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Greatest Ever

Greatest Weddings Ever

Greatest Weddings Ever: Weddings are a BIG deal. From memorable ceremonies, to over-the-top entrances, host Amanda Seales reveals 7 steps to making that big day incredible.

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9:30 am

Greatest Ever

Greatest Animals Ever

Greatest Animals Ever: Host Amanda Seales shares eight critical tips on how to make an amazing viral video, starring animals! Time you cash in on the internet's biggest stars.

TV-14 D L
10 am

Greatest Ever

Greatest Politicians Ever

Greatest Politicians Ever: From passionate debating, to slinging that mud, host Amanda Seales serves up the eight techniques you'll need to become a political powerhouse.

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10:30 am

Greatest Ever

Greatest Newscasts Ever

Greatest Newscasts Ever: Amanda Seales shares 8 critical tips on how to produce an amazing newscast, from creating chemistry between anchors, to dealing with drunk hecklers!

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11 am

World's Dumbest

World's Dumbest Pranksters 2

Beware - you're about to get played by the stupidest practical jokers on the planet. We've got 20 of the World's Dumbest Pranks, including a remote-controlled ejector-couch, an evil clown on wheels, and a chocolate diaper surprise. Featuring commentary from our cast of celebrity smart-asses, including Todd Bridges, Daniel Baldwin, Tonya Harding and Danny Bonaduce.

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12 pm

World's Dumbest

World's Dumbest Pranksters 3

Watch your back! TruTV is counting down the 20 dumbest pranksters on the planet! They're gluing phones to faces, faking pregnancies, and pranking the ultimate April Fool! Totally in on the joke is our hilarious cast of comedians, including Chris Fairbanks, Gilbert Gottfried, Kevin McCaffrey, and Judy Gold.

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1 pm

World's Dumbest

World's Dumbest Pranksters 4

This hour, the joke's on you... and on 20 of the World's Dumbest Pranksters. Their tricks include everything from a terrifying wake up call, to telekinesis, and a not-so-dead body in the trunk of a taxi. With real jokes provided by our cast of hilarious comedians, including Mike Trainor, Chris Fairbanks, and Katlyn Carlson.

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2 pm

Comedy Knockout

The 9-Feet High Club

The 9-Feet High Club: Dave Hill hopes his roasting of Arden Myrin will distract us from his Austin Powers outfit, Jordan Carlos brings out the big guns, and all three comedians tell us what not to say when joining the army.

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2:30 pm

Comedy Knockout

Three Inches of Twisted Fury

Three Inches of Twisted Fury - Panelists try to stay abreast of weird web products in "Letsy Who Bought It," Chris Distefano gives relationship advice in "JV Life Coach" and Arden Myrin has a whale of a time harpooning jokes at Sean Patton's expense.

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3 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
3:30 pm

The Carbonaro Effect

It's a Makeshift

Michael mystifies laundromat patrons by impossibly multiplying miniscule amounts of detergent, and makes one manÆs day when he convinces him that heÆs hit the coin machine jackpot. Then at a thrift store, Michael taps into his musical abilities by turning into a human record player. Plus, as an employee at a shipping store, he astonishingly flips a full bowl of punch without spilling a drop and repeatedly teleports a glass penguin to one customerÆs dismay.

TV-14 L
4 pm

The Carbonaro Effect

The Lizard Law

In a Mexican restaurant, Michael treats incredulous diners to a good luck serpent with their tableside guacamole, and makes salsa so spicy it melts metal. Then, he confuses office coworkers with a never-ending brown bag lunch and a frozen meal that turns out to be alarmingly fresh. Plus, he confounds his new assistant with some tricks of the trade as a real estate agent, including freshening dead flowers right before her eyes.

TV-PG L
4:30 pm

The Carbonaro Effect

Out of Control

Michael stuns customers in a holistic store by treating them to kale cannolis that are too good to be true. Later, while working in a toy store, Michael shocks his coworker by bringing a large teddy bear to life.

TV-PG
5 pm

The Carbonaro Effect

Cause and Effect

In this special episode, Michael breaks the laws of physics with a multitude of tricks, and then introduces new technologies to some very accepting patrons. And what happens when people learn theyÆre on a TV show? Find out when Michael reveals that itÆs all been an illusion to some of the best marks of Season 1, and see spectacular moments that went terribly awry.

TV-14 L
5:30 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
6 pm

The Carbonaro Effect

Might be Trippin'

Filling in as a karate instructor, Michael disrupts the Zen of his student with skills that literally lift him off the ground, and at a toy store, Michael's frog necklace is so fashionably realistic that it has one little girl begging for a new pet. Then at a military outfitting store, Michael and an employee put together a clothing display that puts the "man" in mannequin.

TV-14 L
6:30 pm

The Carbonaro Effect

3D Galastical Morphin Ranging Power Tents

Tonight, Michael tries to pull a fast one on burger joint patrons with his inflatable hot dogs and his unusual technique for bagging buns. Then he creeps out a flea market vendor when he brings an acrylic encased arachnid back to life, and later his co-worker doesnÆt give a hoot about her job at the camping store when an owl takes over their display.

TV-PG L
7 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
7:30 pm

Impractical Jokers

Film Fail

Joe, Sal, Q, and Murr are forced to think on their feet at a podiatrist's office, ask strangers for help burying unusual items in the park, and keep their eyes on the prize in a grocery store race.

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.

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8:30 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
9 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
9:30 pm

Impractical Jokers

Baggage Shame

Murr, Sal, Q, and Joe share secrets with shoppers in a grocery store, but when one shopper has a history with Murr the embarrassment escalates to a whole new level! Then, the guys get creative in an art store, and convince New Yorkers to be featured in their wacky blogs. And tonight's big loser heads to the airport with a travel itinerary that would make anyone nauseous.

TV-14 D L
10 pm

Impractical Jokers

Quantum Mock-anics

Joe, Q, Murr and Sal get themselves into some hairy predicaments at the beauty supply store. Then, they discover that a language barrier adds to the awkwardness during a text message challenge in TimeÆs Square. And later, a panel of esteemed educators offers no help to tonightÆs stammering loser.

TV-14 D L
10:30 pm

Impractical Jokers

Tooth & Consequences

Joe, Sal, Murr, and Q spread the love as attendants in a bridal dress shop much to the dismay of the brides-to-be, and break a sacred guy-code in the process. Plus, they attempt to sway frightened focus groups with fragrance campaigns that truly stink. Then the punishment takes an unexpected and never before seen twist when the big loser wonders if heÆs too old to get a visit from the tooth fairy.

TV-14 D L
11 pm

Comedy Knockout

New

Espresso Your Feelings

Espresso Your Feelings: Phoebe Robinson and Nore Davis renew a long-standing rivalry, Nore reveals white women's love for Chipotle, and Dave Hill votes for orgasms at work all day long.

TV-14 D L
11:30 pm

Comedy Knockout

That Ass, Tho

That Ass, Tho: Noah Gardenswartz tells us What Not To Say at a Klan rally, Amanda Seales roasts Noah hard on cultural appropriation, and Mike Vecchione knows exactly what percentage of Americans pee in two directions.

TV-14 D L
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

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
1 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
1:30 am

Impractical Jokers

Baggage Shame

Murr, Sal, Q, and Joe share secrets with shoppers in a grocery store, but when one shopper has a history with Murr the embarrassment escalates to a whole new level! Then, the guys get creative in an art store, and convince New Yorkers to be featured in their wacky blogs. And tonight's big loser heads to the airport with a travel itinerary that would make anyone nauseous.

TV-14 D L
2 am

Impractical Jokers

Quantum Mock-anics

Joe, Q, Murr and Sal get themselves into some hairy predicaments at the beauty supply store. Then, they discover that a language barrier adds to the awkwardness during a text message challenge in TimeÆs Square. And later, a panel of esteemed educators offers no help to tonightÆs stammering loser.

TV-14 D L
2:30 am

Impractical Jokers

Tooth & Consequences

Joe, Sal, Murr, and Q spread the love as attendants in a bridal dress shop much to the dismay of the brides-to-be, and break a sacred guy-code in the process. Plus, they attempt to sway frightened focus groups with fragrance campaigns that truly stink. Then the punishment takes an unexpected and never before seen twist when the big loser wonders if heÆs too old to get a visit from the tooth fairy.

TV-14 D L
3 am

Comedy Knockout

Espresso Your Feelings

Espresso Your Feelings: Phoebe Robinson and Nore Davis renew a long-standing rivalry, Nore reveals white women's love for Chipotle, and Dave Hill votes for orgasms at work all day long.

TV-14 D L
3:30 am

Comedy Knockout

That Ass, Tho

That Ass, Tho: Noah Gardenswartz tells us What Not To Say at a Klan rally, Amanda Seales roasts Noah hard on cultural appropriation, and Mike Vecchione knows exactly what percentage of Americans pee in two directions.

TV-14 D L
4 am

Comedy Knockout

Slowest Mosey Eve

Slowest Mosey Ever: truTV comedians Kevin Barnett, Jamie Lee, and Mo Mandel ponder life's most important topics like asphyxiation via Iggy Azalea's assets, mullet haircuts on dogs, and how to successfully avoid meaningful friendships.

TV-14 D L
4:30 am

Comedy Knockout

Stop Resisting!

Stop Resisting: Comedians Noah Gardenswartz, Liza Treyger, and Monroe Martin turn up the heat! Noah and Monroe suggest movie sequels that shouldn't be made, and then the jokes turn personal, leaving Monroe speechless about a favorite childhood snack.

TV-14 D L
5 am

Comedy Knockout

All Shaft

All Shaft: Comedians Nick Turner and Nimesh Patel reveal way too much information about their privates, and Jamie Lee wants us all to leave her dog out of it in this hilarious episode of Comedy Knockout.

TV-14 D L
5:30 am