View Full Version : Tony's Pony Rocks the House

March 31, 2004, 08:42 AM

From left butt to right butt: CeCe Garcia, Pablo Vega, Ben Moeser, Diana Chang, Eric Drowatzky, Dave Seigel

Coached By Scott Jennings


March 31, 2004, 08:54 AM

Lisa P
March 31, 2004, 08:58 AM
You know, when people told me you were a bunch of asses, I told them they were wrong. Don't I feel foolish now?

Zack Bly
March 31, 2004, 08:58 AM
it looks almost as good flipped around


March 31, 2004, 09:18 AM
Associated Press - AP -
The most recent Bigfoot sighting was March 23, 2004 when photographers snapped a picture of an adult male hairless Bigfoot leaping about an urban area. The picture shows that Bigfoot was wearing jeans, a belt, and two shirts and witnesses described him as "confused" and "hilarious." The Bigfoot was seen fleeing from the area in a car with the lights not working and later buying Atkins flan at a local grocery. When asked about this sighting, DSI instructor Ross White called it a "hoax" and suggested that this reporter "get a life."


Experts believe that this Bigfoot may be related in someway the legendary Jennings Kong, a beast that lives in shadow and mystery and tosses barrels at Italian men.

Jennings Kong (artist's rendering)

March 31, 2004, 09:45 AM
So that's where the hole in the wall came from. Improv Pilates. Nice.

read: this is a joke... i know where the hole came from... hole-making robots.

Kit's Alter Ego
March 31, 2004, 09:56 AM
The blue paint dried on the wall, and Scott sighed heavily. It had been a good try, a fleeting shot at immortality, but now it was over. He stared at the place on the wall where the hole had once been...then blinked, squinted hard, and moved his gaze a half-foot to the left. It was there, wasn't it? Surely the spackle job hadn't been that professional! But no, even running his fingers over the wall failed to show the spot.

It wasn't fair! His plan had been perfect: wait for a moment when the rest of the group was distracted in a scene, enter quickly, exit 'carelessly,' make use of the nearest extended foot (or if none was available, no one could fault him tripping on the carpet), then lean his shoulder into the drywall behind him and...and it had worked...for a while. Everyone had laughed, considered putting a poster over it, possibly even a poster with Scott's face. There was even idle talk of a miniature shrine in the empty space beyond the ragged plaster edges.

...But then that damn White boy had gone all officious all of a sudden, and there was no more time, no more laughter, no more pats on the back. A man in blue jeans and a dirty shirt had come and filled in the hole, leaving behind a clean slate in the eyes of the public, but a pussy scar across Scott's soul. Then came the paint, meticulously matched to the original color, and there was no longer even a scar to brag about. The hole was an invisible war story, and no one really believes that kind.

His watch beeped twice, reminding him of how late it was getting, and he shook it all off...all that was on the outside, at least. It was time to move on before anyone noticed his moments of shuddering doubt and tried to be compassionate or, worse, sympathetic. No, he had an image to maintain, and he would hold his head high to the end.

This thought came around for a second pass, this time louder, resonating on a familiar level. He could, couldn't he? After all, it could just be another accident...and an accident they'd have a much harder time covering up with a splash of blue. The question of physical harm never came into the equation; he'd survived this long, why get worried now? Scott turned his gaze skyward, and a slow grin crept out of hiding, illuminating his plan as sure as if he'd written it on the wall. He leapt...

The next morning, when they saw the bits of ceiling on the floor, they knew who was responsible. After all, who else could have broken through to the crawlspace above? Who could have accidentally punctured the room twice?


Besides, he was still hanging up there, struggling.


PS: Ethan, you are awesome.

March 31, 2004, 10:05 AM
Kit, you are awesomer. We should be in a group together.

Zack Bly
March 31, 2004, 10:09 AM
this is all i could think of.


ethan and kit : you are both too awesome.

March 31, 2004, 10:13 AM
Improv pilates... yes... that's what we were doing. Of course.

We all failed, btw. We miss Pete.

March 31, 2004, 10:55 AM
It's amazing how quickly the coach's ass eclipsed the team.

Lisa P
March 31, 2004, 11:14 AM
It's amazing how quickly the coach's ass eclipsed the team.Well, it is, after all, a magnificent ass.

March 31, 2004, 11:32 AM
Eric's right! There's a team of fantastic improvisors in that picture! Some of the finest players I've ever seen in my life and that fact should not be eclipsed by a simple shot of Scott Jennings's ass. Or their own asses. Their...magnificent...asses...so perfect...just...you know, there...just...sitting there...my my my...this is a lovely day to stare at Tony's Pony....yes....my precioussss....thieving hobbitses try to take Tony's Pony away from us...take the asses for themselves...take the PRECIOUS for themselves...

ah, fukkit, it was a contrived bit to begin with. I'm gonna eat some soup.

Kit's Alter Ego
March 31, 2004, 11:59 AM
ah, fukkit, it was a contrived bit to begin with. I'm gonna eat some soup.

You'd be surprised how often people say this to me with a comma between the k's.


PS: Yes, the soup part too. Ours is not to wonder why...

March 31, 2004, 02:08 PM
Thanks, Ethan.

Zack Bly
March 31, 2004, 02:15 PM
It's amazing how quickly the coach's ass eclipsed the team.

i'm sorry, you're right. it's unfair. that was a fun picture with all you guys in it, but for some reason (i think it's the amount of headroom) it doesn't look as fun when you flip it upside down. and of course there's the irrepressible scott jennings cult of personality that dominates the whole board that you can't really get around....post a picture of scott jennings and someone is going to start talking about it somehow. don't ask me why, it just happens, to everyone, without rhyme or reason, unfailingly.

so it's clear that there are concrete reasons why this post spun out of control, and nobody is to be blamed. that said, let me re-iterate that as fun as the picture of jennings upside down is, tony's pony is UNDOUBTEDLY funnier.

at the Inside Improv!
Friday, 9 April, 2004 - 11:00 pm

Kit's Alter Ego
March 31, 2004, 03:43 PM

March 31, 2004, 04:13 PM
Hooray!! Now we look like headless midgets. Very Funny.