The Herald ran a story this weekend on Jersey Shore and other reality shows on South Beach, which we promptly ignored because reading the Herald is literally a job to us, and we don't work on the weekend. Not at this price. Anyway there is one little detail we'd like to highlight, lest it be completely ignored.
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The cast is staying at the Metropole Hotel (which we've never heard of and sounds like a public strip club) where they apparently have a two-month deal, that included knocking down walls to make a bigger pad.
The Metropole intends to offer the "Jersey Shore Suite" for $2,000 a night, [owner Alan] Lieberman said he can't imagine the show of big hair and bigger mouths delivering a premium even half that size to a 1940s hotel two blocks from the beach with no spa, restaurant or full-sized pool.
At $2,000 a night I hope they thoroughly sanitize the room afterward. Two thousand dollars is like a years worth of tanning booth sessions with enough left over for tons of laundry.
In other Jersey Shore hi-jinks, seems like the cast is working at a gelato shop.