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Something is happening this Sunday... what was it? Ah, yes, Super Bowl XLVII something or other will be enthralling people from coast to coast. On February 3rd, the Baltimore Ravens will take on the Sanfrancisco 49ers at the Mercedes-Benz Superdome in New Orleans, LA. puppy bowl
Hot off an endorsement deal with Pepsi and February cover of GQ magazine, Beyoncé will be providing the half-time entertainment. It's rumored that the 31-year-old will be reunited onstage with other Destiny's Child members and husband Jay-Z; Alicia Keys is set to belt out what she has described as her own verison of The National Anthem.

But what if the game is a boring, one-sided rachel vs. guyslaughter? Or what if -gasp- you’re not much of a football fan?

Thankfully, there are still hundreds of other channels willing to welcome your eyeballs.
Here are our picks for the top other shows to watch, and drown out the shouting from next door.

Puppy Bowl IX on Animal Planet, 3pm E/P
Take puppies, drop them onto a miniature
Law and Ordergridiron, add toys, a ref, and market heavily. That’s the strangely successful recipe behind this two-hour, puppy-powered imitation of the Superbowl.
2. Rachel vs Guy: Celebrity Cook-Off on the Food Network, 6/5pm CT
All the competition of the Super Bowl, but with
Horrible Bosses sharp knives and hot grill pans!

3. Law & O
rder marathon on TNT
Grab the chips & dip and settle in for a day of Good guys vs Bad Guys.
4. Horrible Bosses on HBO, 6:15pm CT
After all the excitement today, you may be dreading Monday morning more than usual. Sex and the cityDon't take any serious advice from these three suffering professionals, who reason they'll put an end to their misery by attempting to kill their horible bosses.
5. And last but definitely not least, Sex and the City 2 on TBS, 5pm E/P
I can’t think of a better antidote to football boredom than these girls. / Issue 143 - September 2018
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