Generally speaking, we at the Nerve office like to pretend Jersey Shore doesn't exist; our brains are just too important to us. That being said, I still lost my shit when I saw the latest installment of the "Jersey Floor" sketch from Late Night with Jimmy Fallon. Why? Because it features Tina Fey and Amy Poehler, two ladies we just can't get enough of around here, especially when they're looking that trashy/fierce.

But the fun doesn't stop there. This hilarious four-minute sketch also features Rachel Dratch and (of course) Jimmy Fallon, (a.k.a. Sully) and Denise, the bickering Boston Teens from SNL in the days of yore. As someone who has spent an embarrassingly large amount of time in both Jersey and Boston, let me tell you, those accents? Spot on, nearly indistinguishable to the untrained ear, and totally awesome.

I think we just found a new reason for 30 Rock to end their run, because Liz Lemon's got nothing on this stalker.

Commentarium (13 Comments)

May 06 11 - 3:34pm

Meh. I don't think Jersey Shore 'parodies' really even need to exist, especially by somebody as unfunny as Jimmy Fallon.

May 06 11 - 4:00pm

Not even Amy Poehler and a preggers Tina Fey could save that ill-conceived train wreck. People, please save your 9:03.

May 06 11 - 4:38pm

I'm not gonna lie, that made me chuckle. I never would have imagined that the annoying guy from the last season of That 70's Show would be one of the funniest characters; but it was probably just his shake weights.

And am I the only one who thinks that guido Tina Fey is possibly hotter than normal hot Tina Fey?

May 07 11 - 5:26am

The pregnancy makes her cleavage look great.

May 07 11 - 9:29am

She does have some pretty beastly knockers there.

May 07 11 - 6:17pm

This was awesome!

May 06 11 - 7:44pm

Well I enjoyed it.

May 07 11 - 6:27pm

But you have no sense of decorum or taste, do you Liz?

May 07 11 - 10:13pm

Do you feel better now that you've made a petty insult over the internet?

May 08 11 - 4:07am

I liked it too, I mean, what's so bad about JS? Yea, they're are stupid yadayadayada but I like watching the train wreck of Sam and Ronnie's relationship. There's something cathartic about watching a couple break up. I mean , I'm sure most of you hipsters have never had a real relationship so I know you can't empathize or relate.

May 08 11 - 3:51pm

I think it says something kind of sad about society that we love to watch other people's train wrecks, for the "catharsis" of it...

"Yeah, I love living vicariously through other peoples' mistakes and bad choices."

May 09 11 - 12:31pm

Yeah, sad on all fronts there.