[07/06/12 - 07:49 AM] IFC Teams with Improv Comedy Community to Expand "Bunk Yourself" Twitter Game The companion, play-at-home Twitter-based game is tied to each premiere episode of the series.
[via press release from IFC]
IFC Teams with Improv Comedy Community to Expand "Bunk Yourself" Twitter Game - New Episode of Bunk Premieres Tonight
IFC is teaming with the improv comedy community to expand "Bunk Yourself," the companion, play-at-home Twitter-based game tied to each premiere episode of IFC's Bunk Friday nights at 10:30pm ET/PT. Starting tonight, at home players will be competing to win a $300 voucher towards a class at an improv school in their area. For a full list of Improv schools rallying behind "Bunk Yourself," please visit http://ifc.tv/OzETPZ.
"Bunk Yourself" enables viewers to compete in some of the zany, offbeat Bunk challenges while they're watching the show. Users simply follow @IFCBunk, where each new challenge will be announced and tweet their own off-the-wall responses. "Bunk Yourself" will continue each week through the season finale on Friday, August 10.
*There will be one winner per Bunk challenge announced on Twitter. Entries will be accepted Friday nights between 10:30pm ET and 4:00am ET. Winners will be announced the following Monday morning.
Bunk, hosted by the always barefooted Kurt Braunohler, is an improv comedy show in which a trio of comedians compete in a series of bizarre challenges to win outlandish and surreal prizes. Each week, contestants are armed with nothing more than their wits and fertile imaginations as they complete offbeat games and challenges to win a myriad of "non-charitable causes" such as the ability to travel back in time, having a priest supply an alibi, and trading lives with a baby.
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