Common Sense Note
Parents need to know that Impractical Jokes is a hidden-camera series on which comedians play practical jokes on strangers in public places. Although it's in good fun, and most of the antics are designed to poke fun at the cast, it's not tween-friendly; there's some strong language (including bleeped curses), crude sexual references, and innuendo. There's also some racial and gender stereotyping, as well as drinking (beer and mixed drinks).
Contains crude references to genitalia, such as "dong." Some jokes incorporate strong sexual innuendo, including references to prostitution.
People who get pranked occasionally look annoyed or offended.
Words such as "hell" are audible; curses such as "f--k" are bleeped.
It's meant to be funny, but the pranks are designed to create awkward moments. Racial and gender stereotypes are sometimes used.
Drugs / Tobacco /
Beer, cocktails, and other alcoholic drinks are consumed.