Single Sammi as Things Get Spicy
The girls rally around Sammi as she and Ronnie deliver a breakup of epic proportions
Spicy, explosive, hot, violent and raging are all very appropriate words one might use to describe last night's Jersey Shore episode.
Jwoww and her newest beau Roger venture out to the Spicy Cantina on the Seaside boardwalk, a prominent place midway on the boards. I've been there a handful of times, and love sitting on the balcony upstairs to watch all the folks walkin' around down below. I've been known to toss a few things over the ledge onto some innocent walkers by. If only I went there more often, I might be as well known as Roger was.
Spicy Cantina seemed to be the place where everybody knew his name, and they were all glad that he came. Jwoww in tow, getting far less attention, Roger high-fives all his boys that seemed to line up just to say what's up. It was like he was the godfather of this place. Later that night, Jwoww gets him back to the shore house to show off her newest outfit from the Love Shack featured in last week's episode. A delight for many I'm sure, and Roger was a happy man once Jwoww came out in that leather biker with chaps motif. I'm sure they had a lovely time in the smoosh room!
NOW, the rest of the show became rather hard to watch. Ronnie and Sammi were at it again and this time it was explosive and violent. We've all seen Ronnie with his mood swings, violent outbursts, being nice one minute to Sammi, then calling her a "dirt bag" and a "slut" the next. How could ANYONE put up with such behavior! This relationship was doomed from the start as in season one, we saw Ronnie beat up a handful of guys for "getting in his face" calling for them to "come at me bro." When they did, he delivered the rage and took it out on a few guys' faces. One of which was knocked out cold on the pavement, and Ronnie later faced a county judge (Ocean County, in downtown Toms River, of course) for assault charges.
But even back then, Sammi stood by her man. He'd pushed and shoved her on a few occasions, called her stupid, and accused her of cheating, all of which could be the pot calling the kettle black. These two just are not, and were not, right for each other.
Last night as I was watching with my trustee T-Shirt Time buddy Kyle, he said at one point during a commercial break, "It's making my heart race, I'm having heart palpitations." I was affected by this display as well, I mean why can't these two just call it quits. They torture each other, break up and make up, name calling, pushing and shoving, Sammi punching Ronnie, I mean how much can they endure. It's like a verbal MMA fight each week now with the two of them, but I think tonight was the breaking point for them both.
After "breaking up" Ronnie heads out with the boys to Aztec, another party palace on the boardwalk in Seaside. Wall to wall fist pumpers, lining up to hang with the cast members. Single Ronnie came out to get a break from Sammi, but she ends up appearing with the "meatballs" Snooki and Deena, and she was grabbing guys left and right, dancing with them right in front of Ronnie out of spite. Yes, locals, you heard me right: drama on the Aztec "dance floor."
How did that make Ronnie feel? Well, he made his way back to the shore house leaving Sammi to get her groove on, and he pretty much took that time to destroy every single thing that Sammi had in the house, her eye glasses included. A girl needs her glasses to see bro, that was just low. Oh, and he threw all of her stuff around the room, put her bed outside on the porch, and just went crazy breaking as many things as he could.
Sammi comes home to confront Ronnie about his wave of destruction and he continued to put the blame on Sammi for all of their problems. At one point he says to her, "Be a woman and man up!" Are. You. Serious. This guy was a force not to be reckoned with in his state, how could she stand to be near him. I would be scared for my life, and I'm a big girl.
Low and behold, at the end of the show, Sammi finally makes a decision to get the heck away from this unstable and violent atmosphere. Not before another teary-eyed Ronnie chases her around the house, telling her not to go, apologizing, and hugging her. My God, I hope this was the END of Sammi and Ronnie's horribly abusive relationship. It's really been taking the focus away from all the rest of the cast and giving me little to write about regarding all those local hot spots.
"Cab's are here" for Sammi--Bye Bye for now Ronnie! Sammi leaves the shore house, but will it be for good? We shall see!