SNL's Spoof On MTV's "Floribama Shore," Looks Better Than The Real Show

SNL’s Spoof On MTV’s “Floribama Shore,” Looks Better Than The Real Show

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Since the reality series, “Jersey Shore,” was such a hit for the MTV network, the producers of the show decided to take their recipe for disaster down South. With the creation of “Floribama Shore” taking place in Panama City Beach, the fun is just beginning.

“Saturday Night Live” chose to make fun of the cast on the Saturday (Dec. 3) episode and it looks more interesting than the real thing. The spoof was filmed in the middle of Hurricane Irma, to make the show a little more exciting. The cast of 6, ranging in ages from 22-41— all natives of Florida— let it rip on the beaches of Panama City.

“My name’s Quartney with a Quart,” one house member says. “I’m a freak in the sheets and a Benghazi truther in streets.”

Here’s another winning line. “What are you going to do about it cry to your daddy?,” Epcot said

“You don’t know my daddy,” Quartney replied.

“You don’t know my daddy,” Epcot also said.

And together they both said, “My daddy’s Hulk Hogan.” Now, that’s classic television right there. And not far off from the real episodes.

Here’s a look at what you could be missing on the real “Floribama Shore,” which airs on MTV Monday nights at 10 p.m. ET.

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