'Sharknado' storms social media, spawns sequel rumors
Photo: Syfy Channel
"We lost the night to #SharkNado? What the hell is that?" - every non-syfy network executive tomorrow morning.
— Wil Wheaton (@wilw) July 12, 2013
And for those wondering about the science behind "Sharknado," site iO9 asked writer Thunder Levin (of course his name is Thunder. We demand NOTHING LESS) some hard-hitting questions like this gem:
How are the sharks cognizant enough to keep biting people while they're flying through the air?Thunder: If you were a shark and you found yourself flying through the air, wouldn’t you keep biting? I think you’d be pretty pissed about being plucked out of your nice familiar ocean where you’re king of the predators, and you’d probably take it out on whoever got in your way. Honestly, I don’t understand why people are so perplexed by this concept. The logic is undeniable.
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