Mon
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6 am
9 am

Hack My Life

Cookin' Up Some Hacks

Brooke and Kevin take hacking to the next level as they uncover the best hacks for cooking pizza and cutting cake. Plus, they'll show why bread is a true All-Star, and teach you some hacks that every parent needs to know.

TV-PG
9:30 am

Hack My Life

Undercover Hacks

Brooke and Kevin go undercover as they find out which hacks work best for opening a beer bottle. Plus, they discover new hacks for cleaning, throwing a great party, and using a ballpoint pen in ways you'd never imagine.

TV-14 L S
10 am

Hack My Life

Lost and Found Hacks

Our hosts find hacks for retrieving lost objects, separating egg yolks, and removing wallpaper stains. They'll also make duct tape an All-Star, find another use for walnuts, and show you how to hack your home while you're away.

TV-PG L
10:30 am

Hack My Life

Hack or Wack

Brooke and Kevin uncover the difference between a hack and a wack, as they use an onion for cleaning and beer for moisturizer. Plus, they show you the real way to hack your hotel breakfast, and how to defend against your needy neighbor.

TV-PG L
11 am

You Can Do Better

Sex

Sex: Whether it's competitive foreplay, tips from a male stripper, or making your very own intimate video, this episode promises to get steamy. Plus, Matt and Abbi taste-test three edible sex products.

TV-14 D L S
11:30 am

You Can Do Better

Wild Weekends

Wild Weekends: Matt and Abbi show us how to have the perfect wild weekend, from choosing the ideal party posse, to splitting expenses, and packing luggage in under a minute. Plus, learn damage control tips for when those scandalous pics go viral.

TV-14 D L
12 pm

The Carbonaro Effect

A Positive Presence

A Positive Presence: Michael serves up a drink that can eat away at anything, and a cleanse so organic it creates life. Then, his sneaker lacing technology shocks a customer and he tricks an assistant into thinking someone has risen from the dead.

TV-PG
12:30 pm

The Carbonaro Effect

An Over-Grooming Situation

Michael leaves a co-worker out to dry at the garden center with a technologically confounding hose that wirelessly transmits water. Later, at the dog groomers, Michael's puppy takes to the catwalk after dressing himself in the most fashionable canine attire.

TV-PG L
1 pm

The Carbonaro Effect

A Faux Pas to Wear

This week, Michael stuns shoppers at a thrift mart with a remarkably advanced antique that self-tailors clothes and a chalkboard that solves mathematical equations. And at a hardware store, a DIYer is left questioning the intelligence of beetles that follow blueprints and unscrew nuts and bolts. Plus, one woman is shocked and bewildered when Michael disappears and reappears before her very eyes.

TV-PG L
1:30 pm

The Carbonaro Effect

Maybe it's the Echinacea?

Posing as a Pet Store employee, Michael sells customers on the novelty of pets that can hatch out of balloons, and convinces a hotel valet that he can park a car without even sitting in the driverÆs seat. Then at the gym, he introduces new workout techniques that boggle the mind of a seasoned fitness enthusiast.

TV-PG
2 pm

The Carbonaro Effect

An Elevated Ferret Alert

Posing as an interior designer, Michael stumps his new assistant who can't escape the ground floor of a home due to a disappearing staircase. Then in an office waiting room, he frustrates a bored woman who desperately tries to do some light reading. Finally at a car wash, he uses a unique method to retrieve keys that were locked in a car, and horrifies a woman who does not want new furry friends.

TV-14 L
2:30 pm

The Carbonaro Effect

Don't Freeze Me!

At a sporting goods store, a confused customer debates the laws of physics with Michael after he suddenly makes a lightweight box impossibly heavy. Then as a barista, Michael shows café patrons that glass is not nearly as impenetrable as it seems. Plus, he spooks museum workers when he shows that boomerangs really do always come back, and that taxidermy is a less than permanent solution.

TV-PG
3 pm

Adam Ruins Everything

Adam Ruins Death

In the season finale, Adam explains that "the end" is inevitable, shows why immortality is a fantasy and reveals that the American funeral industry is a racket that exploits mourners' grief and fear of dying.

TV-14 V L
3:30 pm

Adam Ruins Everything

Adam Ruins Animals

Adam Ruins Animals: Adam explores how purebred dogs are genetic monsters created by bored Victorians; domestic cats are overpopulated killing machines that threaten other animals; and wild animal trophy hunting can actually help endangered species.

TV-14 D L
4 pm

Impractical Jokers

Car Sick

Joe, Sal, Murr and Q freak out a focus group by reading ridiculous answers, and then participate in a thrilling toilet paper shootout in their favorite market. Plus, the loserÆs fancy dinner party turns into the messiest ride of his life.

TV-14 D L
4:30 pm

Impractical Jokers

Cruisin' for a Bruisin'

The guys hit the seas for a special cruise episode! They turn the pool deck into a playground, give misinformation while posing as entertainment directors, and two Jokers get a double dose of torture in a two part punishment!

TV-14 D L
5 pm

Impractical Jokers

B-I-N-G-NO

Joe, Sal, Q, and Murr ham it up behind the counter of a famous NYC deli, and head to Union Square where they break the ice with bizarre behavior while selling popsicles. And tonightÆs loser wishes Bingo wasnÆt his name-o in a humiliating and cringe-worthy punishment.

TV-14 L
5:30 pm

Impractical Jokers

Brother-in-Loss

Joe, Q, Murr, and Sal are forced to get cheeky with interviewers and explain their lackluster resumes while trying to land a job at a mobile company. And tonight's loser witnesses a joining in matrimony that's anything but holy.

TV-14 D L
6 pm

Impractical Jokers

Jokers Playhouse

The guys have to keep a straight face as the other Jokers act out bizarre scenes, then they try to get an embarrassing word in edgewise with strangers at the park. And playtime is over for tonight's big loser when the punishment hits a little too close to home.

TV-14 D L S
6:30 pm

Impractical Jokers

Takes the Cake

Joe, Sal, Q, and Murr try to warm up to strangers at a ski lodge and pull up a chair as uninvited guests at an Italian restaurant. And tonightÆs punishment takes the cake when the loser is the surprise entertainer at the wrong party.

TV-14 L
7 pm

Impractical Jokers

Human Piñata

The guys hug it out with strangers in the park, go head-to-head pitching wacky inventions to confused consumers, and launch a manhunt for their imaginary wives.

TV-14 D L
7:30 pm

Impractical Jokers

Sweat the Small Things

Joe, Sal, Q, and Murr paint themselves into a corner teaching an art class, face the dartboard of destiny at a local bar, and tonight's loser stresses out over a Joker home invasion.

TV-14 D L
8 pm

Impractical Jokers

Nationals Disaster

Murr, Joe, Sal, and Q fumble through the aisles of a grocery store, and re-gift the kooky contents of a mystery bag. Then, the guys must seek out the chosen one, in an embarrassing needle-in-a-haystack challenge.

TV-14 D L
8:30 pm

Impractical Jokers

Clash of the Jokers

In this competitive episode Sal, Joe, Q, and Murr battle head-to-head in fierce Joker vs. Joker challenges! The guys go two-on-two as they conduct focus groups where they focus mostly on making things uncomfortable. They pitch fabulous and tasty mascot ideas to diehard baseball fans. Then, Joe and Q, break-it-down old-school-style at the mall. And finally, Sal and Murr face-off in a challenge that literally proves neither is book smart.

TV-14 D L
9 pm

Impractical Jokers

The Chairman

The Chairman: The guys shock shoppers by going footloose and fancy-free in a discount store, then pose insane questions to strangers in the park. And tonight's big loser is taken for a wild ride in a tricked-out wheelchair he can't possibly control.

TV-14 D L
9:30 pm

Impractical Jokers

Wrapper's Delight

Wrapper's Delight: The guys make a mockery of each other as restaurant managers, name that (made up) tune with strangers, and then head to the park for some awkward fun in the sun. Plus, tonight's big loser gets wrapped up in a birthday surprise.

TV-14 D L
10 pm

Adam Ruins Everything

New

Adam Ruins Immigration

Adam Ruins Immigration: Adam illustrates how: a border wall wouldn't keep out legal immigrants who overstay their visas, racist mass deportations have historically led to disaster, and immigration courts are a huge mess.

TV-14 L
10:30 pm

You Can Do Better

New

Getting Healthy

Getting Healthy: From keeping your brain nimble with mental exercises, to reversing the aging process and confronting stress, Matt and Abbi give us the skinny on getting healthy. Plus, Abbi tries acupuncture, smash therapy, and staring at fractals.

TV-14 D L S
11 pm

You Can Do Better

Wild Weekends

Wild Weekends: Matt and Abbi show us how to have the perfect wild weekend, from choosing the ideal party posse, to splitting expenses, and packing luggage in under a minute. Plus, learn damage control tips for when those scandalous pics go viral.

TV-14 D L
11:30 pm

Impractical Jokers

What Did I Eat?

The guys try to sell diamonds to unsuspecting couples ready to tie the knot, and pose as members of a very unwelcoming committee down at the boardwalk.

TV-14 D L S
12 am

Impractical Jokers

Nationals Disaster

Murr, Joe, Sal, and Q fumble through the aisles of a grocery store, and re-gift the kooky contents of a mystery bag. Then, the guys must seek out the chosen one, in an embarrassing needle-in-a-haystack challenge.

TV-14 D L
12:30 am

Impractical Jokers

Clash of the Jokers

In this competitive episode Sal, Joe, Q, and Murr battle head-to-head in fierce Joker vs. Joker challenges! The guys go two-on-two as they conduct focus groups where they focus mostly on making things uncomfortable. They pitch fabulous and tasty mascot ideas to diehard baseball fans. Then, Joe and Q, break-it-down old-school-style at the mall. And finally, Sal and Murr face-off in a challenge that literally proves neither is book smart.

TV-14 D L
1 am

Impractical Jokers

The Chairman

The Chairman: The guys shock shoppers by going footloose and fancy-free in a discount store, then pose insane questions to strangers in the park. And tonight's big loser is taken for a wild ride in a tricked-out wheelchair he can't possibly control.

TV-14 D L
1:30 am

Impractical Jokers

Wrapper's Delight

Wrapper's Delight: The guys make a mockery of each other as restaurant managers, name that (made up) tune with strangers, and then head to the park for some awkward fun in the sun. Plus, tonight's big loser gets wrapped up in a birthday surprise.

TV-14 D L
2 am

Adam Ruins Everything

Adam Ruins Immigration

Adam Ruins Immigration: Adam illustrates how: a border wall wouldn't keep out legal immigrants who overstay their visas, racist mass deportations have historically led to disaster, and immigration courts are a huge mess.

TV-14 L
2:30 am

You Can Do Better

Getting Healthy

Getting Healthy: From keeping your brain nimble with mental exercises, to reversing the aging process and confronting stress, Matt and Abbi give us the skinny on getting healthy. Plus, Abbi tries acupuncture, smash therapy, and staring at fractals.

TV-14 D L S
3 am

You Can Do Better

Wild Weekends

Wild Weekends: Matt and Abbi show us how to have the perfect wild weekend, from choosing the ideal party posse, to splitting expenses, and packing luggage in under a minute. Plus, learn damage control tips for when those scandalous pics go viral.

TV-14 D L
3:30 am

Impractical Jokers

What Did I Eat?

The guys try to sell diamonds to unsuspecting couples ready to tie the knot, and pose as members of a very unwelcoming committee down at the boardwalk.

TV-14 D L S
4 am

Adam Ruins Everything

Adam Ruins Cars

In this episode, Adam deep dives into the much-beloved auto industry. Armed with quick wit and an arsenal of facts, Adam exposes the surprising truths behind car dealerships, unearths the dirty little secrets of car ownership, and reveals that the concept of "jaywalking" was created by auto manufacturers to blame pedestrians for car crashes.

TV-14 V L
4:30 am

Adam Ruins Everything

Adam Ruins Hollywood

Adam Ruins Hollywood: Straight from the red carpet, with help from celebrity guests Rachel Bloom and Ariana Madix, Adam exposes the hidden truths behind Hollywood's glitz and glamour, from the clothes stars wear to the process behind movie ratings.

TV-14 V D L
5 am

Adam Ruins Everything

Adam Ruins Hygiene

Adam reveals that the term "halitosis" was popularized in a 1920s ad campaign that used cruel ads to make people insecure about their breath, and explains why running water is one of the greatest miracles of the modern age.

TV-14 L
5:30 am