Snooki Says 'Jersey Shore' Could Go On 'Our Whole Lives'

The new season premieres Thursday at 10 p.m. ET on MTV.

As if you couldn't tell from the chaotic, darn-near-catastrophic trailer, the new season of MTV's "Jersey Shore" — which kicks off Thursday (January 6) night at 10 p.m. ET on MTV — is going to be one for the ages.

But according to one "Shore" star — the fantastic Nicole "Snooki" Polizzi — we haven't seen anything yet.

"Well, I think the whole season overall is just insane," she told MTV News. "There's a lot of drama between the roommates, like, more than ever. A lot of drama with Jenni and her now ex-boyfriend, that was a lot to handle, especially when she's my best friend. We had to go to her house and get her dogs; it was really crazy. So Jenni pretty much had a hard time in Seaside [Heights], just with her relationships."

But the drama wasn't just limited to JWoww. It seems the rest of the cast raised the bar on the new season, the Snookster included. Because, this time around, she was on a mission.

"Me, I just kind of went balls-to-the-wall, because I hated the male race, and I just wanted to go out and just, like, destroy every guy that I found, so I pretty much just did that," she continued. "And in that process I found [current boyfriend] Jionni [LaValle]. And Sammi and Ronnie, I never saw them fight like that before, so you're going to see a whole new level of Sam and Ron fighting."

And with so much Seaside madness, fans have got to be wondering: Just how long can the "Jersey Shore" cast keep it up? Rest assured, Snooki, the Situation and the rest of the crew have no intention of slowing down any time soon.

"I think everybody can do, like, at least another 20 series or something like that, because we can do this our whole lives," she said. "This is what we do, and even if we weren't getting paid, we'd still be going back to the shore and doing the same thing. So why not have cameras following us?"

The new season of "Jersey Shore" premieres tonight at 10 p.m. ET on MTV.