‘South Park’ calls the Snooki phenomenon as they see it
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Nicole ‘Snooki’ Polizzi was skewered on the ‘It’s a Jersey Thing’ episode of ‘South Park’ that aired Wednesday night -- and apparently the ‘Jersey Shore’ star liked it.
A snippet from the show that winds up in a showdown to stop the spread of Jersey, with an army of stereotypical New Jersey zombies:
‘What is it? ‘It’s called a Snooki. It’s very famous.’ ‘That thing is famous? Why?’ ‘I don’t know!’
So, yeah, Snooki liked being portrayed as a skeezily dressed, sexually aggressive Gollum with a pouf, desperately clutching a fruity cocktail, tweeting after the show aired, ‘Snooki want smoosh smoosh. im going to have nightmares tonight lmao!!! we’ve officially made it.’ That ‘smoosh smoosh’ is a
reference to the Snooki caricature brutally sexually assaulting whichever cartoon male is closest. See the attack of the Snooki at the 13-minute mark of the full episode here, and the monster’s return around 18 minutes. Just remember, it’s ‘South Park,’ which means it can get a little rough. California Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger shows up as well, around the 11-minute mark, for a consult on the town of South Park’s immigration issues.
Jonathan Lipnicki, are you jealous? Or thankful that, unlike us and South Park’s Kyle, you’re not from New Jersey?
-- Christie D'Zurilla