This season the guys bravely try to out do each other as they conduct sensitivity training to office employees, misbehave in a waiting room as unreceptive receptionists, don headsets at a fast food drive-through window, tank as gas station attendants and much more.
The jokers work inside a dentist's office, annoy patrons at a movie theater and participate in a crazy photography shoot at a public park for their blogs.
The guys review their favorite moments from the past season, and they reveal the most surprising occurrences, the best overall reactions and never-before-seen footage.
The guys review their favorite moments from season one, and they reveal the most surprising occurences, the best overall reactions and never-before-seen footage.
The guys try get strangers to hold their hands in a park, annoy the patrons at a comic book shop and participate in a competitive race down an aisle at a grocery store.
The guys share shameful secrets in the park; don headsets at a fast food drive-through; try to convince unsuspecting strangers to dance with them.
Q, Murr, Joe and Sal are set to compete in a whole new set of unbelievably awkward and brazen hijinks. And this time around, the over-the-top challenges are going to reach a new side-splitting standard.
The guys debut uninspiring inventions to stunned focus groups, use people for pillows, talk shoppers out of their desired products; then the loser has his laptop make noises in a coffee shop.
The guys endure a case of the shakes in a discount store, put their fate in the hands of the “Wheel of Doom,” and try to hack it as Hibachi chefs without going up in flames.
The guys endure a shakedown at a discount store, test fate with the ''Wheel of Doom'' and attempt to become Hibachi chefs.
The guys search for imaginary places, pick their own poison in the park and hunt for a house-sitter.
The friends face off as optometrists, giving financial advice and hunting for political votes.
The guys teach a dance class, attempt to sell tickets to Broadway plays and demand a rematch in sudden death debates.
Taste test with embarrassing survey questions; haggling at a flea market; gas-station attendants.
The guys test fate with the "Wheel of Doom"; Joe and Sal act as mall janitors; dental assistants; Sal faces his fear of cats.
The friends face off in a series of challenges including giving palm readings and manicures.
The guys lose sight of social etiquette with strangers in the park, present disastrous timeshare opportunities to future vacationers, and get sneaky with people's pockets in the grocery store.
The guys hug it out with strangers in the park, go head-to-head pitching wacky inventions to confused consumers, and launch a manhunt for their imaginary wives.
The guys paint themselves into a corner teaching an art class, face the dartboard of destiny at a local bar, and tonight's loser stresses out over a Joker home invasion.
Joe, Sal, Q and Murr must think on their feet at a podiatrist's office; burying unusual objects in the park; grocery store race.
The guys promote office safety to stunned employees, and dabble in online dating with humiliating profiles.
The Jokers are challenged to hold in their laughter during presentations designed to crack them up.
A surprise visit by special guest Rosie O’Donnell during a bogus presentation on cloning has a very shocked Q seeing double. The scene is the ultimate payoff to a running gag about Q’s uncanny resemblance to Rosie. Also this week, Joe, Sal, Murr and Q strike out with patrons in a bowling alley and try to force-feed unsuspecting diners.
Imagine Dragons, the alternative rock band that topped the charts this summer with the hit song "Radioactive," are set to make an appearance on truTV's hilarious hidden-camera series Impractical Jokers. In one of the most mortifying punishments ever, two of the guys must perform as the opening act at a sold-out Imagine Dragons concert, despite a complete lack of musical ability. Members of Imagine Dragons, who are fans of the show, join the non-losing jokers backstage and get in on the fun.
The pranksters play with French fries at a food court and present some wacky inventions to a focus group. Later, they go to a burger eatery at the Jersey Shore.
The guys compete to stay undetected in a high flying challenge, force each other to do absurd tasks at a music store, and try to get a compliment on some not-so stylish outfits.
The guys blindly follow each other's humiliating directions at a water park, compete to sell their ridiculous book ideas, and try to convince unknowing strangers to save their seats in Times Square.
The guys revive some classic jokes at their own expense; they go head-to-head debating nonsense in a humiliating elimination challenge.
The guys get eaten alive leading a business luncheon, and trip over their own feet selling running shoes.