So you're one of the sixteen million people who are not at all interested in this year's Super Bowl (brand name, not adjective by the way) at all. May I offer up the other stuff airing on a TV screen near you while the rest of the world as we know it watches the Saints and the Colts duke it out in Miami Gardens, Florida.
Over on Hallmark Channel, there's an I Love Lucy marathon. "Choo have some 'splainin' to do..." Chris Hansen fans can watch a To Catch a Predator marathon on MSNBC. If you're a fan of The Who (better known as those of you under the age of 30 as the performers of every CSI theme,) head on over to VH1 Classic to see a Who-a-thon before halftime and maybe afterwards.
TNT does a daylong Law & Order marathon as well. Can't get enough Snooki and The Situation? The full first season of Jersey Shore will be on MTV. Say, does anyone other than me remember when MTV did something called music videos all the time? NBC repeats the last two episodes of its' latest incarnation of The Biggest Loser, Fox burns off two new episodes of the now dead 'Til Death and ABC has repeats of their Wednesday comedies Modern Family, The Middle and Cougar Town. And ESPN reairs two of its' 30 for 30 documentary series, The U about Miami (Florida) football's glory days and Muhammad and Larry about the fight between Ali and Holmes in 1980, followed by some of Mike Tyson's best knockouts before he faded in Bolivian.
Other than that, join me at Keith's Sports Journal Live Chat...unless you have a ruler that's 12 inches long or happen to get revenge on someone, or even live down by the river in the basement of your mom's van or any other troll.