New Jersey Strikes Back Against Jersey Shore Show

A new reality show is set to launch this fall to counter the growing national misconceptions of the Garden State caused by the widely popular MTV show.

New Jersey governor Chris Christie pontificating on the evils of Jersey Shore.

TRENTON, N.J. — In concurrence with action taken in September of last year to cut $420,000 in tax credits that would have otherwise been allotted to 495 Productions, the company responsible for producing Jersey Shore, New Jersey Governor Chris Christie (R) has thrown his support behind a new reality show in production from PBS.

The series, entitled Jersey Core, will reportedly follow a group of young up-and-coming New Jerseyans who work hard at important jobs, contribute to society and date wholesome, like-minded individuals. The cast members of Jersey Core are also reported to be able to drink moderately, avoid urinating behind bars, have un-annoying voices, a respectable grasp of English grammar and healthy relationships with their families and friends.

“Too bad nobody’s going to watch,” said Jim Clark, 25, a New Jersey local. “It sounds boring. And who wants to watch a bunch of goody-two-shoes snobs live a better life than you, anyway? No, give me Snookie floating in a puddle of her own vomit. At least that makes me feel good about myself.”

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