The guys give some lip to patients in a dentist's office and throw popcorn at moviegoers.
Part 1 of 2. Featured: Season 1 highlights; the jokesters recalling favorite moments; and never-before-seen clips.
The guys try their hands as manicurists in a nail salon, get chummy with patrons in a comic-book store and run races around a grocery store.
Conclusion. Highlights of the first season.
The pranksters prove insensitive while conducting a sensitivity-training class, have surprise celebrity encounters on the street and try being unreceptive receptionists in a busy office.
The pranksters share shameful secrets in the park, don headsets at a fast-food drive-through, and ask unsuspecting strangers to dance.
The pranksters dumbfound focus groups with lackluster inventions, use park-goers as pillows for a nap, and persuade grocery-store shoppers to reconsider their original selections.
The pranksters ask mall shoppers to settle some senseless debates, scream for ice cream in a sweetshop, and protest offbeat causes in a park.
The guys endure a shakedown at a discount store, test fate with the ''Wheel of Doom'' and attempt to become Hibachi chefs.
The pranksters get help from strangers in their quest to find imaginary places. Also: a search for a house sitter.
The pranksters see how far they can go as optometrists, give unsound financial advice and push outlandish political ideas in an attempt to snag votes.
The guys teach a dance class, attempt to sell tickets to Broadway plays and demand a rematch in sudden death debates.
The guys host a taste test with uncomfortable survey questions afterward, negotiate for worthless items at a flea market and work as attendants at a gas station.
The joker's advertise terrible ideas to a bunch of agency professionals, work as custodians at a mall food court and test themselves with the terrifying wheel of doom.
In the Season 2 finale, the pranksters engage in a round of Joker vs. Joker challenges. Later, they read palms and give manicures.
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 guys hug it out with strangers in the park, go head-to-head pitching wacky inventions to confused consumers, and launch a manhunt for their imaginary wives. Share this one proudly.
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 pranksters visit a foot doctor and seek assistance as they bury items in the park. Later, they engage in a race at a supermarket.
The pranksters spotlight the importance of office safety and try online dating using embarrassing profiles.
The pranksters attempt to stifle their laughter during humorous presentations; Q turns the tables when the others gang up on him.
Rosie O'Donnell makes a surprise visit. Also: bowling-alley patrons get pranked; and diners are forced-fed.
Sal, Murr, Q and Joe have dared one another to do the most ridiculous, humiliating public pranks imaginable.
Murr, Joe, Sal and Q get creative with their French fries at the mall food court, and compete to see whose ridiculous invention will win over a focus group. Then, the guys head to the Jersey Shore to serve up some embarrassment at a beachside burger joint.
he guys compete to stay undetected in a high flying challenge, force each other to do absurd tasks at a music store, and try to get a compliment on some not-so stylish outfits.
The guys blindly follow each other's humiliating directions at a water park, compete to sell their ridiculous book ideas, and try to convince unknowing strangers to save their seats in Times Square. Share this one proudly.
The guys revive some classic jokes at their own expense; they go head-to-head debating nonsense in a humiliating elimination challenge.
Joe, Sal, Murr and Q get eaten alive leading a business luncheon, and trip over their own feet selling running shoes. Plus, Murr loses his Mommy and his dignity in a crowded retail store.