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    No Pants 2k8 Details for NYC

    All are invited to participate in the 7th Annual No Pants! Subway Ride. The event will take place at 3:00 PM on Saturday, January 12. Everything you need to know is in this email. Please read it carefully! REQUIREMENTS FOR PARTICIPATION 1) Willing to take pants off on subway 2) Able to keep a straight […] More

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    No Pants 2k8 in Your City

    This year, we’re encouraging folks to organize No Pants Subway Rides in their home towns. If you’ve got a subway system, or some form of mass transportation (bus? trolley?) then get involved on our Facebook group and organize your own ride. The key here is for someone to step forward and take on the responsibility […] More

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    Save The Date: No Pants! 2008

    The 7th Annual No Pants! Subway Ride will take place on Saturday, January 12. That’s one month from today! More info on meeting point and start time will be posted to this site in early January. For now, save the date. If you live outside of the New York City area, consider holding your own […] More

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    Best Buy Handing Out C&D Letters for Christmas

    Apparently Best Buy didn’t think our blue polo shirts (with a yellow price tag reading “Improv Everywhere”) were quite as funny as we did. They sent a Cease and Desist letter to both us and our friends at Neighborhoodies who were selling the shirts. Neighborhoodies couldn’t afford to have their entire site taken down (as […] More

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    IE Featured in Marie Claire

    Yeah, we’re as just surprised as you are. Women’s magazine Marie Claire has a story about our No Shirts mission in the January 2008 issue on newstands now. Here it is: Congrats to IE Chief Photographer Chad Nicholson for getting his photo in a national mag! If you want to see the issue yourself, just […] More

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    The Office as a real documentary

    A few Improv Everywhere agents produced two videos to show support for the Writers Guild of America. Take a look at what The Office would be like as a real documentary (without writers.) An Office: Ben & Sam An Office: Expense Reports You can learn more about what the writers are fighting for at United […] More

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    Rob Lost at NYC Marathon

    Our good friend Rob, who you’ll remember from being lost in Yankee stadium, got lost again at this year’s New York City Marathon the other week. Poor Rob. At least he had a sweet t-shirt on. Enjoy his video account: More

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    Ira Glass Discusses the IE TAL Episode

    Our friend Jesse Thorn from The Sound of Young America, a public radio show about things that are awesome, interviewed This American Life’s Ira Glass in his most recent podcast. The entire interview is excellent, and there’s a section where they discuss the Improv Everywhere episode of This American Life that’s particularly interesting. Their discussion […] More

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    Agent Wimpy With The UCB

    Last night the Paley Center For Media (formerly known as the Museum of Television and Radio) hosted an interview with the Upright Citizens Brigade to celebrate the release of season 2 of their Comedy Central show on DVD. Matt Walsh was unable to attend, so our own Agent Wimpy was asked to pose as a […] More

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    IE Best Buy Polo Shirts

    UPDATE: Neighborhoodies was given a “cease and desist” letter from Best Buy about these shirts and subsequently took them down. We got a “cease and desist” of our own as well. See it here. It’s the shirt that’s a prank! Wear our new Improv Everywhere blue polo shirt into a Best Buy and you’ll cause […] More

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    IE Featured in Time Out New York’s “Essential” issue

    Time Out New York included us in their “Essential” issue this week where they featured top secret information about essential New York things. Improv Everywhere WHY ESSENTIAL: Although Improv Everywhere creates some of the flat-out funniest scenes in New York, you won’t see them in any theater. And unless you join the group’s e-mail list, […] More

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