Next Episode of Impractical Jokers is
Season 7 / Episode 1 and airs on 02 February 2018 03:00
Four longtime friends take dares to outrageous new levels in truTV's hilarious series Impractical Jokers. Q, Murr, Joe and Sal bravely face some of the most unbelievably awkward and brazen hijinks yet, daring each other with over-the-top challenges that are guaranteed to set a new side-splitting standard.
The guys pose as unreceptive receptionists, then head to a world famous wax museum; tonight's losers are taken on a chopper ride from hell.
Joe, Sal, Murr and Q earn stamps of disapproval while posing as employees at a copy center, then conduct bizarre exit interviews for moviegoers before hitting the streets with some peculiar protests. Later, it's Unhappy Hour for tonight's big loser, as he cuts off paying customers and quickly becomes the least popular guy at the party.
The guys conduct focus groups to sell their illogical inventions created by the other guys, then head to a shoe store where they get off on the wrong foot. And tonight's big loser discovers he's more flight than fight at the zoo.
The guys play a game of copycat at the park while babysitting kids. Then, they hit the supermarket for an epic battle of catch and release, and tonight's loser learns that creeping around the gym is more uncomfortable than working out.
The guys ask strangers to help them bury bizarre items, then try to cling onto strangers' cars, and tonight's big loser makes enemies at an auction house.
The guys pose as cranky NY cab drivers, then solicit undeserved congrats in the park; tonight's loser is sheriff of an old Nevada town.
The guys pose as crummy cashiers at a grocery store and then play with laser pointers at a mall; a loser gets soaked with embarrassment.
Joe, Sal, Murr and Q greet customers at a restaurant while posing as inhospitable hosts, then beg strangers to babysit their grandfathers at the mall. And later, it's a top secret mission as tonight's big loser unknowingly endures the longest punishment in the history of Impractical Jokers.
Joe, Sal, Murr and Q cast each other as helpless oddballs in a waiting room, then head to the grocery store to convince shoppers to give them cash they clearly don't deserve. And later, the feminist movement is set back decades when tonight's big loser poses as an expert on women's issues.
Joe, Sal, Murr and Q make bizarre passes at supermarket shoppers, then pose as roving reporters asking insane questions written by the other guys. And tonight's big loser is the butt of the joke after being prescribed a painfully invasive punishment.
Joe, Sal, Q and Murr hit a bull's-eye while going face-to-face at a clothing store, and then try to undermine each other in a focus group where sabotage is the name of the game. Then, tonight's big loser crashes a classy book reading, and quickly learns that silence is indeed golden.
Murr, Joe, Sal and Q go head-to-head in a focus group, trying to undermine each other at every turn. Then they spread some confusion at a bagel store before heading to the park where they hit all the wrong notes. Finally, tonight's big loser gets hunted down during a truly humiliating walk of shame.
Sal, Q, Murr and Joe take name-calling to new, hilarious heights while playing receptionists. Then the guys hit a pizza shop, begging customers for donations to some half-baked charities. And in tonight's punishment, one Joker loses more than just his dignity when the other three guys give him an epic shave that's too close for comfort.
Joe, Sal, Murr and Q show who's the boss while working the counter at a fast food joint, and then whisper sweet nothings to grocery store customers, looking for a little something in return. Then, tonight's big loser assists a cow in labor, and nearly winds up buying the farm.
The guys bark up the wrong tree at a pet store; tonight's big loser virtually loses his mind after entering a world he's never visited before.
The guys are on the prowl for partners in crime at a supermarket, and then throw caution to the wind as helpless romantics in the park. Later, tonight's big loser adds some pep to an arena football game, treating the crowd to a wardrobe malfunction they'll never forget.
Joe, Q, Sal and Murr spin a wheel and hope for the best while creeping out shoppers at the mall. Then, the guys get what they deserve at a coffee shop, and it all leads to an impromptu punishment that leaves one Joker soaked, enraged, and totally shocked.
Joe, Sal, Q and Murr dress to the nines, but act like zeroes while trying to get sympathy for their problems. Then, a video game focus group goes off the rails, and tonight's big loser faces the music in a tone-deaf punishment that gets lost in translation.
Heckle and Hide: Q, Murr, Sal and Joe ask strangers for a little help with some big items at the grocery store, and share their hot entrepreneurial tips with a group of poor unfortunate souls. Finally, tonight's big loser strikes out while posing as "that dad" at a little league softball game.
The Chairman: The guys shock shoppers by going footloose and fancy-free in a discount store, then pose insane questions to strangers in the park. And tonight's big loser is taken for a wild ride in a tricked-out wheelchair he can't possibly control.
Wrapper's Delight: Murr, Joe, Sal and Q make a mockery of each other while acting as restaurant managers, sing along with strangers trying to name that (made up) tune, and then head to the park for some awkward fun in the sun. Then tonight's big loser gets wrapped up in a birthday surprise that definitely wasn't on his wish list.
The guys go to a supermarket with bells on and try to reminisce with strangers in the park; the three losers are put through an epic trial by fire.
The guys tackle their biggest challenges yet, including two high-stakes live punishments and a four-part obstacle course.
Brian Quinn(Brian Quinn)
James Murray(James Murray)
Sal Vulcano(Sal Vulcano)
Joe Gatto(Joe Gatto)
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