"Sharknado 3: Oh Hell No!" aired Wednesday night, delivering the same ridiculous plot-lines and cameos as the first two.
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Tara Reid's character April accompanied her husband, Fin (Ian Ziering) into outer space to attempt to eradicate all sharknados, was then swallowed by a shark in space, delivered her own baby inside said shark while falling to earth before escaping with the help of her chainsaw hand, and then was possibly crushed/sliced in half by a falling piece of space shuttle.
Now, the key word there is "possibly." As it was revealed during the end credits, April's fate is entirely up to us, and will be revealed in "Sharknado 4."
So it appears the toothy onslaught may not be over yet, even though it seemed like David Hasselhoff made pretty good use of those lasers to get rid of all the sharks at the end of "Sharknado 3." There are probably still plenty of sharks to populate those tornados for at least one more movie.
April's journey was not the only magnificent revelation from "Sharknado 3." In fact, the movie was filled with scenes that we thought to deem the number one moment, until we actually finished it, such as:
—That time Fin revealed that he can now sense the sharknados, like some kind of sharknado whisperer.
—Frankie Muniz's heroic death in which all of his limbs were eaten off by sharks, but he still managed to set off a bomb, exploding both him and some sharks.
—That one shark's happy little ride down the water slide, only to find that no one wanted to swim with him once he got to the bottom.
—That time Claudia's new friend finally kissed her, and then was promptly eaten by a shark.
—That glorious moment in which George R.R. Martin was beheaded by a shark.
—That second when we realized the plan to get rid of the sharknados involved non-astronauts Ian Ziering and David Hasselhoff taking a space shuttle into outer space.
—That moment when all the "Today" anchors held hands and braced themselves for the shark-pocalypse, right before four sharks descended upon them from the ceiling.
—When David Hasselhoff sacrificed himself in outer space for the good of the entire eastern seaboard.
— Lightsaber. Chainsaw.
So, every NBC news anchor may be dead and most recognizable monuments on the eastern coast of the U.S. may have been demolished, but at least it seemed like The Wizarding World of Harry Potter was still in tact by the end of the movie.
Actors in the movie thought "Sharknado" would "be a bomb," shark slayer Ziering admitted on "Today."
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