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Controversy Helps MTV’s ‘Jersey Shore’

Dec 14, 2009  •  Post A Comment

The second episode of MTV’s “Jersey Shore” shot up in the ratings, reports The Hollywood Reporter.

The second episode drew 2.1 million viewers, 50% higher than week one, which was two hours to the recent episode’s one.

The series has drawn criticism about its depiction of Italian American stereotypes.

–Elizabeth Jensen

2 Comments

  1. I saw the program ” Jersey Shore” and mus say that I never seen such a collection of amoral morons. They are not only an insult to Italian Americans but also to the youth of America and the Public education system. Let us offer a prayer that after the casts 10 seconds of fame that they all find jobs at Wendys and Dunkin Donuts where their English Language usage will not impede them.

  2. I saw the program ” Jersey Shore” and must say that I never seen such a collection of amoral morons. They are not only an insult to Italian Americans but also to the youth of America and the Public education system. Let us offer a prayer that after the casts 10 seconds of fame that they all find jobs at Wendys and Dunkin Donuts where their English Language usage will not impede them.

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