<p><span></span>On July 29, <em>Life & Style</em>'s Scene Queens traveled to sunny Seaside Heights, N.J., to bring <em>Life & Style</em> readers exclusive access to a crazy, almost three-hour taping of the new season of <em>Jersey Shore</em>.<br />
And where else would the techno-loving Shore kids be but Karma nightclub, one of Pauly D and the Situation's favorite bars for late night antics. But as we witnessed, the guys aren't allowed to flirt and interact with just anyone there. Scene Queens witnessed producers drawing black dots on the hands of girls deemed worthy enough to talk to the cast (they also had to be willing to sign release forms to be on television). Anyone without the mark was strictly off-limits to speak to on camera.
And clubgoers were so desperate to get on camera, they even started fights for their chance at fame, as we saw first-hand when a bunch of guys got into a barroom brawl. "The cast has to be more careful because everyone knows them now," a Jersey Shore spy tells the Scene Queens. "Some of the guys, like the Situation will have four to six security guys with them to stop people from approaching." But, hey, the formula is working: Jersey Shore season two debuted with 5.3 million viewers!
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