What Happened to the Fourth Impractical Joker?

March 21, 2024

For the past nine seasons, fans have been tuning into Impractical Jokers to watch four friends embarrass themselves in a variety of ways. The series is a less racy and more clean descendant of hidden camera shows like Jackass and became a massive hit from the first episode it aired. It's been so successful that the guys got their own spin-off show called The Misery Index and a movie, which will be out within the next year. It also helped launch careers for Joe, James "Joe" Gatto, Brian "Q" Quinn, and Sal Vulcano, and it brought in a laundry list of celebrity guests to join the fun.

It was revealed in a recent Instagram post that Joe Gatto is stepping away from the show prior to season 10. The comedian shared that it was due to some changes in his personal life and that he's going to focus on spending more time with his kids.

In this episode, the guys dress up as employees at Unique Copy Center, pretend to interview moviegoers, and stand in for some ridiculous protests outside a Staten Island Ferry terminal. Then they head to a brewery where Sal and Q are forced to work as beer and wine vendors and cut “all you can drink" bracelets off people's wrists.

This episode also saw Sal and Q tasked with helping professional jumpers train by having them bike around and over the Nitro Circus track. Sal and Q lose the regular episodes, so they both get a punishment. Then, during the final challenge, Q has to rappel down a building while being confronted by Sloppy Joe, Fat Crow, and the doctor who gave him the prostate exam in revenge for his punishments in previous episodes.

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