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Impractical Jokers: Inside Jokes

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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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A behind-the-scenes look at which Joker's waiter experience made Meal or No Meal a breeze; a white-noise machine is needed during Dust Buddies; someone issues a siren warning right after Sal's pool punishment.
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Joe's mother forbids him from taking part in an after-school activity; filming nearly comes to a halt during the Jacks-Asses challenge; a last-minute idea makes it into Sal and Joe's charity funds punishment.
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A behind-the-scenes look at who considered taking a quick thumbs down; Murr's preferred vacation; how many attempts it took to film the punishment.
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A behind-the-scenes look at which Joker owned a bar in Staten Island; something makes the crew laugh and cry simultaneously; a look at which Joker's father grew up on a chicken farm.
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A behind-the-scenes look at what Sal finds stressful about posing as a cashier, Q's favorite on-set beverage, and what time the crew arrived to get a front row seat for Joe's pee punishment.
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Murr has trouble keeping his wig on; Jokers' teeth fall out on camera; learning who got roughed up by a judo champion before Murr's cocktail party punishment.
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Learning which Joker loves blackjack; two of the guys split season tickets for a basketball team; the guys find the lovely young lady whose heart Q broke during his ball field punishment.
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Learning which Joker once worked as a fish monger, who lied on his resume to snag a prestigious TV internship, and how long Q was sore after his wrestling punishment.
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A behind-the-scenes look at who keeps the tags on his jackets so he can return them, which crew member voiced the Sexy Beast commercial and which chain restaurant was used during Sal's punishment at the mall.
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A behind-the-scenes look at which of the Jokers is the handiest, who hates the taste of beer and how Q's love of animals beat out his arachnophobia.
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Behind the scenes; why the Jokers film in the produce section of grocery stores, what the guys tease Murr about, and why the audio team had issues recording in a medical office.
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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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Learning if any of the Jokers are avid skiers; a maitre d' helps out when seating patrons for "Stay for Dinner"; Joe has a difficult time escaping the giant cake in his VFW punishment.
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Behind the scenes to find out what Q considers to be one of the worst punishments of all time; the prank Joe often pulls on Sal when they're traveling.
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Why the Jokers love filming at the grocery store; how many pencils were purchased for put-pocketing; why Sal's pee punishment was twice as terrible as it looked.
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Learning how Murr chose which guys to honk at Volcano Bay, what happened to the toilet paper used in "Stock Boy Shootout," and how Joe managed to stay safe after messing with New York Mets fans at Citi Field.
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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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What kind of vehicle the Jokers had to stay in for a challenge; how Murr's TV career actually started.
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The slow-moving line at "The Fast and the Furious" ride makes things harder for the guys; the officiant atJoe's wedding; last-minute changes are needed for Murr's Tumblr punishment.
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One of the Jokers has a bike but won't ride it in the city; how Murr gets around backstage while on tour; what Murr's building staff refused to do during his punishment.
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A last-minute prop request causes a scramble during "The Gene Team"; the origin of Murr's fetching housecoat is revealed; one of the Jokers gets a job offer from a children's museum following Q's turtle punishment.

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