Next morning, everyone's looking like hell when Snooki comes over to have Meatball auditions for Deena. Snooki thinks everyone is trying to be a Meatball this year, because it's fun to party and get drunk and shit, but no one's actually auditioned, so Snooki is going to be the judge since she's the initial party girl. They stop at a party store to get fun stuff for the day, and also to get prizes for whoever wins.
Sam and Ron head out on a date. Sam says it's a date for them to just spend some time alone together because that never happens. Ron thinks they've grown up and matured and they now feel comfortable and want to be with each other. Sam thinks it's cute that Nicole's having a baby, and says in five or ten years, they can have one. She asks what happens if it's a girl, and Ron says, "I'm pushing it back in."
Meatball auditions. The girls decide contestants have to do four shots without throwing up; then do a body shot off an old man; and a bunch of other stupid stuff. They head to boardwalk and start shouting about their Meatball auditions. They find a table full of people who are willing to audition, so they start with the four shots. Then Snooki finds a "gross old man" for body shots. She brings him over, and is really surprised that these girls are really ready for this, and not creeped out at all. (Also, the guy is not that old or that gross.) Now the Meatballs who are left have to go put on a beard, clown shoes and a fairy hat and have to go up to someone and say "Merp." They all do it, and Deena is laughing so hard she keeps saying she's going to pee herself. She can't believe these people are doing what she says. And neither can I. People must be really drunk at the Jersey Shore. Now it's time to choose the winners, and they are down to three girls: Belize. Sicilian. And Scotland. They choose all three and spray them with silly spray. Snooki tells Deena goodbye, and she's glad she found girls. "I love you. Please don't get arrested."
Sam and Ron are going to play mini-golf because he insists that he let her win on their first date. "But this isn't our first date anymore." She's out to prove herself. But Ron keeps hitting holes-in-one. He asks if she believes him now that he let her win, and I think she does. They walk to the second meal of their date hand in hand, then head home as it starts to get dark.