We were wrong about filming without Joe, and the Impractical Jokers confirm it

Joe Gatto, James Murray, Brian Quinn, and Sal Vulcano aren’t just members of The Tenderloins comedy group — they’ve also been friends since childhood. Vulcano stated that this connection made it possible. “tough”Return to the Set of “Impractical Jokers” without Gatto. “We’re doing the show together [for] almost 10 years, we’re friends [for] 30 years, so it was tough to lose him. We didn’t want to see him go, but we had to give him his space … We miss him and we love him, we still talk to him all the time,”Podcaster and comedian, he told People.

Quinn stated that Quinn was right. “we love him, he’s our guy,”Gatto’s decision was to leave and had to be respected. The fact that Gatto’s decision to leave was respected by the rest of the crew “Impractical Jokers”The same thing helped the boys get back to a rhythm. Vulcano added, “We’re here to make a comedy, so if we can’t get on set and be in good spirit and start laughing, then what are we doing?”

Gatto has been touring and podcasting as a comedian to fill the gap. “Impractical Jokers”Special guests will be invited to join the fun. Eric Andre, comedian, will be their first guest. According to the trailer for the upcoming season, they don’t intend to skimp on big-name guests. Method Man and Rob Riggle are all expected to appear. YouTube).


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