'Jersey Shore' Skews Shore Market, Brighton Beach Is Inspired

Jersey Shore
Jersey Shore

Thanks to the popularity of the MTV's "Jersey Shore" reality show, spending a night inside the show's Seaside Heights home requires about as much social currency as it takes to score a sleepover in the Lincoln bedroom. Not, really.

But the cost to dump your clothing filled trash bags and hit the boardwalk at the humble abode where Snooki desperately tried to get frickysnicky can reach upwards to $4,000 for a single night, says CNN.