I’m certain if you’re reading this, you’re most likely already a die-hard fan of the epic television masterpiece, Jersey Shore–the reality TV phenomenon that introduced the world to remarkable human beings like Snooki, The Situation, and DJ Paulie D. Because you’re such a fan of the show, you’ve no doubt heard that MTV has picked up the series for a second season (thank god) to be set at Miami Beach in Florida.
After the first season finale, and several episodes marred with controversy, cat fights, douchebaggery, and punching a chick in the face, rumors had already popped up for a second season with an entirely new cast.
But, alas–the astounding and unfounded popularity of several “characters” in the original cast led MTV to let this band of irritating fucks continue on documenting their rampaging immaturity for another season.
They’ve already caused enough mayhem and debauchery in New Jersey (as if that’s even possible), so why not let them ruin the reputation of another beach town? This time, in Miami.
Before the decision was made to move the show down South, rumors were floating around that the new set for Jersey Shore would be Sea Isle City in New Jersey–a totally chill place when it’s not a buzzing hive of pricks and cunts.
As of yet, there is no set date for when the show will air (as it just started shooting in late March 2010), but sources have informed us that the cast may have been moved already! A reliable source has informed us that the cast and crew of Jersey Shore have been removed from Miami and set up shop in good ol’ Jersey for the remainder of their shooting schedule. According to rumor, the shores of Jersey were happy to have them back–for tourism purposes.
And you know what that means! I’m going to fucking Sea Isle this weekend.
If you think you’re up for it, check out the trailer here…but don’t say I didn’t warn you.
Watch out for such great lines as, “You’re the Kryptonite to my fucking tan.”…”It hurts my vagina!”…and…”Miami, bitches!”
If you haven’t seen Jersey Shore yet–or would never admit to it–don’t start watching now. The show exists merely to stir up water-cooler chats (or whatever the equivalent would be to unemployed 20-somethings) and to reel in the same audience it achieved last season.
It’s your call now–because if the show does horribly (and it should), MTV would never consider bringing it back…and we can go back to the good old days; the happy-go-lucky time when we didn’t know that these people existed. We can do it, my friends. We can go back.