Kendra, who never met a reality TV show she did not like, and Hank are the only marriage couple in the cast. “We needed the help and we really needed to focus on what our real issues were and what we need to do to solve them,” saidKendra, on why she and Hankjoined that cast in the midst of Hank’s cheating scandal. “We went in fighting each other, we went out fighting the world. That is where we remain right now.” See the season 3 premiere party pictures below!
Our favorite reality TV stars cannot get enough of the spotlight during their regularly scheduled time slots, so they take to social media to share even more of their daily lives with us. And we love them for it! Here’s a roundup of some of our favorite photos from this week. Enjoy!
Above: Peter Thomas shared, “On the road again, me and my baby, like Bonnie and Clyde, got to get that money.”
Former Jersey Shore star Mike 'The Situation' Sorrentino was arrested yesterday outside of a tanning salon of all places. But he was not there to GTL (Gym.Tan.Laundry.). The Situation actually co-owns the Boca Tanning Club with his family and the fight was between him and his brother Frank.
But the real question is…was this a fight or a 'fight.' Mike and the rest of his family are getting set to return to our TVs — please excuse me while I gag — on the TV Guide Network's The Sorrentinos. Which will follow Mike and his family as they open — gasp! — a tanning salon. What better way to drum up a little publicity than by getting arrested outside of the business that will be featured on the show!
We've got a situation here. I blame people's awareness on how harmful UV rays are…and that's a positive. The only good summer color comes from a bottle that may or may not turn your ankles and palms orange. But isn't orange the way the kids from Jersey Shore taught us how to roll?
Mike "The Situation" Sorrentino and crew took take pride in having a skin tones that rival that of an Oompah Loompah, so it's no surprise that post-reality show fame, Sitch has attempted to capitalize on the GTL lifestyle that made him a household name. Unfortunately for the employees of his tanning salon, things haven't been so rosy.
I'll admit, my fist pumping has turned into more of a fist wrist flick. Not only did the Jersey Shore end, it ended with a fizzle, not a grenade. It was time, and although I love my gross, orange, drunk, poorly dressed friends, that finale was just too tame. Don't get me wrong…I wasn't looking for alcohol infused antics, but these roommates have shown us time and again that they can entertain without being totally wasted. The pranks, rascal races, family dinners, and meatball auditions were hilarious. The series finale was not.
So, earlier last night we watched the end of an overly tanned, liquor-infused, fist-pumping era. I'll admit, while Paula's cake to Mike was ridiculously disgusting and disturbing, I giggled a bit…and for that, I'm ashamed. Even if the house thought it was funny, it wasn't okay. At all. Now, it's time for the Jersey Shore reunion.
We revisit seasons past: t-shirt time, Snooki's initial entrance into the house, and Vinny's faux hawk. The gang jokes about how their random sayings work their way into the conversations of us regular folks before showing a highlight reel of many roommate fights. While they are all about throwing punches and pulling hair, they can laugh it off knowing they were quick to forgive once everyone got sober. For once, Snooki's hair is more orange than her skin. Cue a duck phone montage. Everyone jokes about Mike's final beat down of the poor mallard.