How I Met Your Mother - Monday Night Football (2007)
A funeral causes the group to miss the Super Bowl game. Since they want to watch the game together on Monday, they attempt to go 24-hours (most unsuccessfully). Yeah, good luck trying to do that in the golden age of social media!
Home Improvement - Super Bowl Fever (1995)
With a similar premise to Everybody Loves Raymond, Tim wants to watch the Super Bowl with his buddies, but Jill thwarts his plans when she suddenly comes down with the flu. What's with women ruining the biggest sports day for their men?!
The Good Place - Team Cockroach (2017)
This episode isn't about the Super Bowl per-say, but it features this hilarious moment between Jason, a die-hard Jacksonville Jaguars fan, and Good Place creator Michael. Jason wants to know if his fave team and player, Blake Bortles, will ever win this (or any) Super Bowl. "I can't predict the future Jason, but no" Michael replies cackling. The series mentions the team on numerous, hilarious occasions. Adding salt to the wound, the Jags blew their first-ever opportunity to play in the Big Game to the New England Patriots just last week. In other words, The Good Place is a prophetic series that knew the Jags would choke... and Michael IS psychic.
Married With Children - Damn Bundy's (1997)
Al's makes a deal with Lucifer in exchange for a spot on the Chicago Bears. However, the deal only allowed him to lead the team to Super Bowl victory and when time's up, the Devil sends him to hell where he's forced to spend eternity with his now-dead family and the D'Arcy's. Let this be a lesson: nothing is worth a deal with the devil — not even a Vince Lombardi Trophy.
Family Guy - Death Has a Shadow (1999)
The first-ever episode of family guy premiered right after Super Bowl XXXIII and introduced everyone to Peter Griffin, who goes with Brian to the Big Game after accidentally defrauding the government through welfare checks. As a "man of the people," he returns it by dropping it from a blimp.
All in the Family - Archie and the Super Bowl (1978)
CBS was actually the first network to take advantage of the massive Super Bowl lead-out with a post-episode of All in the Family. Archie anticipates big business the day of the game but instead, his bar gets robbed by two unsuspecting patrons.