Surprise Graduation Prank – Random Acts

Surprise Graduation Prank – Random Acts

October 28, 2019 57 By Stanley Isaacs


Today is the day. And here’s what
we’re gonna do. Savannah and her family will
be arriving in about an hour to do the
escape room challenge, which will be set up
in this room. But before they arrive,
our entire team will be in this room prepping
everything we need for our graduation surprise–
the decorations, the flowers, the stage–everything, until
they enter the escape room, where…I’ll becontrolling
the situation, because they need to stay
in the escape room just long enough for us to… quietly transport
all of the things that we’ve prepped–
we’ll have the chairs, and the graduaton ceremony,
and the guests, and everything, and–ah,
she’s going to be blown away. There’s gonna be
a lot of love in the room. With no escape. Right, let’s
get to work. Let’s go! ♪♪ ♪♪ Emilie:We’re setting up all
of the cameras to make sureeverything works so we can
see
everything that they do in the escape room. Once they are
in the escape room, we gotta move everything
that we’ve prepared over here and move it over to that room– Quietly. [whispering] Very quietly. So they don’t find out. [Over radio]We have eyes on the
jeep, it is parking.
We gotta get these in. [Over radio]Okay, we’re still
going to tell her where to go.
Rolling, all camera’s
rolling?
Hi!Hi!How’s it going?Good. We’re here
for the escape room.Oh, perfect.Great.Lisa:They just got
in the building. They are in here
right now,
heading over
to the escape room.
Shh! Emilie:Hey you guys!Hi!Welcome, welcome.Man:Are you the King family?We are.Awesome.Come on in.Alright.Welcome to Escape.Alright to start,
we’re going to close the door.
Okay, let’s go!Let’s go.♪♪ It’s go time. We gotta move. ♪♪ ♪♪ Soft, soft. [mouthing the words]
We have to be quiet, shh! ♪♪ [Emilie whispering]
We’re 15 minutes in,
how are they doing?Pretty good,which is pretty bad.I did something!What? ♪♪ [Lisa whispering]There are a
lot of people working
together very quietly.It’s a lot more
difficult
than it seems. [whispering]
This is Savannah right here. [whispering]
Do a little more on my right. ♪♪ [clanging noise]
Oh!
Oh, that scared me. [whispering]
What was that? I thought that was
a bell, saying, “You’re done.” [dramatic music] I just went over
to the other roomto see if there was anybody
who had showed up,
and it is packed wall-to-wall
with people.
[dramatic music] It’s finally go time,
are we ready for the hat? The hat is finished. Okay, the hat’s finished,
good. [cheering]
We’re so close.
Girl:We have six minutes left![dramatic music] [Over radio]We are seven
minutes away from reveal.
Running low on time,
so we gotta go get the audience and get them seated. [dramatic music continues] Savannah:Oh, I got
something, guys,
I found something![cheering] [cheers] Yay! Yeah!Oh, you guys, I’m so
proud of you!
We’ve got everything set,
and everything ready, all we need is a
master of ceremonies. [whispering]
And that would be me. I am going to be up on that
stage making sure everything goes according to plan. Emilie’s going
to bring her out, turn her around,and over
300 people are going to be
cheering for her,
“Savannah, we love you.”
We do havea fun little
tradition that we like to do, can I steal a little
volunteer? Since you’re standing– I guess I’m here, yeah. Emilie:Okay.We usually have people walk
backwards across the threshold,
so you can see
all of the work that you’ve done. Savannah:I love it!Emilie:Just keep
your eyes on me,
there we go.You did such
a wonderful job.And you deserve this.[cheering] [upbeat music] Woo, Savannah! Hi Savannah. Hello.You might be wondering
what’s going on. I’m Lisa, this is Emilie,
we’re from a TV show calledRandom Acts,
you are a wonderful person, we’ve had many, many
conversations with a lot of people here today,
about how strong you’ve had to be lately,
and because you couldn’t
go to your own graduation,
we wanted to bringgraduation to you.This is your
high school graduation. [upbeat music] Emilie:Well,
Savannah, you can’t
graduate like this.So we’re going
to take you back, get you a cap and gown,
get you all dolled up for your graduation. Okay.So let’s get you going.[upbeat music] Will:Ladies and gentlemen,
please stand as we welcome
the graduating class of the 2017
West Lake Senior High,Savannah King.[Pomp and Circumstance plays] [cheering]Thank you so much to
everybody for being here today,
we are going to have several
delightful speeches
honoring her, and telling you
about what a cool, awesome girl she is. Wow. Wow.Savannah,I want you
to remember a couple things. You had some really hard and
painfullessons in life,and they’ve made you into
the most
compassionate, empathetic, loving, giving,
personI have ever met.Man:You, Savannah King,
are not a quitter. And you’re standing here
with a cap and gown, and we both know how
remarkable that is.You inspire me, and you
inspire everyone here,
and I still remember the
text that you sentto our little family,
and you said,
“Guess what, fellas?I’m gonna graduate.”I give you Savannah
Mary King,
class of 2017.♪♪ Bring it in. ♪♪ Lisa:That’s our show,
thanks for watching!
Big thanks to Escape
and Ashley Marie Cakes. Random Acts on three? All:One, two, three,
Random Acts! Hey, I’ve heard great things
about this place. I’m sorry. Oh! Emilie:Can I?Right this way. Great, thanks. Wait, what’s
going on here? [Gasp]
It’s better
than I imagined!What’s happening? Um, this is only
for subscribers. Wait a minute. You’re saying I have to
subscribe to your channel to gain access
to really cool and awesome stuff
that’s inside? There’s so
much stuff! Yeah. All right, well,
there you go. That was easy. Welcome. All you gotta do
is click a little button. Emilie:Hours of
entertainment, Will!
Will:Oh my gosh!I’ve just been
e-enraptured!
[Laughs]