Last night at band practice our singer/guitarist told me a story that kind of left my jaw hanging open. On Easter Sunday, our singer/guitarist (we'll call him "Barry") and his girlfriend (we'll call her "Kayla") were getting ready to go out to dinner with their folks. While they're getting ready to go, "Kayla's" best friend's boyfriend stops over. The shoot the breeze for a while and then they all leave. When they get home, the door to the porch is open (I haven't been to their place, but I assume the porch is a balcony on the second floor) which has happened before- like it blew open or something. "Barry" hears some meowing in the bathroom, and one of thier cats is in the bathtub (the kind with glass sliding doors). "Barry" goes to pick the cat up and there's a towel laying in the bathtub, and picks up the towel. Underneath the towel is... the skeleton of a human baby with dirt and grass on it. "Barry" calls "Kayla" into the bathroom. She sees it and general histerics ensue. "Barry" grabs 'every phone in the house' and goes downstairs and outside and calls 911. "Barry" says it took 3 minutes for the police to arrive, and it was 'the longest 3 minutes of his life,' during that 3 minutes, they called "Kayla's" best friend and left a panicked message to call, they get a call back a moment later. The call went something like this: "Barry:" "Hello?" Best Friend Chick: "Did you find something?" "Barry:" (hangs up) The cops arrive and "Barry" tells them that they've just been taken by a practical joke- and is still really mad, and brings the cops upstairs. The cop looks at it, still thinks it's real, and "starts poking at it," and it looks real. Until he actually picks it up and there's a manufacturer stamp on the back. It turns out the skeleton is a movie prop. No Spencers gag gift, but a realistic skeleton made specifically for being a movie prop. While I could see it being funny if you were there to catch the reaction, and then laugh with a 'gotcha.' But I think to have them find it after being gone most of the day, to just cross 'that line' between 'the joke's on you' to 'that's not cool.'