Take one sip if…
… any of the characters kills a shark.
… there is a surprise celebrity cameo. (Two sips if said celebrity dies.)
… there is blatant product placement or SyFy brand integration that totally takes away from the integrity of a movie called Sharknado.
… the movie reiterates that it takes place in New York City (a subway scene, Citibikes, a shot of the Statue of Liberty, etc).
… an actor appears onscreen and you know who they are, but can’t quite put your finger on their name, even though you’ve definitely seen them before.
… anyone says the word “shark.” (Just kidding, please don’t do this. You’ll die.)
Finish your drink if…
… one of the main characters is murdered by a shark.
… there is any mention of Twitter, either within the movie or as an annoying SyFy suggested hashtag.
… you catch any reference to Jaws.
… any character makes a cringe-worthy joke or pun of the “jump the shark” variety.
… there is any meta reference to the first Sharknado.
… you think of something funny to tweet about the movie but get to Twitter and realize everyone else already made the same joke.
Finish the bottle if…
… Matt Lauer and Al Roker awkwardly fumble through their Sharknado “forecast.”
… Fin (Ian Ziering) breaks out the chainsaw.
… a New York City landmark is destroyed.
… Kelly Osbourne, Andy Dick, or Mark McGrath dies.
… the ending strongly implies that there will be a Sharknado 3.