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"Inside Jokes" gives viewers a unique, unprecedented peek behind classic episodes of TruTV's popular series "Impractical Jokers." The series follows four lifelong friends -- Brian "Q" Quinn, James "Murr" Murray, Joe Gatto and Sal Vulcano -- who challenge one another to do ridiculous dares in public. To find out who is best under pressure, the guys compete in awkward hidden-camera hijinks that reach outrageous levels. The loser then must perform what is deemed to be the most-mortifying challenge yet.

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Sal and Q bring up a topic while Murr and Joe are on the floor for "Health Nuts"; Murr trades his jacket for a pack of smokes, then has to buy it back.
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Creating a creepy voice changer for "Devil Voices"; zookeeper Murr learns penguin tips; an epic punishment is shot on the same day as Sal's corn maze fiasco.
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A joker who graduated second in his high school class; one person's reaction in the Hug It Out challenge amazes Murr; a classic prop hides in the set for Q's musical punishment.
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A joker has a Superman symbol tattooed on his right arm; Joe uses a certain hashtag a lot on his social media accounts; a joker has a podcast with two friends outside of the crew.
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Murr, Sal, Q and Joe share what prop was sterilized after Joe's turn and why the crew almost postponed his tram punishment.
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A Joker continues to pitch ideas for new shows to TV networks; the act known as corpsing, and identifying the Joker that does it the most; Sal endures a psychic punishment.
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The guys decide to have Q stay asleep for 30 minutes; Sal's pool challenge.
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Shoppers fill the candy aisle during "Star Struck"; a celebrity enters the set while the guys film "Brain Games"; Joe and Q are offered dance lessons following their drum line punishment.
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The crew secretly wrangles students to sit near the Jokers in "Shhh"; a Joker's high school hockey skills prove to be of no use in the painful hockey punishment.
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A gym owner helps prevent Joe from getting punched in the nose during his stare-down punishment.
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Murr appears as an extra in a movie; wrestler Bully Ray's real-life beef with Sal; a feline fiasco halts filming.
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Sal surprises the guys when he wins a challenge; Joe's play space punishment takes up a number of buildings.
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Learning what part of "Out of Remote Control" annoyed people more than any challenge to date; the crew becomes emotionally scarred after "Debate and Switch"; Murr has a fear greater than skydiving.
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Finding out how many times Joe has shown his butt on the show, why volunteers were turned away for the Tool Bags challenge, and how the decision was made to find just the right turkey legs for Q's punishment.
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The Jokers kill the idea of shirtless Joe in the boxing ring; the guys mess with Sal before his "Scared Straight" punishment.
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A behind-the-scenes look at the perfect place to film an "Impractical Jokers" challenge, what happened to customers who consumed Q's hot dog smoothie and what prevented Sal's stand-up comedy punishment from happening.
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A behind-the-scenes look at how many mousetraps accidentally went off during Q's turn in Hold This Please; what made Joe and Murr join Team Skins in Columbus Park; how Murr's tech punishment made show history.
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A behind-the-scenes look at which Joker gets dizzy when a cab has a strong smell of air freshener, which one speaks Spanish and which one struggles to keep a straight face during Joe's expert punishment.
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A look at who made the call to give Murr a face full of slushie at the mall, how the Jokers keep their props secret from each other before Laugh Man Standing, and whose breast milk Pirate Sal chugged.
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A behind-the-scenes look at how Murr's old neighbor learned a little too much information about his personal life and whom Joe would want by his side in a fight.
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A behind-the-scenes look at which Joker included inline skating as a skill on his resume, which one was a "mathlete" in high school and which one was afraid of the dark as a child.

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