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This hidden-camera series follows four lifelong friends -- Brian "Q" Quinn, James "Murr" Murray, Joe Gatto and Sal Vulcano -- who take dares to an outrageous level. Since they were young, the quartet have challenged one another to do ridiculous dares in public. On the show, to find out who is best under pressure, the guys compete in awkward and outrageous hidden-camera hijinks. At the end of each episode, the loser must perform what is deemed to be the most-mortifying challenge yet.

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Joe, Sal, Murr and Q ask strangers to help them bury bizarre items, then go head-to-head to see who can cling the longest to a stranger's car; the Joker makes a room full of enemies at an auction house.
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The guys dress to the nines, but act like zeroes while trying to get sympathy, and tonight's big loser faces the music in a tone-deaf punishment.
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Sal, Q, Joe and Murr pair up in focus group presentations; the night's loser tries to cure the public of a nasty habit - but gets people smoking mad.
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The guys spin a wheel and creep out shoppers at the mall; tonight's punishment leaves one Joker soaked, enraged, and totally shocked.
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The guys serve up raw deals at a pawn shop counter and try to convince strangers to give them hugs; tonight's loser performs his life story through song.
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The guys play helpless oddballs in a waiting room, then ask grocery shoppers for cash; tonight's loser becomes the number one enemy of women everywhere.
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Sal, Murr, Joe and Q survey employees with odd questions; tonight's loser unveils a mural in a small town whose residents react with big-city rage.
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The guys ask strangers for help with some big items and share their entrepreneurial tips with a group of unfortunate souls; a big loser strikes out while posing as "that dad" at a Little League softball game.
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Joe, Sal, Q and Murr go face-to-face at a clothing store; the loser crashes a classy book reading, learning that silence is golden.
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The guys take name-calling to new heights and ask for bogus donations; the night's big loser gets a shave that's too close for comfort.
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The guys pose as cranky NY cab drivers, then solicit undeserved congrats in the park; tonight's loser is sheriff of an old Nevada town.
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The guys are challenged to hold in their laughter during presentations designed to crack them up; when Joe, Sal, and Murr try to gang up on Q, he turns the tables.
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Joe, Sal, Q and Murr must think on their feet at a podiatrist's office; burying unusual objects in the park; grocery store race.
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The guys paint themselves into a corner teaching an art class, face the dartboard of destiny at a local bar, and tonight's loser stresses out over a Joker home invasion.
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The guys hug it out with strangers in the park, go head-to-head pitching wacky inventions to confused consumers, and launch a manhunt for their imaginary wives.
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The guys raise money for absurd charities, join diners mid-meal; offer unsolicited advice to shoppers.
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The guys bark up the wrong tree at a pet store, pose as golf instructors and give their regards to Broadway.
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The guys try to sell diamonds to unsuspecting couples ready to tie the knot and pose as members of a unwelcoming committee down at the boardwalk.
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The guys swipe food off diners' plates, tutor students in languages they don't speak and try to start a dance party.
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The guys use humiliating one-liners on strangers, play a unique word game and attempt to get shoppers in a car trunk.
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Joe, Sal, Murr and Q relive and comment on clips which feature their own dads in full Impractical Jokers mode.

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