Ciao! Sta sera, e stata la premiere di “Jersey Shore.” La banda è in Italia. In genere, e stato molto bello episodio. Qui è il buono, il brutto, e il WTF momenti. Buon divertimento!
Translation of my terrible Italian: Hello! Last night was the premiere of “Jersey Shore.” The gang is in Italy. In general, this was a wonderful episode. Here are the good, the bad, and the WTF moments. Please enjoy!
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You guys, the “Jersey Shore” season four trailer is so gross. Does this mean I’m not going to watch it? No. In fact, I’m already planning a “Jersey Shore” season premiere viewing party with soppressata and limoncello shots. You’re only allowed to come if you’ve got a fake tan and something with an Ed Hardy label. But leave your ‘roid rage at the door, please!
After the jump, the five grossest things about the season four “Jersey Shore” season four trailer: Keep reading »
Look at that. We have another celebrity parent tell-all in the works. Frank Sorrentino—pops to Mike “The Situation” Sorrentino of “Jersey Shore” fame—said that he is in the process of selling a book about his son. And it’s not going to be a nice one. “I’m calling Mike on his s***,” Frank wrote in a blog post. “I covered for Mike his entire life and when I needed his help he left me hanging.”
Here’s the thing: The Situation is kind of an open book. I mean, we already know that he will screw anything with a pulse if he has a drink in his hand. But Frank says there is much more dirt. For example… Keep reading »
Lord, what have we done? Am I not tithing enough? Am I too mean to my mother? Is this because I kicked my parents’ dog when he was begging under the table during Easter dinner? Why, oh why, has The Situation been given his own TV show? Mike Sorrentino has signed a series development deal with MTV and will start filming later this year. Although no plans are specific yet, no good can come of this. Imagine all that booze-infused date rape-y douchiness distilled into one show.
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A couple weeks ago, I caught the nasty cold that’s been going around. Coughing, feverish, and too tired to leave my couch, I drew the blinds and searched for comfort in the Netflix “instant watch” section. Instead I found Jersey Shore Season 2. I’d never seen the show before and thought this might be a good time to check it out and see what all the fuss is about. I ended up watching the entire season, continuously–all 13 hours of it.
I didn’t eat. I didn’t sleep. I had no interaction with any other human beings. The sun set outside my apartment sometime during episode 11, cloaking the world in darkness, and by the time the credits rolled for the season finale, I would barely recognize the person I’d become. Maybe watching one or two episodes of Jersey Shore is a fun thing to do every once in awhile, but taking in an entire season in one sitting will absolutely ruin your life. Here’s how… Keep reading »
“By the way, who’s John Boehner? Check it out. Doesn’t his name sound like boner? Anyone notice that? … Hey, Snoop Dogg, Donald Trump and your ancestors had a lot in common — they owned real estate, and your ancestors were property! … This is my first time doing comedy!”
—Mike “The Situation” Sorrentino of “Jersey Shore” taking a turn at the mic last night at Donald Trump’s Comedy Central roast. He got booed and heckled off stage. He should clearly stick to GTLing. [NY Post] Keep reading »
Mike “The Situation” Sorrentino
has a beefcake workout video for sale — you knew
that was coming — and the bloopers reel is more entertaining than Deena in panties and a cowboy hat. There’s nothing quite as fun as watching “Jersey Shore”
‘s biggest ego mess up his lines and get ragged on by the super-hot chick in his exercise video. Maybe he was just hungover? [YouTube
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“There’s only so long you can rule the reality world. Maybe another year or so of reality, and then I’m gonna graduate to movies. … It’s like Michael Jordan. There’s only so long you can keep winning them rings.”
—Mike “The Situation” Sorrentino tells E! Online that he will most likely be leaving “Jersey Shore” in a year to pursue acting. Right, because his year and a half of GTLing on the show is so very similar to Jordan’s two decade basketball career. Humility is so underrated. [Huffington Post] Keep reading »