Here's a video that always cracks me up. It's the Super bowl shuffle preformed by the Chicago bears.
Here's some information about it taken straight from Wikipedia.com. Here is the Preamble giving permission to use the information. Copied from their site:
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The idea for "The Super Bowl Shuffle" came from record producer Randy Weigand, who was a friend of Willie Gault's. They had met through Randy's girlfriend, Courtney Larson, who was a cheerleader for the team. Weigand had noticed a dance routine on the Amos & Andy television show called "The Kingfish Shuffle" and thought that a similar performance by the Bears players would make for a great marketing tool.
The 1985 Bears was not the first pro football team with a group song. The 1984 San Francisco 49ers put out a record during that season, one in which they also went on to become Super Bowl champs. The song, "We Are the 49ers," was in the vein of disco music.
 Song and video
The song and video were produced the Tuesday after the Bears first (and only) loss of the season. In their "unlucky" 13th game, the Bears were defeated by the Miami Dolphins, 38-24, on Monday Night Football. This win was significant for the Dolphins franchise, as the 1972 Dolphins were the only previous team to go undefeated since the NFL-AFL merger in 1970. They remain the only team to win the Super Bowl without suffering a loss the entire season.
The music video for the song was filmed at the Park West, a venue in Lincoln Park, in Chicago. Payton and McMahon were unable to attend the original filming of the song's music video, so they were spliced in later with help of a chroma key, presumably due to their celebrity status.
A female referee, played by Julia Kallish, Richard E. Meyer's wife, was also on hand for the radio and television edit of the song. On two occasions, she whistled and threw a penalty flag to censor the word "ass" in the lyrics, which was then considered a prohibited word on television and radio.
During backup quarterback Steve Fuller's stanza, he says "So bring on Atlanta, bring on Dallas, this is for Mike and Papa Bear Halas". The "Mike" he referred to was the Bears current head coach Mike Ditka and "Papa Bear Halas" refers to legendary Chicago coach George Halas, who coached the Bears for 40 seasons and had died 2 years earlier. Fuller's verbal challenge to the Atlanta Falcons and the Dallas Cowboys reminisces to the two games he started for the injured Jim McMahon, leading the Bears to 36-0 and 44-0 shutout victories against those opponents, respectively.
Known as Chicago Bears Shufflin' Crew, the performers included "Sweetness" Walter Payton, "Punky QB" Jim McMahon, and "Samurai" Mike Singletary. The music was composed by Bobby Daniels and Lloyd Barry, and the lyrics were written by Richard E. Meyer and Melvin Owens. Other participants included:
- Willie Gault
- Steve Fuller
- Mike Richardson
- Richard Dent
- Gary Fencik
- Otis Wilson
- William "Refrigerator" Perry
There was also a "Shufflin' Crew" Band and Chorus in the music video. The "Shufflin' Crew" Band consisted of the following members:
- Maury Buford - Cowbell
- Mike Tomczak - Guitar
- Calvin Thomas - Saxophone
- Stefan Humphries - Drums
- Tyrone Keys - Keyboards
The "Shufflin' Crew" Chorus consisted of the following members:
- Thomas Sanders
- Leslie Frazier
- Shaun Gayle
- Dennis Gentry - Bass (not included as part of the "band" in the credits)
- Ken Taylor
- Reggie Phillips
- Jim Morrissey
- Dan Rains
- Keith Ortego
Bears defensive end Dan Hampton declined involvement in the shuffle because he felt it was too cocky.
What's left is for everyone to enjoy the video! Have a great Super bowl Sunday everyone!