Two members of the Jersey Shore cast have agreed to MTV's offer of $10,000 an episode for Season Two, but the others are still holding out for more.

After the network made clear it would proceed with the show regardless, Ronnie Magro and Jenni Farley (J-WOWW) have accepted the $10,000/episode deal.

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The cast of MTV's Jersey Shore would love to run it back for Season Two ... if the price is right, which it's currently not. The gang rejected MTV's offer to return.

Sources close to the negotiations say MTV offered then each a $10,000 signing bonus and $5,000 per episode. The guidos and guidettes were not interested.

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All good things must come to an end. So, too, must the first season of Jersey Shore, and The Hollywood Gossip has all the action recapped below as only we can.

Last night's ninth and final episode of the MTV hit's inaugural run was somewhat subdued and sentimental (seriously), which wasn't a bad thing. Let's get to it:

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What can we expect on the Jersey Shore season finale tonight? Besides lots of hooking up, Ed Hardy t-shirts, hair gel and expletives being bleeped out?

Mike "The Situation" and Nicole "Snooki" called into Ryan Seacrest's KIIS FM radio show this morning to dish about the surprise hit freshman MTV show.

Two episodes of Jersey Shore? Back to back? Double fist-pump! The Hollywood Gossip has all the action from Seaside Heights recapped below as only it can.

Last night's seventh and eighth episodes of the season took the trashiness to a new level. Below, we award and deduct points as we deem fit. Let's get to it:

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Yesterday, THG readers were given the challenge of writing the funniest caption for the picture appearing below. Mike Tyson. Jersey Shore. Endless material.

Your winner for this edition of our Caption Contest is chrissy.

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Snooki 1, Meathead 0. The New York City gym teacher who punched the Jersey Shore star in the freaking face last summer is now losing his job as a result.

Given that Brad Ferro's job is to help shape young minds, one can understand how beating up a girl, however annoying she is, would be frowned upon.

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