Yeah. See what I did there? "Deflated"? On the night that Tom Brady won his seventh Super Bowl? Heh heh.
In all fairness, it does apply to how I feel after the "game." And I use that term very loosely. "Game" implies that two athletes or teams show up to play each other. I think only one team showed up tonight. Sadly, it was not Patrick Mahomes and the Kansas City Chiefs as I had hoped. It was, ick, Tom Brady and the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. Super Bowl? More like Super Dud.
So the game sucked. 98% of the commercials sucked (the only ones I like were the M&Ms one I posted about the other day and then the Cheetos one starring Mila Kunis, Ashton Kutcher, and Shaggy. It was glorious. The rest? I can't even remember them.
At least after the game, we got something pretty good. The debut episode of Queen Latifah's take on the classic TV and film series The Equalizer. Man I love watching that woman kick ass. Plus, it's got a pretty good supporting cast. I already knew Chris Noth, of Sex and the City fame, would be on it, but then I saw Liza Lupira from NCIS and Adam Goldberg from way too much stuff to list in the opening credits as well. Not bad. Katie and I watched what we could (the runover time on the game and postgame analysis made the recording not work as hoped) and enjoyed it so the season pass is set.
I really hope this show stays as good as I can see it being.
[Image courtesy of Entertainment Tonight; as though you couldn't figure that out from the watermark.]