The Super Bowl, Shark Attacks And Monday Morning Quarterbacks Linda Holmes and Stephen Thompson of Pop Culture Happy Hour sit down for a chat about the game, the halftime show and the adorable, adorable puppy.

The Super Bowl, Shark Attacks And Monday Morning Quarterbacks

The Super Bowl, Shark Attacks And Monday Morning Quarterbacks

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Katy Perry dances with a couple of sharks during the Super Bowl halftime show. Christopher Polk/Getty Images Sport hide caption

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Katy Perry dances with a couple of sharks during the Super Bowl halftime show.

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As longtime PCHH listeners know, Stephen Thompson hosts a Super Bowl party every year that keeps him hopping and keeps us from discussing the game in real time as we otherwise would. Therefore, we sat down Monday morning to catch up about the game, including the phenomenon of concluding you've witnessed an inexplicable play call from someone who knows much, much more about football than you do. We also talk about the Katy Perry halftime show, the surprisingly sentimental ads and lots more. (For more about halftime shows, consult this 2010 Monkey See post.)