Those pranksters at Improv Everywhere took their shenanigans underground and set up a photo studio in a subway car yesterday. They told everyone they had to take their portraits for the annual subway yearbook. Oh New York, so gullible sometimes.

Well fellow straphangers, don't expect to see your mug in the MTA-produced 2009/2010 yearbook, since it doesn't exist (as they say, "Making a complete yearbook is a pretty absurd idea if you really think about it—over 4.3 million people ride the subway each day in New York."). It's nice to hear that even on a crowded 6 train locals were willing to have some fun though; they report back they had "no trouble finding lots of fun people willing to get on board with two lame looking dudes in cheap blue dress shirts."