Last week I was reading "Of Human Bondage" by W. Somerset Maugham and then saw a scene from it play out on "Jersey Shore."
It starts here:
Bette Davis is Mildred Rogers, who has been yanking on Philip Carey's ole heartstrings far too long. When all the dudes have ditched out and Philip is still standing as well as a person can stand on a club foot, Mildred slips into something slinky and tries to woo our drunken hero, mistaking his help for a little leftover love for her.
While the set ups are different, the end result is the same:
Meanwhile, over on Ocean Terrace, Ronnie retaliated by taking all of Sammi's prized possessions -- including her blow drier, her bed, her glasses and her plastic stacking crates -- demolishing them, then throwing them outside all while muttering something about "sleeping outside like a dog."
And this, my friends, is how I know that everything in the world is connected.