Phineas and Ferb returned on Friday, March 30 with the new episode "Quietest Day Ever / The Doonkelberry Imperative". Its 2.641 million viewers were a 10 percent decline from two weeks prior, clearly attributable to the ninja suit this episode was wearing. On a more serious note, it was the No. 3 most watched program on Friday night cable, topping new episodes of Jessie and A.N.T. Farm in the process.
The new episode had its strongest demographic performance in Tweens 9-14, where it was the top animated program of the week and No. 4 overall behind a 6 percent increase over the prior episode. Viewership among kids 6-11 fell by 12 percent to a No. 8 finish for the week. Among Adults 18-49, the new episode was up 2 percent in viewers, not enough to make an impact on the 0.4 rating.
With the long-anticipated "Meapless in Seattle" having premiered last Friday, April 6, The Numbers Game will be back to break it down in just a couple days. Until then, go Brewers!, follow @RyanStoppable on Twitter, and remember...that the numbers never lie.