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TV by the Numbers. Three correct answers ends the punishment; Murr winds up having both nipples and his belly button pierced. Retrieved January 3, 2014.


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However, the book is completely blank and Sal has to make up the excerpt of the book on the spot. 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. Since Murr doesn't weigh as much as Sal does, he will be forced to wear a fat suit while racing.


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Impractical jokers – 1 - Punishment: Q has to eat a messy 3-course meal in his as a stuntman drives the truck along an obstacle course.

 

Season Episodes Originally aired First aired Last aired 16 December 15, 2011 2011-12-15 May 3, 2012 2012-05-03 28 September 6, 2012 2012-09-06 December 12, 2013 2013-12-12 31 January 2, 2014 2014-01-02 October 30, 2014 2014-10-30 26 January 29, 2015 2015-01-29 October 22, 2015 2015-10-22 26 February 11, 2016 2016-02-11 November 3, 2016 2016-11-03 26 February 9, 2017 2017-02-09 November 2, 2017 2017-11-02 26 February 1, 2018 2018-02-01 November 1, 2018 2018-11-01 26 February 7, 2019 2019-02-07 November 7, 2019 2019-11-07 24 February 2, 2012 2012-02-02 TBA Season 1 2011—12 No. Punishment: Sal must pick up dog poop in the park and hold it for 20 seconds. 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. Punishment: Joe goes to the boardwalk and has to put a stranger's toe in his mouth. 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. Punishment: At the laundromat, Murr must steal a pair of woman's panties and wear them on his head for 10 seconds. Punishment: Joe sits on the toilet with his pants down at a restaurant and asks for toilet paper in full view of the customers. 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. Punishment: Q must smell the breaths of strangers until he guesses correctly what they ate. 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. Punishment: Joe poses as a nightclub belly dancer. Punishment: Murr has to explain a promotional video for a charity that doesn't exist, while embarrassment comes his way. Punishment: Joe announces to a packed movie theater that he has had an accident in his pants. Punishment: Q must pick his nose on the jumbo screen in front of a live audience of baseball stadium spectators. 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 No. 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. 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. 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. 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. Punishment: The guys broadcast sexual noises on Sal's computer in a peaceful café. 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. Punishment: Sal poses as a psychic in front of a crowd and the punishment doesn't end until he makes an accurate prediction. Punishment: Murr takes a exam administered by that consists of asking Murr personal and humiliating questions in front of students at their old high school. 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. 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. 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. 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: Sal must locate his brand-new cellphone in an enormous pile of garbage while traveling on a moving barge. 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. 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. Punishment: Q presents some clips from a short film directed by the other Jokers to an audience of movie buffs. Punishment: Murr is forced to pose nude for a classroom of art enthusiasts. 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. Every incorrect answer moves them closer to the edge, and three incorrect answers forces them to jump into the water. With Sal and Murr ending up as the losers, Joe wins the challenge in the end and walks away with Q. 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. 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. Punishment: Murr hosts a computer cleanliness seminar while his laptop is controlled by the other guys, who plant embarrassing things for Murr to find. Season 3 2014 No. 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. 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: Sal must follow a rope through a cornfield maze and endure several obstacles and scares throughout. 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. 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. 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. 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. Punishment: Murr must watch as the other Jokers wreck his apartment on live TV under the guise of being a fake kids' show. 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. Joker challenge, selling fake tickets. Three correct answers ends the punishment; Murr winds up having both nipples and his belly button pierced. 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. Punishment: At JFK International Airport, Joe is given a special itinerary with tasks to complete. 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. 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. 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. 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. 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. 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. Punishment: Since Murr, Sal, and Q lost the balloon tournament, all 3 are punished with embarrassing tattoos. Murr gets a ferret skydiving, and Sal gets a tattoo of. Punishment: Sal presents his new idea for a senior citizen's park before a city council in an effort to get it approved. Punishment: Murr has to open for Legends in Concert, while the other Jokers take control of what comes out of his microphone. Finally, someone calls security and Sal is escorted off the premises. 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. 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 No. 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. 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. Punishment: Joe interviews a motorcycling club with ridiculous questions that were written by the other Jokers. 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. 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 camera, and is subsequently released from the elevator. 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 while greased up and wearing nothing but a patriotic speedo. Punishment: While Q and Sal dress up as goalies, they must block slap shots received by former Devils players Colin White and at a game. 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. 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. However, the machine is actually rigged to pop the balloons on its own, and the stunt performer is only faking throwing the knives. 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. Punishment: Q has to eat a messy 3-course meal in his as a stuntman drives the truck along an obstacle course. 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. 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. Punishment: Murr is dressed in ridiculous outfits as he plays a ring card girl at a televised boxing match. Punishment: Under the original impression that the Jokers would be completing challenges aboard the , 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. 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. 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. 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. 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. All the prize winnings go to their charities. Q is the only one to make it across the whole rope, making him the winner. 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. 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. 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 at a park using different outfits. He has to find whomever has ordered a. 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. Punishment: Sal has to go into a haunted house to blow out candles in different rooms, each with something to scare him. 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. 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 No. 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. Punishment: At a major beer and wine event, Sal works as a vendor, and must cut people off from drinking any more alcohol. Punishment: Joe heads into a gym, and must constantly stare at people working out, until the others allow him to stop. 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. Punishment: Joe must announce to everybody at a public swimming pool, that he is currently urinating in the pool. 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. Punishment: Murr must volunteer for a free prostate exam in front of strangers at a health seminar. 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. 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. Punishment: 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. Punishment: Sal must help a cow give birth. Punishment: Joe has to be the one-man squad shooting t-shirts from a shirt canon at the game. Unbeknownst to him, the prizes are outfits straight from his own wardrobe. 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. Punishment: Joe is tricked into dishonoring a fake deceased boy's family at a fake funeral held in a Mandarin community in New York. 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. Punishment: Joe is sent on a small treasure hunt looking for clues. 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: Q's is put to the test when he has several tarantulas placed on him while strapped down to a board. 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. 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. 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. 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. 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. Season 6 2017 No. Punishment: Sal invades a class to take pictures for a website. He must invade the students' privacy in order to get shots. 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. 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. Punishment: Murr is told he has to perform in front of an audience as to deliver his character's monologues. In a surprise twist, it turns out he actually has to sing and dance along with a while wearing his Dracula outfit. Punishment: At the New York Boat Show, Sal must rub people's feet using various condiments. 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. 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. 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. 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. Their first challenge has them playing line employees for. Except Sal, who brought in actor to fill in for him, the jokers awkwardly rode 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. Punishment: As revenge for the tarantula punishment in Season 5, Q punishes Murr with his 2 fear: swimming with sharks. Punishment: Q is handcuffed to a mime for 24 hours while all of the jokers are on tour. 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. 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. 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. 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. 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. Punishment: Sal is forced to enter a sewer and rescue his nieces while being attacked by zombies. Punishment: Joe goes to , home of the , and steals autographed baseballs that autographs for children. Eventually, a furious mother snaps at Joe, leading Joe to leave embarrassed. Punishment: Murr must attend a cocktail party while repeatedly trying to pin , an Olympic gold medalist. Punishment: Murr rides shotgun in a ; then later, Q is forced to watch as his prized Jeep is destroyed by a. Season 7 2018 No. Punishment: As revenge for the incident, Sal punishes Murr by forcing him to run across the 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. Punishment: Q works at the front door of a metal show collecting cover charges for a band. Later, he goes into the audience and an announcement is made that the show is free, so everyone goes after him for their money. 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. Punishment: Before the punishment, Frank the prostate exam doctor injects Murr with a drug that he is mildly allergic to. The jokers watch Murr perform a strip-tease with while dressed in a cowboy hat and boots. Winners: Doug chooses Joe, while Enes chooses Q. Later on, he shows the couples a briefcase full of money he has. Punishment: 8 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. During the episode, a dozen totally ridiculous spring break tips are given. Punishment: Q and Sal are given a turquoise ring that they must sell by 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. 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. Whoever the Jokers declare the MVP gets a week off of work, with pay. He successfully finds the wig and the punishment ends. Title Original air date U. This episode has a dedication at the end, in honor of Joseph S. Gatto, Joe's dad: 1939—95. Murr jumping on the couches with the over excited roommate S1E05 8. Joe freaking out while teaching CPR S1E12 6. Q putting whipped cream on the shopping cart S3E04 5. Murr's skydive S3E01 1. Included are never-before-seen clips and exclusive behind-the-scenes footage. 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 in , 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. 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