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Impractical Jokers: There's A 30-Minute Version Of Paul Scheer's Tails!

This article contains spoilers for "Impractical Jokers" Season 10 Episode 7, "Paul Scheer"

Fans of Brian "Q" Quinn from "Impractical Jokers" should by now know that his sense of humor often veers toward the domain of sheer absurdity. Even so, viewers may have been surprised by just how far Q was willing to take things in "Impractical Jokers" Season 10 Episode 7, "Paul Scheer." In this episode's take on the show's signature punishments, Q crafted a game show called "Paul Screer's Tails!" which Schreer ably hosted while Q's fellow Jokers Murr and Sal acted as the contestants. 

Though some "Impractical Jokers" fans considered the punishment awful, Q himself hasn't been hiding his delight over "Tails!" making it in the show. Fortunately for those who liked the segment, he's also revealed that there's plenty more where that came from. "There were more rounds we had to cut. There is an actual full half-hour episode of TAILS! on a hard drive somewhere," he wrote on Twitter. He also revealed that the unaired material contains some pretty extreme moments.

Q got very creative with the tails they used

If you thought that the tails the show actually used were pretty harsh, Q also noted in that tweet that the unaired footage gets far more creative. "A skunk was involved at one point," he wrote. 

The rest of the (currently) unused material doesn't get much nicer, either. When one fan was clamoring for a rat's tail, Q tweeted that they actually filmed a far worse rat-adjacent segment than simple tail-sampling. "There was a game with a rats tail where they had to guess which city the rat came from based on the taste of its tail," Q wrote as a response to the fan. "Had to be cut for time. I was bummed."

Because Q clearly loves his creation dearly, it's worth noting that he's already polled his Twitter followers on whether they want more "Tails" content, to an overwhelmingly positive response. Does this mean anything, beyond the potential release of the unaired footage at some point down the line? Perhaps not, but Murr and Sal may nevertheless wish to brace their palates.