Live Punishment with the Impractical Jokers


Tru TV”s Impractical Jokers celebrated their 100th show Thursday night with what they called Live Punishment.

Joe Gatto, Sal Vulcano, James “Murr” Murray and Brian “Q” Quinn or collectively known as the “Impractical Jokers” were set to walk a tightrope set five stories high in New York’s South Street Seaport. Did we mention it was going to be aired live?

LIB Magazine met with the Jokers beforehand.


***** Spoiler Alert*****

Congrats Q. He made it al the way across! The charity he walked for was Stephen Siller Foundation in Staten Island. The foundation supports our first responders and most catastrophically injured service members. Way to go Q!

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John Milovcic is a writer and photographer with LIB Magazine. He received his B.S. from Long Island University, C.W. Post, in Management and Finance. John has been a weekly contributor for LIB Magazine since February of 2013. His “man on the street” approach to covering events does bring the reader backstage with him. Under John’s belt is a completed screenplay and novel along with a range of poetry. He is the founder of Drunk Philosopher Photography and can be reached at

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