Super Bowl: Packers vs. Steelers (3 p.m., Fox). I’ve said it before, it doesn’t matter if you’re a football fan or not. This is the single biggest spectacle in American pop culture, and it’s your duty to watch. If only for the commercials. Besides, there’s absolutely nothing else on, and it’s what everyone will be talking about at the office tomorrow. Should be a pretty decent game too. I think I’m pulling for the Packers — they have more ex-49ers and Cal guys. Oh, and the Black Eyed Peas are playing at halftime, so skip the awfulness and flip over to Animal Planet for the annual “Puppy Bowl.” (If you’re looking for alternative programming, here’s a roundup. It all looks pretty lame though.)
“Glee” (7:30 p.m., Fox). Oh, why not? They’re pulling out all the stops tonight, with peace between the gleeks and the football team, Sue wanting to use fire and a cannon to win the cheerleading nationals and the kids performing “Thriller.” Katie Couric also appears. If you’re recording this, be careful — the start time will depend on when the Super Bowl ends, and it’s a 66-minute episode.
“Don’t Stop Believin’ — Giants World Champions” (8:36 p.m., Ch. 2). A recap of the Giants’ run to the World Series crown. Hey, less than two weeks until pitchers and catchers report!
“Brick City” (10 p.m., Sundance). Jayda and Creep face legal trouble, and the police chief gets snubbed by the mayor after a police misconduct case breaks.
Super Bowl pregame (11 a.m., Fox). It’s all inane blathering by analysts who’ve become such caricatures of themselves that they’d might as well be cartoons. Don’t bother.