Welcome to Did You See That? , the gallery that can throw the photos and catch the captions (but not the errors) at the same time. Let us begin this week's edition with a tender shot of a wife consoling her husband after several of his teammates were tossed under a bus in Indianapolis.
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Looking back at one of the highlights of the Super Bowl XLVI Halftime Show: the stirring rendition of the ballet Swan Lake featuring Art Garfunkel (left) as "The Swan."
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The Super Bowl MVP and his receiving corps reenacted the big game for the tourists at Disney World.
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The taste of Super Bowl triumph.
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Head coach Tom Coughlin and quarterback Eli Manning can tell you there's no better place to win a title than New York. It means never having to pay for toilet paper again.
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The host of Extra was likely not feeling too kindly toward the New England Patriots' receivers after losing her shirt and more in a Super Bowl wager on their team. As a result, she had to dress down for the Giants' victory parade in New York City.
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Now that football season is finally over, the nation can turn its undivided attention to bathing suits and events like the Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week Swim in South Beach, Florida, as well as the forthcoming Sports Illustrated swimming trunks issue. For a sneak peek at this year's sizzling cover, CLICK HERE
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In honor of the second anniversary of the Obama Administration's "Let's Move!' fitness campaign, the Late Night talk show host and the First Lady retired to the Blue Room of the White House for a dramatic demonstration of political discourse in this great land of ours.
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Located in North Carolina's famed Research Triangle, Duke enjoys a distinct advantage in recruiting the latest genetically engineered mutants. Here's one scaring Virginia Tech's players in a 75-60 win.
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Hoping to attract an NFL team's interest in his still considerable self-promotion skills, T.O. strutted his stuff in the Directv Celebrity Beach Bowl at Victory Field in Indianapolis on Feb. 4.
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The gloves were off as the Canuck and Red Wing shared a warm embrace during their fight in the third period of their hockey game.
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In Indianapolis, Shannon Ihrke and friends paid homage to a popular religious leader.
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According to the note that came with this one, "Stick fighters compete to decide who is crowned King of the Rock in bouts throughout the year in rural communities in Trinidad, and with more frequency during the annual Carnival celebrations." Looks like every fighter gets crowned.
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Singapore's Thaipusam is not what one would call a pointless event. It's a Hindu festival celebrated on the full moon in the Tamil month of Thai. Now you know where the base design for the porcupine came from.
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The Pro Football Hall of Famer still looks like he could effing throw the ball and catch the ball at the same time. Here he is in action at the Beach Bowl at Victory Field in Indianapolis
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Always innovative, the Flyers found a new way to defend their goal from marauding Maple Leafs during an exciting hockey game at Wells Fargo Center in Philadelphia. The strategy paid off. The Flyers won, 4-3.
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When the NFL season ends, football players must find ways to make ends meat. This Giant defensive end -- a Super Bowl hero, if you'll pardon the obvious bun -- will be working in a New York City Subway.
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"Okay, son. Gallery's over. Time to go."
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