Punishment: Sal poses as a lifeguard at the Cresskill Swim Club in where he must kick everybody out of the pool without reasoning, on the grounds of a new bullying policy. Punishment: Sal has to perform a stand-up comedy routine for business people at the end of a three-day conference, but must purposely perform badly. However, the book is completely blank and Sal has to make up the excerpt of the book on the spot. Punishment: Sal poses as a judge for a children's talent show, and is forced to do and say whatever he is told, such as complaining to a contestant that he still hasn't gotten the chicken wings he ordered an hour prior. Punishment: Murr has to yank and put out cigarettes from the hands of smokers. The challenges include participating in a focus group, competing to have their baseball team mascots approved, settling a dancing debate in the mall, and presenting their ridiculous book ideas. The Jokers later reveal to Sal that the woman, Murr's friend Melissa, knew he was in there the whole time, and that they are only a block away from where they started.
The day of his punishment, he must walk around showing off his chest. Included are never-before-seen clips and exclusive behind-the-scenes footage. Punishment: After a successful secret pact goes off without a hitch, Murr's turn is turned into an impromptu punishment; he has to show his father on the computer what is on his cellphone such as embarrassing videos, pictures, etc. Punishment: Q's is put to the test when he has several tarantulas placed on him while strapped down to a board. In the end, Q hosed down all 3 losing jokers until they respected him. Then, they pose as bouncers at a nightclub, read horoscopes at a mall, and give interviews at a train station.
For Sal, he had to climb a ladder to rescue a cat from a tree, but he froze at the start. Everything changes, when on his 30th birthday his mother tells him that he is actually the second coming of Jesus Christ, which would basically mean, that Sal would have to change everything about his life to fulfill his destiny. In the demo videos, it turns out that Joe, Murr, and Q broke into Sal's house while he was on vacation and abused everything in the house, ending with pelvic thrusting while naked at the window in front of his neighbors. Unbeknownst to him, the prizes are outfits straight from his own wardrobe. Punishment: Joe is forced to portray a genie in a play; however, the guys control his harness, so they kept swinging Joe into the props and set pieces the entire time. The fat suit slowed him down to the point where he lost his momentum, thus causing Sal to win the race.
Punishment: Q poses as a playwright giving workshop lessons to young actors, having them act out scenes based on real-life events of his. Eventually, a furious mother snaps at Joe, leading Joe to leave embarrassed. Upon finding Sal in the trunk, the woman driving starts screaming and hitting Sal with groceries. Every time Jake wins a question that Murr answers incorrectly, he gets to choose an item from Murr's apartment for himself to keep, and the game is over when Murr beats Jake 3 times. Self-centered and lazy underachiever Sal, who is played by Dylan Taylor, is a cranky nobody, who lives with his mom Maria, played by Jennifer Dale. Punishment: Q and Sal are given a turquoise ring that they must sell by rotary telephone while in an extremely hot room with only 1 gerbil water dispenser each to stay hydrated.
Punishment: In revenge for Q's photography punishment in the previous season, Murr has to explain some off-color art pieces the other guys have created for him to a roomful of art fanatics. Punishment: Sal starts off giving a boat tour of New York City while reading from cards written by the other guys. Punishment: Q presents some clips from a short film directed by the other Jokers to an audience of movie buffs. Punishment: Joe goes to , home of the , and steals autographed baseballs that autographs for children. In this matter she has the backing of local priest Father Luke Scott Thompson , who has an uncommon, intense interest in Sal's welfare. Archived from on October 26, 2014.
Punishment: In a crowded mall's food court, Sal has to shush people for no reason. As Q was injured during the guys' training sessions with Travis Pastrana, he was not cleared by doctors to compete in the actual obstacle course and chose Joey Fatone to perform in his place again. Eventually, he is reported by someone and he runs away and hides behind a counter out of embarrassment. Punishment: Q works at the front door at the in Brooklyn, collecting cover charges for Tight Fright. The chest hair had nothing to do with the actual punishment.
The guys serve up pints of awkwardness at a pub, try to sell ridiculous theatre tickets in the West End, team up to work at a fish and chips shop, and use their infamous bullhorns that are controlled by the other guys. Punishment: Q hosts a fashion show and must explain clothing designs supposedly created by him such as an extreme goth person with long black hair. Punishment: Murr must attend a cocktail party while repeatedly trying to pin , an Olympic gold medalist. Ryan McDonald, Kaniehtiio Horn and Scott Thompson also star. Punishment: Sal must unearth his car keys from a heap of elephant poop.
During this part, Sal yells out that it is revenge for Murr marrying his sister. Three correct answers ends the punishment; Murr winds up having both nipples and his belly button pierced. To mark his 30th birthday, mom informs him that he is, in fact, the second coming of Jesus Christ. Punishment: Q dresses up like Peter Pan, thinking he's going to join a musical while it is going on, but it is really a wrestling match, where he faces off against. An actual professional enters the arena and ropes Q around the ankles, taking him on a trip through the arena as the crowd mocks him.
Punishment: 3 months prior, Murr was asked to continue shaving his chest as he does every week , except for a circle around his nipples so it looked like a coconut bra. Right as he is about to be removed from the playing area by security, Q successfully finds the kid and the punishment ends. Punishment: Q is handcuffed to a mime for 24 hours while all of the jokers are on tour. Punishments: Murr and Joe are given 2 different separate punishments. Punishment: Murr has to play dodgeball alone against a professional team, while one eye is blindfolded and one hand is covered by an oven mitt, and the punishment does not end until he manages to get a player out. Murr and Q ask the questions, while Joe and Sal go undercover as group members and provide them with embarrassing answers that Murr and Q wrote, to see if they can get through the whole survey without refusing to say an answer. Punishment: Sal must follow a rope through a cornfield maze and endure several obstacles and scares throughout.
Other challenges include misguiding park goers around the park and trying to find their missing relatives. Then, they do and say what they are told as hairstylists at a salon. When Sal has suffered enough, it turns out that Joe was holding his keys the entire time. Punishment: Joe has to be the one-man squad shooting t-shirts from a shirt canon at the game. Punishment: Murr is told he has to perform in front of an audience as to deliver his character's monologues. During the episode, a dozen totally ridiculous spring break tips are given. But halfway through, a nurse enters and hooks Q up to a device that simulates the eight stages of painful child labor.