Mike 'The Situation' Sorrentino
Mike Sorrentino is a cast member on MTV's Jersey Shore. He seems like a good dude. At least relative to the rest of his moronic fellow...
Jersey Shore Recap: Ronnie vs. Jen! Yes, Again!
Jersey Shore Recap: Playing with Jewish Barbie
For most of Jersey Shore: Family Vacation Season 2, fans have been watching Ronnie get pounded on by girlfriend Jen Harley.
The two have a very unhealthy relationship.
Jersey Shore Recap: "She's a F-cking Psycho!"
We nearly saw Vinny Guadagnino's penis on the latest episode of Jersey Shore: Family Vacation.
But while this veteran castmate thankfully kept his junk in his pants, Vinny let it all come out when discussing his feelings toward former fling Angelina Pivarnick.
Jersey Shore Recap: Snooki Gets WASTED!
The cast of Jersey Shore: Family Vacation was tasked with its most important mission of all-time this week:
Finding a new home to crash in for awhile.
Mike Sorrentino Marries Lauren Pesce!
Mike "The Situation" Sorrentino may be headed to prison.
But this Jersey Shore mainstay made a rather and romantic important stop on the way to the clink:
Jersey Shore Recap: The Wrath of Jen Harley
Jersey Shore: Family Vacation did not kick off on Thursday night by playing the theme music from Jaws.
But it might as well have.
Mike Sorrentino to Begin Prison Sentence In January
Back in January, Jersey Shore star Mike Sorrentino pled guilty to tax fraud charges, allegedly avoiding paying taxes on nearly $9 million in earnings.
Earlier this month, Sorrentino was sentenced to 8 months in prison for his crimes.
Jersey Shore Recap: "This is Next Level Mindf-ckery"
A major secret was revealed on Jersey Shore: Family Vacation this week.
And a major bombshell was dropped.
Jersey Shore Recap: Vinny vs. Angelina vs. Common Sense
They... are... back!
Well, they were back.
Mike Sorrentino Begs For Leniency, Receives Prison Time Anyway
It's a sad day for Jersey Shore star and reality TV icon Mike "The Situation" Sorrentino.
As we reported earlier, Sorrentino has been sentenced to eight months in prison in connection with a string of legal troubles that began back in 2014.