Written by Mr. Mouseburger 4th Sep 2005
Details submitted by P.E
Brody is left emotionally scarred from his first encounter with these unrealistic sharks, and as such manages to get himself fired as chief of police for insisting Amity Island is being terrorised once again. The small minded mentality of this place means that the mayor and business officials (who run the town) are unwilling to accept this to be the case, despite chewed remains washing up on their beach on a daily basis.
Brody is forced into action once again when he realises that his children and their friends have all gone out sailing. He steals (commandeers) a police boat and follows them. The shark is certainly quite clever: despite all its natural instincts to hunt close to the shore, it decides to follow these pleasure cruisers far out to sea and subject them to a sustained series of attacks.
When Brody finally catches up with the kids, they are floating aimlessly on the sea. He prepares to tow them back to shore when the shark appears and in his panic he crashes the boat into 'Cable Junction'. Brody dredges the bottom of the sea (for some reason that escapes me), and unwittingly drags up a rather thick electricity cable.
Brody is well skilled with how sharks operate and comes up with a master plan; he shimmies down the cable and begins whacking it with his oar (this is not a euphemism).
The sound waves travel rather effectively through the water and lure the shark towards him and away from the kids. As it comes in for the kill, Brody releases his grip on the cable and the shark bites down hard. The electric shock is enough to kill the shark, but what is slightly more puzzling is the way the shark catches fire and melts - it is almost as if it was made of rubber.....