Each week on Impractical Jokers, Staten Island natives, enduring friends since high school, and Tenderloin Troupe players Sal, Joe, Murr, and Q, compete to embarrass each other in absurd challenges. From holding dog poop in a public park to being stuffed inside a pinata and hung from a crane, their broad-natured comedy is edgy but not raunchy and always good-natured. After more than twenty-five years and numerous pranks, the members of this crazy quartet still love each other-and love to mess with each other.
Impractical Jokers is the story of the long, enduring, complex relationship of these four best friends who rose from class clowns in an all-boys Catholic high school on Staten Island to professional comedians selling out Radio City Music Hall-and the hilarious situations they stumbled into and out of along the way. The guys offer a behind-the-scenes look at their show, including how they pull off their gags, the embarrassing moments that go on after the cameras stop rolling, and even the pranks that were too wild to air. Sal, Joe, Murr, and Q also teach you how to replicate the fun with your own friends-drawing on their experiences as well as gags resurrected from the writers'-room floor.
Family-friendly and addictively entertaining, Impractical Jokers is the ultimate audiobook for millions of Impractical Jokers fans of all ages-and every joker-in-training.
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About the Author
Joe Gatto, James Murry, Brian Quinn, and Sal Vulcano are the stars of the reality comedy show Impractical Jokers. Best friends since their freshman year in high school, they formed the improvisational comedy troupe called the Tenderloins in 1999. They built their following from long-form improvisation and sketch comedy to filmed sketches on YouTube and eventually won NBC's Your Show competition, earning the $100,000 grand prize that led to their acclaimed TruTV show, now in its fifth season. They live in New York City.
James S. Murray is a writer, executive producer, and actor, best known as "Murr" on the cable television show Impractical Jokers along with his comedy troupe, the Tenderloins. He also serves as the Senior Vice-President of Development for NorthSouth Productions and Owner of Impractical Productions. Originally from Staten Island, he now lives in Manhattan.