I don’t want to turn this website into my own personal breakdown of what is and isn’t cool with the concept of incest, whether it be societal or straight familially coitus type of incest. But with that said, the concept of having a threesome with two sisters or twins or twins who are also sisters… wait, what? Anyway, the idea of partaking in such an act is pretty disgusting to me. I guess if you weren’t to think about the actual parts being involved and just saw two similar looking girls then it would be appeasing, but the Circumstance is actually treading into the waters of making two members of the same family participate in a sex act.
I don’t know what’s more disgusting: the levels of incest the Circ is bringing into the show or the fact that he hooked up with Snooki multiple times.
Never mind. It’s still Snooki.
And with that, let’s get on to the recap! Continue reading
Normally, if I were going to recap a show, I’d just try to pick out one main idea or thought-provoking moment and then try to expand on that. I’d try to find the redeeming quality of the episode or overall message and make sense of it in how it can relate to all of us.
This is a Jersey Shore recap. There are no redeeming qualities. It’s not that I hate the show or hate the people on the show. Well, that’s not exactly true. I hate pretty much everybody on the show. The women are repulsive inside and out. The Circumstance is brilliant at marketing himself, but not someone I’m even remotely interested in. Ronnie is like the entire cast of characters from The Program molded into one domestic-violencing, poor reading skill-having short guy.
And then there’s Vinny and Pauly D.
I love Vinny and Pauly D. They are the reasons I come back to watching this show as much as I do. I don’t catch every episode. But if there is a marathon on, I’ll check in for a couple hours. Vinny went from the sweet Italian kid to just this guy looking to get laid. He’s taking advantage of his “celebrity” by hooking up with as many women as possible. It’s not a great act by any means, but he’s at least being honest about who he is.
Pauly on the other hand might be the most lovable reality television personality of all time. He is the happiest person I’ve ever seen on TV. He is excited about EVERYTHING. He wants to explore their opportunity in Italy. He wants everybody to get along and have a good time. He’s even willing to bite the bullet with Dino (I know her name is Deena but she’s a bit too manly looking for me to call her anything other than Dino) in order for her to have a good time.
Want a reason to watch Jersey Shore? Their dynamic duo-ed-ness is THE BEST REASON to watch, unless you have a fascination for brewing domestic disturbance. Continue reading