Everybody knows Improv Everywhere, of the infamous Best Buy uniform prank where they almost made a Best Buy store in NYC call in Homeland Security. Well for the past few weeks they have been putting out their Movie In Real Life videos. The latest is Spartacus.

While the idea of having someone order a coffee with the name Spartacus and then having other people call out "I am Spartacus" is clever, that's not where the funny is in this video. Does it seem to anyone else like none of the actual staff or real customers get the reference at all? The clapping at the end seems more like "Yeah, whatever. Good job, I guess." than actual appreciation of what the group was doing.