The Situation is Grim…

I can see why millions tune in to Jersey Shore. I do, I get it. Curiosity. When I heard there were people on the show with names like “Snookie” and “The Situation”, I too was intrigued and thought to myself: This has got to be a magical show with epic storytelling that involves rainbows and unicorns of some kind. I was wrong…

What I can’t understand is why people keep watching. On the other hand, it was an inspiration for one of my favorite episodes of Bones thus far. So, for that I am grateful for the existence of Jersey Shore. 


“This is called the crab; it will intimidate him!”
I suppose in some form or another we are all slaves to the machines!
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5 comments

  1. Auto Title Loans · May 11, 2011

    I would be lying if I didn't admit that I watched an episode or 6. I think it has to do with a cross of people feeling better about their poor choices and the fascination that people like this actually exist. What I don't get is how they end up so rich…
    Ava

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  2. Leslie Moon · April 20, 2011

    I have never seen nor do I have the desire to ever see an episode of Jersey Shore. Bones, however, is an awesome show…one of my favorites.

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  3. Haven · April 20, 2011

    I second Carole's response whole heartedly.

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  4. Carole · April 19, 2011

    “A book commits suicide…..every time you watch Jersey Shore” along with your brain cells! Thanks for the great post.

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  5. Yvonne · April 19, 2011

    I disagree with your, I DO NOT/CANNOT understand why anyone would watch that show (Jersey Shore).

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