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Do you keep people in stitches without the use of a tire iron?
Do your friends think you're funny?
Can you bullshit stories about a tribe of pygmy ninjas who wanted you to bear their love child all off the cuff?
If any (or all) of the above is true about you then send an e-mail to email@example.com expressing your interest in being part of an improvisational comedy show on Split Infinity Radio. Staff or Listeners are welcome to contact me. Click read more for a list of the games I would like to try and play on air.Alphabet: Two performers enact a given scene in which each sentence must begin with the subsequent letter of the alphabet, beginning with an audience-suggested letter. The performers must go through the entire alphabet once.
Change Letter: Two or three performers act out a given scene, and must substitute every occurrence of a given letter in their dialogue with another given letter (e.g. every "B" must be changed to "F"). In the US version, all four performers would play.
Number of Words: The four performers act out a given scene. Each is also assigned a number, which is the exact number of words each must use at a time.
Questions Only: Two performers enact a given scene speaking only in questions, while the other performers wait off-stage, one behind each of them. If either performer speaks in a non-question, or takes too long to respond, the host sounds the buzzer and they are replaced by the performer behind them.
Quick Change: Two or three performers enact a given scene. Another performer stands offstage and says "change" at various times during the scene; the performer who had the last line must then provide an alternate line. The changed line is commonly itself "changed", leading to both confusion, or a punchline under the comedic rule of three.
Scenes From a Hat: Random scenes submitted by the audience are randomly selected. Participants take turns performing iterations of them until the scene changes to a new one from the hat.
World's Worst: Performers rapid fire examples of the world's worst "blank" (ex. Firefighter) with topics submitted by the audience.
Let's Make a Date: One performer is the contestant on a dating-type show. The other three performers are the possible dates who are given odd personalities or characters. Following one or two rounds of questioning, contestant must guess who the others are. Similar to "Party Quirks".
Press Conference: One performer is giving a press conference while the other three ask questions as reporters. The subject of the conference is either a known figure giving some sort of announcement (e.g. Santa retiring) or some sort of unusual achievement (e.g. the first female Pope). The subject is not informed of their identity, and must deduce it from the questions that the reporters ask.
Award Show: Two performers host an award show for a given absurd achievement; the other two are the winners and make an acceptance speech.
Change Emotion: The performers begin a scene suggested by the audience and at random the host will randomly insert a new emotion that one or all of the performers must switch to.
Weird Newscasters: One performer is the lead anchor of a news broadcast who acts normally; the other three are the co-host, sports anchor, and weather anchor, and are each given an odd personality or character which they must exhibit. A running gag is for the lead anchor to introduce the other characters with humorous pun names, and to open the newscast with a joke news item.