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Family Vacation’ Fans Finally Know Who Sold the Audio From Angelina Pivarnick’s Wedding

Angelina Pivarnick‘s wedding will go down in Jersey Shore history. The infamous wedding speech has been a hot topic amongst Jersey Shore fans since season 3 concluded. Now, Jersey Shore: Family Vacation fans finally know who leaked the audio of Nicole “Snooki” Polizzi, Jenni “JWoww” Farley, and Deena Cortese’s speech.

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Nicole Polizzi, Jenni Farley, Deena Cortese, Angelina Pivarnick, and Chris Larangeira | MTV

‘Snooki,’ ‘JWoww,’ and ‘Deeners’ wedding speech didn’t go over well

The highlight of Jersey Shore: Family Vacation Season 3 was Pivarncik’s wedding. Leading up to the event, she and her female roommates seemed to have formed a close bond. But that fell apart when Polizzi, Farley, and Cortese delivered their speech. 

“It’s good but funny,” Cortese warned Pivarnick during the episode. At first, the speech seemed harmless. “Not only is Chris the lucky one, but so are we,” Cortese said. Then, things turned sour. 

“Angelina, you’re the lice to my hair,” Cortese said. 

“You’re the fly to our sh*t,” said Polizzi. 

“You are the dump to our island,” Farley added.

Jersey Shore: Family Vacation fans thought they would have to wait for the new season to learn more about Pivarnick’s wedding. But that wasn’t the case. 

‘Jersey Shore’ fans heard the audio before the wedding episode aired 

Days after Pivarnick’s November 2019 wedding, the audio from the speech was all over the internet. 

“I legitimately would’ve been raging with tears if this was said at my wedding, they humiliated her,” a fan said on Reddit. 

“This is beyond disgusting and horrible,” said another. “This has completely changed my attitude towards Nicole, JWoww, and Deena.”

The outrage from fans continued to pour in, forcing the women of Jersey Shore: Family Vacation to open up about the speech. Now, thanks to a recent interview from Farley, fans have a better understanding of why the speech was as raunchy as it was. 

‘JWoww’ says the bridesmaid speech was based on the women’s relationship with Angelina Pivarnick

As Farley explained on Jenny McCarthy’s Sirius talk show, Pivarnick wanted the roommates to “roast her the way [her] brother-in-law [was going to].” Farley explained how she has a “raunchy, weird, period-sh*tting type of relationship” with Pivarnick — and that’s the vibe she went for in her speech. 

RELATED: ‘Jersey Shore: Family Vacation’: Why Angelina Laughed During ‘Snooki,’ ‘JWoww,’ and Deena’s Wedding Speech

Unfortunately, their decision to make the speech raunchy didn’t go over well with Pivarnick or fans.

“For it to go the way that it did for like, six to nine months after — so many things were affected,” Farley explained to McCarthy. “My best friend isn’t on the show because of [the drama that ensued after the wedding] and that hurts.” 

Angelina Pivarnick’s manager leaked the audio

During a heated conversation with Pivarnick, Farley mentioned how Pivarnick’s manager, Rob Spano, was responsible for leaking the audio of the speech. 

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Vrbo family travel trends and popular vacation rentals for 2021

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  • Due to COVID-19, domestic destinations and private vacation rentals in nature have seen big spikes as travelers prioritize safety and isolation.
  • Expect these trends to continue into 2021, especially for families, according to Vrbo’s new travel trend report. 
  • The report is based on a survey of over 8,000 people, as well as Vrbo travel demand over a 12-month period.
  • We break down the top four family travel trends from the report’s findings below, plus highlight top-rated Vrbos to book. 

The travel trends triggered by the pandemic this year show little sign of slowing down as the new year approaches. As travelers continue to prize safety above all else, family travelers especially are seeking lodging in private homes (doctors consider these low risk for virus transmission) in drivable, domestic destinations.

The vacation rental platform Vrbo announced its 2021 Travel Trend Report, which identifies some more specifics surrounding where, why, and how families will likely target their travel in the coming year amid the ongoing pandemic. The report compiled data from a survey of over 8,000 people, as well as taking into account Vrbo travel demand from families over a 12-month period.

According to the report’s findings, 82% of families are already making plans for 2021. They’re likely to put a continued emphasis on road trips, and hybrid work-leisure trips. In terms of lodging styles and locales, visitors are seeking cozy cabins, as well as homes in natural settings close to lakes, rivers and streams. And overall, families say they plan to go big whenever it’s safe, with most planning to take a trip to a domestic bucket-list destination whenever conditions support doing so.

And, the trends also highlight that families are considering mental health along with physical health and safety. In fact, 22% of travelers surveyed said a vacation would improve mental health and act as self-care. 

“It’s so great to see how these trends are tied to mental health because for so long, we’ve kind of ignored mental health. And it’s so important, especially now,” pediatric psychologist and parenting coach Dr. Ann-Louise Lockhart, explained in a Vrbo news release. “Neurologically, our brain doesn’t like monotony because we lose our motivation. We become exhausted, agitated and irritable when it’s too much of the same stuff, so changing your environment is important.”

Dr. Lockhart also notes that “any change of scenery makes a difference that can help support families and kids, and their mental health.”

To highlight some of the best rental options in keeping with Vrbo’s family travel trends, we selected listings with the following characteristics: 

  1. All listings are for entire private homes with plenty of space for families and multiple bedrooms.
  2. All are highly rated with near-perfect ratings, and a minimum average score of 4.9 out of 5.
  3. Our picks are right for a range of budgets. Average nightly rates range from just $80 to $500 per night to start.

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The Ultimate Adventurous Martin County Florida Family Vacation

This post was written in partnership with Martin County.

Many a vacationing family has spent their time in Florida going back and forth between the hotel and the theme parks. First of all, there’s nothing wrong with that. But for families who are seeking a bit more adventure than parks can offer, there are plenty of under-the-radar destinations to be found in the Sunshine State.

Many of these relatively hidden treasures can be found in Martin County, a highly accessible Atlantic coast destination that’s long been overshadowed by the theme parks of Orlando to the north and the glamourous beaches of Miami to the south. Its relative anonymity is a plus, however, for families seeking out a less hectic getaway, a chance to explore a new destination without navigating large crowds and long lines.

In the COVID-19 era, the open spaces and relatively low number of tourists in Martin County make it an even more attractive destination. Its outdoor sights, from over 22 miles of beaches to more than 100,000 acres of wetlands, parks, and forests, are perfectly suited for social distancing. And its indoor attractions have implemented measures, including but not limited to mask and social distancing mandates, designed to make them safe for visitors.

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    What, exactly, is there to do in Martin County? Read on to find out, and make sure you make it there the next time you’re in Florida.

    1. Do more at the beach.

    Beaches are about natural beauty, sure, but beach days are good or bad depending in large part on human factors. There are plenty of hidden beaches tucked away along the shore, but four different Martin County beaches have ocean lifeguarding seven days a week. They’re also less developed than many other beaches, and the dearth of towering condos and hotels beachside means there are fewer people soaking up the sun, making it easier to safely space. Martin County’s beaches are also open 24 hours a day, seven days a week. And alcohol is permitted! From surfers and snorkelers to aspiring sand-castle architects, there’s a Martin County beach for every type of traveler. If you were to build a perfect beach, it would likely check all of these boxes.

    2. Explore epic trails.

    There are plenty of natural wonders in Martin County. Chief among them is Halpatiokee Regional Park, 65 acres of active parkland surrounded by 470 acres of wetland preserve area. Hiking and mountain bike trails abound, and you can also rent a kayak to explore the South Fork of the St. Lucie River. Jonathan Dickinson State Park, the largest state park in Southeast Florida, is another popular option. It comprises 16 distinct natural communities and covers close to 11,500 acres, offering everything from fishing and swimming to horseback riding and boat tours.

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    Dina Manzo, Husband David, Daughter Lexi Family Trip Photos

    Dina Manzo is spending some quality time with her family in the great outdoors. The Real Housewives of New Jersey alum and her loved ones recently took a trip to Wyoming, and it looked like a pretty picture-perfect getaway. 

    Posed on a giant boulder alongside her husband of three years, Dave Cantin, and daughter, Lexi Ioannou, Dina shared a glimpse at the excursion the family had in Grand Teton.

    “Spent the entire day trying to find @grizzlybear399 and her four cubs…and I would do it again tomorrow,” Dina captioned the photos. Although the family didn’t seem to have much luck finding the Grand Tetons’ famous grizzly bear, they were decked out with binoculars and even came across some giant footprints in the snow. 

    In response to a follower who noted that they were “literally asking for trouble” by looking for the bear, Dina noted that they weren’t alone in their search. “We had a wildlife specialist with us,” she explained in the comments section, also adding that they “saw a bunch of other awesome animals.” 

    Lexi also shared a few of her own shots from the trip, including a few breathtaking pictures of the scenery in Wyoming. 

    In another Instagram post, Lexi wrote, “Out here” with a mountain emoji alongside a picture of herself posing in front of a gorgeous clear blue sky. 

    Teresa Giudice recently weighed in on Dina’s life on the West Coast during an appearance on Watch What Happens Live with Andy Cohen. 

    “She’s doing amazing. Her and David are married. They have a beautiful house. They have lots of pets,” shared Dina’s bestie. “She seems so happy. I’m happy for her. I can’t wait to go out there and visit her.” 

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    Southwest airlines COVID-19 coronavirus family upset BWI Airport

    They had $1,600 in airline credits set to expire despite government warnings against holiday travel.

    WASHINGTON — It was supposed to be a February getaway for Howard Van and his family to relax after the birth of his second son, Vincent. He bought airplane tickets for himself, his wife Yok, Vincent and his older son Jason, and his sisters-in-laws Amy and Yann Ly.

    The family was supposed to fly on Southwest Airlines from BWI Airport to Tampa, Florida. But days before they were supposed to leave, and just as coronavirus was hitting the United States, Howard and his wife got sick with a fever and chills.

    Van worried the couple might have contracted coronavirus, but said there was no way to know at the time.

    “We had all the classic symptoms,” Van said. “But we will never know we had it or not because we there was no testing available to the general public at that time.”

    Van says he was just trying to do the safe and responsible thing by canceling the trip.

    “For us as a family and for other passengers on that flight,” he said.

    Southwest issued the Van family travel credits for the cost of the plane tickets worth roughly $1,640. The travel credits were set to expire on December 20, 2020. 

    But with COVID cases surging around the country, Howard said there was no way to use the travel credits, especially since his wife and sister in law Yann are both front line health care workers and have been asked by their employers not to travel.

    So, Van called Southwest and asked for an extension to use the travel credits.

    Because of their current policy, they were unable to grant me that request, which was very disappointing for us,” Van said. “And it became almost like a financial ticking time bomb as the deadline was approaching.”

    That Southwest policy says only travel credits issued on or after March 1 of this year can be extended. Van asked customer service to make an exception, posting his appeal to Southwest Airline’s CEO, Gary Kelly, on the company website.

    Van wrote, “The current Southwest policy is hurting front line medical professionals during a time when they are sacrificing the most to keep everyone safe.”

    But according to a screenshot of that conversation provided by Van, Southwest wouldn’t budge. A customer service rep wrote back: “We’re sorry for any disappointment surrounding the fare rules…ya’ll choose to purchase.”

    Van said the best Southwest told him they could do was charge him $100 per ticket to extend the travel credit deadline, meaning he could sink another $500 into a trip he didn’t know when his family could safely take. Or lose the $1640 in airfare altogether.

    “And for our family, that’s a lot of money,” Van said. “That’s money we could use to buy groceries, invest in our college funds or buy Christmas presents for our kids.”

    Howard wrote to WUSA9 and asked for help. So, Chief Investigative Reporter Eric Flack

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    Family asks airline to change credit polcy amid COVID

    They had $1,600 in airline credits set to expire despite government warnings against holiday travel.

    WASHINGTON — It was supposed to be a February getaway for Howard Van and his family to relax after the birth of his second son, Vincent. He bought airplane tickets for himself, his wife Yok, Vincent and his older son Jason, and his sisters in-laws Amy and Yann Ly.

    The family was supposed to fly on Southwest Airlines from BWI Airport to Tampa, Florida. But days before they were supposed to leave, and just as coronavirus was hitting the United States, Howard and his wife got sick with a fever and chills.

    Van worried the couple might have contracted coronavirus, but said there was no way to know at the time.

    “We had all the classic symptoms,” Van said. “But we will never know we had it or not because we there was no testing available to the general public at that time.”

    Van says he was just trying to do the safe and responsible thing by cancelling the trip.

    “For us as a family and for other passengers on that flight,” he said.

    Southwest issued the van family travel credits for cost of the plane tickets worth roughly $1,640. The travel credits were set to expire on December 20, 2020. But with COVID cases surging around the country, Howard said there was no way to use the travel credits, especially since his wife and sister in law Yann are both front line health care workers and asked by their employers not to travel.

    So, Van called Southwest and asked for an extension to use the travel credits.

    Because of their current policy they were unable to grant me that request, which was very disappointing for us,” Van said. “And it became almost like a financial ticking time bomb as the deadline was approaching.”

    That Southwest policy says only travel credits issued on or after March 1 of this year can be extended. Van asked customer service to make an exception, posting his appeal to Southwest Airline’s CEO, Gary Kelly, on the company website.

    Van wrote, “The current Southwest policy is hurting front line medical professionals during a time when they are sacrificing the most to keep everyone safe.”

    But according to a screen shot of that conversation provided by Van, Southwest wouldn’t budge. A customer service rep wrote back: “We’re sorry for any disappointment surrounding the fare rules…ya’ll chose to purchase.”

    Van said the best Southwest told him they could do was charge him $100 per ticket to extend the travel credit deadline, meaning he could sink another $500 into a trip he didn’t know when his family could safely take. Or lose the $1640 in airfare all together.

    “And for our family, that’s a lot of money,” Van said. “That’s money we could use to buy groceries, invest in our college funds or buy Christmas presents for our kids.”

    Howard wrote to WUSA9 and asked for help. So, Chief Investigative Reporter Eric Flack

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    ‘I keep getting called Clark Griswold’: Trinity family sets up ‘Christmas Vacation’ inspired lights display

    TRINITY, N.C. — As Christmas nears, more homes across the Piedmont Triad are getting ready for the holiday and putting their decorations up.

    “We figured let’s get started a little early this year with everything going on in 2020. Why not? And we’re pretty excited about it.” said Matt Garrett, who’s home in Trinity is nearly complete with decorations.

    “This year we kind of went with a “Christmas Vacation” Clark Griswold theme. I keep getting called Clark Griswold in the neighborhood, so we figured ‘Why not?’ So we’ve added a few Griswold style decorations…those are probably my favorite,” Matt said.

    It took some time to pick a theme and get everything up, but the Garrett’s impressive display is growing and set to be the family’s biggest year yet

    “There could be weeks where I wake up every morning, and there’s something new in the yard. But, overall, we started it for the kids.” said Kristy Garrett.

    Their children: Asher, Harper and Karlen enjoy helping and watching Matt putt up the lights, but they enjoy critiquing the display the most. Their favorites include the manger scene and a big “Merry Christmas” inflatable which is front and center in the yard

    “This is my favorite inflatable. It’s kind of the center of the entire yard with all the decorations of all the inflatables” said Asher Garrett, their oldest son.

    It’s a big time and financial commitment, but Matt enjoys planning it out and is always looking to make it larger and more unique than the year before.

    “I think it’s great for everybody. There’s not a lot going on so we hope a lot of people drive by. Come see our lights, check it out and let us know what you think we should add next year.” Kristy said.

    The Garretts have a friendly rivalry with their next-door neighbor.

    If you’d like to check their display out in person, you can find their home on Fox Chase Drive in Trinity.

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    Check out the Las Vegas hotel where Season 4 of Jersey Shore Family Vacation was filmed

    Angelina Pivarnick shows off Las Vegas hotel where cast filmed Season 4 of Jersey Shore Family Vacation
    Check out the hotel where Jersey Shore Family Vacation was filmed. Pic credit: MTV

    Angelina Pivarnick is giving viewers a tour of the fabulous hotel where Season 4 of Jersey Shore Vacation was filmed.

    This time around the Jersey Gang set their sites on Las Vegas, but unlike previous seasons this one was quite different.

    The rambunctious group is often seen partying and clubbing as they enjoy the sights of their vacation locale, but COVID-19 put a damper on those plans.

    Due to filming amid the pandemic, the cast and crew took over the Hilton Lake Las Vegas, while adhering to the necessary safety protocols.

    The resort is located 30 minutes from the famous Las Vegas strip and has views of mountains and desert.

    Let’s take a look at where the crew filmed their latest shenanigans.

    Take a tour of Hilton Lake Las Vegas

    Angelina Pivarnick recently took fans on an exclusive video tour for People and showed off the fancy digs where her and her fellow castmates spent their time while filming the show.

    “We made the best out of everything in here,” noted Pivarnick.

    “I mean, usually [on] a family vacation we’d go out clubbing and stuff, but here we were just hanging out. It was more like a chill environment and a chill vacation this time.”

    The brunette beauty walks through the lobby, and hotel bar –which she said is, “My ultimate, ultimate favorite place in this entire hotel”

    She then showed off the restaurant before heading down to the pool.

    “As you can see, the sun is always out in sunny Las Vegas. It’s very hot here… Every single day, by the pool, it was like 100, 101 [degrees]. This is where we would have many pool parties,” said the reality TV personality.

    And if they grew tired of the pool, the Jersey Shore crew also had a lagoon with a nearby waterfall to keep cool in the hot Vegas sun. “Guys, we had our own beach, all to ourselves. I mean, who’s better than us?” boasts Angelina.

    During the tour, the 34-year old explained how linen closets and bedrooms were transformed into confessionals and interview rooms for the show.

    Viewers also got a glimpse of the gym and cast suites which you will all get to see during episodes of Jersey Shore Family Vacation.

    Jersey Shore kicks off with drama

    Meanwhile, with three episodes in, Jersey Shore Family Vacation has already kicked off with lots of drama and tension among the cast.

    And it all stems from Angelina Pivarnick’s wedding, which she says was ruined by her castmates.

    Pivarnick’s main gripe is with Jenni “JWoww’ Farley, Deena Cortese, and Nicole “Snookie” Polizzi–who quit the show before Season 4.

    Angelina pegged her castmates as bridesmaids for her wedding, but when they roasted her during the reception, she was not amused.

    Since then, the former friends have been feuding on social media and the whole drama

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    Denver’s mayor urged residents to avoid Thanksgiving travel. Then he flew cross-country to see family.

    On Wednesday morning, Denver Mayor Michael Hancock urged residents to stay home and meet family online for Thanksgiving to help curtail the spread of the coronavirus.



    Michael Hancock wearing a suit and tie: Denver Mayor Michael Hancock apologized for flying to Mississippi to see his wife and daughter soon after urging residents to avoid holiday travel. (AP Photo/David Zalubowski)


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    Denver Mayor Michael Hancock apologized for flying to Mississippi to see his wife and daughter soon after urging residents to avoid holiday travel. (AP Photo/David Zalubowski)

    “Pass the potatoes, not covid. Host virtual gatherings instead of in-person dinners,” the Democrat tweeted. “Avoid travel, if you can.”

    Then, less than an hour later, Hancock boarded a flight on his way to Mississippi for Thanksgiving with his wife and daughter, his spokesman Mike Strott confirmed to The Washington Post.

    The move left critics blasting Hancock for appearing to ignore his own advice at a time when the coronavirus continues to rise precipitously in Colorado.

    “Our Mayor has abandoned his city during one of the most critical times we needed leadership the most,” tweeted Tay Anderson, a Denver Board of Education member.

    Hours later, amid mounting blowback on social media and from local politicians, the mayor apologized.

    “I made my decision as a husband and father, and for those who are angry and disappointed, I humbly ask you to forgive decisions that are borne of my heart and not my head,” he tweeted.

    Hancock is the latest politician blasted this month for seeming to skirt the same restrictions that have curtailed life for millions of Americans during the worsening pandemic. Last week, California Gov. Gavin Newsom (D) apologized after photos showed him at birthday party inside a high-end restaurant where no one at his table wore masks. And this week, New York Gov. Andrew M. Cuomo (D) canceled plans to host his 89-year-old mother and two daughters in Albany for Thanksgiving after critics noted that he had spent days pleading with New Yorkers to avoid family gatherings for the holidays.

    Hancock, a three-term mayor elected in 2011 and a vice president of the National Conference of Democratic Mayors, has been an advocate for coronavirus restrictions. He has pushed residents to wear masks and last week warned that another stay-at-home order might be needed if cases keep rising in Colorado, which has seen covid-related hospitalizations rise in the past week by almost 13 percent.

    He has also been vocal about limiting holiday get-togethers. At a virtual news conference on Friday, he suggested residents buy a small turkey and celebrate with their immediate family only. “Maybe next year we can all be together again,” he said. “I’m asking, I’m urging, I’m pleading with everyone. Please stay home.”

    But just 30 minutes after tweeting his latest plea to avoid travel on Wednesday morning, Hancock boarded a flight, KUSA reported. Soon after, he was on his way to Houston for a layover before heading to Mississippi, where his daughter recently started a new job, he later tweeted.

    After fierce backlash grew against his travels, Hancock offered a mea culpa and sought to explain his decision to fly despite his entreaties to avoid holiday travel,

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    Jersey Shore Family Vacation spoilers: Dr. Drew to the rescue

    The cast of Jersey Shore Family Vacation during a confessional interview
    Dr. Drew was called in to help mend the Shore cast’s relationships. Pic credit: MTV

    Jersey Shore Family Vacation Season 4 premiered last week, and a major part of the storyline consisted of the lingering drama from the girls’ infamous speech at Angelina Pivarnick’s wedding.

    Angelina didn’t talk to Jenni Farley or Deena Cortese for nine months following the incident.

    In a preview of what’s to come this season, Ronnie Magro, Pauly DelVecchio, Mike Sorrentino, and Vinny Guadagnino are shown attempting to come up with a plan to get Jenni and Deena in the same room as Angelina so they can finally hash things out.

    They came up with the idea to plan a trip and quarantine together in the hopes that the bonding time would bring their family back together.

    Pauly rented an entire resort in Las Vegas and the cast brought along their significant others to film.

    Dr. Drew to the rescue

    In the preview of future episodes, the roommates appeared to be having fun until Mike said there was a need to address the “elephant in the room.”

    The sneak peek showed the drama between the roommates come to a head as they began to argue.

    Angelina threw a pillow at Vinny, Deena was in tears, and Ronnie said, “She really needs to get some mental help. It’s destroying all of our lives at this point.”

    After Vinny admitted, “We need help!” the preview shifted to Dr. Drew Pinsky — MTV’s resident doctor and therapist — as he pulled up on-site to seemingly help the Shore cast work through their issues.

    The Mediation

    Prior to enlisting Dr. Drew’s expertise, Mike transformed himself from “The Situation” to “The Mediation” in the hopes that he could somehow mediate the argument between the girls and help solve their dispute.

    During the premiere, Mike invited Vinny, Jenni, and Deena over to his house. The sit-down took place 91 days after the wedding and Mike’s goal was to hear everyone’s point of view in the hopes of being able to get through to them.

    In a confessional interview, Mike explained the predicament he found himself in and said, “We are really caught in a situation right now because we don’t want to say the wrong thing to Jenni and Deena and upset them but at the same time we want to move forward and try to put this behind us.”

    Both Deena and Jenni made it clear they had no intentions of making amends with Angelina. The girls described the social media backlash they faced after the wedding speech audio was leaked and how upset they were that Angelina supported the comments fans made to put down the girls and their families.

    Based on the preview of the coming episodes, it looks like Dr. Drew will have his work cut out for him.

    Will he be able to make the Jersey Shore cast a happy family once again? Tune in to

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