Pranks used for good instead of evil.
Bill Hader took some time out recently from movie-making to lend a hand in what will undoubtedly go down as one of the best pranks Iroquois High School in Elma, New York, has ever seen.
Through Make-A-Wish America, high school senior Grace Aroune wished for comedian Bill Hader to visit her school in character and prank the entire student body. Hader dressed as a firefighter and then went from classroom to classroom giving really bad fire-safety advice.
As you'd expect, the results are incredibly funny. Eventually the ruse was uncovered, and Hader revealed himself at a student assembly, but not before doing some Stefon over the loud speaker.
Nice work, Bill.
You can watch Hader talk with Jimmy Kimmel about the prank and some quick thinking by Aroune to keep Hader's identity a secret.
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