Sal’s Idiotsyncrasies: Bonded by Bloody Jokes

Blood runs the risk of becoming less thick than water when you’ve thick jokesters for friends.

Just ask Sal. No other joker has had to endure the humiliation of having close family involved in impractical jokes as many times as he has.

Notable Episodes:

Impractical Jokers Season 2 Episode 5 Strip High Five
In a presentation by Joe and Sal, Q is seen grabbing the breast of Jenna (Sal’s sister) which is followed by a scene where Murr is seen squeezing the buttocks of Carla, Joe’s sister.

Impractical Jokers Season 2 Episode 27 Cyber Buddies
In a debate and switch challenge, Q and Sal end up as the last two jokers left standing. Unfortunately for them, in this final duel each has to convince a pregnant lady turned adjudicator who between them is the worst son.

In a desperate move Sal calls his mother and calls her a “b*tch” but he quickly regrets and calls back with a heartfelt apology. Consequently, he takes the loss but arguably wins the title of good son.

Impractical Jokers Season 3 Episode 31 Brother-in-Loss
As a punishment, Sal is strapped to a hand truck and wheeled into a church. When the blindfold is removed he finds himself on the church altar lined next to Joe and Q as best men. Also in attendance are his father and mother who are sited in the front pews.

It soon dawns on Sal that Murr is marrying his siter Jenna who is simply reffered to as Sal’s Sister.

A video is then played showing their love journey up to the eventual signing of their marriage license. However, it’s not over until the final moment when Murr rubs it in for Sal by kissing Jenna while smugly staring at him.

Apparently they divorced the next day which must have come as a big relief for Sal who we can only imagine was dreading the prospects of Murr being his brother-in-law.

Impractical Jokers Season 4 Episode 14 Bathroom Break
Sal’s father makes an appearance at the end of his punishment remarking he wasn’t proud of his son’s embarrassing display at failing to escape from the bathroom.

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