Second city yesterday was really funny. We got shoved in a front-row seat and picked on to provide detailed improv prompts for a big log improv thingy. Plus they did a classroom sketch where the background, not-meant-to-be-particularly-funny patter was the teacher character giving (amid meant-to-be-funny interruptions by the students) a 100% completely accurate proof of the irrationality of the square root of 2. Plus they made some jokes about James Burke and Connections. (though the dude's James Burke impression was halfway to Harry Caray, not that I'm complaining) I basically couldn't have asked to be any more in the target demographic. Good times.