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I guess Tara Reid and Ian Ziering can count on steady paychecks for the next few years. Sharknado 2 set a ratings record for Syfy with almost 4 million viewers watching the first airing of the movie which was triple the amount of people that watched the first movie. During the airing of the movie, it also received 1 billion Twitter mentions which is an astronomical number. I actually have not got around to watching the second installment yet because it is something you have to prepare yourself for and can't just sit down when they tell you to watch it. you need a pitcher of adult beverages and need to prepare yourself for really bad acting and directing and sound and to convince yourself that you are not wasting a couple of hours of your life. So, pretty much like watching Keeping Up With The Kardashians, but with killer sharks and cameos from a bunch of people you have not thought of in years.
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