Welcome to The Numbers Game, where we always know the difference between an interception and a touchdown.[1] This is Volume 44 of the blog that breaks down the numbers of our favorite show.

Phineas and Ferb was new once again on Friday, September 14 with "When Worlds Collide", during which 2.635 million viewers[2] 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.[2]

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.[3] Finally, among Adults 18-49, the rating slipped a point to 0.4 on a 16 percent viewership decline.[2]

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.


  1. M.D. Jennings picked that pass off, clear as day. Not like I'm bitter about it or anything...
  2. 2.0 2.1 2.2 Friday's Cable Ratings: "Gravity Falls" Tops Viewers, "WWE Smackdown" Wins Demos (September 17, 2012)
  3. Cynopsis: Kids! :: 09/21/12

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