Luke Null[Starts with video clips of “Chicago Fire.”]
Male voice: You love “Chicago Fire”, the greedy drama about the brave men and women in the windy city. And you couldn’t tear your eyes away from Chicago PD. Now, Dick Wolf is back with a new drama about another group of Chicago and struggling in the face of an unforgiving city.[A group of young people gather together]
Alex: You guys ready?
Tina: Let’s do this.
Male voice: It’s Dick Wolf’s “Chicago Improv.” An unfiltered look at the cut through world of the Chicago’s Improv comedy scene.
Tina: All we need is a suggestion of household object. Anything you have around your house.
Tina: Okay. Um, something other than dildo please.
Audience: Two dildos.
Male voice: Unflinching in its depiction of the real lives of the Chicago Improvisors. Dialog ripped from real life improv classes.
Alex: Hey! Great object work out there.
Mikey: Oh, yeah. Coz all of your sweep edits were perfectly timed.[Melissa walks in sobbing]
Melissa: [yelling] Stop it! We’re all in the same Herald team.[Chris walks in from the door]
Chris: Guys, you know who’s in the audience right now?
Male voice: “What the hell was everything they just said?” asks The New York Times. And the Boston Globe wonders, “Who is Greg Amico? Should I know who that is?” Watch as people wearing plaid balance love and ambition in America’s number three comedy market.[Cut to Alex running into Tina in the streets]
Alex: I heard you’re doing standup now?
Tina: Just some open mics.
Alex: I guess you’ll have what you wanted. Stage all to yourself.
Tina: Hey! How many people from Torco even make it to main stage?
Male voice: I don’t really know who the bad guys is here.[Cut to the team having fun in a room. Mikey walks in.]
Mikey: Guys, I booked it. I’m filming two commercials for Lou Malnati’s.
Chris: Congrats… Hollywood.
Male voice: “The only show with real Chicago faces and bodies… I wanna see pretty people” complains the Hollywood Reporter. While USA Today says, “The fire imagery was misleading.”[Cut to the team performing]
Tina: [acting handicapped] My name is Jakie Jake and I was born in a log cabin.
Male voice: “Did Dick Wolf lose a bet? Why did he make this?” asks the Wall Street Journal. “Too much improv” says Improv Magazine. If they didn’t like it, you’re gonna hate Dick Wolf’s “Chicago Improv.”