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He has appeared on the MTV reality show Jersey Shore since its premiere in 2009.
except for spin-off shows, cameo appearances on sitcoms, future reunion shows and God knows what else.
Mike 'The Situation' Sorrentino In season two of the "Jersey Shore," Mike gracefully explained why he is called 'The Situation'.
"My abs are so ripped up it's called 'the situation.'" "I walked by a girl with her boyfriend. ' And my boys are like, 'Dude, that's a situation right there,'" Sorrentino explained on "Live With Regis and Kelly." And a nickname was born.
This was the season’s first sighting of the new couple who just recently made their relationship official.
The two had hit it off during the last season of but their budding relationship ended once filming had wrapped.
The four reality stars and their kin will be coached through their angst by relationship experts Venus Nicolino and Ish Major and must decide at the end of the eight-day group counseling session/taping schedule whether to cut ties once and for all.
We have the 'Jersey Shore' cast to thank for some of our most disturbing new acronyms: GTL, MVP, and, of course, DTF.* But how did the reality stars, whose fourth season kicks off tonight, get their nicknames? Nicole 'Snooki' Polizzi This pint-sized star got her nickname after watching the 2001 teen dance movie, "Save the Last Dance." Her friends began calling her "Snooki" after a character in the flick. "Now I wish I could change it," she said during her "E!True Hollywood Story." "I miss my name 'Nicole' so much." Jenny 'JWoww' Farley Jenny explained that whenever guys pass her by, they exclaim, "Wow!" which eventually lead to a co-worker calling her, "Jenni Wow." Later, she shortened it to just 'JWoww.' Makes sense. s MTV Celebrates Second Season of Breakout Hit Series "Jersey Shore" at the New York Stock Exchange as cast members Angelina, Jenni J-Woww, Mike The Situation Sorrentino, Nicole Snooki Polizzi, DJ Pauly D, Ronnie Ortiz-Magro, Sammi Sweetheart Giancola and Vinny Ring The Opening Bell are seen here in a handout photo from the New York Stock Exchange. Photo Credit: NYSE via Sipa Press/1007281633 fans may be a little bit older now, but they still remember the days when they would sit around their televisions and watch the gang tan, party, and get wild during their MTV reality days. The family that plays together (and fights together, and gets indicted together) stars in reality shows together: Mike "The Situation" Sorrentino of "Jersey Shore" fame will be appearing in We TV's "Marriage Boot Camp: Reality Stars Family Edition" alongside his brothers Frank Jr. The show, a spinoff of "Marriage Boot Camp," in which Sorrentino also appeared, will attempt to patch up toxic familial relationships.