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'Jersey Shore' Ushers in Douchebag Renaissance in Italian Art

Fist-bumping with God. Furry boots on Botticelli's Venus. A duck-phone gondola. Ah yes, Jersey Shore truly brings out the best in Italy, where the MTV reality show was filmed for its newest season. Teaser ads for the new episodes blend high points in Italian art with the bedrock-scraping cultural low point that is Jersey Shore. All four ads after the jump.







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