They knew it had gone too far. There was absolutely no doubt about it. It wasn’t just a big joke anymore. This was… serious.
Joe and Murr sat in a plaza, debating over whether it was more socially acceptable to be gay or lesbian while Sal and Q watched in amusement.
“I think it is better to be lesbian because there is such thing as a tomboy, BUT there is no such thing as a girlboy.”
“Yeah, that’s called a Murr.” Joe retorted.
“Are you calling me gay?!”
“Then you are too!!”
“I never said I wasn’t.”
At that all 3 other guys, did a spit take,” Say what!?”
Murr sat there gaping as Sal and Q just stood there in shock. Joe smirked, did a bow, and started to walk off. Murr stood there for a few minutes not knowing what to do before running after Joe.
“Whoa, whoa, whoa….. You’re gay?”
“Yep.” He said as if were no big deal.
“And you never told us because……..”
“I just didn’t want to.” He answered, casually.
“We’re your best friends!! Since like… 9th grade and you’ve never told us?”
He just started to walk away.
He kept on.
“Why, Joe? Why?!”
“Because I… just leave me alone. I’m not dealing with you right now.”
“What!? Joe!! Come on!!”
“I said… LEAVE ME ALONE!!!!! I’M NOT DEALING WITH THIS RIGHT NOW… AND IF YOU CAN’T ACCEPT THAT THEN…… I QUIT IMPRACTICAL JOKERS!!”
Murr’s eyes widened,” No!! Joe!! You can’t…. you… you wouldn’t do that. You love it. You love the show… You love getting to hang out with us every day acting like a bunch of retards… You love that…”
“I don’t wanna…. You know what…. Wanna know why I’m leaving?”
“Umm……. YES!!” Murr blurted out.
Joe walked over to him.
Sal glanced over at Q,” What’s going on? What is he doing?”
“I have NO idea, but we have to get down there before something bad happens.” Q replied as they ran out of the studio and to the downtown plaza. As soon as they got there, they were greeted by the shocking sight of Joe kissing Murr. As soon as he finished, he ran off. Seconds later, they all received two letter texts.