What do you remember from Super Bowl XLIX? Is it that the first half was a snoozer? Or is it that the commercials failed to live up to the traditional Super Bowl hype? Or maybe it was the riveting finish during the final seconds when Pete Carroll inexplicably called in a pass play at the 1-yard line and an undrafted rookie defensive back made the astonishing interception for the Patriots that sealed the win?

Well, for many, it is none of the above. Instead, many fans and onlookers continue to discuss Super Bowl XLIX, not for the game of football and not for the high-priced advertisements, but instead for the Left Shark fumbling as it attempted to dance in a less than coordinated manner behind Katy Perry and keep up with his counterpart, Right Shark, during the halftime show.

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