Jersey Shore 3, episode 2 recap: Guess what? Sammi and Ronnie are still fighting
Last week we met up with the old crew and were introduced to Deena, the "dirty chihuahua" (Sammi's nickname, not ours) who came attached to Snooki. This week we pick back up with the Jersey Shoreans mid-fight, with Jwoww and Sammi coming to actual blows as Ronnie and MVP (Michael "The Situation," Vinny and Pauly D) look on like cowards. Unfortunately, this flat cat fight is an accurate indicator of the bleak season ahead: All the girl spats, tanning and grenade-smashing in the world can't make The Jersey Shore interesting this time around.
But we follow along as things chill out, and Sammi tries to level with Ronnie while the hair-extension trifecta of Jwoww, Snooks and the Gremlin go on the roof to drink more and attempt to use a hammock -- which is, of course, a total failure. Eventually, everyone passes out, drunken or otherwise. The next morning the dudes (plus Sammi) hit the gym and the girls go tanning, all in preparation for their first night out.
Old haunt Karma is the first stop, where Vinny acquires a stalker. A parasite, if you will. Meanwhile, the Situation is gathering his usual cadre of grenades, pulling his shirt up at any self-created opportunity. Snooki disappears into a bush -- er, a plastic plant on the patio of the club -- and Jwoww decides this means it's time to go home. Once back at the house, personal shit hits the fan. J calls her boyfriend Tom to whine about some inanely mundane bracelet-losing story -- and forgets it's their anniversary. Tom hangs up on her. On television. Ouch.
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