Improv Everywhere Turns Subway Car Into Talk Show
It's something only Improv Everywhere could accomplish -- going on to a subway car, making a huge ruckus and not annoying every single person on the train. This time, the team set up a late night-style talk show, complete with desk, comfy chair, backdrop and band. Technically the band was just a guy with a keytar, but we'll allow it.
Instead of guests, they interviewed random people on the train. Remarkably, there were no screaming matches. It probably helps that they went through Times Square so they could load up on tourists, instead of chugging through Bensonhurst on the D train.