The dark knight

By IAN SANDS  |  July 8, 2009

"As humans we're very locked into our reality and how we think the world is," says Hargrave. "What we do is show people how to disrupt that reality. We cause a break in that by doing something that's funny and unexpected and unusual.

"Hopefully it makes everybody laugh at the end of the day. And if it doesn't, if they're the victim of a prank, hopefully at least it makes everybody else laugh."

Ian Sands can be reached at isands@phx.com.

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