Arrivederci, Italia! On last night's episode of Jersey Shore, the cast checked out some more sights before packing up to move home. Although Mike "The Situation" Sorrentino considered leaving the series for season five, he ended up announcing he would stay. "Jersey here I come," he said. "I've always got something up my sleeve, and it's going to be a Situation." Now that their season overseas has officially wrapped, some of the stars are speaking out about the future, fast food and oh yes, hair products.
The Hollywood Reporter chatted with Vinny Guadagnino, Sammi "Sweetheart" Giancola and Deena Cortese to reflect on the season and also took about the next one which has already been filmed. Vinny explained it's almost like being caught in between two worlds! "The hardest part is talking about future seasons, because we don't watch the show," he said. “We have no idea what they're going to show and how they're going to cut it, so the past is like a blur and the future is also a blur.”
What won't be a blur, however, is getting back to New Jersey! He explained, “It's going to be like re-releasing a wild turkey into the wild.”
Although Sammi "missed my hair products" and Deena couldn't wait to get back to "normal life," Deena thought the season in Florence showcased their ability to prank each other. “We actually had a lot of pranks pulled on the guys, especially Pauly and Vinny." She added, “One of the funniest pranks was when me and Sam had balloons and we blew them all up and we put them underneath their mattresses hoping if they brought home a girl and they had sex, it would pop. But they didn't bring home a girl that night and the balloons just popped.”
Deena pointed out, “We did a lot of funny pranks and we would call each other the Masked Bandits.” Then, Vinny added, "The girls try to prank us, and we just look at them and laugh and say, ‘Alright, you just dug your own grave.’”
Although the next season is expected to premiere in early 2012, it looks like they're pretty excited to be back on American soil. “There's anything you can get in America twenty-four hours a day. Over there, you can't get breakfast. Every time you want to eat, it's like a four course meal, so you have to plan your day around all that,” Vinny said. “When we came back, we just ate everything. We were like ‘Yes, McDonald's.’”