While it could be argued that every single frame from the Sharknado movies makes for an iconic moment, we attempted to whittle it down to a few dozen essential images from the first three adventures.
Let's begin with this one. America!
The corrupt ship captain was the very first victim of the very first Sharknado. And he didn't go down without a fight.
There's no greater weapon against a shark than a bar stool. A shotgun's pretty good, too.
There will be no more ferris wheel rides on the Santa Monica Pier today.
Domestic squabbling before things get really sharky. What kind of jackass has his own headshot on the wall?
No, that's not Jesse Eisenberg.
One of the most heroic moments from the first Sharknado: Fin saves the stunt people playing schoolchildren!
Mrs. Fielding's Third Grade Class stages the final fountain scene in Ocean's Eleven.
Get off dry land! And stay out of the water, too.
At least one resident can't believe the current status of that Connect Four game.
You can't tell them apart, can you?
Death. Rebirth. Sharknado.
"What a day ..."
"There's a shark on the wing!"
Alligators in the sewers, feh.
For the Mets, who got Sharknado'd out!
Lady Liberty hits the town.
This is a common tourist configuration in NYC.
Jumping the shark(s). Yee-haw!
When the Mayor of New York City hands you a chainsaw, you'd better deliver.
Just another day on W 54th St.
No greater struggle.
Being covered in blood earns you an automatic "Yes!"
Fin's not quite buying the whole golden chainsaw thing, but the President of the United States seems pleased.
(Ask for Babs.) Any Animal House fans out there?
The scary masked guy ended up being Nova. Whew! She would've punched back, of course.
"He didn't eat a car, did he?" Jaws Easter egg.
What if this really happened?
This is what roller coasters feel like after you've reached a certain age.
The stuff of nightmares.
"My God ... it's full of stars!"
When Darth Vader hands you a lightchainsaw, you'd better deliver.
'Lack of funding' isn't the real reason we don't go into space very often.
Family. Blood runs thicker than water, after all.
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