This was the Krankies attempt at solo attempt at a children's television show since Crackerjack.
This hidden-camera series follows four lifelong friends -- Brian "Q"' Quinn, James "Murr"' Murray, Joe Gatto and Sal Vulcano -- who take dares to an outrageous level. To find out who is best under pressure, the guys compete in awkward and outrageous hidden-camera hijinks with the loser performing what is deemed to be the most-mortifying challenge yet.
The Joke's on Us is a Canadian game show that aired from 1983 to 1984. It was hosted by Monty Hall, joined by Sylvie Garant as assistant very early on in the run, with Sandy Hoyt as the show's announcer. Taped at Global's television studios in Toronto in association with the Global Television Network, the show was created and produced by two American game show veterans, Willie Stein and Nat Ligerman. Each episode featured a rotating panel of four comedians, which included such famous personalities of the day as Alan Thicke, Nipsey Russell, Arte Johnson and Jo Anne Worley.
Jokehnen is a German television series.
"Inside Jokes" follows unknown stand-up comics vying to make it into the world-famous Just for Laughs comedy festival in Montreal. Will their performances launch their careers into superstardom, just like New Faces alumni Pete Holmes and Colin Jost, or will they choke under pressure? For this group of comics, who have sacrificed much in pursuit of a dream, there is no bigger moment.
Jolly Joker is a German television series.
Impractical Jokers: Inside Jokes packs classic, fan-favorite episodes of the show with shareable pop-up facts directly from the Jokers themselves, giving viewers a unique and unprecedented look behind the curtain.
Jokers Wild is a British comedy panel game that was created by Ray Cameron and Mike King, produced by Yorkshire Television and broadcast for eight series on ITV from 1969 to 1974. The show was hosted by comedy writer Barry Cryer apart from one series broadcast in 1971 which was hosted by Michael Bentine. The series was produced by David Mallett.
Joker Poker was a late night Australian poker program on Network Ten which aired in 2005 and 2006. Series one was hosted by Adam Spencer, with series two hosted by Mike Goldman. Both series were co-hosted by New Zealand poker pro Lee Nelson and Australian model Laura Weston acted as hostess. The show was produced by Australian Production Company Freehand Group. The show featured Australian comedians playing no-limit Texas hold'em poker. Four comedians compete in each episode on behalf of their chosen charity. It was recorded in the high rollers' room of Sydney's Star City Casino for the first season and in a studio at Fox Studios in Sydney for the second. The weekly winner donates $5,000 to charity, while the series winner donates $25,000. A New Zealand version also aired in 2007.
The thief Mysterious Joker doesn't just steal things. An audacious and elusive miracle-maker, he travels the world searching for treasure with his partner and cook Hachi. As they circle the globe, they must avoid traps set by the police and compete in various competitions to reach their final goal, the Timeslip Treasure.
The Joker's Wild is an American television game show that aired at different times during the 1970s through the 1990s. Contestants answered questions based on categories that were determined randomly by a mechanism resembling a slot machine. The show's title refers to the game's slot machine-mechanism also having jokers. The show was billed as "the game where knowledge is king and lady luck is queen", and was notable for being the first successful game show produced by Jack Barry after his company's role in the quiz show scandals during the late 1950s. The success of the series led in part to the reformation of Barry & Enright Productions in the 1970s, which reunited Barry with his partner Dan Enright. The series was always referred to as a Jack Barry Production in the closing credits, however. Barry's sons, Jonathan and Douglas Barry, were co-executive producers for the 1990s version, which was produced in association with Richard S. Kline and billed as a Kline and Friends production in association with Jack Barry Productions.
Joey Fatone host an exclusive interview with Q and Murr.
TV's Bloopers & Practical Jokes is an American television series. Debuting as a weekly series, new episodes have been broadcast as infrequent specials during most of its run. It premiered on NBC in 1984, moved to ABC in 1998, and was revived in syndication in 2012. The NBC run of the series was co-produced by Carson Productions and Dick Clark Productions, and the ABC and syndication runs have been produced solely by Dick Clark Productions.
Chris Rock: Big Ass Jokes is the title of comedian Chris Rock's first HBO special. It premiered on June 16, 1994. Entertainment Weekly rated the special an "A-". It is featured as a bonus feature on the DVD of Rock's fourth HBO special, Never Scared.