Because one sharknado isn't enough, Syfy made a sequel to last year's disaster B-movie, only this time the sharp-toothed creatures took over New York City.
If you didn't watch "Sharknado 2: The Second One" on Wednesday night, fear not: Twitter did. Here's what you missed while living your life:
This time there were sharks on a plane. (Sadly no Samuel L. Jackson, though.)
Kelly Osbourne made an appearance as a flight attendant -- but then a shark ate her head.
Tara Reid's April wrote a survival book on the last Sharknado.
But, oops, she lost her hand to a hungry shark.
Andy Dick made a cameo as a New York cop.
Sandra Denton, a.k.a. Pepa from Salt-N-Pepa, also showed up for a bit.
Perez Hilton made a cameo complaining about the delayed subway train (then he died).
Then the sharknado interrupted a Mets game and bats were used as weapons.
This woman got her face ripped off by a shark.
Citi Bikes were used to escape the sharks.
Vivica A. Fox pulled out a medieval sword to kill a shark.
There were slingshot bombs.
Kids, don't try this slingshot exploding propane thing at home. You can do the sword shark thing, though. #Sharknado2
— Wil Wheaton (@wilw) July 31, 2014
There was much commentary about equal amounts of plastic surgery and bad acting.
Oh, and a girl on an airplane toilet died.
Tara Reid got a saw for a hand (because duh).
There was lots of screaming.
Every New Yorker whipped out a chainsaw and attacked.
Al Roker and Matt Lauer killed it (literally).
Ian Ziering's Fin flies through the air and cuts through shark after shark until the day is saved.
Here's how critics felt about it.
But in the end, we all know Twitter was more important than the movie.