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Indiana Jones In Real Life

Without a doubt, the most famous Indiana Jones scene is from Raiders Of The Lost Ark when Indy switches the idol


Rocky In Real Life

Improv Everywhere, the web's favorite improv group most famous for their recurring no pants subway pranks, has created a new web-series, Movies


Random New Yorkers Conduct Orchestra In Manhattan Square Social Experiment

For their latest social experiment, the popular pranksters and improv artists at Improv Everywhere set up a classical Carnegie Hall orchestra in


Black Tie Beach 2013

Popular New York City based improv group ImprovEverywhere has again held a Black Tie Beach party for 2013. As in the past,


The Mp3 Experiment Ten

For their latest MP3 experiment, Improv Everywhere found over 7,000 New Yorker volunteers to press play simultaneously on the same ridiculous mp3


The 1860s Bar Prank In Brooklyn

For their latest improv-social experiment, the talented and popular improv crew of Improv Everywhere turned a regular bar in Brooklyn into a


Late Night Talk Show On Subway Car Improv Prank

Improv Everywhere, one of the most famous improv-comedy groups online, naturally had to make a video for YouTube Comedy Week. 


Seeing Eye People For People Texting And Walking Prank

The most famous improv crew arguably in the world, ImprovEverywhere, has again struck in the heart of New York City with a


Reverse Times Square Prank

For their latest ingenious public prank, the East Coast's most popular improv group Improv Everywhere commissioned 2,000 volunteers to prank world famous Times Square


Improv Light Show At Grand Central Station

The famous New York City landmark Grand Central Station just turned 100 years old. As a great way to celebrate


No Pants Subway Ride 2013

Out of mere obligation, here is New York City based Improv Everywhere's annual No Pants Subway Ride. For 2013, nothing changes. Hundreds


Story Behind No Pants Subway Ride

The tradition of No Pants Subway rides, and their subsequent viral videos, are nearly as old as web 2.0 itself, originally starting in 2002. Charlie