'Jersey Shore' Recap: Sammi & Ronnie Fight Again — This Time About Another Guy!

Fri, March 11, 2011 9:46am EDT by 4 Comments

So much happened during this latest episode of ‘Jersey Shore’ that it was hard to keep up!

Between watching Vinny and Pauly D’s adorable bromance during their trip to Staten Island, Mike’s jealousy at being left behind at the house, Vinny’s spray tan experience, Snooki acting like a mime, and the huge water balloon fight, this seemed like it was going to be the most fun episode of Jersey Shore yet! But of course, there was enough relationship drama to keep things interesting.

When J-Woww spotted her new love interest Roger driving, she tried pulling up next to him to say hello, but he drove off quickly, prompting all the guys to say he had a girl in the car. With her roommates warnings in her head, J-Woww was furious. She immediately left Roger a voicemail saying things were over. When Roger called her back, he wasn’t happy at all, and I can’t say I blame him — the accusation was kind of ridiculous. Although J-Woww admitted she was wrong, and they didn’t break up, Roger told her he needed some room to breathe a little. Ouch!

Things with Sammi and Ronnie were actually looking up — they hooked up at the club, and Sammi decided to give Ronnie another chance. But it didn’t take long for things to go back to normal for them, meaning screaming, drunken fights. Is anyone surprised? This time though, the tables have turned, and instead of fighting about Ronnie’s infidelities, they’re fighting about Sammi’s. When Mike’s friend Arvin showed up at the club, Karma, he had a whole bunch of text messages from Sammi telling him to meet her there. According to Arvin, Sammi had been texting him for a while.

Back at the house, Sammi tried to blame the entire situation on Mike, saying that Arvin was just her friend and she didn’t do anything wrong. No one is buying her story, and the episode ends with Ronnie and Sammi crying and screaming at each other yet again. Pauly says if this relationship continues, he will “kill himself” — and I think it’s safe to say that we can all understand what he means.

– Jessica Booth