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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, Q, Sal, and Murr crack each other up from behind glass, then test out awkward proposals; plus, the big loser gets tongue-tied while speaking to government officials; Joey Fatone goes behind the scenes on "After Party."
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Joe, Sal, Q and Murr dodge shakedowns with the help of some strangers and then get handsy in a parking lot; a clip bait battle takes place in the park and the loser has a run-in at a party.
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Murr, Sal, Joe and Q beg shoppers to hold on to a weird item and then teach tech to seniors; the loser reveals his embarrassing digital life to his dad.
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Q, Murr, Sal and Joe kill time in a waiting room by sharing some TMI texts with strangers; they try to sabotage each other at a dating event; the big loser gets a special donation from one of the other Jokers.
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Q, Murr, Joe and Sal get drenched at a water park, and play a wild round of TP basketball at a grocery store; the loser strikes out while jockeying for a ball from New York Mets pitcher Noah Syndergaard.
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Joe, Sal, Murr and Q put the nasty in "namaste" when they lead guided meditations; the big loser gets boxed in with a 24-hour punishment.
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Q, Sal, Joe and Murr act as not-so-handy-men assembling furniture; Thanksgiving comes early for tonight's loser when he must talk turkey at a dating event.
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Q, Sal, Murr and Joe use a two-way mirror to get each other to crack; the loser gets taken for a ride that ends at the Statue of Liberty.
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Q, Sal, Joe and Murr explain why they've been doused with water at the mall; the big loser plays a pirate but won't find any rum in his cup.
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Joe, Sal, Q and Murr cruise the food court sending texts to strangers, then throw caution (and groceries) to the wind; tonight's loser is cast as a genie in a play.
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The jokers trouble art loving patrons at a gallery opening, and pass strange judgment on shoppers at the grocery store.
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The guys try planting kisses on unsuspecting strangers at the mall, then they focus-group their life stories as potential movies.
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The guys take to the ice for a game that puts them on the cutting edge of embarrassment; the guys try to persuade some New Yorkers to support some ridiculous causes.
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The guy's try to justify a soaking wet humiliation, then showcase their event planning company at a wedding expo; tonight's loser finds himself in a compromising position when face-to-face with Danica McKellar.
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The guys go behind the counter of a burger joint to serve up an unhealthy dose of awkwardness; tonight's big loser finds himself trapped inside his own nightmare.
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Sal, Joe, Murr and Q get snap happy posing as photographers; three Jokers are faced with a punishment that's not child's play.
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The Jokers perform unusual methods of DNA testing and get too close for comfort at the grocery store; the big loser cracks under pressure during a presentation at a children's museum.
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Joe, Murr, Q, and Sal have fast fingers at a focus group and leave no cereal box unturned at the grocery store; the big loser opens a can of something fierce at a local donation center.
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Joe, Sal, Q and Murr pose as concierges in a hotel lobby; then try committing insurance fraud with the help of confused strangers; tonight's loser suffers a very personal punishment.
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Q, Sal, Murr, and Joe get their checks bounced by customers who notice unusual charges, then help out coworkers with some peculiar trust exercises; the big loser finds himself balls-deep at a carnival game that's rigged for him to lose.
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Sal, Q, Joe and Murr bus their way through Katz's Deli, then express some unpopular opinions at the park; plus, the big loser must talk his way through some real highs and lows, in a punishment that truly sucks.

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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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