Tonight's debut of Sharknado II: The Second One is a follow-up to last summer's surprise hit featuring a climate change-induced tornado sweeping up shivers of sharks and siccing them on unsuspecting residents of Los Angeles. Tonight's sharknado has its sights set on New York. What should the sharknado(es) destroy?http://thevane.gawker.com/a-sharknado-will-happen-someday-1611061574
As buzz grows in anticipation of Syfy's airing of Sharknado II: The Second One tonight at 9PM Eastern, I figure this is a natural conversation to have before watching the movie. I haven't been to New York since I was five years old, so I don't know enough about the city to wish a gruesome fish death upon any particular area.
Some regular readers of The Vane have strange, unhinged breakdowns whenever I mention the weather in NYC, so I figure this is a perfect chance for those folks to explain how and why some parts of the Big Apple are unworthy of continuing to exist shark-free.
Which parts of New York should get chomped up, and why?
[Image of Sharknado stars Ian Ziering and Tara Reid via AP | gif via entertainment.ie]