Guess My Line on the Toilet Skit
A Favorite Skit
This Skit has gross parts.
2, 3, or more unsuspecting volunteers.
2 scouts to run the skit.
set the chair center stage.
select your volunteers and have one scout take them back stage where they can not hear what is going on onstage.
The skit only works well if the volunteers have not seen it before so it can't be done very often.
You might want to have an actual prize that gets the contestants trying their best.
Back stage, the scout tells the volunteers they will be in a contest to get the audience to guess their job. Give each volunteer a different job - racecar driver, weightlifter, horse jockey, newspaper delivery boy, ... whatever you can think of that might be interesting and can be done sitting on a chair.
Each volunteer is sent onstage, one at a time, to get the audience to guess their job.
Meanwhile, onstage, the other scout is telling the audience that the chair is a toilet seat and we'll see how each of the volunteers use it.
Call out the first contestant and see what happens. When the laughs die down, have him stop and get the next contestant.