Uh, o-okay, here we go. After, uh, eight long months, Jersey Shore star Mike
Sorrentino, “the Situation,” -has been released from prison
for tax evasion. -Mm. This picture from TMZ’s
the first, uh, since he was released. His wife told the press
they can’t wait -to start working
on Baby Situations. -Mm. -Apparently, they’re both tired
of (bleep) other guys. -Yeah. (groaning, laughter) -Yeah. -Yep.
-(cheering) -Prison joke. Another one.
-Another one. -A little heavy early on.
-Yeah. -Yeah. -That came from behind and
caught us by surprise. -Yeah. It’s-it’s, like, about– ’cause
people get raped in prison. -Yes, yes. Mary Lynn, they do.
-Yeah. -They do. -Oh, right, right,
right. -They do, they do. -It’s not funny. -No.
-No, it’s not funny. It hurts. It hurts. Yeah. I-I’m actually sad that it was the Situation who
went to prison and not Snooki. ‘Cause– Yeah. ‘Cause if Snooki
went, that would have been the best season
of Orange is the New Black ever. -I’m gonna break down the
Situation’s life for you. -Okay. -When he was growing up, he ate
a lot of meatballs. -Mm-hmm. When he went to prison,
he ate a lot of meatballs. -Yes.
-(groaning, laughter) When he comes out, he will probably eat
a little bit of both. -Right?
-That’s… Um, his… his wife
was actually misquoted. She was, uh,
happy he was in jail -because at least
she knew where he was. -Oh. And when…
but when he gets out, she’s gonna have them put the
ankle bracelet on his (bleep). -RANDY: What?!
-(laughter, groaning) I don’t think that’ll fit. Wait. I-I think
he’s gonna be fine, by the way. I think the transition between
prison and Jersey Shore– they’re basically
the same place, right? SPADE:
Yeah. Lot of jacked dudes
working out, doing laundry. RANDY:
That’s right. Repressing homosexuality. Doing each other,
doing laundry, work… -Keeping secrets.
-Keeping secrets. -Yeah.
-All of those things. Yeah. I wonder if the kid’ll be
a DJ or an influencer. -RANDY: Ah.
-It’s a really tough… Oh, by the way, we’ve got, uh,
someone there at the prison. To get more on this story,
coming to us live from outside the jail in Jersey, my old friend and friend of the
show, Colin Quinn, on FaceTime. -Yeah. -Hey, hey!
-(applause and cheering) Hey, guys. He doesn’t know how
to do FaceTime. -Why is his chin cut off?
-Thanks, David. Thanks, David.
Can you hear me? Yeah, yeah. Go for it. I’m outside the courthouse,
Jersey City, and, uh,
it’s pretty serious stuff. (laughter) So, you’re… How long you have
you been out there in Jersey? I’ve been out here for, like,
an hour, an hour and a half. What’s going on
with The Situation? He, uh… he’s released
from jail, and, uh, he’s… He should be coming out
at any minute now. I’m expecting to see him
any minute here in Jersey City. -David? -It doesn’t look…
it doesn’t look like you’re in Jersey. Yeah. Maybe because you said
when you did your show, “Hey, I’d like to have you do
a semi-regular thing.” I was like, “Oh, great,
I can’t wait to fly out, business class,
and be on the show.” And six weeks in, my first
assignment is to go to Jersey, pay my own way,
go on the PATH train. You must think I’m an idiot. I’m not going to Jersey
for this stupid show. (laughter) -(applause)
-Wait. Hey, at least
they gave you… At least
they gave you a cameraman. -But…
Yeah. That was a Sklar. -Hey, so…
-At least it’s an important… At least you gave me
a relevant story, so thank you. (laughter) We’re filming the show in 2007.
Did you know that? QUINN (laughing):
Yeah. Hey, what happened, uh…? You should have just
driven that, uh… that car
that Sandler gave you. Well, I never got a car. Oh, that’s right. Uh… (laughter) But I will tell you
that Colin did come up with the name Grown Ups. -Right, Colin? Didn’t you?
-Yeah, I did. -Yeah. -But in fairness,
Adam came up with Grown Ups 2. (laughter)