September 24th, 2010
02:16 PM ET
What’s more entertaining than a girl-on-girl brawl between JWoww and Sammi? A fight between Angelina and The Situation, obviously. But I’ll get back to that.
Last night’s episode began as Pauly D and Rocio, the Cuban hottie he met at the club, finished up their romantic dinner for two. Vinny sat home, heartbroken, still wearing the new shirt he bought for his almost-date. And Angelina, Jose, Sammi and Ronnie wrapped up their double date.
On the way home from said double date, Sam and Ron hung back to gossip about the fact that Angelina has been cheating on Jose. How dare she. (Wait a sec - Didn’t Ronnie recently cheat on Sammi?)
“Jose is definitely getting played like a piano,” Ronnie said. And he would know.
Upon returning home, Angelina and Jose ready the Smush Room for a night of Birthday… spooning. Sorry Jose, tonight is not your lucky night.
The next morning, as the gang crowded around the Smush Scoreboard, The Situation poked fun at Angelina for only having slept with one guy (Vinny) since coming to Miami. Angelina then decided to lie about getting it on with Jose to shut The Situation up; however, that only made things worse for the Staten Island princess.
After Pauly woke up with his hair still fully in tact (how does it do that?), he and JWoww headed to the gelato shop. Rocio came in to visit and, from the looks of it, Pauly is still smitten with the girl. Though, given his tendency to turn girls into stalkers, he said he plans to take it slow. (We can only assume he’s referring to the girl from season one who called the duck phone about 237 times a day looking for him.)
When JWoww’s beau Tom finally made it to the house, he noticed she had a certain phone number written down. Despite telling him she never called the number, Tom said what every person on “Jersey Shore” says when they’re upset: “I’m done.”
Tom – We knew you weren’t really going to leave. 1. You didn’t take your bags with you. 2. Nobody on this show knows what “I’m done” means.
They make up shortly after and pick each other’s noses. Gross.
And then, the best time of the day: T-shirt time!
But this time we got a special musical rendition. “I’m just trying to let everybody know so they put their T-shirts on,” Pauly says.
Snooki meets a man in suit who she says looks like he just came from a funeral. Angelina hits on Snooki’s sloppy seconds… again. And The Situation meets a Canadian model at the club, but loses her after last call.
The next day… GTL time.
“If you don’t go the gym, you don’t look good. If you don’t tan, you’re pale. If you don’t do laundry, you don’t got no clothes,” The Situation says.
When they return home, there’s a note on the gate: “Samantha (we met at the club last night).” Her phone number is listed below. At first MVP assumes it’s a note for Sammi, but Mike eventually figures out that it’s from his Canadian model.
However, that doesn’t stop Pauly from placing the note on Sammi’s pillow, just to see if he can “create some excitement” between her and Ronnie. Fail.
Later that day, as The Situation cleaned the house for his girl of the moment, he noticed “a situation” on the bathroom floor. Angelina’s used feminine hygiene product was left chilling beside the garbage can. So, he did the only logical thing there is to do when that situation arises. He placed it under her pillow and bolted.
When Angelina, her friend Gina and the random guy she met at the beach get back to the house, she notices her bed has been tampered with. She’s embarrassed to discover the surprise Mike left under her pillow, especially in front of the new guy she’s planning to cheat on Jose with. (Probably.) But nothing is more embarrassing than what ensues.
When The Situation gets home, she calls him out for what he did, adding that he looks like Popeye on crack. He then calls her a floozy – in a sense – causing her to charge him with her fist. My money is on The Situation.
What did you think of last night’s episode?
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