Four comedians and lifelong friends compete to embarrass each other out amongst the general public with a series of hilarious and outrageous dares. When Sal, Joe, Q, and Murr challenge each other to say or do something, they have to do it. And if they refuse, they lose. At the end of every episode, the biggest loser must endure a punishment of epic proportions.
In the series premiere, the four jokers "cook up" some fun at a local burger joint, scam tourists, and prepare a trick for customers at a warehouse store.
The guys rub sunbathers the wrong way and steal from others' grocery baskets.
The guys use lame pickup lines while speed dating, tell victimized people walking by false fortunes at the boardwalk, and stink up the hygiene aisle at a local pharmacy.
The guys approach strangers with humiliating one-liners on the streets of New York, play a unique word game in a grocery store, and try to get shoppers to hop in a trunk at a car dealership.
The guys demonstrate their odd living habits while interviewing for roommates, cut the line for Broadway tickets in Times Square, and push puppies on customers in a pet store.
The guys massage beachgoers on the boardwalk, broadcast the news from Times Square, and get their kicks teaching a karate class.
The guys swipe food off other people's plates at a buffet, tutor students in a foreign language they don't speak, and try to start a dance party in a public park.
The guys conduct a focus group with unique consumer questioning, are totally unfit as trainers in a gym class, and pretend to work at a famous New York bakery.
Joe, Murr, Q, and Sal are back for more. See what kind of pranks they pull on each other this time.
The guys look to create some more laughs as they pull pranks on each other and innocent bystanders.
The pranksters try to sell diamonds to engaged couples.
The pranksters regale each other with embarrassing text messages in a quiet waiting room, try their hands as shampoo boys at an upscale women's hair salon, and teach a crash course in driver's ed.
The pranksters take jobs at a garden center, try their luck as CPR instructors and see if they can cut it as deli-counter workers.
The pranksters tee it up as golf instructors; line up investors as Broadway producers; and play cat-and-mouse with customers at a pet store.
The pranksters raise dough for unusual charities at a donut shop, interrupt some fed-up diners mid-meal in a Chinese restaurant and provide shoppers with unsolicited advice at a mall.
The pranksters try stealing kisses from strangers on the streets of Manhattan and play word games with shoppers.