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"Impractical Jokers" follows four lifelong friends -- Brian "Q" Quinn, James "Murr" Murray, Joe Gatto and Sal Vulcano -- who take dares to outrageous levels. On the show, to find out who is best under pressure, the guys compete in awkward and outrageous hidden-camera high jinks. At the end of each episode, the loser must perform what is deemed to be the most-mortifying challenge yet. The spinoff "After Party," hosted by Joey Fatone, features the guys and special guests analyzing some of the series' best challenges. Also included are bonus content and insider access into the making of episodes.

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Joey Fatone chats with Murr, Q and Joe about what went on behind the scenes at the botanic garden; actress Victoria Justice reveals how she met Joe.
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Murr, Q and Joey Fatone discuss "Silence of the Lame"; Lori Greiner recalls Jokers product pitches.
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Host Joey Fatone teams up with Murr and Joe discuss "Remember the Pact"; a sneak peek of next week's episode.
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Joey Fatone, Sal and Joe discuss tonight's episode; Sal learns about FOMO; the Jost brothers stop by.
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Host Joey Fatone joins Joe, Sal, Murr and Q to go behind the scenes; Murr let his hair down; what happens when the guys get recognized while shooting.
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Joey Fatone sits down with Joe, Q and Murr; the guys share how easy it was for them to snag digits in the food court; a sneak peek at next week's episode.
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Joey Fatone discusses "Dover and Out" with Sal, Joe, Q and Bryan Johnson; Q walks through his cringe worthy punishment; Bryan shares vintage photos from his friendship with the guys.
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Joey Fatone, Joe, Q and Murr share how Murr nearly broke his neck and what it would take for actress Tristian Mays to go on a date with him.
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Murr, Joe and Joey Fatone discuss "Take Me Out at the Ballgame"; comic Roy Wood Jr. shares photos; Joe talks about facing down an angry Mets mom and pitcher Noah Syndergaard.
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Joey Fatone and the guys recap the season; Murr's wig gets a special goodbye.

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