Who says they don't make romantic comedies like they used to? Last night's Jersey Shore gave us perhaps the most touching monologue since Julia Roberts delivered that old Notting Hill chestnut, I'm just a girl, standing in front of a boy, asking him to love her.Â Indeed, after Ronnie and Sammi presumably spent the morning listening to Mary J. Blige's No More DramaÂ on repeat, the big lug got deep and shared thusly: If we f****** love each other, then we f****** love each other, and that's it. F****** work on the problems and we f****** grow from it. And if we can't f****** grow from it, then we can't be together, and it's that simple. But are those words of love, soft and tender, going to be enough to win a girl's heart when she inevitably finds out about his three-way kiss with a couple of so-called grenadesÂ?
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