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As heard on TV... "Jersey Shore"

Jersey ShoreGoodbye for now, "Jersey Shore" cast. We'll always have the vomiting. And bad techno.

So, that wasn't so great, right?

The last episode of "Jersey Shore" -- at least until MTV figures out what to do about a second season -- was a clip-heavy nostalgia-fest that left us with more questions than answers: Will the show return next year? Will VH1 pick up Snooki's proposed dating show, "Snookin' For Love" (yes, really)? What will we do with our Thursday nights?

In the meantime, we'll always have the music, which was, as always, a combination of bad techno, bad emo, and Hot Topic pop-punk from bands whose existence you were only dimly aware of, at least until now.

Not much new music this week, but what there was, was choice. The rundown, after the jump.

(WARNING: mild spoiler alerts ahead)

Artist: Hero Pattern
Song: "You Don't Say"
Playing During: Sammi stares sadly after the cop car, which is taking Ronnie to jail, because he punched that guy.

Artist: National Skyline
Song: "Edge of the World"
Playing During: The guys comfort Snooki/Snickers, who, when it comes to men, clothing, footwear and most other things, has truly the worst judgment in the entire world (see below).

Artist: Jonas Sees In Color
Song: "Luck and Love"
Playing During: The scene where Snooki and the Situation drunkenly make out in the hot tub. "If you're hungry, try a Snickers," he reasons. Is this seriously happening on the last episode? Why is God punishing us?

By Allison Stewart  |  January 22, 2010; 12:38 PM ET
Categories:  As heard on TV  | Tags: Jersey Shore  
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