VH1 launched a new series last night with the subtle title My Big Friggin' Wedding. It follows some lovely Jersey and Long Island girls as blushing brides, really anticipating their magical walk down the aisle. Basically, it's Bridezillas meets Jersey Shore meets My Super Sweet 16 with a dash of Teen Mom thrown in for good measure. Five couples are planning their big day, and we flip between them seeing how they all cope. While I can't see it having the same pop culture success as Jersey Shore, there is an addictive trainwreck quality about this show that makes it hard to look away from.
As a native of New Jersey and a witness to the increasing population of guidos in my predominantly Italian town way before MTV's cash cow Jersey Shore aired last year, I decided to re-explore the very location that I once vacationed at as a child, which has now become the epicenter of a cultural phenomenon. So, prepared to see sights that I could never forget (try as I might), I voyaged to where MTV has started filming the third season of the show: the Seaside Heights boardwalk. Or, as my peers and I have always called it, Sleazeside Heights.
Looks like Greendale is taking an extended winter break.
Don't let the Shore door hit you on the way out.
Movie over Jay, Dave and Conan -- here comes Vinny.
With all the damage incurred by Hurricane Sandy, the cast of Jersey Shore is stepping in to do their part in the coast's recovery.
Wearing clothing is just not that difficult.
We really hate when people waste our time.
Does anyone else have that "On Top of Spaghetti" song in their head after Deena's solo drinking day? Until she finds a partner, we'll look at the people who were truly awful this week and not just merely sad and pathetic.
It's just understood that Aviva and Teresa are two of the worst human beings on the planet at this point, but we've left them off the list (for now!) to make room for other terrible people.
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