Biggest ‘Jersey Shore’ Fight To-Date Airs Tonight!

'It was like that season one kind of drama,' Vinny and castmates dish to MTV News about Thursday night's (October 11) club brawl.

We’re only just a few episodes into this sixth and final season of “Jersey Shore,” and already we’ve seen a much different shore house environment. The group has grown and matured since first stepping foot on the boardwalk three years ago. Vinny has traded hook-ups for celibacy, Snooki is now a mom, and Mike “The Situation” traded in his hard-partying days.

So, you’re thinking there won’t be any drama on this season of “Jersey Shore?” Well, think again.

“As much as we try to stay away from it, there’s always drama with us for some reason,” Pauly D told MTV News.

Over the course of the past few seasons, the drama has occurred inside the shore house with alliances formed, furniture thrown and that memorable food fight between Snooki and “The Situation.” Yet, now it seems that the fights have moved from the shore house to the boardwalk.

“There’s a lot of drama with outside the house, some people were on edge and fights broke out,” Vinny said. “It was like that season one kind of drama where like we went to the club and we didn’t know what was going to go down. It was always some crazy stuff going down.”

And that crazy stuff happens on Thursday’s two-hour double episode as the group hits up Seaside hot-spot Bamboo, where the biggest fight in “Jersey Shore” history goes down. In a sneak peek of the episode, there seems to be mass hysteria throughout the club, causing muffled obscenities, fists to fly and bouncers throwing people out.

The clip ends with Jenni “JWoww” Farley’s fiancé Roger Mathews fighting with an unidentified bar-goer, which has JWoww getting in the middle of the argument.

“We all ended up in a pretty crazy Bamboo fight that will be played out this season, pretty intense,” JWoww said. “But me and Roger are fine, it was just a little bump in the road.”

The final season of “Jersey Shore” airs Thursday, October 11, at 10 p.m. ET/PT. For more on “Jersey Shore,” head to MTV’s Remote Control Blog.

Christina Garibaldi has been an on-camera reporter for MTV News since 2011. When not interviewing or writing about her favorite stars, she keeps herself busy with baby animal videos and boy bands.