Jersey Shore

Season 1 Episode 9

That's How the Shore Goes

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Aired Thursday 10:00 PM Jan 21, 2010 on MTV - Music Television
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Ronnie is released from jail and the guys comfort Snooki after she has an encounter with her ex-boyfriend. The housemates reflect on their time at the Shore as summer draws to a close, but not before one final house hot tub hook up.

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  • i think that jersey shore is one of the most awesome show ever and pauly d is so sexy and vinny too

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    i thiink jersey shore is one of the most awesome show ever and pauly d is so sexy and vinny too. sammy is so braty and a cry baby.jenni is the most outgoin one of them all out pf the girls so sammy and angleina need to go some where. ever since the first season i have been a big fan .i think pauly and jenni should go out and get it over with cuz they make a good couple no lie.my favorite charters are pauly and jenni mike is a messy person and i am your biggest fan in the world.moreless

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    • Music featured in this episode:
      "You Don't Say" by Hero Pattern
      "The Science Works For Us" by The Brutes
      "Whore" by Another Cynthia
      "Million BC" by Flyntsones
      "Birds and Bees" by Saundi Wilson
      "Edge of the World" by National Skyline
      "Look In My Eyes" by National Skyline
      "Mend Me" by Echo Revolution
      "Time Lapse" by Hero Pattern
      "Alcohol" by Josh Grondin
      "Long Way To Go" by Lights Resolve
      "Luck and Love" by Jonas Sees In Color

  • ALLUSIONS (1)

    • Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory (1974)


      When Snooki is upset after seeing her ex-boyfriend, Vinny turns to her and says, "Cheer up, Charlie".
      'Cheer Up, Charlie' is a song from the 1974 movie Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory sung to protagonist Charlie Bucket by his mother when he cannot find a Golden Ticket and is saddened by it.

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