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1. Improv Everywhere got its start in August 2001 with an unplanned prank. Who did Charlie Todd, in a short-sleeved red-and-white plaid shirt and shorts, impersonate?
2. When Improv Everywhere stages a performance/prank, they are called missions. Which of these missions, first activated in January 2002, has become an annual subway event?
3. Those participating in Improv Everywhere missions are referred to as agents. Over 200 agents participated in a mission during which they froze in place for five minutes starting at 14:30. Which iconic New York terminal concourse was this staged in?
4. One Improv Everywhere mission painted a sidewalk with a white line dividing "Tourists" and "New Yorkers" into separate pedestrian traffic lanes. Agents were there to help direct people. What was used to paint the line and the words?
5. About eighty Improv Everywhere agents showed up for a mission staged in a major store chain in blue polo shirts and khakis. In which store did the agents help customers when asked, even though their "uniform" had no logo?
6. The "Who You Gonna Call?" Improv Everywhere mission was staged in the New York Public Library for the Ghostbusters to to once again save the day! Once the mission moved out of the Rose Main Reading Room, what was the reaction?
7. Working with the Guggenheim Museum on the "stillspotting nyc" project, Improv Everywhere put a podium and megaphone in various public spaces. What were the instructions on the podium?
8. For one Improv Everywhere subway mission, placards were written up for a "Subway Art Gallery Opening". Where did they get the art for the opening?
9. On rainy Monday afternoon, what did Improv Everywhere offer as a couple exited the Office of the City Clerk?
10. Improv Everywhere staged one mission at the Trump Tower atrium called the "I Love Lunch" musical. Which of these "Today Show" stars had a cameo?
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