Ronnie Magro of Jersey Shore seems likable enough, as long as you don't run into him and start talking $h!t on a Jersey Shore boardwalk right after last call.

Dude unleashed a homophobic tirade during one of his many brawls last summer, spewing some absolutely revolting language during the violent altercation.

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Brace yourself for massive amounts of GTL. Break out the hair gel and tight clothing. Double the police detail on Collins Ave. The Jersey Shore cast cometh.

Season 2 of Jersey Shore will film in South Beach, according to reports, rather than, say, New Jersey. Rumor is the gang will live in a house off Lincoln Road.

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Now that they've all been re-signed for a second season, the cast of Jersey Shore will be fist-pumping its way to greener, fake-tanned pastures. Or something.

The only different aspect of the hit show for the new season is ... the location. That's right. The cast is officially back, but won't be back in Seaside Heights.

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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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Vinny Guadagnino, also known as the most laid back member of the Jersey Shore cast, actually has a career plan in place once his reality TV days end.

"I just took the LSAT," the 21-year-old told Us Weekly. "My score was decent. If my score was really have, I might have tried to go to Yale or Harvard."

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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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