On last night’s episode of “Impractical Jokers,” titled “Up Loser's Creek,” Tru-TV states a loud and clear warning that the following program contains scenes of graphic stupidity among four lifelong friends who compete to embarrass each other. Joe Gatto, Sal Vulcano, Brian “Q” Quinn and James “Murr” Murray would do just about anything to win a challenge.
This time the guys are at the Professional Coin Gallery to train telemarketers. The do not know what they will be telling the trainees, because it will be prepared by the other team. The team that gets the most votes wins. First up, Murr & Q who come into the room and has some uncomfortable subjects to explain but received five out of five votes.
When Joe and Sal were up next, they had to impress their group, but they continued to get error messages and cracked up a few times. They received just one vote, and one vote on the loser column.
The next place they appear is in a mall, where a large coy pond display is supposed to be a wishing well. Each one has to tell passers-by their wish that is given to them by the other jokers. Murr lost because he could not tell a woman that he wished the gerbil would just come out. Joe had his turn next, and wished they would not find the hammer, just then an alarm went off, as he scooted away believing they found the hammer.
The last challenge was a Joker versus Joker Challenge, and it was Sal against Q as dream interpreters, and Sal was the big loser.
For his punishment, he had to be a tour guide on a ferry boat, and after his introduction, he told the group, as he read off his notes; he would meet them back on shore, as his punishment was to kayak back to shore where he had a difficult time in the small kayak they gave him on this episode of “Impractical Jokers.”