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Teams compete against each other by attempting to determine the ranking of hilarious and miserable real-life events - from getting fired to accidentally sexting your grandfather - on a scale of 1-100.

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Biking accident of glacial proportions; a real misery identifies as a wolf; searching for a cellphone on a trash barge.
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A moped crash makes Wile E. Coyote proud; a big family surprise for one Tenderloin; Murr makes a very bad bet; the contestants get super competitive as they battle it out for $30,000.
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After some heated U.K. vs. U.S. banter, Jameela and the Tenderloins find out once and for all which of these great nations is truly the most miserable; Jameela has a big surprise fail for the Tenderloins.
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Joe and Q make love; proving why online dating is dead; surgery leaves a man with a really teeny weenie; two contestants, an office flasher and a clumsy partyer, battle to be masters of misery and win the $30,000 grand prize.
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Why animals should never drive; why Joe thinks the answer is always ISIS; an 'N Sync star makes a surprise appearance.
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They may be senior citizens, but these awesome ladies sure have lived; learning what happens when a young bull charges, and what bodily function made a girl lose 10 years of memories.
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Contestants trash talk the Tenderloins; Sal has a moist moment; giant door-opening python.
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A parachute doesn't open; new parent is a sex doll; Jameela hides behind her podium.
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Horse' the squirrel meets a cataclysmic end; the Tenderloins renew their long standing cat vs. dog fight; one contestant makes waves by revealing who is statistically the best.
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A terrifying Halloween display; contestant with the "body of a superhero"; the dumbest criminals of all time.
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Murr doesn't want to pucker up; Sal would rather have fire ants on his face than have this misery; a bidet victim; someone who showed nudes to their boss.
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Jameela reveals some things one never wants to find in a toilet, Sal shows how to ruin a wedding; a pants-wetter and a forgetful husband battle it out for a chance to win the $30,000 grand prize.
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Joe and Q finally become gentlemen; a little piggy goes to the emergency room; a man rides the elevator from hell; a clumsy paramedic; an accidental sexy text battle.
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"Impractical Jokers" Brian "Q" Quinn, Sal Vulcano, James "Murr" Murray and Joe Gatto are paired with contestants to guess the misery of some hilariously traumatic real-life events for a chance at $30,000; host Jameela Jamil.
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A dumb way to break up with someone; a gross sex dream; a pants-free performer; a vertical face planter.
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Learning the misery of accidental man-boobs, how many jolts of electricity Q can take, and which of the Tenderloins was an accident; the contestants must get over shameful family antics to compete for a chance at a $30,000 grand prize.
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An embarrassing way to ruin a friend's wedding; a dolphin pooping incident; a cell phone rescue scenario in a toilet.
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Learning which books one never wants to hear at bedtime; the most miserable way to get stuck cheating; a flasher and a scorned fiancé compete to see who gets to the final round and a chance at the $30,000 grand prize.
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A Tenderloins' mother comes out to witness a doctor retrieving a live animal from a nose; a fart professional; someone caught before the act.
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A bad wedding officiant and someone who phone-sexed their mom battle it out to see who gets a chance at the $30,000 grand prize.
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Teams compete against each other by attempting to determine the ranking of hilarious and miserable real-life events - from getting fired to accidentally sexting your grandfather - on a scale of 1-100.

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