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Posted: Wednesday, August 18, 2010 3:13 pm | Updated: 3:38 pm, Wed Aug 18, 2010.

I suppose it was too much to ask for Snooki to put in an appearance in court today. Maybe she couldn't find anyone to cover her shift at the Shirt Shack.

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Kevin Clapp
  • Kevin Clapp
  • Features Writer
    The Press of Atlantic City
  • E-mail: kclapp@pressofac.com
  • Phone: 609-272-7000
  • Kevin Clapp has had a passion for pop culture and television since college, when reruns of "The Muppet Show" were required viewing. From "Buffy" to "Lost", "Cheers" to "Rescue Me," there's not much he won't sit down and watch.