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The Numbers Game: Gonna Set the Record Straight

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From Shippett Stadium in Springfield, welcome to The Numbers Game! This is Volume 18 of the blog that breaks down the numbers of our favorite show.

Season 3 of Phineas and Ferb premiered with "The Great Indoors / Canderemy" last Friday night, March 4. When it did, 3.306 million viewers[1] were physically attached to their TV sets to watch it, gaining 13 percent from its Fish Hooks lead-in. While this was not good enough to crack the Cable Top 25 for the week, it was No. 1 on cable for its half-hour and No. 2 on the night in Total Viewers behind weekly No. 19[2] The Suite Life on Deck.

The episode drew a 1.9 household rating (3 share), with demographic ratings of 4.7 (17 share) in Kids 2-11, 1.7 (7 share) in Teens 12-17 and 0.5 (2 share) in Adults 18-49.[1]

This week, Phineas and Ferb is back with "Run, Candace, Run / Last Train to Bustville" on Friday, March 11 at 9:00pm Eastern, following new episodes of Wizards of Waverly Place and Fish Hooks. Hopefully the numbers can rise faster than a bunch of hot-air balloons. Until then, help Phineas and Ferb win its first KCA, follow me on Twitter, and remember...that the numbers never lie.

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