Today at 3 p.m. ET, YouTube and HP are presenting a crowd-sourced, live improv comedy show. HP ePrint Live will stream over YouTube and features comedian Rob Riggle and actors from the Upright Citizens Brigade Theatre (UCB Theatre). The two-hour show (being shown on the HP ePrint Live YouTube channel as well as the HP for Home Facebook page) is letting audience viewers to assist in the show, by letting them send ideas for the improv skits (just like the show “Whose Line is it Anyway?”) via HP ePrint technology. To send an idea, email [email protected] (or on Twitter, add the hashtag #ePrintLive), and the idea will print out on printers on the stage. Riggle and the actors will then select their favorite ideas and perform them during the live event. After the event, HP says that for five days the suggestions will continue to be converted into original comedy shorts for viewing and sharing across social media. HP says that viewers can submit photos, words, drawings or other ideas – it’s not just limited to sentences or thought-out ideas. If an idea is chosen for the show, they will receive a link to their personal video via e-mail. If you’re “working from home” or just want to take a mid-afternoon Friday break, check it out to see the ePrint technology and the YouTube live event streaming work.