Several pranks have gotten the jokers in trouble with the police. For instance, Murr using a stranger's camera to take a picture of his genitals, and Joe standing over strangers at a beach and using his crotch to invade their personal space.
While filming an episode of Season One, the Jokers were in a basement of a pet store while the crew was setting up equipment, and Murr ate dog poop for $290. This was captured on video and is shown at The Tenderloins' live shows.
It was stated in the episode "wrong playwright," among other episodes, that Q was dumped by his fiancée before his wedding. In reality, Q left his fiancée and the apartment they had together at 3 AM and only took his statue of the joker that was there. Leaving everything else behind. He never saw her again. Only brief communication.
Q has been a podcaster since before the show, when he was still a firefighter. He was (and still is) the third member on the award winning podcast "tell em Steve Dave," with Comic book men Bryan Johnson and Walt Flanagan, who he met while interning with Kevin Smith. Since then, he has also started a podcast with fellow joker Sal Vulcano called "What Say You?" He considers it his favorite thing to do in his life.
The Jokers have made many imaginary characters for the show including: Larry, Santiago, Forehead Jeff, The Deluca Boys, Irene (that Bitch), Jugs McBulge, Dalton, Uncle Clem, JaCrispy (occasionally not associated with Sal), Tony Gunk (a character usually referenced with Q), Ray Ray, Crangis McBasketball, Eugena Whosehole, Donna (Who had it coming), Anfernee (Who steals toner cartridges), Chandra in Textiles, Gregorio, Beth, Stephen, Darcy O'Queef, Dr. Shrimp Puerto Rico, and Paul Deluca (not to be confused with the Deluca Boys.)
In one of Sal's punishments, he had to give a presentation about not sweating the small stuff, and in it, it shows clips of the other 3 violating the sanctity of his home, like getting naked in his home. And in one of Murr's punishments, he had to entertain children, after which he received a live feed of the other 3 trashing his home, like destroying his television.
Murray filmed a movie in 1998, called "Damned!", which focuses on if Jesus Christ was a teenager in modern times. In the episode "Damned If You Do", his punishment was to watch his movie (which he is embarrassed by), and at the end, take credit for it and answer some questions.