The Guidos and Guidettes Return to ‘Jersey Shore’ on DISH Network Tonight

All is well in the world of GTL as the anticipation builds for tonight’s MTV season 3 premiere of ‘Jersey Shore’ on DISH Network. The cast returns to its homeland on the actual New Jersey coastline where the group pursues their mission to fist pump and drop grenades like a bad habit through the third season. I’m not sure that anyone will actually be sad to see Angelina go this season, but I have doubts that many people will be thrilled that a Snooki clone was added to the cast. Deena, is Snooki’s friend from home and not only is she a petite Snooki double, but she also causes major havoc in the house on only the first night being there.

In case you have a lapse in memory of what happened last season, here’s a quick recap before moving on to what you can expect to see during season 3. On season 2 of ‘Jersey Shore,’ Ron and Sammi were not a total couple and Ron enjoyed the single life a little too much which led Sam’s best friends in the house Snooki and J-Woww to let their girl know about her man’s wandering habits the one way they knew best: by writing an “anonymous” letter. Ron and Sammi end up together again and Sammi has a falling out with Snooki and J-Woww which ends in a physical fight. As for The Situation, he wasn’t “getting any” – not even grenades – during the crew’s last couple of nights out and he acts absurd trying to get the group to leave the clubs early which really ticked a few people in the house off – Snooki included. This season, Sammi and Ron are back together again and just as dysfunctional as ever, Sammi gets punched by J-Woww and Snooki gets arrested. If you won’t be at home tonight to watch the premiere, be sure to record the show on MTV via your DISH Remote Access app for your iPad or smart phone.

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