He must close their laptops for no reason until the others allow him to stop. With the third season renewal, a 6-episode spinoff series was also announced: Jokers After Party. He must then do and say what he is told by the other Jokers. Joker challenge, selling fake tickets. Then, he'll have to take on the wrath of the crowd and the proposer.
Losing Joker s : Joe and Murr Punishment: For the 8th double punishment, the jokers travel to in , where Joe and Murr are set up to become goalies at a soccer or football game, though they're actually merely target practice for professional soccer players. Punishment: Joe is sent on a small treasure hunt looking for clues. Punishment: Joe must announce to everybody at a public swimming pool, that he is currently urinating in the pool. Punishment: Q's is put to the test when he has several tarantulas placed on him while strapped down to a board. When Michael announces he will not let Flaunt perform this year, fireworks erupt among Angie and the girls. Every incorrect answer moves them closer to the edge, and three incorrect answers forces them to jump into the water. The show's 28-episode second season premiered on December 13, 2012.
The last item is supposedly his tires, and he must let them go. Punishment: Dressed in his centaur costume from a previous punishment, with deer antlers added, Murr must survive a five-mile jog to his parents' house while the other Jokers are hunting for him. Punishment: Joe is forced to portray a genie in a play; however, the guys control his harness, so they kept swinging Joe into the props and set pieces the entire time. Punishment: Murr is chained to a park bench and is forced to endure whatever punishments the other Jokers send to him, such as being doused in maple syrup and feathered, getting hit by tennis balls, having a wood chipper pointed at him, and spit-out fruits and vegetables. Punishment: Q is forced to spend a single day locked in a den at the zoo where he experiences life inside a zoo, with his only companion being a baby. Punishment: Sal and Murr compete in a monster truck jam to see whose prized possession will be crushed by the other guys. Punishment: Joe interviews a thug-like motorcycling club with ridiculous questions that were written by the other Jokers.
Punishment: Q poses as a volunteer at Long Island Cares, gathering food and donating it to the needy where he must eat any fresh food item that he is told to in front of other volunteers. The catch is the other guys provide an awkward caption that has to go along with the photo, and if you lose you not only get a loss, but you also have to post an embarrassing selfie using that same caption. The elevator is controlled by his friends. Sal must say that those predictions are correct. At the end of every episode, the largest loser has to sustain a penalty of impressive percentages. Q putting whipped cream on the shopping cart S3E04 5.
The day of his punishment, he must walk around showing off his chest. Punishment: Q poses as the lead scientist for the made-up science company Quinndustries and goes through a presentation on their achievements before announcing they have successfully completed the first cloning operation. Q is the only one to make it across the whole rope, making him the winner. The challenges include participating in a focus group, competing to have their baseball team mascots approved, settling a dancing debate in the mall, and presenting their ridiculous book ideas. Punishment: During the final challenge, believing that Murr would never tell an elderly couple that they remember the Alamo, Q takes a loss on the whole episode in a bet and loses. Three correct answers ends the punishment; Murr winds up having both nipples and his belly button pierced. Now, an actual psychic named Jesse Bravo is predicting Sal's life from the other jokers most of it didn't actually happen.
Included are never-before-seen clips and exclusive behind-the-scenes footage. While Murr sighs in relief, Joe throws the real blankie into the fire anyway. Joker challenge telling strangers their humiliating thoughts. Right as he is about to be removed from the playing area by security, Q successfully finds the kid and the punishment ends. Later, they head to the park taking photos of strangers and asking permission to post them on the guys' personal account. Eventually an annoyed Pena and DeRosa join in to help Joe complete the punishment just to get him to leave. Punishment: Murr takes a exam administered by that consists of asking Murr personal and humiliating questions in front of students at their old high school.
They make the pool deck their own playground, and team up to give out misinformation as entertainment directors. Punishment: As a result of Joe taking the loss on the whole episode, he has to allow strangers to do as they please to his face while trapped in stocks. Later, they get strangers to approve some strange e-mails written by the other guys. Impractical Jokers premiered in December of 2011 on the TruTv network. Punishment: In revenge for Q's photography punishment in the previous season, Murr has to explain some off-color art pieces the other guys have created for him to a roomful of art fanatics. However, after Q gets the backpack, the other Jokers reveal that the backpack isn't even his. Punishment: Murr has to play dodgeball alone against a professional team, while one eye is blindfolded and one hand is covered by an oven mitt, and the punishment does not end until he manages to get a player out.
Punishment: Q must pick his nose on the jumbo screen in front of a live audience of baseball stadium spectators. Punishment: Joe must walk his dog while wearing a variety of different humiliating outfits, such as a bee, a cowboy with exposed buttcheeks, and a bride in a wedding dress, until someone comments that he is cuter than his dog. Punishment: In a surprise punishment, Murr enters a car to drive to what he thinks is a challenge but it turns out to be Murr taking a bumpy ride on a boat dressed as the Statue of Liberty. The punishment is that Murr's apartment is a rental, and, unlike past punishments, Murr does not get reimbursed for any of the items that Jake wins, including the shower heads, the front door handle, all of the bedding, and his Georgetown diploma. The guys serve up pints of awkwardness at a pub, try to sell ridiculous theatre tickets in the West End, team up to work at a fish and chips shop, and use their infamous bullhorns that are controlled by the other guys.
Punishment: After a successful secret pact goes off without a hitch, Murr's turn is turned into an impromptu punishment; he has to show his father on the computer what is on his cellphone such as embarrassing videos, pictures, etc. Each joker receives a score based on the success of his stunt, and the one who winds up with the lowest score is forced to perform an even more difficult or embarrassing task. However, about a day later, Murr revealed that his actual, real blankie was on his chair at home and Joe used another decoy to trick him. Punishment: Joe and Murr stand in front of hundreds of strangers and must get a high-five, but for every high-five they don't get, they have to remove an article of clothing, and the punishment doesn't end until one of them is naked. As Q was injured during the guys' training sessions with Travis Pastrana, he was not cleared by doctors to compete in the actual obstacle course and chose Joey Fatone to perform in his place again.