List of Impractical Jokers episodes

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Impractical Jokers is an American hidden camera-practical joke reality television series that premiered on TruTV on December 15, 2011. It follows the 4 members including: Joe Gatto, James Murray, Brian Quinn, and Sal Vulcano of the comedy troupe The Tenderloins as they coerce one another into doing public pranks while being filmed by hidden cameras.

Series overview[edit]

SeasonEpisodesOriginally aired
First airedLast aired
116December 15, 2011 (2011-12-15)May 3, 2012 (2012-05-03)
228September 6, 2012 (2012-09-06)December 12, 2013 (2013-12-12)
331January 2, 2014 (2014-01-02)October 30, 2014 (2014-10-30)
426January 29, 2015 (2015-01-29)October 22, 2015 (2015-10-22)
526February 11, 2016 (2016-02-11)November 3, 2016 (2016-11-03)
626February 9, 2017 (2017-02-09)November 2, 2017 (2017-11-02)
726February 1, 2018 (2018-02-01)December 6, 2018 (2018-12-06)
826[1]March 28, 2019 (2019-03-28)TBA
Specials30February 2, 2012 (2012-02-02)TBA

Episodes[edit]

Season 1 (2011–12)[edit]

No.TitleOriginal airdateLosing Joker(s)U.S. viewers
(millions)
1"Pay It Forward"December 15, 2011Sal1.52[2]

The Jokers pretend to be eccentric White Castle cashiers, gather signatures in Union Square for causes the other Jokers have written for them, answer tourist questions in Times Square, and act as Costco store employees.

Punishment: Sal must pick up dog poop in the park and hold it for 20 seconds.
2"Butterfly Crime Scene"December 15, 2011Sal1.33[2]

The group is challenged to apply the most lotion to beach-goers, grab as many groceries from other customers at a grocery store as they can, survey amusement park guests at Six Flags Great Adventure, and pay the least at a frozen yogurt shop.

Punishment: Sal has to make up a song called "Butterfly Crime Scene" to sing to hundreds of spectators at a baseball stadium.
3"Unmotivational Speaker"December 22, 2011Sal1.50[3]

The guys try off-color techniques of impressing women while speed-dating and act as fortune tellers at a boardwalk. Later, they talk to patrons through a bullhorn they can't control and ask surprising questions of people in a pharmacy.

Punishment: Sal poses as a motivational speaker delivering ludicrous methods of work ethics.
4"Boardwalk of Shame"December 29, 2011Joe1.31[4]

The guys play a game of "Don't I Know You?", invade beach-goers' towels, play a humorous word game with customers at a grocery store, and act as salesmen at a car dealership.

Punishment: Joe goes to the boardwalk and has to put a stranger's toe in his mouth.
5"Drawing a Blank"January 5, 2012Sal1.48[5]

The Jokers act as reporters preparing an interview, caricature artists in a mall, and oddball apartment dwellers looking for roommates, and cut in line for Broadway show tickets.

Punishment: Sal has to pose as a published author and read an excerpt from a brand new book the other Jokers have created for him. However, the book is completely blank and Sal has to make up the excerpt of the book on the spot.
6"Panty Raid"January 12, 2012Murr1.35[6]

The guys team up to teach karate classes, give interviews from Times Square, persuade shoppers at the pharmacy to not buy products, and give uncomfortable massages on the boardwalk.

Punishment: At the laundromat, Murr must steal a pair of woman's panties and wear them on his head for 10 seconds.
7"Out of TP"January 19, 2012Joe1.61[7]

The guys analyze handwriting at the mall, steal food from customers' plates at a buffet, teach foreign languages that they do not speak to prospective students, and dance with strangers at the park.

Punishment: Joe sits on the toilet with his pants down at a restaurant and asks for toilet paper in full view of the customers.
8"Who Arted"January 26, 2012Q1.70[8]

The guys pose as bakery salesmen, focus group analysts, and shoe salesmen, and teach classes at a local gym.

Punishment: Q poses as a photographer/photo-shop artist and must explain many photos to a group of art enthusiasts, with the photos getting increasingly weirder.
9"A Loser Presents"February 16, 2012Murr1.62[9]

The guys return to White Castle, where Q's dad makes a cameo. Then, they pose as bouncers at a nightclub, read horoscopes at a mall, and give interviews at a train station.

Punishment: Murr must give a presentation to a college class about social networking that the other Jokers created for him.
10"What Did I Eat?"March 29, 2012Q1.27[10]

The Jokers pose as furniture salesmen, pretend to be very unwelcoming members of a boardwalk welcoming committee, pitch some wacky memoirs to potential readers, and sell jewelry to couples.

Punishment: Q must smell the breaths of strangers until he guesses correctly what they ate.
11"Starfart Macchiato"March 29, 2012Murr1.27[10]

The lads play another round of "Don't I Know You?" with complete strangers, pose as driving school instructors and later shampoo boys at a women's hair salon, and share embarrassing text messages in a waiting room.

Punishment: Murr's laptop at a café makes loud farting noises, irritating the customers. Eventually the patrons leave the room out of annoyance and frustration.
12"Bellydancer"April 5, 2012Joe1.31[11]

The pranksters take jobs at a garden center, pose as deli employees, ask patrons questions about a drink, and try their luck as CPR instructors.

Punishment: Joe poses as a nightclub belly dancer.
13"Charity Case"April 12, 2012Murr1.84[12]

The guys pose as puppy dog salesmen, try to start a new baseball chant that has nothing to do with baseball, get donations for a Broadway play that doesn't exist, hold the remote to a toy car they cannot control, and teach golf.

Punishment: Murr has to explain a promotional video for a charity that doesn't exist, while embarrassment comes his way.
14"Theater del Absurdo"April 19, 2012Joe1.71[13]

The guys raise donations for bizarre charities, eat food off other people's plates at a Chinese restaurant, provide unsolicited advice to shoppers at the Jersey Gardens Mall, and play another round of "Don't I Know You?".

Punishment: Joe announces to a packed movie theater that he has had an accident in his pants.
15"Pick a Loser"April 26, 2012Q1.12[14]

The Jokers eat food out of other people's shopping carts, try to kiss strangers, play word games with people in a bookstore, pose as professional photographers, and invade people's conversations for 30 seconds.

Punishment: Q must pick his nose on the jumbo screen in front of a live audience of baseball stadium spectators.
16"Supercuts"May 3, 2012All Jokers1.51[15]

The guys utilize a variety of strange objects to mess with customers at a party supply store, nose strangers at a restaurant, try to get signatures for college clubs that don't exist, and behave rudely at elevator etiquette.

Punishment: The guys give each other gag haircuts in the first ever 4-way punishment; Joe gets a mullet, Q gets bright red curls, Sal gets two bleached horns, and Murr's head is entirely shaved except for a little tuft at the front.

Season 2 (2012–13)[edit]

No.
overall
No. in
season
TitleOriginal airdateLosing Joker(s)U.S. viewers
(millions)
171"Elephant in the Room"September 6, 2012Sal1.72[16]

The Jokers work in a dentist's office, annoy patrons at a movie theater, participate in a crazy photography shoot at a public park for their blogs, and do a Joker vs. Joker challenge telling strangers their humiliating thoughts.

Punishment: Sal must unearth his car keys from a heap of elephant poop. When Sal has suffered enough, it turns out that Joe was holding his keys the entire time.
182"The Stoop Sessions Part 1"September 13, 2012clip show1.52[17]
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.
193"Art Attack"September 20, 2012Murr1.72[18]

The guys try get strangers to hold their hands in a park, annoy the patrons at a comic book store, participate in a competitive race down an aisle at a grocery store, and try to get strangers to volunteer their time for an odd event.

Punishment: In revenge for Q's photography punishment in the previous season, Murr has to explain some off-color art pieces the other guys have created for him to a roomful of art fanatics.
204"The Stoop Sessions Part 2"September 27, 2012clip show1.20[19]
The guys review their favorite moments from season one, and they reveal the most surprising occurrences, the best overall reactions and never-before-seen footage.
215"Strip High Five"December 13, 2012Joe and Murr1.69[20]

The guys team up to offer inaccurate sensitivity training to strangers, observe surprise celebrities while on the street, and work as rude receptionists in an office.

Punishment: Joe and Murr stand in front of hundreds of strangers and must get a high-five, but for every high-five they don't get, they have to remove an article of clothing, and the punishment doesn't end until one of them is naked. Murr loses the punishment and winds up naked, making Joe the winner.
226"Birds and the Bees"December 13, 2012Q1.87[20]

The Jokers reveal confidential information in a park, work in a fast food drive-through, and attempt to persuade innocent bystanders to participate in a dance with them.

Punishment: Q has to teach sex education to his parents, under the original impression that he would be teaching a room of 6th grade students.
237"Sound EffeXXX"December 20, 2012Sal1.56[21]

The guys reveal strange devices to focus groups, attempt to use people as pillows in a park, and try to persuade grocery shoppers not to purchase their wanted items.

Punishment: The guys broadcast sexual noises on Sal's computer in a peaceful café.
248"Do Something To My Face"December 27, 2012Joe1.97[22]

The Jokers go head-to-head utilizing mall shoppers to mediate their mindless conflicts, complete specialized tasks at an ice cream joint, and start protests for ridiculous causes at a park.

Punishment: As a result of Joe taking the loss on the whole episode, he has to allow strangers to do as they please to his face while trapped in stocks.
259"Psychotic Not-Line"January 3, 2013Sal2.01[23]

The guys shake hands with department store shoppers, spin "The Wheel of Doom" at the park, and work at a hibachi restaurant.

Punishment: Sal poses as a psychic in front of a crowd and the punishment doesn't end until he makes an accurate prediction.
2610"The Truth Hurts"January 10, 2013Murr1.75[24]

The Jokers attempt to successfully find a house-sitter despite the other guys' interventions, convince strangers of the existence of obscure places, get food shoppers to agree about a strange weird word, and play "Pick Your Poison" in the park.

Punishment: Murr takes a polygraph exam administered by Daniel Ribacoff that consists of asking Murr personal and humiliating questions in front of students at their old high school.
2711"Get Out of Dodge"January 17, 2013Murr1.69[25]

The guys try to work as optometrists, team up to provide incorrect financial advice, and attempt to secure numerous votes by campaigning on ridiculous political platforms.

Punishment: Murr has to play dodgeball alone against a professional team, while one eye is blindfolded and one hand is covered by an oven mitt, and the punishment does not end until he manages to get a player out.
2812"The Love Expert"January 24, 2013Joe1.81[26]

The guys go head-to-head having debates at the mall, try to teach a dance class, attempt to sell fake tickets to Broadway shows, and get their fitness on at a local gym as personal trainers.

Punishment: Joe gives a talk on relationship issues and must answer "yes" to questions supposedly written by the audience; he does not know that the other Jokers have changed the questions.
2913"Out of Fashion"February 7, 2013Q2.08[27]

The guys host a taste test with uncomfortable survey questions afterward, negotiate for worthless items at a flea market, have conversations with strangers at the park for at least 30 seconds, and work as attendants at a gas station.

Punishment: Q hosts a fashion show and must explain clothing designs supposedly created by him such as an extreme goth person with long black hair. Two people leave during the show mid-way and Q, in a face-saving gesture, tries to claim credit for designing their outfits.
3014"Scaredy Cat"February 14, 2013Sal1.68[28]

The jokers test themselves with the terrifying "Wheel of Doom", team up to advertise terrible ideas to a bunch of agency professionals, work as custodians at the mall food court, and work at the dentist's office again.

Punishment: Sal's fear of cats is put to the ultimate test when the other Jokers force him to step into a cage full of felines in front of a live crowd under the impression that he is teaching a cat-bonding seminar.
3115"Joker vs. Joker"February 21, 2013Q and Sal1.93[29]

The guys engage in a round of Joker vs. Joker challenges which include giving palm readings, free medical checkups, manicures and pedicures, act as receptionists, pose as pizza restaurant employees, and patrol the beach.

Punishment: Q and Sal play "Miss and a Swing", where they attempt to make a basketball shot and for each time they miss, they get whacked in the leg by a 5th grader holding a plastic bat.
3216"Down in the Dump"August 1, 2013Sal1.64[30]

The guys race to see who can slip the most pencils into the pockets of unsuspecting grocery shoppers, guide each other through the park wearing darkened sunglasses, and team up posing as vacation planners with unusual presentations.

Punishment: Sal must locate his brand-new cellphone in an enormous pile of garbage while traveling on a moving barge.
3317"Human Piñata"August 8, 2013Murr1.49[31]

The Jokers compete to enhance inventions made by the other guys, try to get hugs as apologies for things they have "done" in the park, and ask strangers for help finding their missing wives at the mall.

Punishment: Murr is elevated by a crane, and must endure getting hit by bats as if he were a Piñata {by children; Joe, Q, and Sal; and Joe's brother-in-law}, the punishment doesn't stop until candy comes out.
3418"Sweat the Small Things"August 15, 2013Sal1.61[32]

The guys teach art classes and test fate with the Dartboard of Destiny at a local bar.

Punishment: Sal is forced to introduce a stress-relieving slideshow presentation. In the demo videos, it turns out that Joe, Murr, and Q broke into Sal's house while he was on vacation and abused everything in the house, ending with pelvic thrusting while naked at the window in front of his neighbors.
3519"Film Fail"August 22, 2013Q1.29[33]

The guys have a race down the aisles while making eye contact with customers at the supermarket, pretend to be podiatrists, and ask for help burying mystery items in the park.

Punishment: Q presents some clips from a short film (directed by the other Jokers) to an audience of movie buffs.
3620"Not Safe For Work"August 29, 2013Murr1.34[34]

The guys perform embarrassing tasks to the word "Now!" in the park, team up for workplace safety presentations, and have cafe patrons review and rate their dating profiles.

Punishment: Murr is forced to pose nude for a classroom of art enthusiasts.
3721"The Alliance"September 5, 2013Joe with Sal and Murr1.41[35]

The guys compete head-to-head trying to avoid laughing during slide show presentations, search for celebrity look-alikes again in the park, and vote for each other to do horrible challenges using paddles with their names on them.

Punishment: Since Sal, Murr, and Joe formed an alliance against Q and lost to him in the final challenge, they each end up losers in the show's first triple punishment. Their punishment is to answer questions about Q's life while standing on a cliff hanging over a reservoir called "Q Falls". Every incorrect answer moves them closer to the edge, and three incorrect answers forces them to jump into the water. The punishment ends when one person is left standing and is officially declared "Q's best friend". With Sal and Murr ending up as the losers, Joe wins the challenge in the end and walks away with Q.
3822"Everything's Just Rosie"September 12, 2013Q1.28[36]

The Jokers team up to hit the fast lanes as humiliating bowlers in teams, dump scoops of mashed potatoes onto the plates of restaurant patrons, and go cloud watching with strangers in the park.

Punishment: Q poses as the lead scientist for the made-up science company Quinndustries and goes through a presentation on their achievements before announcing they have successfully completed the first cloning operation. This culminates in a surprise appearance from Rosie O'Donnell who emerges from a vault as Q's so-called "clone."
3923"Enter the Dragons"October 24, 2013Sal and Joe1.08[37]

The Jokers complete embarrassing tasks on the mall escalators, whisper "sweet nothings" to strangers at the supermarket, and ask offbeat survey questions at the zoo.

Punishment: Sal and Joe must pretend to be a band called "Senora Lonza," actually the name of their high school Spanish teacher, and open for special guests Imagine Dragons.
4024"Dog Days of Bummer"October 31, 2013Joe1.17[38]

The Jokers team up to take turns dipping fries into other peoples food at the mall food court, work at a beachside burger joint, and search for "Beth" in the park.

Punishment: Joe must walk his dog while wearing a variety of different humiliating outfits, such as a bee, a cowboy with exposed buttcheeks, and a bride in a wedding dress, until someone comments that he is cuter than his dog.
4125"Sorry for Your Loss"November 7, 2013Sal1.23[39]

The guys go head-to-head tournament style attaching balloons to unsuspecting grocery store shoppers, work at the music store, and go head-to-head fishing for compliments about their unique outfit choices.

Punishment: Since Sal is the most apologetic out of all 4 Jokers, he must do several rude things (such as woofing at a baby and flipping off an old lady) without saying "sorry" to anyone.
4226"All the Wrong Moves"November 14, 2013Q1.48[40]

The guys blindly follow each other's humiliating direct ions at a water park, compete head-to-head to sell their ridiculous book ideas, and try to convince unknowing strangers to save their seats in Times Square.

Punishment: Q is forced to perform some of his "signature moves" with his own dance group "Q's Crew" in front of a live crowd at a baseball stadium.
4327"Cyber Buddies"December 5, 2013Murr1.05[41]

The Jokers work as grocery store cashiers and go head-to-head settling debates in the mall.

Punishment: Murr hosts a computer cleanliness seminar while his laptop is controlled by the other guys, who plant embarrassing things for Murr to find.
4428"Trouble Shoot"December 12, 2013Q1.00[42]

The jokers do and say what they are told at a department store, team up to lead a business luncheon, and pose as personal trainers for a local gym.

Punishment: Q is sent on a "video scavenger hunt" for the season finale, with his arm trapped in a cast, and he must get footage of whatever the Jokers tell him to get, such as a man's nipple and the inside of a Port-a-Potty.

Season 3 (2014)[edit]

No.
overall
No. in
season
TitleOriginal airdateLosing Joker(s)U.S. viewers
(millions)
451"Look Out Below"January 2, 2014Murr1.37[43]

The Jokers work as bellhops, serve up trouble at a hot dog cart, and go head-to-head presenting odd inventions to a focus group.

Punishment: Under the original impression that all of the guys are teaching skydiving classes as a challenge, Murr is forced to conquer his fear of heights when he has to go skydiving himself.
462"The Great Escape"January 9, 2014Joe1.56[44]

The guys teach music classes as instructors and go head-to-head participating in a focus group. Murr and Q ask the questions, while Joe and Sal go undercover as group members and provide them with embarrassing answers that Murr and Q wrote, to see if they can get through the whole survey without refusing to say an answer.

Punishment: Posing as "The Great Nose-ini" at The Borgata in New Jersey, Joe is bound in a straitjacket, chains, and ropes, and lowered into a tank of water to perform an escape act.
473"Field of Screams"January 16, 2014Sal1.42[45]

The guys must do dares in the park while attempting to guess the other Jokers' voices on a voice changer, try to get applause while quitting their jobs, and team up for dinosaur presentations.

Punishment: Sal must follow a rope through a cornfield maze and endure several obstacles and scares throughout.
484"Nationals Disaster"January 23, 2014Joe1.90[46]

The Jokers cause mischief at the grocery store, try to give away items from the "mystery bag", and search for "The Chosen One" at a food court.

Punishment: Joe pretends to be a gymnast in a roomful of actual gymnasts and must, among other things, perform his "routine" in front of everyone.
495"Bonus Footage"January 30, 2014clip show1.25[47]
The Jokers present never-before-seen footage.
506"Toasted"February 6, 2014Sal1.39[48]

The guys work as waiters at the Carnegie Deli, and Joey Fatone makes a guest appearance, standing in for Q. Then, the guys go head-to-head settling ridiculous debates at another deli.

Punishment: Sal pretends to be a wedding guest and must read a toast the other guys have prepared for him. Unbeknownst to Sal, the bride and groom are in on the joke while the other guests at the wedding are not.
517"Scarytales"February 13, 2014Q1.24[49]

The Jokers attend a singles' gathering and ask strangers in the park if they can borrow their phones.

Punishment: Q pretends to be a disturbed children's book author and reads to children an increasingly inappropriate story called "The Remarkable Misadventures of Q the Dung Beetle."
528"Inside the Vault"February 20, 2014clip show1.15[50]
The Jokers present footage from the cutting room floor, including a challenge that was never aired, and the reaction of someone being pranked.
539"Bigger in Texas"March 27, 2014Q1.48[51]

While visiting the Lone Star State, the Jokers team up to teach classes at a dude ranch, sell cowboy boots, and wear blacked-out sunglasses.

Punishment: During the final challenge, believing that Murr would never tell an elderly couple that they remember the Alamo, Q takes a loss on the whole episode in a bet and loses. As a result, he is announced as a horse wrangler at a rodeo. An actual professional enters the arena and ropes Q around the ankles, taking him on a trip through the arena as the crowd mocks him.
5410"Snow Way Out"April 1, 2014Sal and Murr1.09

The guys work at a liquor store, obey commands written for them on deli tickets, and try to get signatures for a made-up holiday.

Punishment: Suspended in a halted ski lift, Sal and Murr are pelted with snowballs and then shot at with paintball guns by Joe and Q.
5511"Takes the Cake"April 10, 2014Joe1.07[52]

The guys do what they are told at a ski lodge, and play the uninvited dinner guest at an Italian restaurant.

Punishment: Joe is dressed up in a sailor's outfit and jumps out of a cake to surprise what he thinks is a bachelorette party, but is really a celebration for army veterans. He must then do and say what he is told by the other Jokers.
5612"Anniversary Edition"April 17, 2014clip show1.10[53]
For the show's three-year anniversary, the guys look back at some never before seen footage.
5713"Jokers Playhouse"May 15, 2014Murr1.10[54]

The guys conduct interviews while the others try to make them laugh from behind a window, and strike up a conversation with people using only a single word at the park.

Punishment: Murr must watch as the other Jokers wreck his apartment on live TV under the guise of being a fake kids' show.
5814"Make Womb for Daddy"May 22, 2014Q1.22[55]

The guys team up to work at a sandwich shop, team up to have each other guess their specific secret tasks at a food court, and repeat a cycle of tasks at the park in a Joker vs. Joker challenge.

Punishment: Q must teach a class about childbirth to a roomful of pregnant women. But halfway through, a nurse enters and hooks Q up to a device that simulates the eight stages of painful child labor.
5915"Puncture Perfect"May 29, 2014Murr1.24[56]

The guys must obey three specialized commands at a video game store, coax rock climbers into repeating a specific word, and do a Joker vs. Joker challenge, selling fake tickets.

Punishment: Murr must answer questions about the other guys, or spin the "Wheel of Piercings", which assigns him a body part that he has to get pierced. Three correct answers ends the punishment; Murr winds up having both nipples and his belly button pierced.
6016"Junk in the Trunk"June 12, 2014Sal1.31[57]

The guys team up for presentations that have nothing to do with the topic, try to touch people at a mall with different body parts, and quit their jobs again.

Punishment: Sal must ride around town in a car's trunk. Upon finding Sal in the trunk, the woman driving starts screaming and hitting Sal with groceries. The Jokers later reveal to Sal that the woman, Murr's friend Melissa, knew he was in there the whole time, and that they are only a block away from where they started.
6117"The Good, the Bad, and the Uncomfortable"June 19, 2014clip show0.96[58]
The Jokers (in the first episode presented to a live audience) look back at compilations of memorable moments.
6218"Baggage Shame"June 24, 2014Joe1.26

The guys share secrets with grocery store shoppers, team up to help customers at an art store, and try to get pictures for a fake blog.

Punishment: At JFK International Airport, Joe is given a special itinerary with tasks to complete. These embarrassing tasks include posing as a police escort for "Jugs McBulge", stealing people's luggage and putting it back on the carousel, frisking people down, and announcing to strangers that he is picking up his naked blow up doll.
6319"Quantum Mock-anics"July 10, 2014Joe1.15[59]

The Jokers team up to work at a beauty supply store, coerce strangers into translating text messages written in Spanish in Times Square, and do another round of "Don't I Know You?" at the mall.

Punishment: All four pose as scientists on a panel discussing quantum physics, with Joe having to explain to an audience several topics on the subject in the worst way he can.
6420"Clash of the Jokers"July 17, 2014Q, Murr and Sal0.78[60]

In the second episode shown to a live audience, the Jokers review clips of four Joker vs. Joker challenges. The challenges include participating in a focus group, competing to have their baseball team mascots approved, settling a dancing debate in the mall, and presenting their ridiculous book ideas.

Punishment: Although it is a clip show, Joe counts up all the challenges they viewed and states that he has won the most (Q, Murr, and Sal all lose two each). So to 'punish' the other guys, 'King' Joe has Q fan him with a palm frond, has Sal feed him grapes, and uses Murr as a throne while the credits roll.
6521"Tooth & Consequences"July 24, 2014Murr1.21[61]

The guys work as attendants in a bridal dress shop and team up competing head-to-head to present bad-smelling fragrance advertising campaigns to focus groups.

Punishment: During a normal challenge where the Jokers have to take selfies with strangers, Murr's tooth unexpectedly falls out, resulting in him choosing to take a loss on the challenge. When the other Jokers tell him that his taking the loss means he's the big loser for the whole episode, they decide his on-the-spot punishment will be to complete the task anyway with a gap in his teeth.
6622"Fe-Mail"July 31, 2014Joe1.05[62]

The guys must do what they are told while getting massages, reveal some uncomfortable thoughts to strangers in the park, and obey tasks given to them on a slot machine.

Punishment: Joe must dress up like a woman, thinking he is going to participate in a fashion show, but it is actually a seminar for tech students involving new app ideas, and he has to go through the presentation dressed the way he is.
6723"The Lost Boy"August 7, 2014Q1.08[63]

The guys talk business with strangers at a networking event, team up to teach a photography class, and complete tasks in a certain amount of time in the park.

Punishment: Q dresses up like Peter Pan, thinking he's going to join a musical while it is going on, but it is really a wrestling match, where he faces off against Tommy Dreamer.
6824"Up Loser's Creek"August 14, 2014Sal0.96[64]

The guys team up to present lousy telemarketing presentations, make odd wishes at a fountain at the mall, and try to analyze people's dreams on the boardwalk.

Punishment: Sal starts off giving a boat tour of New York City while reading from cards written by the other guys. At the end of the tour, the other Jokers surprise Sal by making him kayak on the high seas of the disgusting Hudson River. Sal later falls off the kayak into the water.
6925"In Poor Taste Buds"September 25, 2014Murr0.88[65]

The Jokers serve up some tips teaching indoor tennis and return to the park for another game of "Now!"

Punishment: Murr has to give a presentation on exotic foods after having novocaine injected into his gums, making it impossible to speak clearly or taste the food.
7026"The Permanent Punishment"October 2, 2014Q, Murr and Sal1.01[66]

The Jokers act as security guards at a drug store, and go head-to-head in a rematch clipping balloons onto grocery store shoppers.

Punishment: Since Murr, Sal, and Q lost the balloon tournament, all 3 are punished with embarrassing tattoos. Q gets a cat tattoo that said "38. Lives Alone. Has 3 Cats.". Murr gets a ferret skydiving, and Sal gets a tattoo of Jaden Smith.
7127"Parks and Wreck"October 9, 2014Sal0.71[67]

The Jokers must do what they are told at a public pool, and try to convince strangers to give the thumbs-up to their absurd emails.

Punishment: Sal presents his new idea for a senior citizen's park before a city council in an effort to get it approved.
7228"A Legendary Fail"October 16, 2014Murr0.96[68]

The guys work stadium security, team up to conduct a crime investigation class, and return to the park to test their memories again.

Punishment: Murr has to open for Legends in Concert, while the other Jokers take control of what comes out of his microphone.
7329"B-I-N-G-NO"October 23, 2014Sal1.14[69]

The guys work at Katz's Delicatessen and take turns running a popsicle cart in Union Square.

Punishment: Sal is forced to take part in a Bingo tournament and shout "Bingo!" at regular intervals, to the growing annoyance of the rest of the people in the room. Finally, someone calls security and Sal is escorted off the premises.
7430"Just Say No"October 28, 2014Q0.98

The guys pose as blackjack dealers at a Connecticut casino, team up to play another hint and guess game at the park, and go head-to-head acting as shoe shiners.

Punishment: At a Brooklyn Cyclones baseball game, Q has to publicly refuse a marriage proposal in front of everyone in the stadium. Then, he'll have to take on the wrath of the crowd and the proposer.
7531"Brother-in-Loss"October 30, 2014Sal0.92[70]

The guys must explain their off-color resumes while applying for a job at a mobile phone shop, and complete a series of bizarre gestures at the ferry.

Punishment: While strapped to a hand truck, Sal has to watch his sister, Jenna, marry Murr. In a video played at the wedding ceremony, he sees that both Murr and Jenna legally signed a marriage license. This was Murr's revenge for his skydiving punishment.

Season 4 (2015)[edit]

No.
overall
No. in
season
TitleOriginal airdateLosing Joker(s)U.S. viewers
(millions)
761"Welcome to Miami"January 29, 2015Q1.23[71]

The guys head to Miami for the season 4 premiere. They ride around in scooters that are controlled by the other Jokers, complete embarrassing tasks on the beach, and team up posing as nightclub bouncers.

Punishment: Q poses as an alligator expert, thinking he's going to give a presentation to a crowd, when in actuality, he has to retrieve his backpack from one of the gators. However, after Q gets the backpack, the other Jokers reveal that the backpack isn't even his.
772"Below the Belt"February 5, 2015Murr1.00[72]

The guys try to teach fencing, but Q unknowingly encounters an Olympic athlete at his own defense. Then, they do and say what they are told as hairstylists at a salon.

Punishment: Sal, Q and Joe, hiding under a podium, are allowed to do whatever they please to the lower half of Murr's body as he gives a presentation on climate change.
783"Uncool and the Gang"February 12, 2015Joe0.95[73]

The guys team up to host a team building seminar, and head down to the shore to act as horrible caricature artists.

Punishment: Joe interviews a thug-like motorcycling club with ridiculous questions that were written by the other Jokers. As this is going on, he repeatedly is forced to refer to the club as a "gang", much to the bikers' increasing anger. Joe's final "question" is actually a request to give him a wedgie, which the bikers, already annoyed with him, are only too happy to administer.
794"Wrong Playwright"February 19, 2015Q1.09[74]

The guys go head to head playing hide-and-sneak at the supermarket, and draw straws at a BBQ joint causing trouble.

Punishment: Q poses as a playwright giving workshop lessons to young actors, having them act out scenes based on real-life events of his. At the end of the session, he presents synopses for new plays that he is supposedly in the process of writing.
805"Elevating The Game"February 26, 2015Sal1.14[75]

The guys serve up awkwardness at a burger restaurant, go head-to-head having no one to blame but themselves at a department store, and make up bizarre words with odd definitions at the park.

Punishment: Thinking he's on his way to a challenge, Sal steps into a hotel elevator, along with 2 strangers. The elevator is controlled by his friends. At the thirty-first floor, they stop the elevator, and while the crew fake a rescue, the passengers are revealed to be sick and carrying a cat, respectively. After a while, Sal notices the hidden cameras, and is subsequently released from the elevator.
816"The Blunder Years"March 5, 2015Murr1.23[76]

The jokers try to get convenience store shoppers to side with them after being soaked by an angry customer, and team up to showcase their event planning business at a wedding expo.

Punishment: Under the original impression that he has to participate in a bodybuilding competition, Murr has to give an interview to his childhood celebrity crush Danica McKellar while greased up and wearing nothing but a patriotic speedo.
827"Deal With The Devils"March 12, 2015Sal and Q1.02[77]

The guys go head-to-head acting not so silent at a library, and hunt for their imaginary wives again at the mall.

Punishment: While Q and Sal dress up as goalies, they must block slap shots received by former Devils players Colin White and Grant Marshall at a New Jersey Devils game.
838"Damned If You Do"March 26, 2015Murr0.98[78]

The guys go head-to-head hitting the ice rink to play a slippery balloon game and try to get support for ridiculous causes at the park.

Punishment: Murr joins an audience of movie goers where it is revealed that the film of the night is his shameful 1998 short film Damned. Then, film critic Alison Bailes invites Murr downstage to speak about how he made the movie.
849"The Dream Crusher"April 2, 2015Sal0.93[79]

The guys pucker up at the food court trying to find a selected stranger to kiss, and show focus group attendees their latest life stories, published as movies.

Punishment: Sal poses as a judge for a children's talent show, and is forced to do and say whatever he is told, such as complaining to a contestant that he still hasn't gotten the chicken wings he ordered an hour prior. What he doesn't know is that the participants are in on the joke, though the audience is not.
8510"Joke & Dagger"April 9, 2015Murr0.95[80]

The jokers annoy art-loving patrons at a gallery opening, and pass bizarre judgements on unsuspecting grocery store shoppers.

Punishment: At the Coney Island circus sideshow performance, Murr is forced to volunteer for the brand new "Wheel of Doom" stunt, in which he is placed on a spinning wheel surrounded by balloons, which are to be popped with knives. However, the machine is actually rigged to pop the balloons on its own, and the stunt performer is only faking throwing the knives.
8611"Pseudo-Sumo"April 16, 2015Joe1.09[81]

The guys team up to work at a rink rental counter, tell strangers to mind their manners at the mall, and convince strangers to leave a cafe.

Punishment: For Joe's punishment he has to wear a baby costume and is misled that he must perform in a baby commercial although his real punishment is revealed to be fighting the 2009 US Champion sumo wrestler, Ulambayar Byambajav (referred to as Byamba).
8712"Car Sick"April 23, 2015Q1.05[82]

The guys go head-to-head participating in a focus group again and go head-to-head playing a toilet paper battle at the grocery store.

Punishment: Q has to eat a messy 3-course meal in his Jeep as a stuntman known as "Racecar Bob" drives the jeep along an obstacle course. At one point he is joined by a guest named, "Sloppy Joe," a shirtless overweight man who messily drinks milk.
8813"Cruisin' For A Bruisin'"May 7, 2015Murr, then Joe1.08[83]

The guys set sail for a special cruise ship mid-season finale episode. They make the pool deck their own playground, and team up to give out misinformation as entertainment directors.

Punishments: Murr and Joe are given 2 different separate punishments. First, Murr poses as the ship's Master of Ceremonies and has to read a speech written by the other Jokers. Then, Joe has to interrupt a cannonballing competition at one of the pools, and must continuously belly-flop into the water until the others allow him to stop.
8914"Bathroom Break"July 16, 2015Sal1.33[84]

The guys work to do what they're told while selling auto parts, and team up to try to reel in unsuspecting shoppers' luggage using a fish hook at the mall.

Punishment: The three other Jokers make Sal put his hands into sludge to grab a toy fire truck that meant nothing for his punishment, just so they can have the perfect opportunity to make him go wash his hands while locked in a bathroom controlled by them. He must complete a set of riddles to escape. This features a special guest appearance from Sal's father at the end of the punishment.
9015"Kill the Centaur"July 23, 2015Murr1.01[85]

The guys use their bad service skills as sporting goods salesmen, and compete head-to-head in a game called "Do It Better" on the streets.

Punishment: Murr is dressed in ridiculous outfits as he plays a ring card girl at a televised boxing match.
9116"Captain Fatbelly"July 30, 2015Joe0.93[86]

The guys lend an unhelpful hand as high-tech store employees, and search for bizarre perps on the loose in the mall.

Punishment: Under the original impression that the Jokers would be completing challenges aboard the Roosevelt Island Tramway, Joe must instead complete challenges on top of the tram as it travels high above the waters of Staten Island while dressed as a fictional superhero, Captain Fatbelly. This is also the guys' revenge for the tattoo punishment.
9217"Sneaking Number Twos, Going Number One"August 6, 2015Sal0.88[87]

The guys compete in another game of "Put-Pocket" at the grocery store, and at the park the guys take over each other's cell phones.

Punishment: Sal is locked in a room with complete strangers who try to solve riddles in order to get out (like a strategy escape room). But, in the middle of solving the riddles, Sal must pee his pants in front of all the strangers. Afterwards, he must finish figuring out how to escape while wearing soiled pants.
9318"Blind Justice"August 13, 2015Sal0.92[88]

The guys get punchy while giving boxing lessons, and head to the mall where they share the gift of music with strangers.

Punishment: While wearing the infamous blacked-out sunglasses, Sal poses as a prison inmate thinking he's going to give a presentation to a group of troubled teens, when he's actually speaking at a senior citizen center.
9419"Tied and Feathered"August 20, 2015Murr0.96[89]

The guys teach a crash course in sorry behavior, go head-to-head settling bizarre debates at a discount store, and spread good news at the mall.

Punishment: Murr is chained to a park bench and is forced to endure whatever punishments the other Jokers send to him, such as being doused in maple syrup and feathered, getting hit by tennis balls, having a wood chipper pointed at him, and spit-out fruits and vegetables.
9520"Smushed"August 27, 2015Q0.98[90]

The guys team up for security presentations, hold hands with others at the park, and compete head-to-head stumping each other at a florist.

Punishment: Q has to do whatever the other guys tell him to do while dressed up as "Smush" the clown at a children's birthday party.
9621"Live Punishment Special"September 3, 2015Joe1.74[91]

This live one-hour special is hosted by Howie Mandel in New York City to commemorate the show's 100th episode. The pre-taped challenges shown: The guys conduct interviews while the others try to make them laugh from behind a window, fake injuries at a grocery store, and cross off their "bucket list" items.

Punishment: During the one-hour special, all 4 are punished, in front of a live audience, for the second time, walking a tight-rope, high in the air. Although all four Jokers have to walk a tight-rope five stories above NYC, Joe is the loser of the pre-taped challenges. He has to reprise his role as "Captain Fatbelly" from a previous punishment. The Jokers who attempt a walk on the tight-rope earn $10,000, while the Joker who walked the farthest earns $50,000. All the prize winnings go to their charities. Q is the only one to make it across the whole rope, making him the winner. Murr walks 9.7 feet, Sal walks 9.2 feet, and Joe walks 5 feet.
9722"The Big Uneasy"September 10, 2015Sal0.58[92]

The guys visit New Orleans and team up to steal sips from people's drinks at a bar, work with the wheel of voo-doom, and crash a horse and buggy ride.

Punishment: Sal and the Jokers head to the New Orleans swamp, where Sal dresses as a Bog Monster for an ongoing tour. At the end, Sal is surprised by another Bog Monster that is camouflaged behind him.
9823"Hopeless and Changeless"September 24, 2015Murr0.70[93]

The guys ask people at the park if they agree or disagree with their bizarre points of view, team up to give lessons on real estate, and complete three assigned tasks at a greeting card store.

Punishment: Murr has to sell concessions to patrons at a horse race track, and cannot give any change back to them if they buy from him. After drawing an angry crowd, he ends up escaping on a track cart.
9924"Stripped of Dignity"October 8, 2015Joe0.87[94]

The guys do some babysitting and ask strangers to watch their kid while running an errand. They also conduct taste tests with grocery store shoppers while asking unrelated survey questions written by the other Jokers.

Punishment: Joe has to pose as a stripogram at a park using different outfits. He has to find whomever has ordered a striptease. Joe strips several outfits such as a football player and police officer only to find out that nobody has ordered a stripogram. When Joe finds out, he retaliated by strip teasing Sal.
10025"The Taunted House"October 15, 2015Sal0.98[95]

The guys work at a pizza parlor, and then ask strangers to translate text messages written in Spanish on Wall Street.

Punishment: Sal has to go into a haunted house to blow out candles in different rooms, each with something to scare him.
10126"Doomed"October 22, 2015Murr0.71[96]

The jokers act as tailors, and ask strangers if they can borrow their phones on the streets.

Punishment: 3 months prior, Murr was asked to continue shaving his chest (as he does every week), except for a circle around his nipples (so it looked like a coconut bra). The day of his punishment, he must walk around showing off his chest. But it goes downhill as groups of people (in various group costumes) interrupt his "punishment", ending with a group who puts Murr in shackles. During this part, Sal yells out that it is revenge for Murr marrying his sister. They then proceed to burn his very sentimental blankie (which he still sleeps with every night since he was four and his grandmother knit it for him) in front of him. The punishment ends and Joe tells Murr that he had the REAL blankie the whole time and the one the group burned was a decoy. While Murr sighs in relief, Joe throws the real blankie into the fire anyway. However, about a day later, Murr revealed that his actual, real blankie was on his chair at home and Joe used another decoy to trick him. The chest hair had nothing to do with the actual punishment.

Season 5 (2016)[edit]

No.
overall
No. in
season
TitleOriginal airdateLosing Joker(s)U.S. viewers
(millions)
1021"HellCopter"February 11, 2016 (2016-02-11)Murr and Sal1.04[97]

The guys work as receptionists in a waiting room, and try to mingle with the stiff crowd at the world famous Madame Tussauds wax museum in New York.

Punishment: Murr and Sal made a bet that they can beat each other at a race. Since Murr doesn't weigh as much as Sal does, he will be forced to wear a fat suit while racing. The fat suit slowed him down to the point where he lost his momentum, thus causing Sal to win the race. They are then forced to ride a helicopter with one seat; Sal as the winner of the race receives the seat as his prize, and since Murr lost he has to sit on the side of a helicopter. Q and Joe (knowing that Murr doesn't have his fat suit on anymore), told the guys that the helicopter was about to crash, and the heaviest must jump out to prevent that from happening, Sal didn't think Joe was serious for a second (since he won the race), but with scared hesitation he jumped out of the helicopter into a lake, despite winning the seat.
1032"You're Cut Off"February 18, 2016 (2016-02-18)Sal0.81[98]

The guys team up as employees at Unique Copy Center, do bizarre interviews with moviegoers, and stand up for ridiculous protests on the streets.

Punishment: At a major beer and wine event, Sal works as a vendor, and must cut people off from drinking any more alcohol, or cut "all you can drink" bracelets off people's arms so that they can't drink anymore. It was later revealed in an "Inside Jokes" version of the episode that Sal himself came up with the idea in the first place and the Jokers decided to use it against him.
1043"Ruffled Feathers"February 25, 2016 (2016-02-25)Sal0.77[99]

The guys showcase their inventions to a focus group, and get off on the wrong foot at a shoe store.

Punishment: Sal has to give a presentation to zoo patrons, with Q chosen to "assist" him, all the while dealing with his fears of the animals attacking him.
1054"Stare Master"March 3, 2016 (2016-03-03)Joe0.87[100]

The guys play copycat in the park while babysitting kids who are being told what to say and do, then head to the supermarket to play an epic battle of catch and release.

Punishment: Joe heads into a gym, and must constantly stare at people working out, until the others allow him to stop.
1065"Bidder Loser"March 10, 2016 (2016-03-10)Q0.65[101]

The guys ask strangers to help them bury bizarre items in the park, go head-to-head to see who can cling to a car the longest, and play another game of "repeat after me".

Punishment: Q has to go to an auction house to sell his items when they come up, and every time the auction is about to close on them, he has to change his mind about it and take them back. The last item is supposedly his tires, and he must let them go.
1076"The Good, The Bad, and the Punished"March 24, 2016 (2016-03-24)Q0.88[102]

The guys act as crabby NYC cab drivers and try to solicit undeserved congratulations from park goers.

Punishment: Dressed as a sheriff, Q has to "arrest" outlaws in a Western setting.
1087"Putting the P in Pool"March 31, 2016 (2016-03-31)Joe0.85[103]

The guys team up acting as crummy cashiers at a grocery store, head to the mall to play a touching game involving laser pointers, and confess to strangers at the park.

Punishment: Joe must announce to everybody at a public swimming pool, that he is currently urinating in the pool.
1098"Statue of Limitations"April 7, 2016 (2016-04-07)Sal0.79[104]

The guys act as inhospitable restaurant hosts and beg strangers to babysit their grandfathers.

Punishment: In Season 4, when Murr and Sal were playing a game of "Do it Better" in the park, Sal had taken the "nose" of a statue, and the Department of Homeland Security told Joe, Murr, and Q that they weren't allowed to play on a national landmark again. However, they never told Sal, so for his punishment, he must sit face-to-face with the Director of Homeland Security, explaining his behavior, while the other guys are telling the director what to say and do. Three weeks later, a group of representatives from the Department of Homeland Security go up to the jokers, while Sal thinks it's a challenge, and pretend to shuts the show for the summer. The jokers then reveal that it was all a set-up, making this the longest punishment in the show's history.
1109"Brother of the Sisterhood"April 14, 2016 (2016-04-14)Q0.83[105]

The guys encourage strangers to fill out their questionnaires with a broken hand in a waiting room, and then head to the market where they solicit strangers for money they don't deserve.

Punishment: Q poses as a professional and award-winning women's rights blogger at a feminist event and has to "respectfully disagree" with whatever statements are made.
11110"Dark Side of the Moon"April 21, 2016 (2016-04-21)Murr0.85[106]

The guys go head-to-head making bizarre passes at supermarket shoppers and act as reporters asking ridiculous questions written by the other guys.

Punishment: Murr must volunteer for a free prostate exam in front of strangers at a health seminar. Right as he is seemingly done however, the doctor requests "a second opinion" thus giving Murr a secondary prostate exam.
11211"Whose Phone Is Ringing?"April 28, 2016 (2016-04-28)Sal0.68[107]

The guys go face to face hitting the bulls-eye at a clothing store, and go head to head in a focus group sabotaging each other with strange inventions.

Punishment: Sal has to pose as an author with a book at an authors' presentation while his phone continuously plays an annoying ringtone, to the audience's growing frustration. Eventually an annoyed patron confiscates his phone when Sal must let it ring without turning it off.
11312"Centaur of Attention"May 5, 2016 (2016-05-05)Murr0.75[108]

The guys compete head to head undermining each other in a focus group, spread much confusion while teaming up at a bagel shop, and pass ridiculous notes to strangers at the park.

Punishment: Dressed in his centaur costume from a previous punishment, with deer antlers added, Murr must survive a five-mile jog to his parents' house while the other Jokers are hunting for him.
11413"Browbeaten"May 12, 2016 (2016-05-12)Murr0.84[109]

The guys take name calling to new heights as receptionists and try to get donations for bogus charities at a pizza shop.

Punishment: Before their London trip, Murr must have his eyebrows, his facial hair and his head shaved until completely bald, and then must apply for a new driver's license, looking the way he is, much to his displeasure.
11514"The Coward"July 21, 2016 (2016-07-21)Sal0.95[110]

The guys show who's boss while working the counter at a fast-food joint, and then whisper sweet nothings to strangers at the supermarket.

Punishment: Sal must help a cow give birth.
11615"Virtual Insanity"July 28, 2016 (2016-07-28)Sal1.03[111]

The guys team up to bark up the wrong tree at a pet store, team up to play a game of catch with groceries in the market, and go head-to-head trying to get strangers' signatures for ridiculous causes.

Punishment: Sal is locked in a virtual reality room, where he is forced to play a horror game entitled "Sisters" while the crew redecorates the room to resemble the setting of the game.
11716"Laundry Day"August 4, 2016 (2016-08-04)Joe1.02[112]

The guys go head-to-head on the prowl for partners in crime at a supermarket, and then throw caution to the wind as helpless romantics in the park.

Punishment: Joe has to be the one-man pep rally squad shooting t-shirts from a shirt canon at the Philadelphia Soul arena football game. Unbeknownst to him, the prizes are outfits straight from his own wardrobe.
11817"Water Torture"August 11, 2016 (2016-08-11)Sal0.78[113]

The guys head to the mall completing challenges while spinning the "Wheel of Faces", play another round of "Did I Deserve That?", and save strangers from being shot with a water gun while saying something very awful to the stranger.

Punishment: Although initially meant to be the final challenge of the episode, the other guys turn Sal's growing annoyance with the child actors into a punishment.
11918"Hitting the Wrong Note"August 18, 2016 (2016-08-18)Joe0.83[114]

The guys share sad stories in the park, hoping to get some sympathy back, then go head-to-head sharing new video game ideas in a focus group, then head to the floral shop going head-to-head to stump each other.

Punishment: Joe is tricked into dishonoring a fake deceased boy's family at a (fake) funeral held in a Mandarin community in New York.
12019"Heckle and Hide"August 25, 2016 (2016-08-25)Q0.91[115]

The guys ask strangers to hold a random object for them chosen by the other guys in the grocery store, then team-up and teach business seminars, controlled by the others.

Punishment: Q poses as a little league dad watching the game, where he must do and say whatever he is told by the other guys.
12120"The Chairman"September 15, 2016 (2016-09-15)Q0.73[116]

The guys do and say whatever they are told, while barefoot at a department store, and start conversations with strangers using a single word in the park.

Punishment: Q must spend time in "The Death Chair", a remote controlled wheelchair with a bullhorn, a leaf blower and a confetti cannon attached to it, all completely controlled by the other guys.
12221"Wrapper's Delight"September 22, 2016 (2016-09-22)Joe0.69[117]

The guys pose as waiters in a Hooters restaurant, try to get people in a mall to remember lyrics to a song, and go head-to-head invading people's personal space in the park.

Punishment: Joe is sent on a small treasure hunt looking for clues. The final item that he finds is a paper that reads "you shouldn't have left your house." Upon returning to his house, Joe discovers that the entire interior has been covered in wrapping paper while he was gone, and his photos have been stolen by the other guys and replaced with inappropriate photos.
12322"Ash Clown"October 6, 2016 (2016-10-06)Murr0.80[118]

The guys are at a sunglasses store doing and saying whatever the guys tell them to do. Then they go to the store, going head-to-head posing as workers trying to get messages across through shoppers, and then get people on their side in a ridiculous protest.

Punishment: At an elementary school "career day," Murr has to pose as an employee for his own company that he operates, which turns out to be a pet cremator/grandparents' divorce lawyer, and he has to explain his "career" to the uncomfortable audience.
12423"Spider Man"October 13, 2016 (2016-10-13)Q0.61[119]

The guys do and say whatever they are told, while at a buffet restaurant, and team-up for construction presentations at a hardware store.

Punishment: Q's fear of spiders is put to the test when he has several tarantulas placed on him while strapped down to a board.
12524"Stage Fright"October 20, 2016 (2016-10-20)Q0.62[120]

The jokers team up to work at a pawn shop, try to give free hugs after incredibly bizarre apologies in the park, and then complete designated tasks while riding the Roosevelt Island Tramway.

Punishment: Before becoming a comedian, Q was a fire-fighter of the FDNY. Q has to take part in an embarrassing musical in front of all his firemen buddies.
12625"Training Day"October 27, 2016 (2016-10-27)Joe, Sal, and Murr0.82[121]

The guys interact with supermarket shoppers while wearing jingle vests, and play another game of "Don't I Know You?" in the park.

Punishment: Because of the musical Q went through in "Stage Fright", he makes Joe, Sal, and Murr go through the Fire Academy's training course in the fourth triple punishment, and the second time with Joe, Sal and Murr as the losers for his revenge from the last punishment. Joe had to take an axe through 1 of 2 roof windows that were either pictures of his wife and dogs or his baby daughter. Murr had to scale down a building on a rappel while being confronted by Sloppy Joe (as revenge for Q's punishment in "Car Sick"), Fat Crow, and the doctor who gave him the prostate exam (from "Dark Side of the Moon") along the way. For Sal, he had to climb a ladder to rescue a cat from a tree, but he froze at the start. In the end, Q hosed down all 3 losing jokers until they respected him.
12726"Nitro Circus Spectacular"November 3, 2016 (2016-11-03)Murr, then Sal1.23[122]

In this supersized 2-hour episode, a Nitro Circus/X-Games inspired obstacle course was presented and aside from clips of regular challenges filmed prior to this live special, viewers were shown clips of the Jokers preparing to run the course; the Joker who then ran the course the fastest won $100,000 for a charity of their choice. As Q was injured during the guys' training sessions with Travis Pastrana, he was not cleared by doctors to compete in the actual obstacle course and chose Joey Fatone to perform in his place again. Challenges included getting strangers to watch their apartment, a trip back to the Castle of White, and a spin on the Wheel of "Now!".

Punishment: This episode featured 2 punishments - one for the losing joker after a regular episode's worth of challenges played and an automatic punishment for the joker who received the most votes from the public leading up to and during this episode. Murr lost the regular challenges and had to participate as an obstacle for professional jumpers to bike around and over on the Nitro Circus track. Sal, who got the most votes from the public, was hoisted into the air via harness and swung around for a bit. He was brought down to rest for a minute before being hoisted again and sent flying into a giant "cake". Despite the Punishments, Murr had the fastest time, and won $100,000 for his Charity: Make a Wish Foundation.

Season 6 (2017)[edit]

No.
overall
No. in
season
TitleOriginal airdateLosing Joker(s)U.S. viewers
(millions)
1281"Swim Shady"February 9, 2017 (2017-02-09)Sal0.97[123]

The guys act as receptionists in a waiting room and ask strangers at the park for advice about their personal dilemmas.

Punishment: Sal invades a water aerobics class to take pictures for a website. He must invade the students' privacy in order to get shots.
1292"Lady and the Tramp"February 16, 2017 (2017-02-16)Murr0.83[124]

The guys play a game of "try not to laugh" using the infamous two-way mirror and compete head-to-head in the grocery store to see who can get a customer to try more samples.

Punishment: In a surprise punishment, Murr enters a car to drive to what he thinks is a challenge but it turns out to be Murr taking a bumpy ride on a boat dressed as the Statue of Liberty.
1303"The Parent Trap"February 23, 2017 (2017-02-23)Joe0.76[125]

The guys go head-to-head getting stuck in a grocery post-it showdown, ask strangers for questionable quotes at the park, and give "sound" financial tips to hopefuls as advisors.

Punishment: Being the only parent out of the quartet, Joe must enter an indoor playground for children, and instruct other parents on how to better parent their children.
1314"Catastrophe"March 2, 2017 (2017-03-02)Sal0.82[126]

The guys pose as trainees at a juice bar and compete at a mall to untangle their phone cords before having their pants pulled down by a special actor.

Punishment: Sal must go through what Q went through in "Spider Man" with his biggest fear, cats.
1325"Vampire Weakened"March 9, 2017 (2017-03-09)Murr0.85[127]

The jokers work at an ice cream parlor, and get strangers to help them watch Joe's dogs at the park.

Punishment: Murr is told he has to perform in front of an audience as Dracula to deliver his character's monologues. In a surprise twist, it turns out he actually has to sing and dance along with a gospel choir while wearing his Dracula outfit.
1336"Footloose"March 23, 2017 (2017-03-23)Sal0.84[128]

The guys compete in a "try not to laugh" challenge while calling out ridiculous names the other guys have written for them, and then compete at the park to see whose online dating profile is better.

Punishment: At the New York Boat Show, Sal must rub people's feet using various condiments.
1347"X-Man"March 30, 2017 (2017-03-30)Q0.75[129]

The guys compete in a waiting room trying to not to laugh in the first ever four-way challenge, ask park-goers if they agree or disagree on an odd topic, and try to lead a kid's art class as the teachers.

Punishment: With Q taking the final loss where he refused to cross out a child's painting with red paint, the surprise punishment forced him to paint a red "X" over every painting instead.
1358"Medium, Well Done"April 6, 2017 (2017-04-06)Sal1.04[130]

The guys compete head-to-head posing odd TV shows as execs to the public and team up to work the counter at a BBQ joint.

Punishment: In Season 2, Sal had to pose as a psychic for his punishment that doesn't end until he predicts something accurate. Now, an actual psychic named Jesse Bravo is predicting Sal's life from the other jokers (most of it didn't actually happen). Sal must say that those predictions are correct.
1369"Drum and Drummer"April 13, 2017 (2017-04-13)Q and Joe0.77[131]

The guys try to get shoppers to repeat an odd catchphrase given by the other guys and do what they are told as psychoanalysts.

Punishment: As revenge for the punishment that Murr and Sal went through in "Hellcopter", Q and Joe must participate in a drumline marching band, followed by dancing.
13710"The Butt of the Joker"April 20, 2017 (2017-04-20)Murr0.88[132]

The guys team up to work in pairs giving presentations about living life to its fullest while one of them hypes the other up as a member of the audience and pose as janitors giving responses to questions and statements over walkie-talkies.

Punishment: Murr has to yank and put out cigarettes from the hands of smokers. The punishment doesn't end until Murr steals a whole pack of cigarettes from a smoker, forcing Murr to give up his expensive jacket to the guy in exchange for the pack, which he then throws into the garbage.
13811"Stuffed Turkey"April 27, 2017 (2017-04-27)Q0.78[133]

The guys act as not-so-handy-men assembling furniture, team up to drop underwear into shopper's bags at the mall, and mistake strangers for someone they know at the supermarket.

Punishment: Q is forced to attend a speed dating event while his hands have two very large turkey legs attached to them, and the punishment does not end until he eats all of the turkey.
13912"Crickets"May 4, 2017 (2017-05-04)Sal0.71[134]

The guys work as salesmen for Lids and team up to serve some confused customers at Joey Fatone's hot dog joint.

Punishment: Sal has to perform a stand-up comedy routine for business people at the end of a three-day conference, but must purposely perform badly.
14013"Universal Appeal"May 11, 2017 (2017-05-11)Q0.94[135]

In an hour-long special episode sponsored by Universal Orlando Resort, the guys do crazy challenges around the park. Their first challenge has them playing line employees for Transformers: The Ride. Except Sal, who brought in Harry Potter actor Matthew Lewis to fill in for him, the jokers awkwardly rode Jurassic Park: The Ride in the second challenge. Other challenges include misguiding park goers around the park and trying to find their missing relatives.

Punishment: Q is dressed as a spider and has to perform on stage in a barnyard show at the Toon Lagoon Theater; he also has to protect the barnyard from a mixed martial arts master dressed as a cow.
14114"Paradise Lost"July 13, 2017 (2017-07-13)Murr1.17[136]

The guys attempt to get tips as fortune tellers, go head-to-head getting strangers to pass along messages, ask strangers if their "proposal" is ready, written by the other guys, team up to give presentations on Hawaiian culture, and invade stranger's towel space at the beach.

Punishment: In part 2 of Q's revenge for the "Spider-Man" punishment in season 5, Q punishes Murr with his #2 fear: swimming with sharks.
14215"Mime and Punishment"July 20, 2017 (2017-07-20)Q0.94[137]

The guys do and say what they are told while posing as meditation instructors, and attempt to get secrets from strangers.

Punishment: Q is handcuffed to a mime for 24 hours while all of the jokers are on tour.
14316"Three Men and Your Baby"July 27, 2017 (2017-07-27)Sal, Q, and Murr0.83[138]

The guys pose as photographers, and get strangers to fill out questionnaires with messed up hands.

Punishment: As revenge for the parent punishment in "The Parent Trap", Joe forces the guys to pitch their television show "3 Men & Your Baby", where they give parental tips knowing nothing about parenting to parents and their babies.
14417"The Q-Pay"August 3, 2017 (2017-08-03)Murr1.02[139]

The guys get strangers' help to reply to messages in a waiting room, compete head-to-head playing each other's "wingman" at a mingling event, and attempt to get strangers' encouragement in odd dilemmas.

Punishment: Murr must wear Q's hair as a wig for the rest of the season and must also apply for a new passport photo while wearing Q's hair.
14518"Rubbed the Wrong Way"August 10, 2017 (2017-08-10)Joe0.96[140]

The guys "encourage" strangers to reply to their texts at the food court, and team up going head-to-head to play catch with other people's groceries at the supermarket.

Punishment: Joe is forced to portray a genie in a play; however, the guys control his harness, so they kept swinging Joe into the props and set pieces the entire time.
14619"Flatfoot the Pirate"August 17, 2017 (2017-08-17)Sal0.91[141]

The guys try to justify a humiliating soaking at a mall retailer, play the "Laugh Man Standing" game, and record stranger's conversations at the park.

Punishment: Sal poses as a pirate for a children's event, but the real punishment is he must drink a cup of a woman's breast milk. Murr, who is assisting Sal in the event, is tricked into thinking that he lost as well and drinks some breast milk as well, ultimately to find that he didn't lose after all. In the end, the "crew" mutinies against Sal and force him to "walk the plank" - right into some murky filthy waters of the New Jersey river.
14720"Remember the Pact"August 24, 2017 (2017-08-24)Murr0.96[142]

Murr, Sal, Joe and Q beg supermarket shoppers to hold on to a weird item for them, then make conversation in the park utilizing some outrageous words. Later, the guys volunteer to help teach tech to senior citizens.

Punishment: After a successful secret pact goes off without a hitch, Murr's turn is turned into an impromptu punishment; he has to show his father on the computer what is on his cellphone such as embarrassing videos, pictures, etc.
14821"Silence of the Lame"August 31, 2017 (2017-08-31)Sal0.92[143]

The guys compete head-to-head as toy inventors and must get strangers to approve emails written by the other guys.

Punishment: In a crowded mall's food court, Sal has to shush people for no reason. Eventually, he is reported by someone and he runs away and hides behind a counter out of embarrassment.
14922"The Walking Dread"September 14, 2017 (2017-09-14)Sal0.83[144]

The guys pose as employees at a botanical garden and team up to take turns dipping fries into other people's food at the food court.

Punishment: Sal is forced to enter a sewer and rescue his nieces while being attacked by zombies.
15023"Take Me Out of The Ball Game"September 28, 2017 (2017-09-28)Joe1.00[145]

The guys completed assigned tasks at Universal Orlando Resort's Volcano Bay water park, go head-to-head playing another round of TP basketball shootout at the grocery store, and go head-to-head playing a game of hot potato with a strange item across a stranger in the park.

Punishment: Joe goes to Citi Field, home of the New York Mets, and steals autographed baseballs that Noah Syndergaard autographs for children. Eventually, a furious mother snaps at Joe, leading Joe to leave embarrassed.
15124"The Party Crasher"October 5, 2017 (2017-10-05)Murr0.74[146]

The guys dodge shakedowns at the park, go head-to-head to see who can cling to a car the longest, and go head-to-head playing a game of attaching ribbons to strangers.

Punishment: Murr must attend a cocktail party while repeatedly trying to pin Kayla Harrison, an Olympic Judo gold medalist.
15225"Dover and Out"October 12, 2017 (2017-10-12)Q0.77[147]

The guys survey employees about customer satisfaction, and go cloud watching with strangers in the park.

Punishment: Q poses as an artist presenting a town mural to the town of Dover, New Jersey to its residents (including the whole board and the mayor) that says "DOVER SUCKS", and must talk his way out of it.
15326"G.I. Jokers"November 2, 2017 (2017-11-02)Murr, then Q0.87[148]

In this hour-long season finale that's part salute-to-the-troops, part pre-recorded-challenges, the Jokers team up to give phony presentations about aviation at the American Airpower Museum, plant American flags onto unsuspecting shoppers, and try to get a handshake after showing off their dubious rewards. The episode also features three veterans who receive the same three tattoos Q, Murr and Sal got in "The Permanent Punishment" and a visit to the Wounded Warrior Project.

Punishment: Murr rides shotgun in a fighter aircraft; then later, Q is forced to watch as his prized Jeep is destroyed by a M18 Hellcat.

Season 7 (2018)[edit]

No.
overall
No. in
season
TitleOriginal airdate [149]Losing Joker(s)U.S. viewers
(millions)
1541"The Marathon Man"February 1, 2018 (2018-02-01)Murr0.89[150]

The guys go to Top of the Rock for some awkward interactions, and play a game of "Did They Deserve That?" at a bagel shop.

Punishment: As revenge for the Gary Busey incident in the "Did They Deserve That?" challenge, Sal punishes Murr by forcing him to run across the Brooklyn Bridge with huge shoes and minimal clothing while it is below freezing outside, and he gets soaked with ice cold water on the way. When he finishes the run, he gets drenched with 2 giant buckets of ice cold water and some confetti.
1552"Guilty as Charged"February 8, 2018 (2018-02-08)Q0.65[151]

The guys get strangers to watch their backs from angry security guards at a grocery store, and team up to teach presentations on UFOs.

Punishment: Q works at the front door at the Knitting Factory in Brooklyn, collecting cover charges for Tight Fright. Later, he goes into the audience and an announcement is made that the show is free, so everyone goes after him for their money. Unfortunately for Q, all he can give them is a sack containing quarters.
1563"No Good Deed"February 15, 2018 (2018-02-15)Sal and Joe0.63[152]

The guys compete head-to-head posing odd TV shows as execs to the public, and do and say what they are told at a department store.

Punishment: At a fundraising event for the Algonquin Arts Theatre, Joe and Sal present to charity donors how they spent the money on ridiculous and insensitive projects.
1574"Stripteased"March 1, 2018 (2018-03-01)Murr0.68[153]

The guys do and say whatever they're told while posing as dentists, and then compete head-to-head in trying not to laugh while the other makes a hilarious scene at a donut shop.

Punishment: Before the punishment, Frank the prostate exam doctor injects Murr with the histamine drug that he is mildly allergic to. The jokers watch Murr perform a strip-tease with Australia's Thunder from Down Under while dressed in a cowboy hat and boots.
1585"Indecent Proposal"March 22, 2018 (2018-03-22)Sal0.69[154]

The guys attempt to trick unknowing receptionists with ridiculous disguises and try to get approval for an e-mail they’re writing.

Punishment: Sal, acting as a dance teacher’s assistant, asks couples if they’d be willing to meet them in a more passionate setting, similar to the movie Indecent Proposal. Later on, he shows the couples a briefcase full of money he has.
1596"Turning the Tables"March 29, 2018 (2018-03-29)Joe0.66[155]

The guys take out the remote a controlled chairs for a spin, team up to work at a virtual reality gaming center, and attempt to blame strangers for unusual events.

Punishment: Eight breakaway tables are placed in a busy restaurant and Joe must destroy every table by forcefully body-slamming into them, without knowing which tables were real or fake. This is later revealed as Murr's revenge from the "Party Crasher" punishment.
1607"Lords of the Ring"April 12, 2018 (2018-04-12)Q and Sal0.65[156]

Joe, Murr, Sal and Q skirt the law while posing as receptionists, then go fishing for people's luggage at a mall.

Punishment: Q and Sal are given a turquoise ring that they must sell by rotary telephone while in an extremely hot room with only 1 gerbil water dispenser each to stay hydrated. After 4 hours of unsuccessful attempts to sell the ring, Q manages to sell it to the owner of a pizza joint that he regularly visits.
1618"No Child Left Behind"April 26, 2018 (2018-04-26)Q0.55[157]

The guys compete head-to-head selling their toys to focus groups, team up attaching clothespins to unsuspecting shoppers, and play a game of touching laser pointer dots.

Punishment: Q goes into a kiddy's playground where the guys have put a toddler wearing a soiled diaper. Q must find the child amongst several other kids by sniffing their diapers for the soiled one. Right as he is about to be removed from the playing area by security, Q successfully finds the kid and the punishment ends.
1629"Pulling the Rug"May 10, 2018 (2018-05-10)Murr0.65[158]

The guys run a surprise hide and seek challenge; a stint at the Cake Boss's counter is anything but sweet; advice for children turns awkward when heard by strangers.

Punishment: As revenge for the "No Child Left Behind" punishment, Q punishes Murr by making him work as a waiter in a fancy, crowded restaurant to find out who is wearing a wig. He successfully finds the wig and the punishment ends.
16310"Speech Impediment"August 2, 2018 (2018-08-02)Murr0.83[159]

The guys try not to laugh at gags behind a glass mirror and head to the Top of the Rock to get opinions on their wedding proposals.

Punishment: Murr takes a stab at performing a disastrous speech for the advisory board at Yonkers City Hall where he must read the blue cards everytime the jokers say "line". Unaware that Yonkers mayor Mike Spano was already in on this punishment.
16411"Card Against Humanity"August 9, 2018 (2018-08-09)Sal0.76[160]

The guys compete in a 4-way job-exchanging challenge, and then record people's conversations for strange reasons.

Punishment: Sal must attend a business meeting where he poses as a businessman. The punishment? He must give a single business card to the people at the meeting, but then take it back in favor of "a better person."
16512"Bull Shiatsu"August 16, 2018 (2018-08-16)Joe0.59[161]

The guys, posing as receptionists, try not to laugh at ridiculous names given to them on a list from the other guys, and then compete head-to-head to give away strange items to strangers as a reward for returning their "lost" wallet.

Punishment: Joe, dressed inside a home-made massage chair, manually massages people at a mall. The punishment doesn't end until he massages his former adversary Byamba from a previous punishment.
16613"The Running Of The Bullies"August 23, 2018 (2018-08-23)Sal0.75[162]

The guys, posing as waiters, offer ridiculous specials to customers, and team up at a house-keeping job, doing and saying whatever the other guys tell them.

Punishment: Sal poses as a lifeguard at the Cresskill Swim Club in Cresskill, New Jersey where he must kick everybody out of the pool without reasoning, on the grounds of a new bullying policy.
16714"The Needy and the Greedy"August 30, 2018 (2018-08-30)Q0.76[163]

The guys volunteer to take ridiculous notes written by the others at a focus group, and they try to get a bystander to back up their story to the manager after falling into a tower of cereal boxes to commit insurance fraud.

Punishment: Q poses as a volunteer at Long Island Cares, gathering food and donating it to the needy where he must eat any fresh food item that he is told to in front of other volunteers. Murr later revealed that the punishment was inspired by Joe's segment in a challenge from the Season 6 episode "Catastrophe". In that episode, Joe was told to continuously drink the juice bar's supply of coconut water, regardless of what his trainer says while working as a trainee at Organic Avenue.
16815"Washed Up"September 13, 2018 (2018-09-13)Joe0.64[164]

The guys make scenes while stealing tips from the tip jar at a pizza shop, and then go through a hilarious text exchange challenge at the food court.

Punishment: Joe must wash other people's cars without their permission. The other guys up the ante mid-way into the punishment and have Joe strip off his clothes, leaving only a bikini, while washing the cars. The punishment doesn't end until he breaks into someone's car and vacuums the interior.
16916"To Hatch A Predator"September 20, 2018 (2018-09-20)Q0.51[165]

The guys conduct interviews for DNA testing and cause mischief at the grocery store while wearing bath robes.

Punishment: At a children's museum, Q is told to take a bucket supposedly containing turtle eggs and break them all over himself in an attempt to break a world record. The children in the audience are told that Q is a scientist helping these turtles hatch. After he smashes the eggs, which are later revealed to be store-bought, on his head he must give a presentation on turtles while the children berate him.
17017"Like A Boss"September 27, 2018 (2018-09-27)Murr0.54[166]

The guys must do and say with what they're told to while working at the Universal Orlando location of Fast & Furious: Supercharged, where every single refusal counts as a thumbs down. Later, they head to the park taking photos of strangers and asking permission to post them on the guys' personal Instagram account. The catch is the other guys provide an awkward caption that has to go along with the photo, and if you lose you not only get a loss, but you also have to post an embarrassing selfie using that same caption.

Punishment: Murr poses as a new hire at tumblr where he must interrupt a presentation that was held at the company's headquarters including a facetime chat with Guy Fieri. It was revealed that Joe contacted Fieri prior to the punishment and told him about the tumblr employees being a fan of his.
17118"Chick Magnet"October 4, 2018 (2018-10-04)Sal0.65[167]

The guys try to get strangers to follow them to a made up basement at a meatball shop, try to get customers to call out a ridiculous nickname of someone at the grocery store, and then try to get a stranger to agree with their ridiculous life lessons they bestow upon some toddlers at the park.

Punishment: Sal, being fearful of animals, must catch a bunch of wild chickens and chicks with his father in the room witnessing the punishment.
17219"Dropping Knowledge"October 11, 2018 (2018-10-11)Murr0.52[168]

The guys get strangers to help them fix their broken bike, and do and say whatever they are told. Later, they get strangers to approve some strange e-mails written by the other guys.

Punishment: Murr competes in a little trivia game show against a kid, Jake, based on Are You Smarter than a 5th Grader?. Every time Jake wins a question that Murr answers incorrectly, he gets to choose an item from Murr's apartment for himself to keep, and the game is over when Murr beats Jake 3 times. The punishment is that Murr's apartment is a rental, and, unlike past punishments, Murr does not get reimbursed for any of the items that Jake wins, including the shower heads, the front door handle, all of the bedding, and his Georgetown diploma.
17320"Hump Day"October 18, 2018 (2018-10-18)Q0.48[169]

The guys Greek out while lending a hand at a casual restaurant and then compete head-to-head answering questions in a focus group.

Punishment: Q is forced to spend a single day locked in a den at the zoo where he experiences life inside a zoo, with his only companion being a baby camel. He is told he cannot leave until the other guys unlock the gate to the den. Q is forced to do things animals do in the zoo such as cooling off in a swimming pool, being showered by a zookeeper, and lying on a pile of hay as his bed. He eventually calls Joe when the day is over, only to realize that the gate had never been locked by the other guys the entire time he was there.
17421"Out of Left Field"October 25, 2018 (2018-10-25)Joe0.45[170]

The guys play “the laugh man standing” challenge, and then try to get strangers to repeat the strange backstory of the Gatto dogs.

Punishment: Joe, being the most out of shape between the quartet, gets humiliated at MLB Studios when he has to interrupt the televised performances of Carlos Pena and Mark DeRosa, by doing exercises at home plate, with Sal's father as his coach. He can’t stop until he reaches 100 push-ups. Eventually an annoyed Pena and DeRosa join in to help Joe complete the punishment just to get him to leave.
17522"Autograph Corrector"November 1, 2018 (2018-11-01)Q0.50[171]

The ask some strangers for help on writing some strange answers on a questionnaire, and then fall in love with total strangers who assist them in the park.

Punishment: Q must go to an autograph session with former Yankee Tino Martinez at Billy’s Sports Bar in the Bronx, where he must purposely ruin the mementos Martinez signs or delete photos on phones. Unbeknownst to Q, Martinez is in on the punishment and for every item he destroys/deletes, they give the fans a brand new memento or photo.
17623"The Bogey Man"November 8, 2018 (2018-11-08)Sal0.54[172]

The guys pose as dental assistants doing and saying whatever the other guys tell them, make headlines for all the wrong reasons, and give campers some ridiculous campfire tips.

Punishment: After rigging Sal’s loss in the final challenge, the guys have Sal go to a golf course where he must ruin the games of golf players by intentionally moving their balls.
17724"Hell On Wheels"November 15, 2018 (2018-11-15)Murr0.56[173]

The guys compete head-to-head doing and saying whatever the other guys tell them while posing as physical therapists, then pitch some ridiculous ideas for TV show hosts.

Punishment: Murr has to take out some roller derby professionals and for every lap that he doesn’t take someone out, the guys send a humiliating email on his Gmail account that he cannot apologize for. The punishment doesn’t end until he takes out one player.
17825"Pantsing With the Stars"November 29, 2018 (2018-11-29)Sal0.50[174]

The guys pair up to share ridiculous educational improvement ideas in presentations with perplexed parents, and then they teach Krav Maga to martial arts students.

Punishment: Sal takes a loss on the final challenge (in which he has to pants someone) without realising that this means he loses the whole episode: for his punishment, he must take out a 3-time heavyweight champion, Randy Couture, who easily ties him down every time he tries. The punishment doesn’t end until he successfully takes his pants off.
17926"Staten Island Holiday Spectacular"December 6, 2018 (2018-12-06)Sal0.57

The guys celebrate with some unseasonable specials, followed by unwanted new toys; then, gift wrapping goes awry

Punishment: The guys trap Sal in a cage at a bear reservation where he faces the wrath of grizzly bears as he feeds them some fried chicken.

Season 8 (2019)[edit]

No.
overall
No. in
season
TitleOriginal airdateLosing Joker(s)U.S. viewers
(millions)
1801"Crash Test Dummies"March 28, 2019 (2019-03-28)Sal and Murr0.58[175]

The guys compete in taxi cabs, doing and saying what the guys tell them to, and then try to enlist a stranger into helping them make messes at a grocery store.

Punishment: Sal and Murr compete in a monster truck jam to see whose prized possession will be crushed by the other guys. Murr’s is an expensive Segway set and Sal’s is a show-themed pinball machine. The game ends in a tie, leading Joe and Q to order both items to be crushed by a Zombie-themed monster truck.
1812"The Closer"April 4, 2019 (2019-04-04)Murr0.50[176]

The guys get tutored on how to use PowerPoint at a library, and play a four-way game of hot potato with stranger's shoes.

Punishment: Murr goes to a cafe full of customers working on their laptops, and close their laptops for no reason until the others allow him to stop. To conclude the punishment, the guys have Murr kiss show crew members until they eventually trick him into kissing a person who doesn't work on the show.
1823"Tipping Point"April 11, 2019 (2019-04-11)Sal0.56[177]

The guys pose as hospital receptionists, doing and saying whatever the other guys tell them, and then try to convince strangers to not use a particular restroom.

Punishment: Sal poses as a delivery person delivering lunches to a company, but must criticize the customers for providing too low of tips, no matter the amount.
1834"Full Mental Jacket"April 18, 2019 (2019-04-18)Joe0.54[178]

The guys play a couple rounds of "do and say whatever you're told" while posing as nurses at a hospital and then doing some grocery shopping with their fake wives.

Punishment: Joe goes to a fashion show, where he takes the jackets of people to hang up. The guys, however, order him to take all of the jackets given to him, and pose with them very rudely during the entire fashion show.
1845"Blue Man Dupe"April 25, 2019 (2019-04-25)Q0.49[179]

The guys give ridiculous reasons on why they should buy stranger's groceries, and get strangers' help to reply to weird text messages in a waiting room.

Punishment: At a Blue Man Group event, Q must rudely ask strangers to get out of their seat; because he thinks that the seat is his, where he later finds an error on his ticket. Later, Q must sit in the front row when the show starts in just his clothes, unlike in a poncho like everyone else, and get disgusting substances all over him, and made a mess of with things like toilet paper.
1856"The Dumbbell"May 2, 2019 (2019-05-02)Murr0.51[180]

The guys read their fake daughter's diary pages, and give normal presentations while being told what to do and say by the other guys.

Punishment: Murr must go to a gym, and pull insults out of a fanny pack to insult the tattoos of various buff people working out at the gym.
1867"The Eggman"May 9, 2019 (2019-05-09)Joe0.56[181]

The guys dress up with various costumes trying to fool receptionists, and convince strangers to give up their gifted gift cards.

Punishment: Joe must enter a meeting as a janitor, finding and eating various hard-boiled eggs hidden throughout the room, much to the dismay of the other patrons.
1878"Summer Vacation"May 16, 2019 (2019-05-16)clip show0.38[182]
A clip show of past episodes explaining the do's and don'ts of summer vacation
1889"Cake Loss"May 23, 2019 (2019-05-23)Q0.59[183]

The guys disrespect strangers at the food court, while saying "no disrespect" before the disrespectful line given by the other guys, and must get the stranger to say "We good." Later, they pose as tailors and ask strangers to settle ridiculous debates.

Punishment: Q poses as a judge at a cake decorating contest, and he must ruin the contestant's cakes. But, it is later revealed to Q that he is not a judge, and he is a contestant, where the real judges come out to judge the cakes. Because he ruined all the other cakes, Q ends up winning, causing other patrons to be dismayed as they pose for a victory photo with an embarrassed Q.
18910"The Antisocial Network"May 30, 2019 (2019-05-30)Q0.56[184]

The guys play matchmakers at the food court of a mall, and then must give presentations about architecture.

Punishment: Q is at a networking event, and has to find one person to continually follow around, the entire time. He meets a man named Chris to follow around. Chris tries to lose Q but it does not work until Chris tells Q he is having a private conversation.
19011"Off the Reservation"August 8, 2019 (2019-08-08)Sal0.51[185]

The Jokers try not to laugh during the shoot of a documentary with hilarious answers given to each other for the interviews, and then compete head-to-head to fill a shopper's cart with marshmallows.

Punishment: Sal serves as the bouncer for a very fancy restaurant, where he must purposely not give customers their reserved tables.
19112"Fraudway"August 15, 2019 (2019-08-15)Murr0.47[186]

The guys play the "Laugh Man Standing" challenge in a waiting room, and team up as customers at a chicken restaurant.

Punishment: Murr has to be the world's worst cameraman for Yanni, one of his favorite musicians, at a Broadway concert, and later he tries to play "One Man's Dream" on piano, one of Yanni's songs, but he fails horribly.
19213"The Show Stopper"August 22, 2019 (2019-08-22)Q0.55[187]

The guys survey park-goers at Universal Studios Hollywood, then pose as maintenance workers while answering questions over a walkie-talkie with crazy one liners.

Punishment: Q has to continuously stop a Universal Studios ride tour for ridiculous reasons by using a emergency brake rope whenever the other guys tell him to until he eventually gets removed by security.
19314"Sucks for You"[188]August 29, 2019 (2019-08-29)TBATBA
19415"TBA"TBATBATBA

Specials[edit]

No.TitleOriginal air dateU.S. viewers
(millions)
1"Joker's Choice"February 2, 2012 (2012-02-02)1.30[189]
The guys go over their favorite challenges from the season and tell each other personal thoughts.
2"Inside Jokes"May 8, 2014 (2014-05-08)N/A
In this 1-hour special, there are repeats of "Look Out Below" and "Strip High Five", but with special trivia displayed on the screen.
3"Happy Father's Day!"June 15, 2014 (2014-06-15)0.77

The Jokers and their fathers show some classic scenes in a Father's Day episode.

This episode has a dedication at the end, in honor of Joseph S. Gatto, Joe's dad: 1939–95.
4"Practically Live"March 26, 2015 (2015-03-26)0.98[190]
In this 1-hour special, the Jokers offer a behind-the-scenes look at their stand-up tour and personal lives.
5"Funny 'Cause It Hurts"April 30, 2015 (2015-04-30)0.75[191]
In this special episode, the guys look back at the series' best punishments, share new secrets and show never before seen footage.
6"Anatomy of a Challenge"August 31, 2015 (2015-08-31)0.82[192]
In this special, the Jokers break down how to succeed in each challenge and how to make each other trip up and lose.
7"Unseen Scenes"September 1, 2015 (2015-09-01)0.56[193]
In this special episode, the guys show more never before seen clips... or in this case, "unseen scenes".
8"Fan-tastic Countdown"September 2, 2015 (2015-09-02)0.90[194]

The Jokers count down the most memorable moments of the show, according to their fans.

10. Q speaking olde English at the "Castle of White" (S1E01)
9. Murr jumping on the couches with the over excited roommate (S1E05)
8. Sal doing the "Double Dutch" (S2E08)
7. Joe freaking out while teaching CPR (S1E12)
6. Q putting whipped cream on the shopping cart (S3E04)
5. Sal chanting "Let's get sexy" in the baseball stadium (S1E13)
4. Q's encounter with the "What does that mean" guy (S2E09)
3. Joe singing "Scoopski Potatoes" (S2E22)
2. Murr's skydive (S3E01)
1. All of Joe's various "Larry" moments
9"One Night Stand up"October 1, 2015 (2015-10-01)0.61[195]
Joe, Murr, Sal, and Q hit the stage for their sold out stand-up show in Torrington, Connecticut in this 90-minute televised special. Included are never-before-seen clips and exclusive behind-the-scenes footage.
10"Joker Bowl: The Pros Weigh In"February 4, 2016 (2016-02-04)N/A
Our host and two former NFL players are in the studio giving in-depth analysis of each Joker's strategy and execution as well as statistical analysis and review of game-day footage.
11"NCAA March Madness Showdown"March 13, 2016 (2016-03-13)0.65[196]

Going head-to-head, the Jokers compete for the championship title in a Sweet Sixteen bracket from four divisions: Grocery Store, Mall, Park and Posing as Employees.

Winner: Q
12"All Aboard"May 19, 2016 (2016-05-19)0.74[197]
The Impractical Jokers show highlights and unseen clips and play games with the fans on their latest cruise that set sail early this year.
13"British Invasion"July 14, 2016 (2016-07-14)1.15[198]

In this 1-hour episode, the Jokers wreak havoc across the city of London. The guys serve up pints of awkwardness at a pub, try to sell ridiculous theatre tickets in the West End, team up to work at a fish and chips shop, and use their infamous bullhorns that are controlled by the other guys.

Losing Joker(s): Joe and Murr

Punishment: For the 8th double punishment, the jokers travel to High Wycombe in Buckinghamshire, where Joe and Murr are set up to become goalies at a soccer (or football) game, though they're actually merely target practice for professional soccer players Wycombe Wanderers F.C.. This was Sal and Q's revenge for the last double punishment they faced in the Season 4 episode, "Deal with the Devils".
14"One Night at the Grand"September 1, 2016 (2016-09-01)0.56[199]
In this 90-minute special, the Jokers have their usual shenanigans at the Grand Opera House in Wilmington, DE. This episode is similar to "One Night Stand Up".
15"Fantastic Access"September 8, 2016 (2016-09-08)0.67[200]
The Jokers answer questions from the fans by showing never-before-seen footage.
16"A Day in the Life"October 31, 2016 (2016-10-31)0.49[201]
In this special, a documentary crew gets a behind-the-scenes look at the making of Impractical Jokers. Subjects mentioned include how to place the cameras, the crew's favorite moments and what happens when someone recognizes the Jokers.
17"NCAA March Madness Bracket Attack"March 12, 2017 (2017-03-12)0.52[202]

Going head-to-head, the Jokers compete for the championship title in a Sweet 16 bracket, this time using punishments.

Winner: Sal
18"After Party"May 11, 2017 (2017-05-11)0.64[135]
Q, Murr, and host Joey Fatone take a behind-the-scenes look at the hour-long episode "Universal Appeal".
19"The Murray Jury"October 26, 2017 (2017-10-26)0.69[203]
20"Sizing up Sal"October 26, 2017 (2017-10-26)0.64[203]
21"Judging Joe"October 26, 2017 (2017-10-26)0.62[203]
22"Critiquing Q"October 26, 2017 (2017-10-26)0.58[203]
23"Punishment Countdown"November 2, 2017 (2017-11-02)0.63[204]
Joey Fatone counts down his favorable punishments.
24"Humiliation for the Holidays"November 24, 2017 (2017-11-24)0.44[205]
The guys revisit wild moments, sharing their favorite toys and spending time at the mall.
25"The Joker Games"February 22, 2018 (2018-02-22)0.54[206]

Guest host Joey Fatone, along with special guest judges Kayla Harrison and Soren Thompson, determine who is the best all-around joker.

Gold: Murr
Silver: Sal
Bronze: Q
26"NCAA March Madness Breakdown"March 8, 2018 (2018-03-08)0.54[207]

Guest host by Joey Fatone, along with NBA players Doug McDermott and Enes Kanter, decide which Joker would be their #1 pick.

Winners: Doug chooses Joe, while Enes chooses Q.
27"Spring Break Countdown"April 5, 2018 (2018-04-05)0.52[208]
The guys count down their most cringeworthy and hilarious moments of fun in the sun. During the episode, a dozen totally ridiculous spring break tips are given.
28"Joker for a Day"May 3, 2018 (2018-05-03)0.65[209]

The Jokers make members of the Impractical Jokers crew play the challenges they usually play, such as putting balloons, post-its and pencils on people without getting caught, looking for their wives, and so on. Whoever the Jokers declare the MVP gets a week off of work, with pay.

MVP: Christine Morris
29"Hits, Errors, and Balls!"October 4, 2018 (2018-10-04)0.48[167]

A countdown of baseball related clips from the show.

9) Q v. Murr pitching Baseball Mascot Ideas (S3E20)
8) Q's 'Just Say No' Punishment (S3E30)
7) Q v. Sal in Miss and a Swing (S2E15)
6) Stadium Security Challenge (S3E28)
5) Q's Breakdance Punishment (S2E26)
4) Butterfly Crime Scene (S1E02)
3) Q's 'Heckle and Hide' Punishment (S5E19)
2) Joes punishment at Citi Field (S6E23)
1) Sal Chanting "Let's Get Sexy" (S1E13)
30"Fantasy Draft"March 14, 2019 (2019-03-14)0.29
Joey Fatone teams up with NBA stars Terrence Ross and Mo Bamba in order to create the perfect Impractical Jokers franchise.

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