The Official Impractical Jokers Podcast
Summary: It's the official podcast of the hit truTV series "Impractical Jokers." Each week, IJ producers Casey Jost and James McCarthy chat with the show's crew, fans, and, on occasion, Q, Murr, Sal and Joe themselves. New episodes publish every Friday.
Sal Vulcano plays "Love It/Hate It" with Casey. Jokers director Andrew Hood reveals the secrets to filming with hidden cameras. And show security supervisor Darren Robinson explains why he's never stopped Joe from hitting Sal.
Joe Gatto makes his first podcast appearance of the season. Plus, is Q really related to Jimmy Fallon? We've got an announcement about an Impractical Jokers exhibit coming to the Staten Island Museum. And find out the inside story on the first time a Joker was physically attacked on set.
Murr stops by the podcast to reveal what Casey and James are secretly writing in their notes. Plus, producer John Szeluga tells his infamous snake story.
Casey and James give an insiders' report on what's new in JokersLand since the end of last season, including a successful cruise and a sold-out show at Madison Square Garden. Plus, art director Christine Morris comes by to reveal why breast milk and live chickens are the most problematic props she has to find for the show.
It's an end-of-season Joker Spectacular! This week, the podcast welcomes crew members and producers to discuss their favorite moments and memories from the year.
Impractical Jokers insurance broker Marsha Ballard calls in to discuss what she can...and can't...allow the guys to do on-air. And James reveals the towns in New Jersey that refused to be part of Q's punishment.
Murr and Joe stop by to discuss Chrissy Teigen's Jokers tweet, stealing clothes from the set and the failure of Casey and James to create a decent PowerPoint presentation. Plus, the show's make-up artist, Lillybeth Gonzalez, talks about secretly transporting Q's wig on the subway.
Which Joker finally, after 150 episodes, got slapped for his behavior? Why is the show shot out of order? And which Joker orifice might be the next to house a microphone? Plus, Joe Gatto explains how the show got New York Mets pitcher Noah Syndergaard to help deliver Joe's most humiliating punishment yet.
This week, Charlie DeBevoise, owner of NorthSouth, the company that produces Impractical Jokers. Charlie's been with IJ since way before Day 1, hiring Murr for his first TV executive job. What potential did he possibly see in the young James Murray? Charlie also talks about the surprising first gift he ever bought for the guys, as a warning about the perils of success and how a bicycle delivery guy clued him into Jokers' early popularity.
Impractical Jokers Executive Producer Pete McPartland visits the podcast this week to talk about what it's like to be in charge of the funniest show on TV.
Producers Joe, Megan and John return to the podcast to discuss how to get a job on Impractical Jokers, the show's Secret Santa rules and how Q missed out on an easy $500.
Show producers Joe Imburgio, John Szeluga and Megan Rico visit the podcast to discuss this week's episode. Find out which Joker's sibling is the inspiration for the Sister Tracker Spy Kit, who the erotic voice is behind the Sexy Beasts commercial and what happened to the woman in the food court who screamed at Sal to "mind your own business!"
Impractical Jokers executive producer Simmy Kustanowitz is our guest this week, discussing his low opinion of Sal's t-shirts, meeting Murr for the first time, and the origin of the name, "Simmy Cantstandyourbitz."
We're recording live from San Diego, where the Jokers hosted a little block for 16,500 rabid fans at Petco Park! Murr, Q and Sal join the podcast, which also features SNL writer Nick Kocher.
Broadway star Chris O'Neill (Book of Mormon) stops by to reveal how he came to play a role in this week's "Joe as a purple genie" punishment. Plus, if Joe, Sal, Murr and Q were star musicians, who would they be?