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July 23, 2015 / Posted by:

Jabberjaw!

I’m typing this while heading over to wherever I need to go to hand over my US citizenship, because I didn’t watch Sharknado 3 last night. I am obviously a sad excuse for an American and I obviously lied all those times when I said the pledge allegiance and also pledged allegiance to watching all shark-themed SyFy movies. But I’m going to try to right my wrong by making an important shark in Hollywood history HSOTD.

Jabberjaw was a Hanna-Barbera cartoon from the 1970s. It was a whole lot of Scooby-Doo, a touch of the Flinstones and some Josie and the Pussycats. Jabberjaw was a great white shark who breathed in air, could talk, could walk on his back fins, was kind of a dumbass and he played the drums in a band called The Neptunes with a bunch of human teens who lived in an underwater city. It’s nice to know that just like the 80s, every single cartoon creator was as high as high can be while coming up with ideas in the 70s. The Neptunes would also travel to other underwater cities and take down evil sea creatures.

Jabberjaw was on TV before my mom said “oops” after the doctor told her she was knocked up again, but I’ve watched a couple of episodes on YouTube. Jabberjaw was basically Scooby Doo trapped in a shark’s body and his voice was modeled after Curly from The Three Stooges, but he sounded more like a butcher Mike Tyson to me. It’s really time for Jabberjaw to make a comeback. If the producers of  Sharknado care about educating the public about important sharks in history, they’ll make Jabberjaw the star of Sharknado 4.

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