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Classroom Lecture Musical Prank

Now this is a clever and entertaining classroom prank: here's Reach! A lecture musical prank by Prangstgrüp, starring Mike Barry with lyrics by Brian Jacobs. Even Prof. James Valentini, who teaches chemistry at Columbia College was amused.

Hit play or go to Link [YouTube] - Thanks Suhan Li!


makes me think of that Grade School Musical episode of South Park.
Musicals are silly, people in real life just don't break out in song. Notice how everyone in the video thought it was weird.
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If I was the professor I would have one upped them by announcing a surprise test! And all their classmates can thank them after class. Mwahahahahaha! :D
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@ Scooter: Weird good, maybe. It's always a little uncomfortable at first when people really go for it, whatever "it" is, but they were all smiling pretty much uncontrollably. The final verdict is usually that it's neat when people do something all the way and stop worrying about being cool.
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Agree with violet.

Reminds me of ImprovEverywhere's spontaneous food court musical. Random unexpected things, no matter how corny, always bring a smile on people's faces. ^^
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Wonder if it was an assignment for their Drama class or something.
Nice to know there are still professors with a sense of humor out there.
It never hurts to break up the monotony and stress of class once in a while.
I give it 5 stars.
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