All right! All right! Q is our loser. No. Now, Q, do you know
what people don’t like? Now, Q, do you know
what people don’t like? When they come out of a place and someone
is touching their car. You know what they like
even less? When someone’s leaving a note
on their car. You know what they like even less? Is when we print
that note for you. [ Laughter ] Murr: Q doesn’t know what
any of the notes say. We wrote every single page
for him. We’re gonna tell him
which page number to leave. I don’t like when I’m in
confrontational situations. Sal: Well, you picked
the wrong line of work. Murr: There you go, Q. This car just pulled up. Q, leave the 22nd note
on this woman’s car. Don’t look at the note. I’m not looking
at the notes. Just the page number. Here we go.
Go, Q, go! Joe: She’s walking out. Sal: Now she sees you. Oh, oh, oh, oh, oh. Now she sees you. Oh, hey. I was just, uh, dropping you a quick note. You left a note that says, “You cut me off, so I placed a single booger on your car. We’re even.” “You cut me off, so I
placed a booger…” Yeah, on your car. Thanks. We’re even now. I wouldn’t use this handle is all I’m saying. Okay? I got ya. Tony Gunk,
booger police. Okay. Thank you. Wow. Not bad. Wow, what a nice lady. How is this going all okay? I know, how are you
not getting pummeled? Q, page 21. Go put that on his car. -Here he comes.
-Wow, that was quick. He’s coming out.
Ready, go, Q, go. He’s coming out.
Ready, go, Q, go. Yeah! Oh, hey, how’s it going, man? Oh, I was just, uh —
dropped a little note. Here’s what the note says, Q. “I noticed you at the light. I can send you a full butt pic
to see if you’re game. Hit me up,”
and your phone number. Hit me up,”
and your phone number. [ Laughter ] [ Laughter ] ♪♪ Not —
So, not game? Not game. [ Laughter ] He doesn’t want a full butt pic? Q, note number 16,
the last white car. Here she comes. Hi, how you doing? Oh, good, good. Sorry, just leaving you
a little note. leaving you a little note. All right, cool. Yes. Thank you. Murr: The note reads,
“I hit your car lady. Like, you probably won’t notice, but I got to do
the right thing,” and it says your phone number. ♪♪ Hey, she’s pulling out
without reading it. [ Laughter ] What’s that? I don’t even think
you’ll notice it. I was walking by it and I kind of stumbled, and I just, like, went “oh” and I just — didn’t hit it with my car.
Didn’t say that. I-I knocked into it
and I just hit it and I didn’t even think
you’d notice, but I don’t — I was taught never to hit a person’s car and not write a note and do it. Okay, I appreciate it. I appreciate it.
Thank you. Bye now. Bye now. Phew.
Whoa! He got away on a technicality. How does this episode end
if everybody’s super cool? How does this episode end
if everybody’s super cool? Well, I have an idea.
Come down here for a second. Oh, [bleep]. Joe: Enough with the notes. Time to fill her up. This is not what we said in the intro. Go siphon some gas. People in Jersey
are too friendly. We got to stoke this. Siphon gas from every car in the parking lot. This isn’t the punishment though. It is now. Oh, God. I — Okay. Oh, yeah. You know, you got
to up the game. That’s the problem,
you were too good at it. Q, you know the unique thing
about a pickup truck is the gas cap opens. -It’s not locked.
-Yeah. Open that up, buddy. Oh, my — I hate touching people’s cars. You guys are gonna
get me killed. -Here we go, Q.
-Here we go. Joe: Oh! It’s on. What’s that? No, no, no. It’s not what it looks like. No, no, no. It’s not what it looks like. Is this your truck? Yeah. No, no, no. No, no, no, no. Come on, buddy.
Hightail it. All right. It’s just that this is the one with the open. Well, I wasn’t actually stealing the gas. What are you doing? I was about to steal the gas. Oh, oh, oh, oh. All right. Say, uh, have you ever heard of the TV show “Impractical Jokers”? [ Laughter ] [ Laughter ] Oh, my God!