Tracy Jordan once said, 'Live every week like it's Shark Week' (Jordan, 2006). I believe this to be true, because we should all live every day, every week, every month, with the same excitement with which we watch Shark Week. In the following essay, I will prove how exciting Shark Week really is by using several references and quotes from credible sources found not on Wikipedia. Shark Week is a very exciting time. It is a week full of great shows about sharks. There are many types of shows about sharks on Discovery Channel during Shark Week, including: educational shows about sharks, fictional shows about sharks, and other types of shows about sharks (Not Wikipedia, 2015).
Over the past 27 years, Shark Week has become a phenomenon. 'It is so easy to forget that the week after Christmas is one of the two holiest of holidays,' says Stephen Colbert, 'The other being, of course, Shark Week' (Colbert, 2010). I think what Colbert is trying to say, is that Shark Week is basically a holiday, and since holidays are basically phenomenons, Shark Week is basically a phenomenon.
In conclusion, Shark Week is awesome.
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Jordan, T. 2006. 30 Rock, 'Jack the Writer'. Retrieved July 7, 2015.
Wikipedia, Not. 2015. 'Shark Week'. Retrieved July 7, 2015.
Colbert, S. 2010. The Colbert Report. Retrieved July 7, 2015.