Tuesday, December 1, 2015

Move in day at 'Jersey Shore'

The gang's back in Seaside Heights

Move in day at ‘Jersey Shore’



Just when you thought it was safe to go back in the water! The oleaginous eight are on the beach.

Yes, they’re back. The Jersey Shore crew took possession yesterday of their now notorious Sodom-with-shingles house in Seaside Heights to begin taping season six.

The first to arrive was the Situation (Mike Sorrentino) in a Jeep with GTL vanity plates. Shouldn’t that read GOTL? Gym, oil, tan, laundry. Just asking.

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Anyway, this preemptive strike was a rare strategically smart move by the Situation. (Maybe he learned something in drug rehab.) He knows nobody wants to room with him, so by arriving first he can scope out a bed where he can’t possibly be frozen out by the group again. They will have to let him play their reindeer games.

In short order, Nicole, Vinny, Pauly D, Sammy, and Ronnie had piled in. Later in the afternoon, JWoww and Snooki made an appearance. The girls’ spinoff series debuts on June 21 on MTV.

The big twist on this season: Snooki is six months pregnant. To avoid the party-‘til-you-puke atmosphere in the main house she will be bunking elsewhere. (US magazine reports that Snooki has the adjoining building.) Snooki’s concern for her unborn child’s welfare is commendable. Now about those heels you’re wearing, girl…

Wouldn’t it be funny if a sober Snooki looked at all her erstwhile friends staggering around and slurring nonsense at 3 in the morning and said, “You guys is meatheads. I’m outta here!”



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