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‘Impractical Jokers’ celebrate their ‘Anniversary Edition’ on Tru-TV

The younger version of the Impractical Jokers
The younger version of the Impractical Jokers
"Photo courtesy of Tru-TV, used with permission”

On tonight’s episode of “Impractical Jokers,” 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, on this episode titled “Anniversary Edition,” they recall three years of hilarious stunts.

In the first group of clips featured Sal. First, he was at White Castle singing back each order he received, then when the customer finally had enough, he drove away. In a park, he had to find a woman named Beth, after asking several women, he finally found Beth. In another, he has a fear of cats, and one big black cat jumped out from a closet and chased after him, at the three others cracked up laughing.

Next, Murr was featured as a waiter, serving hot coffee, but as a kind gesture, he blew on it to cool it off. Then he had to leer at a guy, but it backfired when the guy leered back, and it became a stare down contest. Murr was washing cars and had to tuck a towel in his pants and dry hump a car as he wiped it, and attracting enough attention for people nearby to take a shot of it with their cell phones. As a hibachi chef, Murr was hideous as he prepared to make food. The customers were not thrilled with his antics, until he mentioned that the bank foreclosed on his condo, then he told them he was rear ended in traffic the other day, but it was a good thing he was not in his car.

At a dance studio, Joe was teaching hip hop dancing, as Sal was crying and laughing at the same time. Joe was in the park getting signatures for different causes and talks to pretty girls to get their signatures for outrageous causes, that nobody ever heard of. While selling hotdogs in the park, Joe described bodily functions using the hotdogs.

As Q was emceeing a fashion show, the first one came out with a tee shirt that called her a biotch. The next guy came out with a hospital gown, open in the back as usual, then a headless axe murderess as the people sat there in wonder, as to what subsequently would come out from behind the curtain. In the park, Q interrupted a man listening to his headphones to ask to borrow his phone, but the words he had to say, had the guy walking away in a hurry. In a supermarket, Q had to remove his boots and leave them in someone’s cart. Later when the woman’s husband came by and noticed them, he had to call them wise guys and tell them to stop stealing his boots. Then he had to lay on the floor, face down while people looked in amazement. When he turned over, someone asked him if he was alright, and he stated he was just chillin’ as they walked away laughing on this crazy episode of “Impractical Jokers.”