The Jokers lack customer service shugs as bumbling bellhops, pitch strange inventions to a confused focus group, and serve lunch with a side of awkward when they man a hot dog stand. The guys reach high to surprise tonight's big loser.
The guys strike the wrong chord as music instructors and try to save face in a humiliating focus group face-off.
The guys call it quits with a cringe-worthy public announcement, and act as dinosaur experts with preposterous prehistoric lessons.
The guys fumble through a grocery store and re-gift the weird contents of a mystery bag.
The guys meet to talk about their favorite moments; the most uncomfortable, most embarrassing, most humiliating and most outrageous.
Joe, Murr, Sal and Q serve up tasks as deli waiters; deli customers are asked to settle debates; an embarrassing toast leaves everyone speechless.
The guys look for love at a singles' event; a storybook ending becomes a humiliating sob story.
The guys talk about their favorite moments during the show.
The guys head to the Lone Star State where they whip up trouble teaching cowboy shugs on a ranch, and forget their southern hospitality trying to sell western wear.
The guys give a taste of their awkward customer service at a liquor store, take tickets of humiliation at a deli counter, and try to get signatures to recognize phony holidays.
The guys try to warm up to strangers at a ski lodge; the loser is the surprise entertainer at the wrong party.
The guy's celebrate three years of embarrassing each other; some bonus footage of the guy's favorite moments.
The guys try to keep a straight face as the other Jokers act out bizarre scenes; the guys try to get an embarrassing word in edgewise with strangers at the park.
Serving guests at a sub shop; using memory to get through a series of commands; the loser experiences the painful pangs of parenthood.
The guys push all the wrong buttons at a video game store, try to rope rock climbers into repeating a bizarre word and give away tickets to a flop of a show.
The guys try to reach out and touch people at the mall with anything but their hands; the guys must quit their jobs in front of a crowd.
The guys discuss ticks, tricks, and antics; the best bloopers.
The guy's share secrets with shoppers; the guy's get creative in an art store; the big loser heads to the airport with a travel itinerary that would make anyone nauseous.
The guys get themselves into some hairy predicaments at the beauty supply store; a language barrier adds to the awkwardness during a text message challenge in Times Square.
The guys pitch fabulous and tasty mascot ideas to diehard baseball fans. Then, Joe and Q, break-it-down old-school-style at the mall. And finally, Sal and Murr face-off in a challenge that literally proves neither is book smart.
The guys spread the love in a bridal dress shop; then attempt to sway focus groups with fragrance campaigns that truly stink; the big loser wonders if he's too old to get a visit from the tooth fairy.
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 clock is ticking during a time sensitive challenge in the park; tonight's big loser thinks he can sing and dance his way out of his punishment.
The Jokers make some tough calls at a telemarketing agency that leave everyone wondering if they're just phoning it in. Then the guys' intentions get wishy-washy at a fountain in the mall. Plus, Q and Sal tap into their spiritual side when they catch some dreams down at the shore. And the big loser of the night has his tour dampened by the other Jokers.
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!.
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 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.
It's foul play when the guys work stadium security! Then, the guys contaminate evidence during a crime scene investigation class. Plus, tonight's loser develops multiple personality disorder when opening for Legends in Concert.
Joe, Sal, Q, and Murr ham it up behind the counter of a famous NYC deli, and head to Union Square where they break the ice with bizarre behavior while selling popsicles. And tonight's loser wishes Bingo wasn't his name-o in a humiliating and cringe-worthy punishment.
Sal, Q and Murr all head off to a casino in order to try their luck at being Blackjack dealers. They form a team to play a complicated guessing game in a park as well as polishing some strangers shoes to a less than sparkling shine. The loser of tonights show gets to take a beating on the Cyclone game at Brooklyn however theres a twist: a mysterious lover delivers the blows.
Sal, Q and Murr are sent to some employers this episodes and get cheeky whilst explaining their uninspired resumes as they try to gain a job working at a mobile phone shop. Following this they head off to the ferry as they pile on bizzare gesture after bizarre gesture on top of one another. The loser tonight witnesses an unholy matrimony.