SDCC ’13 Recap: ‘Impractical Jokers’ Have Taken Over the Broken Yolk Cafe

By July 20, 2013

Joe, Sal, Q, and Murr on TruTv’s “Impractical Jokers” will returning for their third season starting this winter. Along with the 15-episode season, fans can anticipate “Jokers After Party,” a post-show series where the guys talk about behind-the-scenes happenings and allows for the Jokers to display a different side of their comedic talents.

To promote the third season of the show as well as “Jokers After Party,” the guys have have taken over the Broken Yolk Cafe, just outside the convention center walls. Along with completely covering everything from the walls to the menus in the Jokers’ faces, the Jokers themselves will be making a special appearance to meet fans and sign their newly released one-shot comic entitled “The Secret Origin of truTV’s Impractical Jokers.” According to the official press release, “the story will trace the history of Q, Murr, Je, and Sal, telling the story of how four mild-mannered high-school friends became the superhero pranksters they are today.”

The continuing success of the show is no doubt due to the passion that the Jokers have for their art, as well as the true friendship that is evident in the series. Fans can expect, as Joe puts it “the game of tit-for-tat” to be elevated. He continues “now it’s becoming a contest to outdo each other…more of a competition to survive.” The ‘Wheel of Doom,’ which fans may remember from former seasons, may returns, but Joe hints at the promise of a ‘Dartboard of Doom,’ which promises even more hilarity and outlandishness.

Over the course of the three seasons, the Jokers have become more “fine-tuned” in their pranking. Q points out “It’s one thing to know how to screw with your friends, but there’s a skill to doing it for television.”

Be sure to check out season three of “Impractical Jokers” and “Jokers After Party” this winter on truTV.

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