High Five Escalator

Starring: Agent Lathan, as “Rob”
Featuring: Agents Eppink, Lindquist, Small, Thomas, Wimpy
Digital Video: Agents Adams, Whines
Digital Photography: Agents Sokoler, Todd

For our latest mission, Agent Lathan gave out 2,000 high fives by standing next to a subway escalator during the morning rush. Five additional agents spread out along the adjacent stairs, holding signs that prepared commuters for the upcoming high five fun. Enjoy the video first and then check out the mission report and photos below.


The subway station at 53rd Street and Lexington Avenue can be a nightmare in the morning. Thousands of commuters make a daily transfer from the E or V train to the 6 train. The first part of the transfer involves taking one of two giant escalators, which both run up in the morning to accommodate the huge crowd.

Packed escalators at 8:30 AM
To the left of the escalators is a staircase. Hardly anyone goes up it, and it’s against the rules to go down it during rush hour (you use another escalator further down to get to the platform).

Everyone is generally in a pretty crappy mood when they’re making this transfer with a herd of other people at the crack of dawn. It was definitely a location in need of a bit of fun.

Our agents take to the stairs
Agent Eppink made four signs that together said, “Rob wants to give you a high five! Get Ready!” There was a fifth sign that just read “Rob” and had an arrow pointing downward. Our agents grabbed their assigned signs and spread out along the stairs a little after 8:30 AM. The staircase had platforms every 10 steps or so, which made it easy for the agents to divide up evenly.

The view looking down
I made two animated gifs to show what the signs looked like from the perspective of someone on the escalator. The first looks straight ahead, and the second looks to the side, following one woman’s ride up.

Our agents stood as close to the escalator as they could in order to leave plenty of room for the few folks who chose to take the stairs.

We picked Agent Lathan to be the high five man for a few reasons. First, he’s really tall. The stairs are a little lower than the escalator, so we needed someone tall enough to reach the riders. Second, Rob’s a comedian and one his of characters is a parody of a life coach whose mantra is “get psyched!” In other words, Rob has lots of experience being positive and pumping people up. I knew if anyone could keep his energy up during 2,000 high fives, it was Rob. I have to admit, I was somewhat concerned that he would get separated from the rest of us.

Rob high fives as Agent Eppink holds the sign behind him

It was awesome watching the reactions of people before, during, and after the high fives. I’d say around 75% of the riders gave Rob a high five. There were some people who were both listening to music and reading a book who didn’t look up to notice what was going on. A small percentage seemed suspicious of us and elected to keep their hands to themselves. Most people smiled and high fived. Some people kept a straight face during the high five, but then privately smiled to themselves a few moments later. Watching people after they gave a high five was almost more fun. Almost everyone was left with a smile. Agent Sokoler took hundreds of reaction shots, peering from behind columns at the top of the escalator. Here are some of our favorites.

People on the further escalator watch the high fives

Lots of people wanted to know if Rob had washed his hands. “You bet I have!”

Rob executed a few “double high fives” when people passed up the steps

“Show me some skin!”

Smiling post high five

“Give me some love!”

Post high five glow

Looking up towards Rob

Making the decision to high five or not

A wise choice!

Playing it cool

Smiling afterwards

These girls were upset that they were on the wrong escalator for the high fives. Rob gave them some “air fives” to their delight.

Leaving the escalator with a smile
We lasted for about 45 minutes in total, staying through the bulk of the morning rush. My guess is that people passed Rob at a rate of one per second. So that would be 2,700 people over 45 minutes who passed by and probably around 75% of them played along. I wonder if 2,000 consecutive high fives from strangers is a world record?

After the crowds thinned out, we quietly disappeared. We got some funny looks from MTA employees throughout the mission, but no one ever said anything to us.


Agent Lathan

It was tons of fun to do. Most people were into it. I was kind of worried that people would not be into it or angry, but just about everyone was down. Some people were stone faced, but still gave me a high five. It was 8:30 in the morning so people were tired and not in a good mood, but once people connected with my hand, they almost all laughed and smiled. Everyone should start their day with high fives. My hand was a little sore, but it made it through. I think 2,000 high fives is probably the maximum a hand can take.

Agent Lindquist

I was the “Rob wants” sign, the very first sign in the chain. At first I couldn’t tell if it was going well. I wasn’t getting any reactions at all in the beginning, but then I started to hear people interacting with Rob, and I realized it was working. Since I was first I got a lot of people looking confused. They would just see my one sign saying “Rob wants” and wouldn’t get it. Lots of people thought I was Rob and would say, “What do you want?” Then they’d look past me and see the other signs and realize something bigger was going on.

Agent Small

I was the second person people saw. By the time they got to me they were asking who Rob was and how far away he was. My sign read “to give you,” so it introduced the expectation that people were going to get something. Lots of people asked if he was going to give them money. That was a big thing. “Is Rob going to give me $5?” As soon as people made eye contact with me I would smile, and then they would smile, and that made me smile bigger for the next person. It was a fun chain of smiling.

Agent Wimpy

By the time they got to me they were asking, “Where’s Rob? What’s Rob going to give us?” Then they’d see my sign and realize it was a “high five.” They were really into it but were getting impatient because the escalator was going so slow and they wanted to see Rob. One woman asked me, “Why is Rob giving high fives out, is it his birthday?” I told her, “No, he’s just trying to do a nice thing for you.” A lot of people on the further escalator were laughing more than the ones on our escalator. I think they liked that they were going to get to be in on the gag without having to commit themselves.

Agent Thomas

I was the “get ready” sign which was right before people got to Rob. I saw a lot of people look around me and see Rob for the first time. Seeing that process of people deciding to give him a high five was great. Usually they were smiling by the time they got to me. I would see in their eyes the moment they decided they were going to do it, which would make them smile even more. People started talking to each other, “Are you going to give Rob a high five? I am. Let’s give him a high five. We should move over to this side.”

I also got to hear the litany of things Rob was saying behind me, “Way up high! Down low! Give me some skin!” That caused me to laugh most of the mission, and at one point someone on the escalator told me I had a great smile and asked for my phone number! I did not give it to him because I was focused on the mission.

Agent Eppink

My job was to hold the “Rob” sign above his head to indicate who Rob was. I got to witness all the high five magic. Two people were so into the high fiving they tried to give me a high five as well. I told them that I wasn’t Rob, but I couldn’t let them down. Mostly the focus was all on Rob. I was his sidekick. He’d say “Up high,” and I’d say, “yeah, up high!” One guy was so into it that he gave Rob like 10 high fives right in a row. It seemed like people wanted to be given a light moment like this in the morning; they wanted to connect with someone else.

One funny thing was that there were lots of people who were really ready to go, but because of the speed of the escalator they couldn’t get there any faster. They would just have to wait a few extra seconds with their hand up. It was a really great awkward pause.

Agent Whines

My favorites were the people who wouldn’t crack a smile the whole time, but still gave a high five. Other people were into it early and smiled the whole ride up. I guess it’s a pretty corporate neighborhood, so to see all of the people dressed up in suits cracking a smile was pretty great.

Mission Accomplished.


-Many more photos in higher resolution:
Agent Sokoler’s Flickr Set

-Check out the Rob! mission from Yankee Stadium


  1. This prank was awesome – I’m on your mailing list to attend events and I had no idea this was happening and was actually on the receiving end of this prank…I get off the V train every morning in a complete daze, miserable to start work and the second I saw the signs and Agent Wimpy, I knew it was you guys. I gave Rob a huge high 5 and said “YEAH IMPROV EVERYWHERE!” Definitely made my day a lot better and was very unexpected. It made me wonder if there were other commuters that day like me, who knew about Improv Everywhere, or if they just thought this was some random occurrence.

    • I wonder if those girls were like you, and that’s why they were so disappointed at no high fives? If I saw Rob givin’ out high fives, I’d get upset if I couldn’t get one.

      But yes. Awesome idea. If we had giant escalators of death out here, I’d do it too :3 But we mostly have traffic. And smog.

  2. great mission and great study in human nature- all it seems people really need to make them happy is a little contact with another person! I’d love to see this idea done with hugs- maybe down on Wall Street as a relief from the bad economic news…

  3. I love it! Just thinking about it will brighten my commute!

    I hope Rob had a lot of Purell after the mission.

  4. Rob, you are hopelessly bromantic. i wish i had seen it, but also, i don’t really mean that because that subway station makes me really twitchy.


  5. Great idea, awesome execution. This was just brilliant in its simplicity, but apparently had a great impact. How can anyone have a bad day when they’ve started it with a random high five from a stranger?

    Also, the pics of the mission were perfect — you captured some great expressions.

  6. Have you thought about going around a giving people handshakes and encouragement, maybe you could be part of the “bail out” trying to get everyone out of there economic funk.

  7. Excellent work all around. Especially love the pictures. My compliments to the photographer(s). Personal favorite is hf03.jpg, the fourth image (caption “Our agents take to the stairs”)

  8. You folks are awesome. All of you. Way to be amazing and make (most, anyways — the sour folk deserve to stay that way) people happy.

    As usual, well captured and presented. I virtually high five the lot of you. =)

  9. what a great idea! thanks rob for making 2,000+ smile! i wish i’d been there because it’s easy to be sad, mad, upset during the morning rush!

  10. at the top of the page it says:

    “Hello there follow Reddit user!”

    note: should be fEllow, not fOllow!

  11. I love how this brightened all those commuters day ( as Michael said…)
    It just shows that a simple gesture of a high five from a stranger in a public place is enough to bring some happiness and life into the mundaness of everyday life.
    Well done, I loved it. =D

  12. This is depressing because it shows that people are so stupid, sheeplike and afraid they’ll obey the signs and follow the herd even when they don’t really want to.

  13. this made my day so much better, i wasnt even there but it made me laugh a lot. ive been having a great day and this made it that much better. :] :]

  14. Ah, Improv Everywhere is ah-mazing! I love it when you guys do these simple, yet effective missions to bring more smiles into the world. That’s the power of improv!

  15. I am from Rio de Janeiro and I have to face METRO (like we say in Portuguese) every day. From now on I`ll wish you were here to put an smile on my face in the midle of thousand people every morning. Congrats!

  16. hey, if you did something like this on wall st. before they entered the building, you think it will affect that day’s gains?
    this is now one of my five faves =D
    nice on IE

  17. I just happened to stumble upon your website – the missions you guys have done are just absolutely FANTASTIC! i’m from Singapore but would love to be an undercover agent when i’m in NYC… sign me up! haha. A high five is a great way to start a working day :)

  18. Wow Rob,

    Did you boil your hand in Listerine afterwards?

    Then again, after brushing up against a couple dozen people without pants a few weeks ago, I really shouldn’t be so squeamish about meeting people on the subway.

  19. I’m curious, how many people can say “today I brought a smile to 2700 people”. For a moment, reguardless of how brief, i made a group of people forget their daily grind.

    pretty powerfull stuff.

  20. I loved this because everyone is always so hard on us as New Yorkers and our “attitudes” but given the right circumstances we can show love too….. Excellent Guys!

  21. Awesome! I (used to) take it every morning! I can’t believe I missed it!!!!! Now, everytime I pass that escalator bank, I can’t help but try and give an imaginary high five to Rob. Except this time people will really think that it’s crazy. :)

  22. I hate to say this, but there is no way one of the college guys wouldn’t think to touch either his “gluteal furrow” or scrotum before hi-fiving. It’s too tempting. Most of the people touched some kind of nether-sweat.

  23. OMG you guys are seriously crazy! Don’t you know that you should never touch ANYONE because they carry MILLIONS OF GERMS and then you will catch them and have GERMS all over you too?!?! I hope you all had buckets of anti-bacterial hand sanitizer because seriously you guys BACTERIA ARE TRYING TO EAT YOU ALIVE and you have to KILL THEM BEFORE THEY KILL YOU. Jesus Christ you should have been wearing surgical masks, too! Germs can be TRANSMITTED THROUGH THE AIR! OMG I need to wash my hands right now because they’re CRAWLING ALL OVER ME because I think I accidentally touched a door knob in a restaurant last week.

  24. The looks on the people’s faces are amazing! I would love for this to happen to me.

    Who cares about germs? They’re good for you, keeps your immune system strong.

  25. How cool is that? You guys rock! I love the little burst of happiness you brought to those commuters’ morning!

  26. I am impressed with the public user interface of this mission, your careful crafting of how people were to understand the upcoming encounter as they absorbed the idea, one step at a time, while approaching Rob. It appears that you carefully thought that through before making the signs. Well done!

  27. Just reading about this looking at the photos brightened my (otherwise stormy grey, grim) morning, A virtual high five you all! Improv EVERYWHERE!!!!!

  28. You really should have thrown in a few Pump Fakes to see how that would effect people and the whole process. It would add an extra level of hilarity to it all I think.

  29. Genial!!! espontaneo!! muy gracioso!!!
    Situacíon que deseamos todos en nuestra rutina mañanera!!

  30. *virtual high-five* I absolutely love everything you guys do!! I have gotten one of my friends into the madness and now she loves it too. Excpecially the Frozen Grand Central. AMAZING! I wish you guys would come down to New Mexico with the MP3 Experiment. People should quit being so snobby and just lighten up and enjoy the simple things in life. :) keep up the good deeds. :D

  31. I absolutely loved this idea! I am from Long Island and I visit the city often and the atmosphere is so hectic and cranky in the morning. The idea that a simple high five could make someone happy, even for a brief second or two, is questionable, but clearly it worked! This experiment was awesome and I wish I had been there to take part!

  32. Like Mark, this made me teary, because it is so joyous! We can act together for the good….and the fun! Wow!

  33. You guys are awesome. This is the first time I’ve heard of you (saw a link from Kathy Sierra on Twitter), and I love what you’re doing.

    I also went to YouTube and watched a bunch of your videos… awesome stuff. I just wished I live somewhere more urban and could join in!

  34. Wait why are there so many pessimists/germaphobes here? People smiled. No one was hurt. It was good. Besides, a lot of people were wearing gloves and I’m sure he washed his hand before he ate or anything.

    This is what IE is all about. Simple and inspiring.

  35. Probably the best improv everywhere I’ve seen so far. Simple, executed flawlessly, no one gave you crap, and you put a smile on thousands of people’s faces.

    Well done!

  36. I think that it is really great what you guys are doing, and would like to get involved. Is there any pennsylvania chapters? If not I would like to talk about starting one. Anyone in the Lancaster Co area who is interested?

  37. that was awsomly great, we need some more of that in the whole world..
    wish I find the right people to help me IMPROV here in doha)

  38. A perfect antidote to the usual mean demeanor of that filthy, packed, station. I thought of my friend Steve, who committed suicide a few years ago, because he would have absolutely loved this form of unexpected urban street theater!

  39. No want to rain on a parade. Maybe i dont understand this improv fully.But this is nothing to write home about. Its a high five…

  40. Looks like Improv Everywhere has a mascot. I would love to see Rob and his red-striped polo in more videos/events!

  41. This is awesome. I wish Boston wasn’t so stuffy, and that we had people who create and enjoy things like this, too.

  42. Now that is what life is about. Taking time to get folks to smile before work. Why can’t folks do that everyday? When did it become common to look grumpy anyhow? They can’t feel that bad – otherwise just don’t get out of bed! Do the High Five in your neighborhood and see how this can affect the world! That’s what I’m talking about!

  43. Naawww, it’s so great to see this – yknow, people doing nice things without expecting anything in return. I am sure you guys brightened up many people’s day!! Not to mention it gave them something to smile about and tell all their friends.

    This is truly amazing and much needed at times like these. This is the kind of the thing that reminds us of our own humanity. Thank you so much :)

  44. Very nice photos – and a nice idea.

    BTW, in our house we call hi-fives done at a distance “wi – fives” instead of “air fives.”

  45. Lots of fun…..but was it really a prank?

    Anyway, it’s been a year….or more? since the Grand Central thing and some other cool things you’ve done…so I’ve gotta ask…..are you all able to make a LIVING from this? If not, what else do you do?

  46. this is one of those free hugs stuff i guess.
    the look on the face of the people after the high fives were a great thing to achieve.
    keep up with the good work.
    its hard to change the world….
    but changing a person’s life even for a minute is a big achievement.
    best wishes and happy valentines day

  47. I commend you. You saw the free hug guy and all the respect, admiration and popularity he was generating and said “me too.” You’re what keeps America original and great.

  48. This is so cool !!!!
    I found this page this morning from a video on Gizmodo.
    its so cool, i wish i was in America.
    i will support you guys from Japan ! maybe i can do this in japan …. oh no, the japanese are to shy haha.

    but maybe someday !

  49. Great one, It’s great make people smile in their way to job. If we smile a bit more, this would be a better place to live…

  50. My favorite is the business guy CRACKING UP! It’s so NY to be serious for the high-five and then smile secretly to yourself afterward. Lol! Love it.

  51. Did anyone on the far side give him an air high-five? I definitely would have. What a great way to start the day! Very cool.

  52. ::sings::

    “Cuz everyone’s your friend… in New York City. And everything looks beautiful when you’re young and pretty. The streets are paved with diamonds, and there’s just so much to see… but the best thing about NYC… is you and me!”

  53. What a fun thing to do. Getting smiles from commuters on their way to work….starts there day off right!!

  54. I love this kind of stuff that Improv Everywhere does, the stuff that is silly and fun but that also makes you think about how we can make the world a better place. Human connection, actual physical connection is what the world needs. Smiles, simple gestures of friendliness, reaching out and touching people, physically and emotionally and spiritually. I realize that I might be reading too much into this, but that’s what I got out of it.


  55. Such a simple thing really but demonstrates again, how much power we have to ‘make or break’ another person’s day. It was really pretty cool to see people break out of their shells and smile a little. Maybe it set some people off on a better foot for the day.

  56. Thank you so much, firstly! I’ve been feeling progressively crappier all day, so I switched to my laptop to interwub in bed. Happened to click on my bookmark here idly and was thrilled to find a new mission. For someone who felt fairly miserable, you had me smiling the moment I understood the mission and laughing from the moment I saw dear Agent Wimpy doing the head-bob. Right on.

    I’ve had a similar experience to this before – only I was coming down an escalator at an anime convention. Two guys dressed up in tentacle-monster costumes (seriously) were waiting at the bottom. A third guy in a devo cap was playing “Push It” on a boombox. I totally danced with a tentacle monster in the sort of air bump-n-grind way you would with a tentacle monster. I only wish I had been wearing a schoolgirl uniform or had been the first one to do it (someone else got to be the first one to dance with the monsters, so I was a little sad that people might have assumed I played follow-the-leader in that).

    Anyway – thank you for the smiles, laughs, and making me remember one of the fun, odd, silly things I’ve done.

  57. I did something very similar at a Dave Matthew’s concert in CT last summer. It was awesome. My best friend and I stood at the gate high-five-ing everyone who was coming in. Granted, people were already in a good mood because they were going to a concert, but we amped it up just that much more. We got so many high-fives and not only did it make everyone else feel good, it made us feel good too! High-fives are the best!!!

  58. Good job Rob… and friends.

    VERY good job! *golf clap*

    I just might start high-fivin’ the guys at the bottom and top of the escalators at the Linc.

    /superstition thing, but Rob would’ve gotten a high-five

  59. What a great little “pick-me-up”–for the people giving high fives, for all the people in the immediate area, and for those of us who got to watch all those smiles and giggles! Thanks, IE!

  60. I love how the people looked so puzzled and grumpy at first, and then gradually there were more and more smiles. Great idea! Our world definitely needs more spontaneous acts of kindness and humor! Bravo!

  61. Huh – you know I was distinctly uncomfortable with IE – I thought you sort of *inflicted* these on people – like “YEAH! I have a THESIS about PERFORMANCE CAN YOU *DEAL* WITH THAT?” but this is a truly great thing to do.

    I’m serious. Making 2000+ people’s lives 5% better for one day roughly equals saving one human life, no?

  62. all i can say is ‘only in America’ most normal people say Good Morning.Is life so hard there that you cant talk to each other?

  63. Cool! This is going back to basics! What a classic mission. ^_^

    To all the mean stadium folks – Rob is NOT retarded, he’s cool!

    I wonder if any Subway person had been there at the Stadium?

  64. i didnt read it all, but i watch the images and i didnt understand what you want to mean with all that- it was just something to make people smile? i dont think it is a bad reason, but it just seems to be a little bit silly, doesnt it?

  65. This works ANYWHERE.

    I often go to Disneyland with a largish group of people. As snake through the ubiquitous switchbacks in lines for rides, we pass each other over and over. One day we just started high fiving each other as we passed on each turn. Inevitably, people behind us joined in. It’s good times!

  66. I love seeing all the people smiling.

    A high five says “You’re doing GREAT!” Who wouldn’t love that first thing the morning?

    Amazing job! Yay, Rob!

  67. Interestingly, I bet you would have had better response if you could have found an escalator that would have permitted a right-hand high five.

  68. Another fantastic mission! To all the mysophobes, what makes you think the hand rail on that escalator is so sterile? I’d guess that’s got a whole lot more bacteria on it than Rob’s high-fiver!

  69. Yo Dawg, you should post a picture of your hand on your blog giving a camera a high five. That way we you can give more high-fives while your giving high-fives.

  70. I love this idea and I wish things like this would happen more often. Putting a smile on someone’s face is one of the best things you can do for someone even if you don’t know them.

  71. Genious:D I love how you guys don’t JUST make big scenes, but also small ones. Its cool- that would have made their day:)

  72. Wow, once again I just have to say you ROCK! *virtual high five*
    I love how you guys just brighten other people’s days and make life more interesting. Thanks for being so awesome!

  73. This is the best one you guys have done recently… so simple, yet so effective. You guys should feel great, knowing that you made over 2,000 random strangers’ days just a little bit better =D

    Think about it… how can you NOT be happy after something like this happens to you? LOL

    Great job, IE! Bravo!

  74. this mission is amazing. I feel you guys reached the next level with that one. Please dig on that , there is so much love to discover from it.

  75. We don’t have escalators in Camden, Maine, just schooners and village greens, islands and mountains and a great big sea. I wish we had an escalator to do a Maine high five, wait, no, I’m glad we don’t have an escalator here. But I’m sure we can get creative and come up with a suitable substitute, because I think making people smile is a great thing to do any time of day! I applaud your idea, and the debrief afterward was awesome too. Thanks for doing it, and sharing.

  76. *high-fives*

    Gosh, I wish that there were more people that would do that around here! Hehe!


  77. Oh, my word! This story made me feel SO GOOD! Sitting in Utah, bummed at my current life, wondering how to shake the mini-stress… and I stumbled this site. This one, Rob Wants to Give You a High Five, absolutely made my afternoon! very good. makes me wish I lived in NYC! hahahaha!

  78. wow,,,
    Probably the best improv everywhere I’ve seen so far. Simple, executed flawlessly, no one gave you crap, and you put a smile on thousands of people’s faces.

    Well done!

  79. hey IE,

    We a bunch of random people – did the same thing today at Singapore!!! YES Wilson we do have it in Singapore :)

    We used the walking escalator in one of the MRT stations (yes, Wilson, Dhoby Ghaut), and the response is as good as it gets!!! People smiled, laughed, high – 5 :)!!! Its so heartwarming – luckily we were never get caught :)

    I would love to say – great job IE — its such an inspiration :)

  80. What a great idea for a grumpy early-morning crowd! I like the missions that make a positive difference.

  81. iam a crowd control conductor for the mta and i work at that station although i work in the pm rush hour…i am also a photography graduate from sva…i know a bunch of other spots that would work well also…keep me informed..i’d love to get involved!!! looks like fun…..keith hughes

  82. Simplemente sublime…..ojala podamos hacer aquí en Peru, una experiencia como esta , tan creativa.

  83. This is akin to the “free hugs” idea, but much more appealing to everybody. Kudos on the locale, by the way.

  84. I love the way everyone is smiling! Those people will remember that day for the rest of their lives and hopefully it will make them smile every time they think o f it!

  85. I love how it put smiles onto people’s faces, and I can’t help smiling to myself while watching/reading this, too. :)

  86. This is one of your best. Six people bringing a moment of happiness to thousands of people by simple gesture. Love you!

    For people who say they would need this kind of thing in their home town: tests yourselves whether or not you’re brave enough to be the first one to do it.

  87. Loved the “high-5” and all the others. The wedding reception was touching. I’ll be an agent here in Las Vegas.

  88. I’d like to say this is an incredibly positive and excellent idea – sending out some good emotions into a sea of gray to brighten things up a bit. Thumbs up.

  89. why? what’s the point of this? What does it prove or disprove? is this some sort of performance art?

  90. a group of people did this in madrid at the arguelles stop during the morning rush a couple weeks ago! it made my monday way better :)

  91. Such a shame that I live in the Netherlands!!! Keep up the amazing work, if I ever come to New York I will try to join you on a mission :D

  92. I just think Improve Everywhere is great. You see some pranks that make fun of people but not these guys. They make people feel better and give them something to tell there friends. Keep up the great work guys!!!!

  93. I see lots of smiles in your pictures and that’s never a bad thing. I hear/ed about you guys on NPR and it’s unfortunate about how some of your missions rub people the wrong way (although I especially like when the police are involved but can’t do anything) but this particular mission is awesome. Keep up the good work. HIGH FIVE!

  94. Awesome stunt :) Good thing it was done when it was and not now cause if we tried something like that now, people would be thinking along the lines of “Rob wants to give you H1N1” and whip out their hand sanitizers just thinking about it.

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  96. Hey IE! Just wanted to let you know that I fell in love with this particular mission, and copied it in a downtown metro station in southern France on Dec 30 (which, incidentally, was the day before my birthday). We translated into French and changed Rob to Mich. It was by far the coolest birthday ever – I had so much fun bringing smiles to serious faces. Thanks for the inspiration!!!

  97. You guys are the coolest people for doing these thing, I wanna take part in one of these events, how do I go about doing so

  98. Wow.. what a random place to find Jason Eppink. :X I used to go to school with you how funny that you ended up here, but quite fitting haha this is brilliant.

  99. hehe. this is genius. if i lived in new york i would totally do stuff like this. I think i saw someone doing this at the 2009 LaCrosse Wisconsin Oktoberfest Mapleleaf Parade. I was playing my bass drum in the parade, so my hands weren’t free though. :( too bad. keep up the funny videos!

  100. Hehe, i like the end: High Five Sound Effect (sound of whip =D)

    Nice going people, love all the things you do =D