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It’s a Shark Week special episode, featuring the return of a favorite podcast guest — as well as the return of America’s sharky sweetheart.

Reaching new depths of this podcast.

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ABOUT THIS EPISODE:

It’s the start of Shark Week! To celebrate, we have a returning special guest, Maverick, joining us for our feature presentation: Jaws 3D — but without the 3D fun. As we like to say with our favorite animal, let’s get sharky!

If you are a new listener to the PaNcast, be aware there are spoilers and expletives ahead! We break down the movie, go through a summary, offer analysis, trivia, arbitrary awards, reviews, ratings, fanfiction and more!

“Sea World opens near ocean. Baby shark wants to see everything up close. Things go awry.” – Carnage’s Five Second Summary.

We are so glad to have you all back for another shark adventure! And as we skip right over Jaws 2 and pretend it doesn’t exist, we enjoy the fun of another crappy sequel.

Mommy and Baby shark (damn, now that is the song we should have sung; you are welcome that we forgot) create plenty of chaos and lots of carnage (aaayo) at a brand spanking new park. We join young Dennis Quaid as Mike Brody, taking after his father as he battles the great white and its little baby who just wants to have a snack during the show. Poor baby. Just punished for being hungry.

Bad acting and impossibilities are aplenty as we rip into this feature from 1983.

Make sure to watch Jaws 3D unless you want to be spoiled like a leg that was left behind by a baby shark. Then make sure to go check out this week’s episode to find out the complete shark dish with Chaos and Carnage (and guest, Maverick).

Jaws 3D is available for rent on Amazon.

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