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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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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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Q, Sal, Joe, and Murr play a game of tag at a coffee shop, then convince shoppers to deliver sketchy messages at the grocery store; the big loser may lose his mind in the show's first-ever non-punishment punishment.
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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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Joe, Q, Sal and Murr go incognito to fool unsuspecting strangers, pop in for a coffee just in time to miss out on a big prize, and the big loser has a rotten punishment.
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Murr, Joe, Q and Sal are a little too generous with fellow shoppers at the market, then ask strangers to help them out of a texting jam. Plus, the big loser fights his way - repeatedly - to the best seat in the house.
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Joe, Murr, Q, and Sal send blood pressure rates sky-high while posing as nurses, then they stroll through the store with their wives; the big loser wishes he could check out early at a pop-up fashion show.
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The Jokers pose as dental assistants where the laughing gas flows freely; making headlines for all the wrong reasons; they get burned giving some campfire tips; the big loser scores a hole in none on the links.
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Q, Murr, Joe and Sal offer up peculiar specials at a steakhouse and get creepy while helping to clean a prop house; the big loser realizes he may need his own lifeguard after making waves at the pool.
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Sal, Joe, Murr and Q try to hold it together as receptionists checking in some strange characters; they offer up odd rewards to helpful strangers, and the big loser gets the stuffing squished out of him at the mall.
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Q, Murr, Joe and Sal eavesdrop on strangers' conversations; the big loser gives out a single business card at a networking event.
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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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Sal, Q, Joe, and Murr are at Universal Studios in Hollywood, Calif.; they serve up ridiculous surveys, then make things awkward while posing as maintenance workers; the big loser can't catch a break, no matter how many times he tries.
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Q, Joe, Sal, and Murr one-up each other while trying not to laugh; they team up for a lunch that's for the birds; the big loser hits the Broadway stage where he's treated to a classic New York welcome by an agitated crowd.
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Murr, Q, Joe, and Sal participate in a fake documentary, then find themselves in the middle of a marshmallow-throwing contest; the big loser cannot find customers' dinner reservations.
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Sal, Murr, Joe, and Q play matchmakers at the food court; the Jokers pose as architects, sharing some perplexing new building technology; the night's big loser makes a connection while networking -- and won't let go.
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Q, Sal, Murr and Joe mean no disrespect to patrons at a food court, then cut to the chase while posing as tailors. Later, strangers pick sides in a wild debate, and tonight's big loser takes the cake with his crumby punishment.
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Sal, Murr, Joe, and Q pull desk duty; the Jokers bar strangers from the bathroom; the big loser learns the hard way that gratuity is not included.
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Q, Joe, Sal, and Murr get tech help from some confused tutors; they play hot potato in a shoe store; the big loser wishes he could press escape during a brutal coffee shop punishment.
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Murr, Sal, Joe, and Q take some customers for a wild ride, and things get messy when they ask fellow shoppers for a hand; the big losers suffer a monster punishment that leaves them crushed.
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The guys try and work out the kinks as physical therapists; pitching some way out-of-the-box ideas for TV hosts; the big loser gets rolled over by some speedy ladies.
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The guys rely on the kindness of strangers to help answer some awkward questions; the guys go looking for love in the park; the big loser strikes out amongst baseball fans with an assist from former MLB baseball player Tino Martinez.

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