Amy tells us about Deena's lesbian times in Italy and we get to relive her making out and hooking up with girls. Including Snooki, multiple times. Grossing everyone else out. Amy points out that Deena's boyfriend, Chris, is here. He's laughing in the audience. Amy asks what it was about Italy and Deena says she was single at that point (although, lesbehonest, Snooki was not), and looking for whatever in Italy. She says the guys there were so weird, but she's thankfully found an amazing guy now. Pauly: "Lesbehonest." Jenni and Snooki say all girls have done it, no matter what they say. Sam says she hasn't. Snooki's weird teeth say something that gets bleeped. And then Snooki says she just likes to love her friends sometimes when she's drunk. Deena's strip-tease for Mike takes us to commercial.
Weird grenade whistle scene I don't even remember brings us back. Amy promises the studio is a grenade-free zone. Now we get a Vinny and Pauly bro-love montage, complete with love story music and hugs and manicures. Amy asks Pauly how they keep the fire alive and they say it's role-playing. Deena swears she watched them do sex in Italy and they are like, "What?!" Then Pauly says, "I feel." Amy tells them how refreshing it is to see a healthy relationship on TV and asks them to do their fist pump, pushup, chap stick routine for old time's sake. They do it, but it's not as funny as it once was.
Amy takes us from Snooki sticking her ass in a fridge to talking about Hurricane Sandy. Classy segue, MTV. We get to watch the gang go back to Seaside after the hurricane and Danny at the Shore Store. Snooki -- who didn't have ugly fake teeth yet -- cries. Pauly believes they can bring this place back and have it popping again by next summer. Amy asks Danny what happens if Seaside doesn't come back and he says it's coming back, stronger than ever. Everyone cheers. Amy says fans have donated, but tells us how to keep donating via text or MTV. But I'm going to assume you can figure out how to donate to help Seaside yourself without MTV's assistance. Drunk Uncle Nino clip toasts us into a Buckwild commercial. I know it's not just me noticing the stark contrast between everything else on MTV and their attempts to be humanitarians when it comes to Hurricane Sandy.