Sharknado 3‘s Most Gloriously Absurd Moments

Are there any other kind?

Just when you thought it was safe to go back to Syfy, the network aired Sharknado 3: Oh Hell No! on Wednesday night. The third installment in the utterly ridiculous, albeit popular so-bad-it’s-bad franchise, which stars Beverly Hills, 90210’s Ian Ziering, was chock full of moments that have made the cheese-tastic saga the social network phenomenon it’s become.

With more D-list cameos than you can shake a shark fin at (Jerry Springer! Michelle Bachmann! David Hasselhoff! Kendra Wilkinson! Anthony Weiner! Bo Derek…WHY?!?) and an utterly pointless “plot” (even by Sharknado standards), there are plenty of gloriously absurd moments from Sharknado 3: Oh Hell No to revel in! Check them all out.

-Returning hero Ian Ziering is awarded a golden chainsaw by the President of the Unites States, who is Mark Cuban. (And for that reason, I’m out.) Ann Coulter is the Vice President. Bill Engvall is the Chief of Staff. Honestly, a sharknado doesn’t sound so bad now, does it?


-Coulter and Mark McGrath surf down a flight of steps on priceless White House paintings to escape sharks.

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