Browbeaten is the thirteenth episode of Season Five of Impractical Jokers and the one-hundredth-fifteenth episode overall. It aired on May 12, 2016.


The guys take name calling to new heights as receptionists and try to get donations for bogus charities at a pizza shop.


The Name Game

Goal: Don't laugh while saying the names.
Loser: Murr has 6 laughs

Charity Cases

Goal: Get a donation.
Loser: Murr at first won with the donation, Serious S***, before deciding to hand the donation back to the customer, then things got out of control, and Sal failed to receive any donation for his Saxophone for Chile.


Loser: Murr
Punishment: Murr is in for a hair-raising punishment before the Jokers' trip to London, as well as before his nephew's confirmation in two weeks, where he is his sponsor. Knowing how much Murr prides himself in keeping his eyebrows looking nice every day, the punishment the guys have planned is having the barber shave off not only his eyebrows, but also all of his hair! The way they made Murr's new look worse was they had the barber leave behind a small portion of his hair as if he was wearing a yarmakule. Murr's hair appointment is over and the jokers now have to get him and his freshly-shaven head to his next appointment. What could it be? The guys wanted to do it because the hair grows back, so there was one way to immortalize the occasion: a new driver's license photo! Murr's license photo appointment at the Manhattan DMV office is at 2:00, but not after he gets mocked by everyone inside and outside of the building. Murr's new license comes in the mail three weeks later; just looking at it and comparing it to his old one, many can imagine how furious he is following that appointment! The new license is set to expire on March 2026; it's going to be a long decade for poor Murr! This wouldn't be his only hair-raising punishment–– he would later have to sport Q's luxurious locks for half of Season Six, in addition to taking a new passport photo with it.


In the intro to the episode, it is revealed who is being punished. Which does not usually happen.