'Jersey Shore' Is Fake!
Video evidence that we've been Snookied
Comedian Sean Klitzner has posted to YouTube an insightful analysis of the ice-throwing incident from Episode 11 of this season's "Jersey Shore," in which Snooki and Deena are minding their own at a bar in Italy when cubes are suddenly hurled at them by the bartender.
Snooki retaliates by smashing bottles on the bar and yelling, "'Cause that was mature!"
As a slow-motion replay of the footage clearly shows, however, it's the producer (or some woman with an earpiece behind the camera) who throws the ice. The same woman also can be seen coaching Snooki on when to smash the bottles.
Furthermore, your honor, the bottles contain mixer, not expensive liquor.
So the question no longer is whether some scenes on "Jersey Shore" are faked.
The question is whether you care.
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Aren't all these shows just replacing the old soap operas? The only difference is that they take place in real buildings instead of on a hollywood set. It still takes place with actors, and scripted scenes.
There's nothing real about anything on reality TV, even the people are as fake as can be. (Fake tans, fake accents, fake heritage, fake boobs)
I can happily say I don't watch any of it, and the only thing I'll watch on MTV is Beavis & Butthead. :D
Best way to make the madness stop, turn it off.
All the crap they have on tv sucks. It's hard to imagine that people watch this stuff but what is even harder to imagine is that there is someone out there that thinks up these shows.