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Southern Nevada homes divided over Super Bowl

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Sean (left) and Lindsay Ainsworth (right), the Broncos fans in the household, have a bet with their son, Christian (middle), who is rooting for the Seahawks. (FOX5) Sean (left) and Lindsay Ainsworth (right), the Broncos fans in the household, have a bet with their son, Christian (middle), who is rooting for the Seahawks. (FOX5)
LAS VEGAS (FOX5) -

As Super Bowl Sunday approaches we will see friends and neighbors turn on each other, and even lovers turn into fighters.

Katherine and Charlie Lean of Pahrump have been married for 10 years. Katherine is cheering for the Seahawks, Charlie for the Broncos.

Turns out that football games aren't the only thing they disagree on.

"He likes a truck to beat the heck out of it. I like to keep it nice," said Katherine. 

"I love to ride my Harley, and she hates my Harley," said Charlie.

"I like to dress up, go out go to nice places and dance. He embarrasses me when he dances," said Katherine. 

"Stuff like that, people wonder why we're even with each other," laughed Charlie.

Before the start of the NFL playoffs the pair did agree to bet $50 on who they thought would win it all. Katherine went with her heart, Seattle.

"I see it as, it's my team, I'll win some money. I always share my winnings because it's better luck that way," she said. 

Charlie is a New York Giants fan who bet on the Broncos to keep the disagreements going.

The winning ticket will cash for $140 at a local casino.

When asked if his wife will get to spend any of his winnings, Charlie responded, "Absolutely not."

At the Ainsworth house in Las Vegas it's all about bragging rights, it has nothing to do with money.

Lindsay and Sean Ainsworth are die-hard Bronco fans, their 15-year-old son Christian is a Seahawks fan.

If Seattle loses, he's in for it.

"I'm thinking extra chores or cleaning some baseboards or something like that," said Lindsay. 

Christian actually turned on the Broncos after living in Seattle and seeing his first live game.

"Shawn Alexander gave me a wristband, and when I was at the Cardinals game I was shaking hands with the players and Deion Branch game me his gloves," said Christian. 

Dad agrees it could be worse.

"At least it's not the Cowboys, or the Raiders," said Sean. 

"I like talking smack to my dad. Hopefully he loses and hits the showers by halftime," said Christian.

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