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Season 1, Episode 1December 15, 2011Four prank-loving friends compete in extremely awkward social experiments in this hidden-camera series.
In the premiere episode, they cook up fun at a burger joint, scam some Times Square tourists and concoct a little something for customers at a warehouse store.
Tour." In honor of their fresh shenanigans, we've pulled together our four favorite bits from "Impractical Jokers." The Permanent Punishment: After Murr, Q and Sal all took a loss, Joe decided that the appropriate way to teach them a lesson was for them all to get tattoos. It's painfully hilarious to watch the guys grapple with the fact that they now have a skydiving ferret (that's Murr), a declaration of his singlehood (Q) and for some odd reason, Jaden Smith (Sal) on themselves and that ink is not coming off any time soon.
Supermarket Balloon Assault: This one's almost dangerous, because it's not only funny but also feasible, making you start to think you should try it yourself sometime.
It's a good time to be a fan of "Impractical Jokers." Not only are Joe Gatto, James "Murr" Murray, Brian "Q" Quinn and Sal Vulcano returning with the fourth season of their TV show on Thursday, but they are also traveling the country as The Tenderloins with their all-new "Where's Larry?On May 12, 2017, Tru TV renewed Impractical Jokers for a seventh season, expected to air in 2018.The Jokers pretend to be eccentric White Castle cashiers, gather signatures in Union Square for causes the other Jokers have written for them, answer tourist questions in Times Square, and act as Costco store employees.Season 1, Episode 4December 29, 2011The guys draw on their skills as caricaturists at the mall, exhibit unusual living habits as they interview prospective roommates, and cross the line when they cut into a queue for Broadway tickets in Times Square.Season 1, Episode 5December 31, 2011The guys try out embarrassing one-liners on strangers in New York City, play a unique word game with grocery-store shoppers, and try to persuade customers at a dealership to jump into the trunk of a car.