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This MP3 Experiment Shows What 2,000 Smartphone Speakers Sound Like

Improv Everywhere is an NYC-based guerrilla prank group who's various missions have included planning a massive Best Buy infiltration and turning a busy New York subway stop into an underground spa. For their latest social experiment, the team gave 2,000 people instructions via headphones, severely confusing local residents. Read More >>

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Jurassic Park Hits Brooklyn in Improv Stunt

Actors do move in herds. While they may not have captured the breathtaking spectacle of the original scene, it looks like serial pranksters Improv Everywhere had a lot of fun with this dinosaur-themed lark. Read More >>

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Watch 4,000 People Silently Stage an Olympic-Sized Water Gun Fight

If you're not big into the summer Olympics because track and field just doesn't get you going, infamous pranksters Improv Everywhere have a nice alternative for you. Their latest MP3 experiment takes on the Olympic games in a characteristically bewildering style. Read More >>

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What Happens When You Set Off Every Car Alarm in a Parking Lot at Once?

What would you do if you were in some random parking lot—Lowe's, let's say—and all of a sudden dozens of car alarms started going off at once? Would you shrug it off like the dead-to-everything city dweller you are? Maybe duck and run and wet yourself because Galactus is obviously coming to devour our planet? Improv Everywhere found out when it pulled the prank for the Guggenheim this past week. The verdict? Fun! But harder to turn off than you'd think. Read More >>

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When Spinning Beach Balls of Death Attack in Real Life

Improv Everywhere! They're the best. Especially when they pull off large-scale pranks at events used to a certain degree of solemnity and self-importance. Like, say, TED. Here, Charlie Todd and his merry band present the most disruptive spinning beach ball of death of all time in the middle of a staged TED keynote. Like everything else IE does, it's delightful. Read More >>