Impractical Jokers Wiki

Impractical Jokers is an American hidden camera joke reality series that premiered on  on December 15, 2011, and is produced by  Productions. It follows Joseph "Joe" Gatto, James "Murr" Murray, Brian "Q" Quinn, and Salvatore "Prince Herb" Vulcano, the four members of the comedy troupe The Tenderloins, as they coerce one another into doing public pranks while being filmed by hidden cameras. The show differs from other prank television programs as the stars of ''Impractical Jokers'' do not know the details of the prank until the moment they are performing it on strangers.

The show is currently in its ninth season, which premiered on February 4, 2021. It was also announced that the Jokers had signed a multimedia deal with WarnerMedia. On the same day that Season Nine premiered, truTV renewed the Impractical Jokers for a tenth season. A feature-length film began production in April 2018 and was theatrically released on February 21, 2020.


Main cast

Guest Stars

List of Episodes

Season 1

Main Article: Season One

Season One of Impractical Jokers premiered on December 15, 2011, with "Pay It Forward" and "Butterfly Crime Scene" and ended on May 3, 2012, with "Supercuts".

Season 2

Main Article: Season Two

Season Two premiered on September 6, 2012, with "Elephant in the Room" and ended on December 12, 2013, with "Trouble Shoot".

Season 3

Main Article: Season Three

Season Three premiered on January 2, 2014, with "Look Out Below" and ended on October 30, 2014, with "Brother-in-Loss".

Season 4

Main Article: Season Four

Season Four premiered on January 29, 2015, with "Welcome to Miami" and ended on October 22, 2015, with "Doomed".

Season 5

Main Article: Season Five

Season Five premiered on February 11, 2016, with "HellCopter" and ended on November 3, 2016, with "Nitro Circus Spectacular".

Season 6

Main Article: Season Six

Season Six premiered on February 9, 2017, with "Swim Shady" and ended on November 2, 2017, with "G.I. Jokers".

Season 7

Main Article: Season Seven

Season Seven premiered on February 1, 2018, with "The Marathon Man" and ended on December 6, 2018, with "Staten Island Holiday Spectacular".

Season 8

Main Article: Season Eight

Season Eight premiered on March 28, 2019, with "Crash Test Dummies" and ended in , with "Slam Dunks".

Season 9

Main Article: Season Nine

Season Nine premiered on February 4, 2021, with "You Dirty Dog".

Spin-off Series

Impractical Jokers: Inside Jokes 2016-present

Impractical Jokers: Inside Jokes is a spin-off of Impractical Jokers in which episodes that have already aired are shown again with pop-up facts throughout, including behind-the-scenes stories and facts directly from the Jokers. The first episode of Impractical Jokers: Inside Jokes aired on July 14, 2016, following the mid-season premiere of Impractical Jokers British Invasion.

Impractical Jokers: After Party 2017-present

Impractical Jokers: After Party is a spin-off of Impractical Jokers, hosted by Joey Fatone, in which the Jokers and surprise guests go through a deep dive of challenges, special play-by-play punishment analysis from the latest episode, and bonus content from the latest episode or the whole show. The first episode of the series aired on August 3, 2017, after the episode "The Q-Pay" had aired.

Jokers Wild 2014-2014

Jokers Wild was a spin-off of Impractical Jokers which included all four Jokers hosting a reflections show in a built studio in front of an audience. The Jokers would reminisce about their friendship and past and perform skits in the form of reflections of random comedy. A few reoccurring skits and segments were Interview with an Uncle feat. Sal and his niece and Mail feat. new mailmen every episode. The series was canceled after one season, airing in 2014 with 4 episodes.

Impractical Jokers: Dinner Party 2020

Impractical Jokers: Dinner Party is a spin-off of Impractical Jokers. The Jokers all host dinner and talk about the show and things that happen to them in their daily lives, since none of them can see each other due to COVID-19.


As of March 12, 2020, thirty-five specials of Impractical Jokers have aired. These episodes have aired alongside or after a season has finished airing.

No. Title Airdate Viewers (in millions) Notes
1 "Joker's Choice" February 2, 2012 1.30
2 "Inside Jokes" May 8, 2014 N/A 1 hour special
3 "Happy Father's Day" June 15, 2014 0.77 this episode is in honor of Joe's Dad
4 "Practically Live" March 26, 2015 0.98 1 hour special
5 "Funny 'Cause It Hurts" April 30, 2015 0.75
6 "Anatomy of a Challenge" August 31, 2015 0.82
7 "Unseen Scenes" September 1, 2015 0.56 features never-before-seen footage
8 "Fan-tastic Countdown" September 2, 2015 0.90 countdown of the Joker's favorite moments
9 "One Night Stand Up" October 1, 2015 0.61 90-minute special
10 "Impractical Jokers' Joker Bowl:

The Pros Weigh In"

February 4, 2016 N/A
11 "NCAA March Madness Showdown" March 13, 2016 0.65
12 "All Aboard" May 19, 2016 0.74
13 "British Invasion" July 14, 2016 1.15
14 "One Night at the Grand" September 1, 2016 0.56
15 "Fantastic Access" September 8, 2016 0.67
16 "A Day in the Life" October 31, 2016 0.49
17 "NCAA March Madness Bracket Attack " March 12, 2017 0.52
18 "After Party" May 11, 2017 0.64
19 "The Murray Jury" October 26, 2017 0.69
20 "Sizing Up Sal" October 26, 2017 0.64
21 "Judging Joe" October 26, 2017 0.62
22 "Critiquing Q" October 26, 2017 0.58
23 "Punishment Countdown" November 2, 2017 0.63
24 "Humiliation for the Holidays " November 24, 2017 0.44
25 "The Joker Games" February 22, 2018 0.54
26 "NCAA March Madness Breakdown" March 8, 2018 0.54
27 "Spring Break Countdown" April 5, 2018 0.52
28 "Joker for a Day" May 3, 2018 0.65
29 "Hits, Errors, and Balls!" October 4, 2018 0.48
30 "Fantasy Draft" March 14, 2019 0.29
31 "Summer Vacation" May 16, 2019 0.38
32 "Joker for a Day: Part 2 October 31, 2019 0.37
33 "Impractical Jokers: The First Hundred" February 13, 2020 0.58
34 "Impractical Jokers:The First Hundred" February 13, 2020 0.60
35 "Slam Dunks" March 12, 2020 TBA


  • The show was originally called Mission: Uncomfortable.
  • The show originally was to air on Spike TV but it got turned down.