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For those of you that need a translation, this is Volume 26 of The Numbers Game, the blog that has broken down the numbers of uroerb avoriteferb howserb for more than two years now.

As you may have guessed, this volume will be covering "Ferb Latin", which premiered on Friday, November 25. On the day after Thanksgiving, 2.929 million viewers[1] tried to figure out what everyone was saying. While that figure represents a 19 percent decrease from the previous week's "Lotsa Latkes", that is not a concern as cable viewership was down across the board[2] due to the extended holiday weekend.

"Ferb Latin" scored a 0.5 rating among Adults 18-49, even with the previous new episode. While I have not been able to locate the kids demographics data, Phineas and Ferb appears to have been approximately even with the new SpongeBob that aired on Nick earlier in the evening.[1][3]

With Disney apparently having changed their mind on airing "What A Croc!" on the 16th, it appears we have seen the final new episode of 2011. The ratings did rebound in a big way for "A Phineas and Ferb Family Christmas", and The Numbers Game will cover that over the weekend. Until then, have a nice day, follow @RyanStoppable on Twitter, and remember...that the numbers never lie.

References

  1. 1.0 1.1 Friday Cable Ratings: 'Gold Rush,' 'For Better or Worse' Lead Night + 'Smackdown,' 'Clone Wars' & More (November 29, 2011)
  2. Only 9 cable programs topped 4 million viewers on the week, compared to 20 for the week ending December 4.
  3. SpongeBob's 0.3 advantage in Adults 18-49 does account for the 12 percent viewership difference between the two shows.

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