Is The Super Bowl A Must Watch?
At 6:29 Eastern Time the world will stop as nearly everyone will all tune into, if they haven’t already, to Super Bowl XLVI on NBC.
They’ll tune into watch the rematch of 2008.
They’ll tune into watch the rematch of week 9.
Most importantly, they’ll tune into watch the match up of the 2011-12 NFL season, the NFL Super Bowl between the New York Giants and the New England Patriots.
But why will they tune into that? Instead of Undercover Boss at 7, ABC World News with David Muir at 6:30, or America’s Funniest Home Videos right after, so you ask?
Because it’s the SUPER BOWL! The game of all games, the broadcast of all broadcasts, and even the best commercials of all commercials.
So let me answer your question with a question, why wouldn’t you tune into Super Bowl XLVI?
Heck, even the United States Government wouldn’t dare to interrupt it even with a National message that told us that all our lives were soon to be in danger.
The point I’m trying to get at here, is the Super Bowl is the game that your mom let’s you stay up late on a school night to watch. It’s the game that you miss your routine Sunday season episode for. It’s the game that Motel 6 won’t leave the light on for you.
It’s the Super Bowl.
So get the old clicker out and DVR the shows that you’re going to miss as even the commercials will keep you entertained.
Though, you don’t have to watch the Super Bowl. Except come Monday morning when you head to school, work, the grocery store, or where ever it may be, you will be that guy…or girl.
That guy or girl, that watched the news instead, went to bed early, watched the season premiere of Napoleon Dynamite.
So, let me ask you, do you want to be that guy…or girl?
No you don’t. So come 6:29 grab the remote, get of the lazy boy to turn the channel, fix the bunny ears, do whatever it takes to tune into Super Bowl XLVI, because trust me, you won’t regret it.