Ever since that first teaser trailer for Jersey Shore: Family Vacation dropped, the world has wondered what this over-the-top reunion is going to be like.
But we don't have to wait for the April 5th premiere date to find out what's in store for these orange hooligans.
A new trailer is out that reveals a lot more, and you can see that below.
Snooki exclaims "We're back, bitches!" in a drawn out way.
It's almost as though they had never left.
But they did leave — a lot of the stars are parents. They talk up their age a lot, Snooki herself is 30. They're at different stages in their lives, but they're hardly geriatric.
And from the antics in this trailer, in which they drink and drink and drink in South Beach, they aim to prove that they haven't slowed down one bit since they were first horrifying audiences.
Jersey Shore was a reality series that some hailed as deceptively brilliant social commentary and others believed heralded the collapse of society.
But … maybe it was never that deep. Maybe it was just a bunch of idiots living their lives on camera, you know?
It looks like, in some ways, this revival is going to be more of the same.
But things have changed dramatically for so many of these stars.
As we mentioned, some of them are parents, now. They have actual responsibilities.
So while this revival will allow them to "go wild" as they haven't for years, as Jenni "JWOWW" Farley notes, it's likely that they're going to take better care of themselves than they did when they were young.
After all, they'll be going back to their lives as parents after the cameras shut off. The responsibilities of being a parent continue even when you're not with your kids.
Speaking of children, there's one guy who expressed shock, nervousness, and excitement during the trailer because of his own impending fatherhood.
Ronnie Ortiz-Magro makes it very clear in this trailer that can't believe that he's going to be a dad.
As you may recall, he didn't find the love of his life on Jersey Shore, but he did in real life.
And now, as you can see from the baby bump in that photo, his girlfriend Jen Harley is very much pregnant.
Of course, not everyone's major life transitions are positive ones.
(Yes, having children is a positive life change if you want children)
No, Snooki teases in the trailer that someone is going to be behind bars.
"Dude," Snooki says at one point. "Prison is no joke. It's scary."
She then follows up with a more ominous statement.
"He's literally not going to survive."
Smart money says that the guy headed for prison is Mike "The Situation" Sorrentino since he pleaded guilty to tax fraud.
We don't think that fans need to be picking out an outfit to wear to his presumably public funeral, however.
He's going to prison for tax fraud, which is bad, but not a violent crime. He'll probably have an unpleasant time in prison, because prison is zero fun, but not all prisons are created equally, and he's likely to be placed with other non-violent offenders.
But … yeah, it's going to suck.
Also, these folks drink a lot … and talk about drinking a lot.
They comment on who smells like alcohol, and they're clearly going out to have a good time — fist-pumping, of course, included.
One might wonder how much of this is staged. How many drinks are watered down. How many explosions of wild excitement were the results of multiple takes and specific instructions from producers.
But it looks like Jersey Shore: Family Vacation is shaping up to be just as wild of a ride as the original series.
Plus, they're in Florida.
Check out the new trailer: