Impractical Jokers is a hidden camera reality game show consisting of four best friends who grew up together over the years. The show was first premiered on December 15, 2011 on truTV. These group of guys are full of wise cracks as they continuously make fun of each other. Not only do they joke around for the entertainment pleasure, but they also make each other complete embarrassing stunts that they must finish in order to not be crowned the “Loser.”
When a specific jokester is crowned the loser, they are then subjected to some sort of “Punishment.” These stunts or “Challenges” are acted upon in front of the general public. I guess that’s what makes it so embarrassing! These guys spend so much time together that fans wonder, do these four best friends have someone special in their lives? We’re talking about: Joseph “Joe” Gatto, James “Murr” Murray, Brian “Q” Quinn and Salvatore “Sal” Vulcano. Their motto, “If you refuse, you lose.”
According to an outside source, Joe Gatto and James Murray are the two funny guys with partners. Joe has been married to his wife, Bessy Gatto, since 2013 and they have two children, a daughter named Milana and a son named Remington Joseph. James became engaged in August of 2019, popping the question to his girlfriend, Melyssa Davies. They met in 2018 during a press event for Murr’s novel, Awakened. It seems like a match made in Heaven and fans are super happy for these guys.
The single dudes are Sal and Q. During a recent search of Sal’s past and current relationships, there wasn’t much to find. He is an ordained minister and suffers from Germophobia, Acrophobia and Ailurophobia. Some sources say that he has tackled a few dates but nothing went further. On the other hand, Q has been in a few relationships and was recently cheated on by his fiancee. According to his joker pals, the woman left Q to live with a “bunch of cats.”
On February 21, 2020, the guys will have their film, Impractical Jokers: The Movie, placed in select theaters for viewing. The film is based on their New York to Miami road trip as they do everything that they accomplish on their TV show: successfully embarrassing each other in front of strangers. The film is directed by Chris Henchy and distributed by truTV. All four of the jokers wrote the film alongside Chris Henchy. It should be funny and interesting, we should all check it out!