Joe, Sal, Q, and Murr have to complete a series of bizarre tasks at a video game store, and race with rock climbers to get them to repeat a bizarre word before they reach the top.
The guys bite off more than they can chew serving customers at a sub shop, and they team up at a food court to perform a mystery task based on ambiguous hints from their partner.
Joe, Sal, Q, and Murr try to warm up to strangers at a ski lodge and pull up a chair as uninvited guests at an Italian restaurant.
The guys give a taste of their awkward customer service at a liquor store and take tickets of humiliation at a deli counter.
The guys are forced to look for love in all the wrong places at a singles' event, and then phone it in making embarrassing calls on strangers' cells.
The Jokers make some tough calls at a telemarketing agency that leave everyone wondering if they're just phoning it in. Then, the guys' intentions get wishy-washy at a fountain in the mall. Plus, Q and Sal tap into their spiritual side when they catch some dreams down at the shore. And the big loser of the night has his tour dampened by the other Jokers.
Joe, Murr, Sal and Q network their way into some very uncomfortable business conversations, and go head to head in a photography presentation that's anything but picture perfect. Then, the clock is ticking during a time sensitive challenge in the park. And finally, tonight's big loser thinks he can sing and dance his way out of his punishment.
It's spa day for the Jokers, although for them it's anything but relaxing. Then at the park, Sal reveals his secret identity while discussing the "birds-and-bees" of dolphins. Plus, surprised strangers wish they could have their "penny" back for sharing their thoughts. Finally, the big loser finds himself a little over dressed and at the last minute has the runway pulled out from under him.
Joe, Sal, Murr, and Q spread the love as attendants in a bridal dress shop much to the dismay of the brides-to-be, and break a sacred guy-code in the process. Plus, they attempt to sway frightened focus groups with fragrance campaigns that truly stink. Then the punishment takes an unexpected and never before seen twist when the big loser wonders if he's too old to get a visit from the tooth fairy.
Joe, Q, Murr and Sal get themselves into some hairy predicaments at the beauty supply store. Then, they discover that a language barrier adds to the awkwardness during a text message challenge in Time's Square. And later, a panel of esteemed educators offers no help to tonight's stammering loser.
Murr, Sal, Q, and Joe share secrets with shoppers in a grocery store, but when one shopper has a history with Murr the embarrassment escalates to a whole new level!
Joe, Sal, Q, and Murr feel the wrath of disapproving focus groups after nonsensical presentations and try to reach out and touch strangers at the mall with anything but their hands. Plus, the guys must quit their job in front of an unamused crowd. Then the big loser takes a back seat in tonight's punishment and goes for the ride of his life.
The guys have to keep a straight face as the other Jokers act out bizarre scenes, then they try to get an embarrassing word in edgewise with strangers at the park. And playtime is over for tonight's big loser when the punishment hits a little too close to home.
Things get explosive when the guys revive some classic jokes at their own expense. Then, they go head-to-head debating nonsense in a humiliating elimination challenge.
The guys blindly follow each other's humiliating directions at a water park and compete to sell their ridiculous book ideas.
Joe, Sal, Q, and Murr head to the Lone Star State in a special episode that proves even embarrassment is bigger in Texas. The city boys from New York whip up trouble teaching cowboy skills on a ranch, and forget their southern hospitality trying to sell western wear. And it's a real drag for tonight's loser at what is definitely his first rodeo.
Check out deleted scenes from Impractical Jokers challenges.
Meet The Tenderloins, lifelong friends on a mission to embarrass each other. Since they were kids, The Tenderloins have dared each other to do the most embarrassing, uncomfortable things possible. Now, to find out once and for all who's best under pressure, they'll compete in the most awkward social experiments America can dream up.
They have to SAY it. They have to DO it. You have to SEE it. Once you start watching, you just can't stop! Q, Sal, Joe and Murr have entertained each other for years with the most hilarious dares ever. Now you can watch them in a series of outrageous stunts (recorded by hidden cameras) to make each other (and you) howl with laughter!
Finally! Joe Gatto tells the real story of "Larry!" In talking about his favorite episode of "Impractical Jokers," he also tells the inside tale of how he personally crafted Q's humiliating art exhibit punishment.
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