TV shows often make me shake my head in disgust. And more often than not, I find myself nearly smashing the television because the show currently on couldn’t possibly get any worse than anything that’ll be created in the future.
Well, after seeing Jersey Shore in action, my amazement hit an all-time high.
The first season was a compilation of stupidity, fighting, drinking and partying, all of which do not contribute anything positive to the world. The entire cast comprised of Snooki (whatever the hell that means), Jenni “JWOWW” (again, retarded), Mike “The Situation” (which came about due to his uncanny ability to be a fuckface and start fights), Deena (no comment), Ronnie, Sammi, Vinnt, Pauly-D and Angelina.
So, half of the names are retarded and half of them are not, but you can bet a million dollars on the fact that 100 percent of these people are retarded.
Anyway, this crowd of misfits party it up, start some scripted drama that was rehearsed at the direction of the director and producer (shocker!), and then go to sleep at night. These assholes get paid millions of dollars to do this, by the way.
End of season one.
Yes, that is all that happens. Sure, people bang each other and all of that non-sense, but really, that is not even worth mentioning.
Let’s move on to season two.
Where are these people now? Miami!
Hang on a minute. Jersey Shore, a TV show with the name of the state of New Jersey in it, is being filmed in Miami, Florida. If that wasn’t confusing enough, they’re basically doing the same shit that they were doing in Jersey that they’re now doing in Miami.
How is this possible? Is America really that stupid? Well, yeah. Unfortunately, stupid people are sucked in by stupid shows, so no surprise there.
We are now up to episode 13 in season two, and I don’t want to give anything away, but they’re drinking, fighting and partying! Get out of here! No way.
With so many quality programs out there like The Walking Dead, Boardwalk Empire and Alcatraz, there really is no reason to watch mindless television. Watching shows with actual plots and storylines is much more engrossing, and you’ll actual feel like you’ve taken something away after watching each episode every week.
You take nothing away from watching Jersey Shore. Save your brain cells and use them on quality television.
Visuals: 6/10 – There’s nothing special here, but they do get the job done. Basic camera angles, lack of interesting camera work.
Quality 2/10 – The reason a one wasn’t given was because you would literally need to have a blank screen or less to get a one. Then again…
Design 1.5/10 – Again, you would be hard pressed to find anything artistic about this drivel.
Overall – 3/10 – It’s hard to make a show this terrible. In fact, you’d have to try your hardest to accomplish this. Jersey Shore Season Two passes the terrible mark with flying colors. Kill it with fire. Twice.