Super Bowl Sunday is finally here. Time is counting down until the New York Giants take on the New England Patriots. Not everyone is watching the clock count down, though. If you're not super excited about watching the game, but want to stay in the football mood, check out some television shows that have featured their stars with a football. Don't pack that chili dip and hot wings away just yet; you can have your own Super Bowl party with your favorite TV characters.
Friends: The One With The Football
In episode nine of season three, the gang are celebrating Thanksgiving and watching the games on TV. Watching the game soon turns into them deciding to play a football game in the park. No game could ever be friendly when Monica (Courtney Cox) is involved, and the game soon turns competitive. Watch to see what the gang does to each other in order to win.
Greek: Our Fathers
In episode two of season three, the ZBZ girls bring drama to the field during their annual Daddy-Daughter weekend. Off the field Ashleigh (Amber Stevens) finds out that her boyfriend Fisher (Andrew J. West) kissed Rebecca (Dilshad Vadsaria), and Casey (Spencer Grammer) knew about it. Meanwhile on the field, the dads duke it out during the football game, and Rusty (Jacob Zachar) finds himself taking down his girlfriend's father.
The Vampire Diaries: Friday Night Bites
In episode three of season one, Stefan (Paul Wesley) decides to join the football team, but some of the players aren't too happy about it. Tyler (Michael Trevino) tries to humiliate Stefan in front of everyone by throwing the ball at him behind his back, but it backfires when Stefan catches it.
How I Met Your Mother: Monday Night Football
In episode 14 of season two, the crew misses the Super Bowl because of a funeral. Wanting to watch it as a group the next night, everyone attempts to go 24 hours without finding out who won. Watch to find out the challenges they encounter on the street as they try to make it through the day clueless about the game.
The Big Bang Theory: The Cornhusker Vortex
In episode six of season three, Leonard (Johnny Galecki) decides to learn about football so that he can fit in better with Penny's (Kaley Cuoco) friends from back home. Leonard goes to Sheldon (Jim Parsons) for help, an expert because of his Texas upbringing, but ends up just learning textbook definitions of the game.
So there you have it! Don't torture yourself by feeling that you have to watch the game. You can still tell your friends that you watched football the next day.