Welcome to Binge’d, Where we summaries the best tv shows [ofc. no spoils] to binge watch next weekend, This edition it’s Impractical Jokers review, It’s a modern-day, real-life comedy show with has a challenge twist to it. As the legend goes, It’s a show where 4 overgrown kids complete tasks to avoid punishments,

- Did You Know-

Starring :

Joe Gatto
Joe Gatto
Brian Quinn
James Murray
James Murray
Sal Vulcano




” Warning, this show contains scenes of graphic stupidity among four lifelong friends who compete to embarrass each other. Viewer Discretion is advised.

Its a real-time, prank show based on 4 High-school trying to embarrass each other, The lead actors a.k.a the four friends Murr, Joe, Sal & Q have to complete tasks given by the other member/s and or wheel of Doom, And if failed in doing so, Has to suffer from brutal/yucky/body scarring punishments at the end of every episode.

Each of the friend has a distinct personality flaw, Such as Q appears homeless, Murrey looks like a ferret, Joe has practically no shame and Sal’s uncontrollable laughter. The chemistry between the group is awesome and the delivery of the material is always creative. Its like jackass but a cleaner more watchable version.

The show airs on TruTv & is currently on its 7th season. Even if you dont have access to TruTv, you can watch their most funny skits on youtube. Each episode is about 44 minutes long, But doesn’t drag at all. Its a lighthearted show you can watch with your friends or family.

While watching a prank show, the element of cheering for your favorite guy is rare, But it happens here in Impractical Jokers. Sal, Joe, Q & Murr are all very adorable characters and no doubt will leave you entertained.

Here is a montage of some of their funniest skits :

Impractical Jokers Ratings :

Internet Movie DataBase (IMDB.com) seems to love Impractical Jokers. Click on the image below to check out the IMDB Listing for Impractical Jokers :


Rotten Tomatoes has mixed reviews for Impractical Jokers, While the audience loves it, Some critics find it weak and scripted. Read their review below :