Mike Situation Neck Brace
Mike Sorrentino Wears a Neck Brace and Sunglasses on This Week’s Episode of Jersey Shore Family Vacation
Mike “The Situation” Sorrentino has come a long way since he was ramming his head into concrete walls, but that doesn’t mean he doesn’t have a few things to work on. The Jersey Shore star was recently seen wearing a neck brace and sunglasses, which may have reminded some viewers of the iconic image from Season 3 of MTV’s Jersey Shore Family Vacation.
He’s got a new wife and a new name (Lauren Pesce) but the Situation still has some lingering issues that need to be resolved. In fact, he’s about to go through some serious hospital drama on this week’s episode of Jersey Shore Family Vacation.
The Situation mopes around the house, muttering nonsensically and putting on 80s sunglasses while he wears a neck brace. JWoww makes a joke about it and Pauly D agrees with him that he looks ridiculous.
Ron tries to make peace with Mike, but Mike isn’t having it. He’s moping around the house with his neck brace on and yellow sweatpants, and Sammi is trying to talk to him but he’s just not giving her much of a chance.
It’s a little weird to see him wearing the same outfit that he was wearing on Season 3 of Jersey Shore Family Vacation, but the episode isn’t about Ronnie or Sweetheart – it’s about a guy who hasn’t been in a relationship for years. It’s about the Situation’s pain and the fact that he’s still unable to get over it.
So it’s not surprising to see the Situation’s neck brace on again, and again, on this episode of Jersey Shore Family Vacation. It’s a classic Mike Sorrentino moment, and one that is sure to give fans some major FOMO.
His neck brace and yellow sweatpants are a nod to Florence, which is the city where Mike was sent to the hospital after being hit by Ronnie. It’s also a subtle reference to Elton John’s song “I’m Still Standing,” which is a favorite among the Jersey Shore cast.
He’s got a lot on his mind, and his neck brace and yellow sweatpants have been a constant reminder of his past. It’s hard not to look at him with the sour face that comes with a hangover and a bad case of insomnia and wonder what happened.
As it turns out, he had a serious medical emergency in Florence that required him to be in the hospital for several hours. When he was brought back to the villa, Mike was wearing a neck brace and yellow sweatpants as well.
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