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‘Impractical Jokers’ get ‘Toasted’ on Tru-TV

On last night’s episode of “Impractical Jokers,” the tribute to boys who never grow up, 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. Experience the belly laughs and outrageous stunts from the four guys who fans have come to know and love, but would likely not want to be victims of their stunts. Joe Gatto, Sal Vulcano, Brian “Q” Quinn and James “Murr” Murray were all born without filters and would do just about anything to win a challenge on this episode titled “Toasted.”

Q, Sal, Murr and Joe the Impractical Jokers of Tru-TV

For their first challenge, they were waiters at the Carnegie Deli. Each had to do as the others instructed them through their earpiece as they acted as waiters in the busy landmark deli. Murr was up first and had to switch plates for two customers three times as they looked at him in amazement. As a couple were prepared to order, he had to use the woman’s head to lean on, as he wrote their order on his pad. When it was Joe’s turn, as a crowded table of people was ready to order, one woman who was alone, had to be consistently reminded that she was by herself, even to ask her if she was stood up. When he was taking another order, he had to state the specials using the word tit after each special. He got away with it too! Sal’s stint at the restaurant was made difficult when he had to be an overly sensitive person to a table of people who were nice, but when they spoke to him, he interpreted it as them yelling at him. He then had to leave a note, that he liked them, and asked if they liked him? Then as he took their order, he had to stick his pen up his nose, then leave it there, and put it in his mouth. He failed this one! Next was Q’s turn, but he had a stand-in, Joey Fatone was the substitute player, but if he failed, Q would get the loss. As a woman was halfway done with her food, he had to take her plate away. Joey had to put his hand in the guy’s corned beef. Then Joey had to announce to the entire restaurant that he was Joey Fatone, and he just crapped his pants! He accomplished the task, and Q was safe for now.

The next challenge was a Joker versus Joker challenge, where two had to debate a ridiculous topic and get a person to agree with one side or another. Round 1 was Murr against Sal, as they got a person to listen to their debate as to how each one lost their virginity. Murr lost that one because his did not include a woman. Next was Q versus Joe and their debate was the better way to die. Joe would rather get kicked to death by a giraffe, and Q would go under a mound of celery. Joe won that one and Q lost. So now it was Sal against Joe for the final round, and they found another nice person to settle the debate of who was more powerful Sal said Batman, and Joe thought Jesus. Thank God, Jesus won as did Joe.

Because Sal lost the challenges, he had to read a prepared wedding toast the other Jokers wrote for him. Fortunately, the bride and groom were in on the joke, but their 300 guests were not. The toast was the most inappropriate speech ever; and as the astounded guests were agape at the things that came out of his mouth, he even cited the mother-in-law as the devil and even alluded to having slept with the bride on this politically-incorrect episode of “Impractical Jokers.”

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