The life-altering first season of Jersey Shore came to an end last night with a finale fittingly titled "That's How the Shore Goes." For the gang sure taught us exactly how it goes.
In truth, it was not one of the first-year series' most dramatic installments, but that was for the best. The guidos and guidettes we came to love took time to reflect and chill out.
Once Ronnie got out of jail, that is. Fortunately, Sammi was there to bail him out after that boardwalk melee last week. The two decided to stay together after the summer. Yay!
Elsewhere, the bros went out for some bonding time, while Snooki lamented her unluckiness in love. Until The Situation made her feel better with some hot tub make out action.
Gross. At the end of the day, it wasn't just hookups and fights that brought the crew together. While having their final dinner together, Pauly D actually tears up while reminiscing.
Kind of a boring finale, but one that showed the softer side of Seaside Heights.
Peep some of the best Jersey Shore quotes from the season finale below ...
Ronnie gets arrested after a fight on the boardwalk.
Snooki: I came in with a bang and I'm going out with a bang. | permalink
The Situation: Next thing you know, Snooks' clothes just started coming off. | permalink
The Situation: It takes a special type of a person to get through this. We all should be proud that we balled out and had an awesome time. | permalink
JWoww: Tall, completely jacked, steroids, like, multiple growth hormones ... that's the type I'm attracted to. | permalink
The Situation: If you're hungry, try a snickers.
Snooki: Yeah, try me. | permalink
JWoww: There are so many juice heads out there. I'm like a kid in a candy shop. | permalink
Sammi: I feel like it is the perfect place to go to. Like, somewhere out of Seaside. We're getting away from it all. | permalink
Pauly D: We stayed boys throughout this whole thing. This bond that we shared brings us together and no one can ever take that away from us, ever. Like, we take that with us for life, this bond ... That was deep. | permalink