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The dramas feel real enough. They also feel pretty mundane. The outrageousness that fueled Jersey Shore is as gone as the Seaside Heights boardwalk.
If the ladies are keeping actually, genuine, life-changing secrets from each other until it can be recorded for TV . . . well, I can understand why you'd want to watch the rest of the season.
Sure, some of the hallmarks of the Shore are there... but more important is what's missing: their roommates and the drama (manufactured or not) that unfolds in a houseful of hard-partying, horny "guidos" and "guidettes."
Distilled into a half-hour, there's just enough to keep the show from overstaying its weekly welcome, and audiences have clearly demonstrated their fondness for the "Jersey" bunch, even if it's as an oddity or object of derision.
It's milder than its parent series, but its positive messages are often overshadowed by what appears to be (at least on camera) a lack of maturity when it comes to being independent and, in the case of Snooki, having a child.
They are stone-cold sober for their reality series... You have to wish Snooki and her new family well, even if MTV must be beating itself. The unscripted answer to Laverne & Shirley will now be tamer than Anne of Green Gables.
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