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Q, Murr, Sal, and Joe provide a false sense of security to some sassy shoppers at a drug store, and the competition reaches new heights during a rematch of their balloon challenge in the grocery store. And tonight the guys laugh and cry their way through the first ever permanent punishment!
The episode was rated 8,31 from 311 votes.
Q, Joe, Murr, and Sal find scandalous diary entries written by their "daughters", and then break up with significant others in front of baffled strangers. The loser finds himself in hot water and on shaky ground while waiting tables.
The episode was rated 8,30 from 107 votes.
The guys swipe food off other people's plates at a buffet, tutor students in a foreign language they don't speak, and try to start a dance party in a public park.
The episode was rated 8,24 from 491 votes.
The guys lose sight of social etiquette with strangers in the park, present disastrous timeshare opportunities to future vacationers, and get sneaky with people's pockets in the grocery store.
The episode was rated 8,23 from 339 votes.
Rosie O'Donnell makes a surprise visit. Also: bowling-alley patrons get pranked; and diners are forced-fed.
The episode was rated 8,22 from 319 votes.
Joe, Sal, Q, and Murr paint themselves into a corner teaching an art class, face the dartboard of destiny at a local bar, and tonight's loser stresses out over a Joker home invasion.
The episode was rated 8,21 from 318 votes.
It's spa day for the Jokers; Sal reveals his secret identity; surprised strangers wish they could have their penny back for sharing their thoughts; the big loser finds himself a little over dressed.
The episode was rated 8,20 from 286 votes.
The guys cannonball into an uncomfortable poolside encounter, and convince strangers to press send on their absurd e-mails. Later, tonight's loser presents a shocking senior citizen initiative to a community planning board.
The episode was rated 8,18 from 279 votes.
Murr, Joe, Sal and Q have fast fingers at a focus group and leave no cereal box unturned at a grocery store. Tonight's big loser opens a can of something fierce at a local donation center.
The episode was rated 8,18 from 185 votes.
The pranksters tee it up as golf instructors; line up investors as Broadway producers; and play cat-and-mouse with customers at a pet store.
The episode was rated 8,18 from 366 votes.
Joe, Sal, Q, and Murr take to the court to serve up some seriously personal tennis lessons, and then head to the park for a bewildering game of Now! And tonight's loser must put his face through the ultimate test during a food presentation!
The episode was rated 8,18 from 267 votes.
The guys compete in another game of "Put-Pocket" at the grocery store, and at the park the guys take over each other's cell phones.
The episode was rated 8,18 from 330 votes.
The pranksters raise dough for unusual charities at a donut shop, interrupt some fed-up diners mid-meal in a Chinese restaurant and provide shoppers with unsolicited advice at a mall.
The episode was rated 8,16 from 340 votes.
Sal, Murr, Q and Joe have dared one another to do the most ridiculous, humiliating public pranks imaginable.
The episode was rated 8,14 from 288 votes.
The guys revive some classic jokes at their own expense; they go head-to-head debating nonsense in a humiliating elimination challenge.
The episode was rated 8,14 from 325 votes.
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