It would seem that I'm alone in being shocked that they somehow managed to tarnish Sharknado's "good name" with this sequel. Why even bother showing commercials in a broadcast that's so full of cameos and product placement? If you consider the number of products being marketed per second, they probably would have made more money by eliminating the commercials and extending the runtime, since a commercial only advertises one thing at a time, but the movie can market multiple products simultaneously in each scene.
The first one was hilariously bad, but the fact that they thought this one would be successful from the start meant that they spent more time on the cameos than on the mayhem. Fin wasn't the only one to jump the shark this time around, yet I'm sure the huge numbers will invariably spawn another sequel with even more marketing. Oh well, at least the first one didn't play like a WWE infomercial set in SeaWorld.