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Remember the video last August of a cat riding a Roomba while dressed in a shark costume?

It went viral for one obvious reason: it featured a cat riding a Roomba while dressed in a shark costume.

But now the owner of Max the Roomba Cat has decided to really try and break the Internet by adding a baby to the equation, a baby who is also wearing a shark costume obviously.

The result is as cute and semi-ridiculous as you'd imagine it to be:

The owner created this footage to honor Shark Week, but, really, this is taking away from Shark Week.

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We're gonna need a bigger TV...

Are you ready to go back into the water, television and animal lovers?

Starting tonight, the Discovery Channel is back with what has become an annual classic that simply grows bigger, better and more exciting on a yearly basis: SHARK WEEK!!!!!

It's okay to get excited. You certainly aren't the only one, as many celebrities have gushed over Shark Week on Twitter and in other public forums in the past, led this time around by Rob Lowe.

The actor is the well-chiseled face of Shark Week in many commercials, making clear his affection for the ocean's most dangerously beloved sharp-toothed creatures.

Click around below to see what Lowe and other famous folks have to say about Shark Week and go make some room on your DVR. Let's do this.

Rob Lowe
Rob Lowe actually stars in ads for Shark Week and Tweeted in anticipation of the 2014 version: "If you like me and you like sharks, pretty sure you will like this."

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A recent tiger shark attack victim says even though her injuries from the fish were extensive, the tiger shark that bit her left as quickly as it had attacked.

Almost like a shark hit and run.

Evonne Cashman shows viewers in the news report above how she had to get at least 40 staples in her hand and along her spine after the shark bit her.

She just glad she didn’t lose her thumb, however, and for good reason.

While the experience was traumatizing to say the least and her wounds are significant, Evonne should eventually heal without any permanent damage.

Another Shark Week cautionary tale, THGers. Meanwhile, somewhere Tara Reid is wondering how a tiger and shark have sex to make a tiger shark.

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Tara Reid was a guest on Discovery Channel's Shark Week talk show this week, and wow, did she enlighten us with her discussion of whale sharks.

"So I look up 'sharks' on the Internet," the Sharknado star said.

"Today I was like, all right, I don't want to, like, really sound stupid when I do this show today, like... so I learned a little education on sharks."

"I see 'whale sharks,' so I'm like, that must mean that a whale and a shark have sex. And then I think, 'Well, how do a whale and a shark have sex?'"

She was asked if there was a video online.

"No, there is a thing called whale sharks, and then I realized whales are mammals and sharks are animals, so they have nothing to do with each other."

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It's that time again. Shark Week 2013 is upon us.

This is by all accounts an exciting event. Mostly.

Between amusing fake documentaries on the Megalodon to legitimately fascinating looks inside the world of sharks and their environs, Discovery has made this a can't-miss event.

Still, there is such a thing is too much buzz.

From singing sharks to yelling fans, some people get a little too hyped about Shark Week, no? The video below examines this very phenomenon. Take a look:

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Now that The Bachelorette has (finally come to an end), we can sink our teeth into more exciting summer TV that isn't comprised of 87 percent filler:

Shark Week 2013 is in full swing!

The annual Discovery Channel experience kicked off with a faux documentary on Megalodon, followed by Return of Jaws and Voodoo Sharks specials.

Shark Week Logo

The next four days are chock full of more programs dedicated to these creatures of the deep. Scroll down now and see the remaining Shark Week schedule:

Shark After Dark, 11 p.m. every night: A 60-minute long live talk show hosted by comedian Josh Wolf celebrating all things ... well, sharks. What else?

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Those who tuned in for the beginning of Shark Week on the Discovery Channel might have been waiting for that moment they realized they were being rickrolled. 

Megalodon Documentary

The channel kicked off their legendary week celebrating the deep sea killers with the most infamous of sharks, Megalodon. In a two hour documentary, they took a good look at the mythic creature and did their best to draw him out.

In fact, they even used a "chum cannon" to help facilitate what they called "power chumming" to hopefully arouse the beast. 

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