The Importance of Being Snooki

What if Jersey Shore were actually a play written by Oscar Wilde? Algernon Moncrieff and Jack Worthing from Broadway's current production of The Importance of Being Earnest explore that premise in a five-part series titled "Jersey Shore" Gone Wilde, drawing its dialogue from things actually said on "Jersey Shore".

The dialogue and delivery are funny enough. But what really sells it is the acting: The eye rolls, the nervous glances, the blank stares...

Warning: NSFW for crude language, so I didn't embed the videos. You'll have to click through.

Comments (2)
  1. henk says:

    I really didn't understand these lock-free algorithms, but this makes a lot more sense to me! Finally some quality on The Old New Thing!


  2. Gabe says:

    That was hilarious! I can only imagine how much funnier it would be if I were familiar with the works of either Oscar Wilde or Snooki.

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