Phineas and Ferb was new once again on Friday, September 14 with "When Worlds Collide", during which 2.635 million viewers witnessed the near-destruction of the Earth, a 27 percent decrease from the previous week. That said, it did gain 24 percent from its lead-in Code: 9, which was good enough to finish 2nd among Disney's five new episodes (My Babysitter's A Vampire, Fish Hooks and Gravity Falls were the others) that night.
Ratings decreases were also seen among the target age groups. The strongest performance came among Kids 6-11, where the show weathered a 26 percent decrease to finish at No. 4. Similar decreases of 27 percent among Kids 2-11 and 23 percent among Tweens 9-14 led to matching No. 7 finishes in those demographics. In all three cases, these ratings were second to Gravity Falls among the Friday night originals. Finally, among Adults 18-49, the rating slipped a point to 0.4 on a 16 percent viewership decline.
Numbers for "What'd I Miss?" on Emoticon do not appear to be available, but they should be when it premieres on Disney Channel tonight, Friday, September 28 at 9:00PM Eastern (8:00 Central). Those numbers will be covered by The Numbers Game next weekend. Until then, have a nice day, follow @RyanStoppable on Twitter, and remember...that the numbers never lie.