The second season of Jersey Shore promises to be action-packed! Saturday night, some guy was less-than-respectful to Snooki and JWoww, so Snickers slapped him, then threw food and booze at him. (He threw a drink on her, too).
On last night's episode, Jules Kirby's disrespect and frequent tantrums at the hotel where she's living became too much for the staff. She was asked to leave, leading her to take out her frustration on the show's production crew.
Last night's episode finally got around to introducing Devorah Rose, who's used her invented status as editor-in-chief of a magazine we've never seen for sale anywhere to insinuate herself into society circles, as well as several different reality shows.
After last week's premiere, during which she made bigoted remarks, Jules Kirby claimed her lines were scripted (which producers denied). On last night's episode, she berated a minority woman, telling her how things are done in "our country."
The cast of Tinsley Mortimer's reality show are like a social disease—irritating and gross. Jules Kirby, for one, brags that her friends aren't gay, fat, Jewish or black and that the n-word "really should be okay to say."