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Next In The Dome: Super Bowl Put On Hold, Big Ben One Win Away From Being A Good Person, and National Crystal Meth Hallucination League Action

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Next In The Dome: Super Bowl Put On Hold, Big Ben One Win Away From Being A Good Person, and National Crystal Meth Hallucination League Action

Hit the deck and find a big piece of tin to hide under, because the SportsDome's buzzing your house with the biggest Super Bowl analysis anywhere. Alex Reiser and Mark Shepard are dropping a full payload of Agent Sports all over your village and watching it burn to Super Bowl Sports-Cinders.

Tune in to Onion SportsDome TONIGHT 1030/930c on Comedy Central.

Tonight's stories include:

- Steelers quarterback Ben Roethlisberger just one win shy of becoming a good person.

- The NFL puts the big game on hold to give Doritos more time to finish their Super Bowl commercial.

- And in non-Super Bowl action, an epic performance out of Todd Minnick in the National Crystal Meth Hallucination League.

All of that plus more Super Bowl analysis than you can fit in a lunch pail. The Dome's your home for the big game, don't go anywhere else.

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