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The Numbers Game: It's 'Quiet', Too Quiet

Welcome to Volume 31 of the blog that won't inspire you to write out your will while you're reading it. This is The Numbers Game, where we break down the numbers of our favorite show.

Phineas and Ferb returned on Friday, March 30 with the new episode "Quietest Day Ever / The Doonkelberry Imperative". Its 2.641 million viewers[1] 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.[1][2]

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.[3] Among Adults 18-49, the new episode was up 2 percent in viewers, not enough to make an impact on the 0.4 rating.[1]

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.

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