Meet Sal, Joe, Q, and Murr, four longtime friends who star in the hit hidden camera show Impractical Jokers. In each episode, they compete to embarrass each other in a series of hilariously humiliating challenges and outrageous dares, all to the amusement and consternation of the general public.
1. Paradise Lost
Sal, Murr, Joe and Q say "aloha" in a fun Hawaiian episode! The future looks hazy when the guys pose as fortune tellers and practice indecent proposals at a romantic waterfall. Plus, it's blood in the water for the big loser.
Joe, Sal, Murr and Q put the nasty in "namaste" when they lead guided meditations that leave their victims with a lot to think about. And the big loser gets boxed in with the very first 24-hour punishment.
Q, Murr, Sal and Joe share some TMI texts with strangers, then try to sabotage each other at a dating event. And the loser gets a special donation from one of the other guys - that he must sport for the rest of the season.
Q, Sal, Joe and Murr must explain why they've suddenly been doused with water while working at the mall. Plus, the big loser gets decked out as a pirate but won't find any rum in his cup as he entertains kids set on mutiny.
Murr, Sal, Joe and Q beg shoppers to hold on to a weird item for them, then help teach tech to senior citizens. Plus, after a successful secret pact, the loser reveals his embarrassing digital life to his own father.
It's all play and no work when Sal, Murr, Q and Joe square off in a toy-pitching competition. And the big loser nearly gets the shush beat out of him while trying to quiet down patrons in the food court.
Joe, Murr, Sal and Q take time to smell the roses, while strangers wonder what stinks. Later, the guys pair up to double dip, and the loser goes underground to save his family but ends up battling an undead enemy.
Q, Murr, Joe and Sal get drenched at a water park, then play a wild round of TP basketball at the grocery store. Plus, the loser strikes out while jockeying for a ball from New York Mets pitcher Noah Syndergaard.
Joe, Sal, Q and Murr dodge shakedowns with the help of some strangers, then get handsy in a parking lot. A clip bait battle goes down in the park, and the loser has a run-in at a party that leaves him down for the count.
Sal, Murr, Joe and Q survey employees with questions that aren't HR friendly, then get their heads stuck in the clouds. Plus, the loser unveils a spectacular mural in a small town whose residents react with big city rage.
Joey Fatone shares his favorite punishments from Season 6 of Impractical Jokers. Relive these unforgettable moments and catch insider info when some friends of the show stop by. Plus, find out the fan favorite punishment!
Sal, Joe, Murr and Q share some (mis)information on aviation, then brag about their lack of accomplishments. Plus, three brave vets get their own permanent punishments, and an epic double punishment goes up in flames!
I really like this show and that's not what I'm reviewing. Amazon Video splits the seasons in half and sells them each for $20. So essentially it's $40 for one season to stream but only $14 for the whole season on DVD. I get that there's a convenience factor with streaming so it's expected to be more expensive. But almost triple the cost on DVD? It's a little outrageous.
Funny as always, but they need to lose the impractical insider part of the show; it takes away from the actual show and I am growing tired of that segment, which eventually (I believe) will lead to the shows downfall. I have been watching the show since season 2 or 3, and the insider takes away from the guys time; in other words, there are less "impractical jokes" being done. Eventually this( impractical insider) will cause myself and my husband to lose interest, and probably other viewers too. It just takes time away from the segments so now there are less, and really, we just shut it off after the punishment because we do not need the commentary.
better punishments this year. i very much enjoyed seeing a grown man get beat up by a woman & i died laughing at most of the others as well. alot of the previous ones were just so awkward, they weren't even funny and they were too painful to watch, almost like watching a trainwreck that also kills cute little puppies on the tracks. my only complaint is some of their newer things are more painful to watch than funny. the 100$ gift card scenes are just flat out painful, the waiting room texting disinterests me entirely. i almost fell asleep at those. but overall, the show doesn't miss too many strides and it is a pleasure to watch as i end up uncontrollably laughing almost every time.
Another great season! This show makes me so happy! I watch it after tough days at work! I only wish they would do away with the impractical Insider bit, or sell it as a special on Google play like the other stuff. This is filler for the end of the show, I like to watch the pranks more. :)
This season starts out STRONG. The first few episodes are absolutely hilarous. Episode 1 is very entertaining, and episode 2 had me laughing out loud. However, around episode 8 or so, it does start to slow down a bit, and the final episode is just too over-the-top to enjoy. I really wish they wouldnt end the seasons with these over the top and hard to believe extravagant spectacles.
Overall, a very strong season, ESPECIALLY the first half of it.