Mike "The Situation" Sorrentino Arrives at Court

They say if you want to make God laugh, announce your plans.

We don’t want to get too deep into a discussion about fate and theology in an article about the season premiere of Jersey Shore: Family Vacation, but it’s hard not to contemplate the apparent randomness of fate when considering the strange case of Mike “The Situation” Sorrentino.

As you’re probably aware, Sorrentino is currently serving an 8-month sentence on tax fraud charges.

Mike checked himself in to Otisville Federal Correctional Institution not long after marrying longtime girlfriend Lauren Pesce.

At the time that last night’s two-part premiere was filmed, however, the reformed party monster was a free man in more ways than one.

The episodes found him simultaneously planning a wedding and bracing himself for sentencing.

And believe it or not, the premiere’s most emotional scenes might not have had anything to do with Mike!

Fortunately, out favorite guidos handled all that heaviness with their usual good humor and immaculately coiffed hair.

Yes, much of the runtime was dedicated to The Situation’s situation, with Mike making compromises as a result of his limited travel schedule and booking a venue in Jersey rather than Italy.

Lauren was unimpressed by Sorrentino’s “Tuscany by the turnpike” remark, but c’mon — how could Mike not get married in Jersey, on a Jerzday?

Sitch wasn’t the only one with jokes, of course, as Pauly D remarked that what his castmate really needs now is a judge who’s “DTF: down to forgive.”

The guy’s discussed Mike’s case at a barber shop — of course — where pettiness reigned, as Mike fixated on the fact that Ronnie failed to buy a gift for his wedding shower.

“This guy’s facing court, and his biggest issue right now is Ronnie didn’t send him a gift,” Vinny remarked.

“I love Mike’s reasoning.”

Prior to sentencing, Mike remarked that …read more

Source:: The Hollywood Gossip

      

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