SDCC 2015: Impractical Jokers take over Comic-Con with their Museum of Impractical History


The stars of truTV’s hit hidden-camera series Impractical Jokers are heading to San Diego Comic-Con for the opening of their Museum of Impractical History. Running from Thursday, July 9th to Sunday, July 12th, Q, Murr, Joe, and Sal will be at the exhibition at various times to meet the fans.

The exhibition will feature fan art, artifacts from the show, photo booths, caricature artists, book signings, snack times, and scenes from the show. It will be located within the Michael J. Wolf Fine Arts gallery (363 5th Ave).

So why are they doing this? Raymond Dooley, Vice President of Marketing at truTV stated, “Instead of waiting for the Smithsonian, MoMA or the Getty Center to finally launch a wing dedicated to the art of daring your best friends to embarrass themselves in public (seriously, what’s taking so long?), we decided to create the Museum of Impractical History ourselves to celebrate four successful seasons of the show and to give something back to the viewers who’ve been so supportive. We can’t wait for Sal, Q, Murr and Joe to invade San Diego and personally thank and reward their biggest fans with exclusive Impractical Jokers experiences just days before new episodes begin airing July 16.”

They’re here for YOU, fans. So check them out!

Check out the schedule of events below: 

JULY 9 – JULY 12
Photo booth, Spray Paint Tattoos chosen by the Wheel of Doom, Social Vending Machine, Caricature Artist, “Drop a Ninja” Fan Wall, “That Bitch Irene” Petition, Show Artifacts/Props, and Fan Art room

10am-12pm: Complimentary “Don’t Go Hungry On The Way To The Con” Breakfast including “Mur”ittos, “Sal”sa, Cup of Joe and BB”Q” Chips
4-5pm: ImSnacktical Jokers: Snack Hour
7pm: Museum closes

10 12pm: Museum open to public
3pm-5pm: Comic book signing with the Impractical Jokers, meet the guys, have them sign your book
5pm-7pm: Closed event. Nothing fun will go on. Don’t sweat it.

10am: Museum open to public
4-5pm: Snack Hour. Like a regular hour, but with more snacks.
7pm: Museum closes. All good things come to an end.

10am: Museum open to public
2pm: Museum closes

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