'Jersey Shore's Craziest Moments From Crashing Into a Cop Car to Vicious Fights

VIDEO: A look back at some of the most outrageous scenes from the first five seasons.

Tonight begins the long goodbye for Snooki, JWoww, the Situation, Pauly D, Vinny, Ronnie and Sammi and all their other friends at the Jersey Shore. The premiere of the sixth and final season of "Jersey Shore" will air tonight on MTV and the cast says it will be the best season yet.

"Tomorrow The Official 2 Hour Premiere Episode Of The Final Season Of Jersey Shore On @MTV !!!!! Everyone Tune In #Season6#BestSeasonYet," Pauly "Pauly D" DelVecchio tweeted Wednesday.

"Get pumped for the new season... It's going to be good!!!!" Mike "The Situation" Sorrentino tweeted Sept. 30.

The cast has big adventures ahead now that the series has ended. Nicole "Snooki" Polizzi gave birth to her first child, a boy named Lorenzo, Aug. 26 and she is engaged to the baby's father and her longtime boyfriend, Jionni LaValle. Jenni "JWoww" Farley was engaged Sept. 14 to her boyfriend Roger Mathews. Cast member Vinny Guadagnino is currently promoting his book "Control the Crazy" in which he tells his story about his battle with anxiety. Sorrentino has his own line of work out DVDs and DelVecchio is a popular DJ who has opened for Britney Spears and plays almost weekly in Las Vegas.

But just because the series is ending, doesn't mean the fun stops for the "Jersey Shore" cast.

"It might be the final season premiere of the #JerseyShore on Thursday but #GTL never stops," JWoww tweeted Sept. 30.

Click through to see the craziest moments from the past five seasons at the Shore.

PHOTO: Snooki gets punched
Snooki Gets Punched

It was called the punch seen around the world. In season one, Nicole "Snooki" Polizzi was punched by another bar patron after she accused him of stealing the cast's drinks. The patron, gym teacher Brad Ferro from Queens, N.Y., punched the 4-foot-9 star in the face, knocking her to the ground.

The rest of the cast rushed to her side and the male cast members tried to get back at Ferro, who was charged with simple assault.

MTV originally aired the punch in promos for the show, but when it came time for the episode to air, they chose not to show the actual punch.

PHOTO: JWoww vs. Sammi
JWoww and Sammi Fight Over 'the Note'

The infamous note written to Sam "Sammi Sweetheart" Giancola during the second season caused a lot of drama for the cast members including a vicious fist fight between Giancola and Jenni "JWoww" Farley.

When the roommates arrived in Miami for season two, Giancola and her boyfriend, fellow cast mate Ronnie Ortiz-Magro, were broken up but as they tried to make things work, Ortiz-Magro did naughty things on the side including kissing a cocktail waitress. Farley and Polizzi stepped in to let Giancola know what was going on, but they didn't tell her to her face. The girls wrote an anonymous, typed note and put it in Giancola's drawer, then denied that they wrote it.

When Giancola figured it out, it caused a nasty fight with both girls slapping each other and pulling lots of hair. And the fight in Miami wasn't enough. The two girls got physical again in season three when they were back in Seaside, N.J.

PHOTO: Snooki crashes her car
Snooki Crashes Into a Cop Car

Remember when the cast went to Florence, Italy, for season four? The cast members probably don't because like always, they spent a majority of the season drinking in clubs.

One of the most infamous moments from the season was when Snooki crashed the roommates' car into a cop car while she was driving with her fellow "meatball" Deena Cortese. The girls were taken into custody, but not arrested and were later released. Snooki was then spotted around Florence after the crash wearing a neck brace.

Snooki provided many crazy moments during the five seasons of "Jersey Shore." During season three, the overly tan reality star was arrested for disorderly conduct for being intoxicated on the Seaside Heights boardwalk. She was released the same day of her arrest.

PHOTO: Ronnie vs Mike
Ronnie Attacks Mike, Sending Him to the Hospital

During the five seasons of "Jersey Shore," the cast couldn't seem to stay out of the drama of Sam and Ronnie's relationship and Mike "The Situation" Sorrentino was no exception. After Mike spread rumors around the house about the pair, Ronnie attacked him. The boys punched and wrestled their way around their shared room in Florence, with Mike even slamming his head into the wall in anger. Security for the show had to pull the boys off each other and Mike was sent to the hospital.

Snooki also attacked Mike in Italy after he told the roommates that he and Snooki hooked up while she was dating her then boyfriend, and now fiancé, Jionni LaValle. The petite star threw bottles at Mike, telling him she was going to kill him for making up the rumor.

PHOTO: Ronnie destroys Sammi's belongings
Ronnie Destroys All of Sammi's Belongings

Ronnie and Sam fought so often while they dated on "Jersey Shore" that the rest of the cast felt like they were in the relationship too. Their most heated altercation happened during season three after Sammi danced with another guy at the club. Ronnie came home before Sam and destroyed all of her things including her glasses, her bed and throwing all of her belongings onto the balcony. The fight led Sammi to leave the shore house, but no worries, she returned two episodes later.

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