Toasted is the sixth episode of Season Three of Impractical Jokers and the fifty-first episode overall. It aired on February 6, 2014 and it had a total of 1.39 million U.S. viewers. This is the first marriage-related episode, besides the last two episodes Just Say No and Brother-in-Loss.


The guys work as waiters at a deli and ask strangers for help settling ridiculous debates. Joey Fatone makes a guest appearance, standing in for Q during the waiter challenge.


Waiter Minute

Goal: Do and say what you're told.
Loser: Sal. He would not put a pen in his mouth after it went up his nose.

The jokers had to do and say what they were told as waiters and if they refused, they lost. Guest star Joey Fatone filled in for Q and won the challenge for Q. This is the first and only time a guest star competed in a challenge. James "Murr" Murray and Joe also won.

Debate & Switch

Goal: Convince a customer to take your side.
Loser: Sal, Murr, and Q

The jokers debated head-to-head and the two debate winners have a face-off challenge. The first debate was Sal vs Murr, the second one was Q vs Joe and the final one was Sal vs Joe. Sal and Murr debated on who had the more embarrassing way to lose their virginity, Joe and Q debated on which is a cooler way to die, and Joe and Sal debated on whether Batman or Jesus was more powerful.


Loser: Sal
Punishment: Sal lost the episode and must deliver a wedding speech written by the other guys. The bride and groom are in on the joke and are Impractical Jokers fans, but the guests have no idea what's going on. Many of them beg to get Sal out of the wedding.