Jersey Shore Damage Report: Love Guido-Style and Magical Glasses
Last we saw the Jersey Shore-ites, Ronnie had gone on a drunken King Kong rampage. He called Sammi the C-word and then scaled the tallest building in South Beach -- well, OK, the stage and coaches at B.E.D. -- in search of skanks. Eventually, he reached the pinnacle by tripple-kissing some "grenades" before falling hard down to Earth. It was booty that killed the beast.
So the episode begins with Ronnie coming home and bragging about how he was going to sleep with Sammi after a night of skank snogging, which even the Situation and Pauly D thought was a disgusting action deprived of the very basic tenets of human decency. When you start disgusting those guys, you know you have a problem.
Sammi, though, instead of kicking him out of bed, welcomes him and they snuggle all night, which is, well, not so bright.
The next morning, Ronnie, who barely remembers a thing from the night before, decides he needs to cover his tracks. The best way to do this, he decides, is to discuss it with everyone in the house. He tells everyone: JWoww, Snooki, random people on the street. He sees a new guy in the house a few times and starts to tell him about it until he realizes the guy is his own reflection in the mirror.
Pauly D institutes Ronnie as the president and number one client of the "I'm Fucked Foundation," which is pretty accurate.
Somehow this works. Sammi catches bits and pieces, and she probably has an idea of what went on, but, sigh, she's a dumb girl who will do anything for the love of the shaved gorilla, so they decide to get back together. They cement this by going to the tattoo parlor together.
In fact, most major religions and leading psychologists say the best way to deal with your problems is by getting a tattoo, so that's what Ronnie does. So Sam Sam and Ron Ron (their new couple name is Samantha Ronson, BTW) get back together to be boring together until they fight again, only to get back together, fight some more, and on and on and on.
Before we get to the Angelina matter, other things happen. Most important, the story of Snooki's magical crystal sunglasses.
They are a pricey $395, but that's a small amount to pay, because Snooki realizes that with these magical glasses, she can see into the depths of the human soul, and even though most souls are nasty, disgusting places, she kind of likes it. Yes, she likes feeling nasty.
Never mind that she cannot see anything five feet in front of her in the glasses, but she can see SOULS.
Poor Snooki, always having to live like she's a friggin' pilgrim in the '20s.
So with Snooki's few comedy sketches out of the way, it's time to jump into the magnificent social exhile Angelina has gotten herself into.
Snooki and JWoww already have beef with Angelina because apparently she's been talking shit about them and all of their friends since leaving the house during season one. JWoww knows because her mob friends have informed her; friends like J420, Johnny Eggs, Matty Meatballs, Nicky Parmesan, Betty Spaghetti, Jackie Tuna Melt, Craig Green Bean Casserole, Kelly Three Cheese Platter, oh, and Bill. Can't forget bill.
JWoww threatens to beat her ass, but this is just what JWoww does. She threatens to beat everyone's asses. It is the only way she knows.
Latter the crew hits up B.E.D. again, and Angie starts crawling up the leg of some blonde chick who likes the sensation of rat paws on her body and starts dancing with her. This all goes well until Angie gets bored, and drunk. More drunk than bored really.
See, Pauly D is busy macking on some chick on the corner. Angie finds out that this chick happens to be married or some such. This just infuriates her, even though she was dating a married man during season one.
She intercepts and tells Pauly she loves him, and Pauly replies with "thank you."
So what did the crew destroy this episode:
- The reputation of B.E.D. is pretty much ruined after appearing not only in two episode of Jersey Shore so far, but also Bad Girls Club and Basketball Wives. Desperate much?
- The tattoo parlor had to replace the chair Ronnie sat on for four hours after the combination of his juiced up back sweat and hair gel literally burned a hole through it.
- Planet Sushi, which was briefly featured, was once a quiet, affordable restaurant with good food, but now will forever be known as the Jersey Shore's favorite raw fish source.
- Trashy Slutty Couture Boutique, or whatever, will probably actually get a bump in sales from their target costumer after this, but the sales clerk who sold Snooki her glasses was fired after realizing that the glasses were not for sale, but rather a family heirloom of the owners passed down generation to generation, and if they ever fall into the wrong hands, well, lets just say it could destroy us all.