A volunteer describes an incident they experienced -- something embarrassing, funny, puzzling, etc. -- to the whole group. The joker asks questions to clarify details and verify understanding.
Then, the joker asks for volunteers to enact the scene. They are free to improvise in any way they like.
At the end, the original volunteer comments on their version.
Option: at this point the joker can underscore the differences between the original and the improvised version and ask for another set of volunteers to do a second version, with the goal being to further explore the incident, to make the improvisation closer to the narrator's description, or some other goal. (feel free)