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The Numbers Game: An A"Maze"ing Increase

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Welcome to Volume 16 of The Numbers Game! This is the blog that breaks down the numbers of our favorite show, brought to you by the admin who's always on fire. (And by fire, I don't mean Perry the Platypus.)

This week's new episode "We Call it Maze / Ladies and Gentlemen, Meet Max Modem!" was found by 4.351 million viewers[1], a whopping 42 percent higher than last week! This made Phineas and Ferb the No. 1 animated program on cable last week and No. 6 overall, topping new episodes of Hannah Montana, SpongeBob SquarePants and iCarly among many others.[2] Furthermore, it was the No. 3 most watched Phineas and Ferb of all time, trailing only last year's "Christmas Vacation!" and "Musical Cliptastic Countdown".

It checked in at a 2.4 household rating (4 share) with demographic ratings of 6.5 (25 share) in Kids 2-11 including an 8.1 in the 6-11 age group[3], 2.5 (12 share) in Teens 12-17, and 0.6 (2 share) in Adults 18-49.[1] The Kids rating was an increase of over 50 percent from last week and was a tick better than Wizards for No. 1 on the night.

This week, we've got "The Secret of Success / The Doof Side of the Moon", sandwiched in between new episodes of The Suite Life on Deck and Fish Hooks at 8:30 Eastern (7:30 Central).[4] I'll see you back here next week; until then, read about the changes coming to the Phineas and Ferb Wiki, follow me on Twitter, and remember...that the numbers never lie.

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