Chelsea 11:17 (so-called because it met at 11:17 every Friday night) was a semi-improvisational theater group I was involved with in college. The way it worked was, people would write scripts, generally short and funny, over the course of the week. They would bring them in on Friday night, parts would get handed out to anyone who wanted one, and people would act them out on the spot. Below are the scripts I wrote or co-wrote for Chelsea. Some of them are a bit in-jokey; I've labeled them appropriately.
The Oracle is an omniscient being that lives on the Internet. People e-mail him questions, and he sends back an answer and a question to be answered. The funniest question/answer pairings get published in the Oracular Digests. Below are the pairings that I was involved with, either as question or as answer, that made it into the digest.
How can I get the cute girl who lives in the dorm across from mine, to go out with me?
Where can I get a copy of the game "Real Life?"
What should I do to deliberately fail a physics exam?
Was the answer funny, or not?
Should I sell out to The Man?
Why am I having these recurring dreams about Lenin?
Why can't I get my *&)^(*&^ router to let my server work?
Where have all the cowboys gone?
Things I've written that don't fit into the above categories.
Tales of the City:Overture
Teaser for a TV series I'd love to write. "The City" is the archetypal city; you can get there from any city by getting a little to close to the city's heart. It's very difficult to get back out again.
The Most Powerful Man in the World