From the user whose head spins into alternate dimensions all the time, welcome to Volume 15 of The Numbers Game, the blog that breaks down the numbers of our favorite show.

"Wizard of Odd" aired on Disney Channel last Friday night, and 3.072 million viewers[1] followed the yellow sidewalk in front of their TV sets to see it. While Disney's entire Night of Premieres was beaten by a rerun of Fred: The Movie on Nick[2] (last week's No. 3 with 7.6 million viewers[3]), Phineas and Ferb was No. 1 among Friday night's new offerings, topping Fish Hooks by 2 percent and The Suite Life on Deck by 7 percent.[1]

The episode scored a 1.9 household rating (4 share), down 0.2 from last month's "Nerds of a Feather". Demographic wise, it scored a 4.3 (16 share) in Kids 2-11, a 1.7 (9 share) in Teens 12-17 and a 0.5 (2 share) in Adults 18-49, ranking behind Fish Hooks in Kids and both other Friday night shows in Teens.[1]

Next week, it's another new episode: specifically, "We Call it Maze / Ladies and Gentlemen, Meet Max Modem!" which follows a one-hour Wizards of Waverly Place and Fish Hooks at 9:30 Eastern (8:30 Central).[4] Maybe, just maybe, I'll be able to stay up that late to see it. Until then, join the fun of following me on Twitter and remember...that the numbers never lie.


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