Chandra Wilson, left, Ellen Pompeo, Justin Chambers, Sandra Oh and T.R. Knight in a 2006 episode of "Grey's Anatomy."Love it or leave it, sometimes the best thing about the Super Bowl is the entertainment that&nbsp;follows it.&nbsp;To celebrate Super Sunday, here are five TV episodes&nbsp;that brought something special to their post-game moment.When&nbsp;&ldquo;The Wonder Years&rdquo;&nbsp;debuted after the Super Bowl XXII game in 1988, it wasn&rsquo;t the first series to premiere in that hallowed time slot, but it was arguably the most successful. America fell in love with the charming&nbsp;tale&nbsp;of how&nbsp;Kevin Arnold (Fred Savage) and the country came of age during the late 1960s and early &rsquo;70s.In 1997, Fox gave the most coveted annual spot on TV&nbsp;to&nbsp;&ldquo;The X-Files,&rdquo;&nbsp;then in its fourth season. The episode&nbsp;&ldquo;Leonard Betts&rdquo; was the perfect blend of the show&rsquo;s horror and humanity, featuring a regenerating EMT who feeds on cancer and a corresponding diagnosis for one of the show&rsquo;s primary players.