Lots of sex in this episode, too. Sammi, reeling off of punching J-Woww and living to tell about it, seems to have put Ronnie's transgressions in the past. As a few more refs move in to pull the two pugilists apart, Sammi reaches over and glances Jenni's head with three quick rights. And her man, Dennis, didn't even seem like that much of a gorilla juice-head. But this time, we got to see what happened next—namely, every single cast member jumping in and trying to break the two girls up. So the episode ends not with anger as it began, but with love.
Some background: Sammi and Ronnie have been off and on, , for all of season two, and it has been unbearable to watch. The fight, which swallowed the first full 15 minutes of last night's and plenty of scenes after, was actually an appropriate intro for what was to come — possibly the most combative, hostile episode the show's ever had. It's just as creepy as it sounds. And isn't that what we all tune in every week to see? Later in the episode, the two scream at each other again. They fight and bite and fight! As the episode progresses, they both discover romantic interests. Angelina can't weigh more than 120 lbs.
Sammi and Ronnie seemed to have reconciled in the wake of the storm, Ronnie's happy that Sammi's not mad at her after the melee. The bell rings, and Jenni throws her trademark head push! Angelina has Jose, a gentleman caller who shocks the house when he buys her a Fossil watch before the two even smoosh, much to the shock of the boys in the house. This united front ends when they start playing the blame game. They end the night by climbing into bed together after a bizarre upside-down makeout session in a cab, in which Pauly D rubs Vinny's head as he smooches Angelina. My god, can you imagine the horror, not owning the respect of the Staten Island club scene? Surprisingly, The Situation and Pauly D got less action than everyone else this time around.
But show some respect, guys, she's classy—she works at Hooters. Sammi, instead of thanking the mysterious stranger, declares war. Good, he didn't do anything. J-Woww, sensing more drama, calls in sick with a couple broken nails to avoid conflict, and Angelina curses out Vinny while The Situation smiles and nods. So much for hating one another. She quickly combos the move, tossing Sammi to the ground, and the referees move in to break up the scrum.
Again, we watched the escalating tension that led to Jwoww blowing her top and physically attacking Sammi. Your usual Jersey Shore recapper Vicki Hyman is off this week. Congrats, Snook, although his insistence on cooking a full meal as she tried to drag him to the bedroom should have raised a red flag. Some evidence that, even in the most hostile of circumstances, true love can find its way? Vinny Guadagnino and Angelina Pivarnick square off early on — after all, it was Vinny tattling on Angelina that started the brawl in the first place — and the two trade barbs through almost the entire hour. .
It would explain this puzzling quote, as well as her idea that love and hate are the same thing. And yet, even with all their smooshing and yelling, our Staten Island heroes wind up inevitably drawn to each other. I'm not sure, but I think this might have been her first successful bedding of an out-of-house personality. . . .
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