staged underwear only metro mobs over the weekend. Which city has the better collective ass? You be the oggler! #OccupyWedgie
From the minds that brought us 160 pantsless people riding the NYC subway and a frozen Grand Central Station, Improv Everywhere is making a documentary about their pranks and the people behind them. Your mission, should you choose to accept it, is to make this movie happen.
These people look like they’re having fun, but do you know how hot a suit is? Very. Too hot to wear to a beach. Watch Video ›
In collaboration with The Guggenheim, Improv Everywhere set up a lectern on the streets of New York and invited people to say something nice. The results are all kinds of “awwww-tastic.” (via thedailywh.at) Watch Video ›
Courtesy of Improv Everywhere, a musical where everyone breaks into song about the basic human need to share the mundane details of our lives on social networks. Musicals are so awkward! I can’t believe I’m sharing this. Watch Video ›
Every couple of hours, the skaters at Bryant Park have to exit the rink so it can be cleaned. After watching one terrible skater stranded on the ice during this changeover while the crowd laughed at him, the pranksters at Improv Everywhere got an idea: What if they put a professional skater in this position and had him suddenly transform from a novice to an expert? Watch Video ›
Improv Everywhere staged their annual No Pants Subway Ride over the weekend. Here are photos from the New York leg (har) of this global flash mob (har). There but (har?) for the grace of God go I. Considering it was below freezing, area hospitals were probably flooded with cases of non-sexy exposure. Now with video! View List ›
Improv Everywhere’s “Mp3 Experiment Seven” took place in Midtown Manhattan and ended with a crazy toilet paper party in Bryant Park. The event had over 3,000 participants. Watch Video ›
The entire opening scene from Star Wars: A New Hope, recreated on the 6 train. You’d think that the princess of Alderaan could at least afford a cab, but I suppose you’ll take anything when you’re busy avoiding the Empire. Watch Video ›
Improv Everywhere hit the streets of New York City last month and painted convenient lines designating lanes for tourists and New Yorkers. This is less a prank than it is a valuable civil necessity. Watch Video ›
(And also some ghosts.) This is really charming, unless you were trying to finish your novel at the NYPL and wound up singing the Ghostbusters theme to a homeless man all day. Watch Video ›
The happy-scene-causing crew at Improv Everywhere has done it again. This time they gave a complete stranger the best birthday night of his life. Watch Video ›
Improv Everywhere released the official video from the 9th Annual “No Pants Subway Ride”. Somehow, despite this happening for the last 9 years, people still don’t know what to do when they see half-naked people on the train. Watch Video ›