Impractical Jokers Season 2 Episode 3

    

Impractical Jokers Season 2 Episode 3 mpractical Jokers Season 2 Episode 3 After finding out that Jesus’ (the gay ex, not the other guy) uncle was the one responsible for the lip-sewing incident, Lafayette (Nelsan Ellis) decides to pay the crazy old Mexican a visit. It doesn’t work out quite as planned. Lafayette finds himself tied to a chair with his lips sewn together but is saved by Dora the Explorer. Or at least it would have been more Impractical Jokers Season 2 Episode 3 interesting if that’s how it had actually happened. I’m finally starting to see the show’s producer’s plans to make Tara (Rutina Wesley) more interesting. They’re just going to keep removing her clothing. This week she’s on a stripper pole in Impractical Jokers Season 2 Episode 3 Fangtasia when her mother walks in to let her know she’s disowning Tara. On the Impractical Jokers Season 2 Episode 3 surface Tara doesn’t care but in front of Pam (Kristin Bauer van Straten) she actually cries and hugs Pam who has now fully assumed her ‘mommy’ role. In my mind this is a great path to go down and excellent character development. Impractical Jokers Season 2 Episode 3

 Impractical Jokers Season 2 Episode 3 After finding out that Jesus’ (the gay ex, not the other guy) uncle was the one responsible for the lip-sewing incident, Lafayette (Nelsan Ellis) decides to pay the crazy old Mexican a visit. It doesn’t work out quite as planned. Lafayette finds himself tied to a chair with his lips sewn together but is saved by Dora the Explorer. Or at least it would have been more interesting if that’s how it had actually happened. I’m finally starting to see the show’s producer’s plans to make Tara (Rutina Wesley) more interesting. They’re just going to keep removing her clothing. This week she’s on a stripper pole in Fangtasia when her mother walks in to let her know she’s disowning Tara. On the Impractical Jokers Season 2 Episode 3 surface Tara doesn’t care but in front of Pam (Kristin Bauer van Straten) she actually cries and hugs Pam who has now fully assumed her ‘mommy’ role. In my mind this is a great path to go down and excellent character development.