'Jersey Shore's' The Situation Tries to Pick up Jesse Eisenberg on 'Tonight Show' (Video)

The reality star shows off his Italian by "hitting on" the "30 Minutes or Less" actor.
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Jersey Shore star Mike "The Situation" Sorrentino put the moves on Jesse Eisenberg on The Tonight Show With Jay Leno on Tuesday night.

He also put on display his Italian-language skills -- apparently honed while shooting the new season of MTV's reality hit in Florence, Italy.

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Asked by Leno what he would say to Eisenberg if the actor were actually "an attractive Italian woman," Sorrentino replied: "I would have to say, 'Ciao, signorina.' That means, 'Hello miss,' in Italian."

Sorrentino added that he would then follow up with a compliment.

" I would say, 'che dolce,' which means, 'You are sweet.' At that particular point, [I would say], 'Let's go to the house.'"

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In case you're wondering, a game and laughing Eisenberg -- who was on the late-night show promoting his upcoming movie 30 Minutes or Less -- didn't respond as to whether the lines would actually work on him.

Jersey Shore returned to MTV last week to 8.8 million total viewers, marking its most-watched season premiere.


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