Between-commercials deleted scene, the final cut: Roger carries a giant barbecue upstairs to their deck, as all the guys are amazed. He's a mess, but they don't have any clothes that fit him in the house to replace the charcoal-covered T-shirt.
Last night. They all head up to the deck to hang out and remember all they've been through together. Vinny thinks it's bittersweet, because as much as they hate each other sometimes. They remember the first night when Nicole showed up and made out with everyone and was all, "Party's here!" She thinks she's grown up a lot from coming here at 21. She says she's the same person, just older. Then they reminisce about the guy punching Snooki in the face. They all can't even believe some guy would hit a girl. That's the first night they all really felt like they were a family. Vinny says it was the worst thing to see, but it did bring them all together. They remember Deena's first day, when she got all naked in front of Mike. She's like, "Oops. Oh well. What are you gonna do?" They even reminisce about Jenni and Pauly hooking up a little bit. Then how at bedtime, she was like, "I gotta call my boyfriend." She owns up to it, but she says that guy was a douche anyway, so she's glad it happened and that she met Roger. She says meeting him is another reason the Jersey Shore changed her life together.
Pauly says they'll never forget this place, because they've all been through so much. Vinny says no one else can understand what they've gone through together. They all say they're family and no one else can share their bond or memories. Sadly, some of us have to also live with the memories, since we watched six seasons of this. Thankfully, we don't have to share the bond.
Final morning, Pauly wakes everyone up by banging on a pot for the final time. He says he's getting too old for it, but he really loves it. Mike and Jenni cook up breakfast and Mike says he'll miss cooking for them. Mike gets teary as he says this is so sad, because they've been through so much that no one will ever understand. At the table, they tell each other they're the best friends they've ever had and Pauly jokes they're the biggest dysfunctional family he's ever had. Snooki says it's not really hitting her that they're not going to ever have breakfast or sit at this table or be in this house together. Vinny remembers coming to the house and wondering how he'd live with all these crazy tanned, muscle-bound, chap-sticked Guidos. But now he's walking away with best friends who are exactly those people.