An audience volunteer talks about a day in their life. Players create a narrative about that day, no matter how dull, pleasantly poking fun at the audience volunteer. In Ding Dong the audience member can correct the story as they see fit.
A player will get a suggestion start a scene and the audience will decide if they want more of that scene or less of that scene. If the audience wants more, another open scene will be created based on elements from the last scene. If the audience wants less, a player not involved in the previous scene comes on stage and gets a new offer form the audience and starts a new scene.
This handle is used to overlay, or completely disrupt, an open scene. The host will coach the audience to collectively make the game show buzzer noise whenever two performers are occupying the same physical pose on stage.