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The Numbers Game: The Crikey Hunters

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Welcome once again to the only blog on the Phineas and Ferb Wiki that does not feature any animals nor bookcases, The Numbers Game! This is Volume 36 of the blog that breaks down the numbers of our favorite show.

Phineas and Ferb was new once again on Friday, June 1 with "What A Croc!". 2.726 million viewers[1] were not replaced by the nearest chicken and saw it, a 2 percent decrease from the prior episode on May 11 despite the added star power provided by Hollywood's Ray Liotta. That ranked No. 4 on cable for the evening, behind an NBA playoff game and the two season premiere episodes of A.N.T. Farm.[1]

In the target age groups, the new episode improved on recent performance. Kids 6-11 once again saw the strongest performance, with Phineas and Ferb checking in at No. 5 behind a 7 percent increase from three weeks prior. In both Kids 2-11 and Tweens 9-14, "What A Croc!" placed No. 6 for the week, returning to those charts after a two-episode absence.[2] Finally, among Adults 18-49, viewership dropped by 22 percent to a 0.3 rating.[1]

No new Phineas and Ferb this week, as Gravity Falls[3] premieres in its stead. The Numbers Game will be back this week to cover last Friday's "Sleepwalk Surprise / Sci-Fi Pie Fly" which appears to have turned in a strong ratings performance. Until then, today is gonna be a great day, especially if you follow @RyanStoppable on Twitter, and remember...that the numbers never lie.

References

  1. 1.0 1.1 1.2 Friday's Cable Ratings: ESPN Is Tops With NBA Playoffs (June 4, 2012)
  2. Cynopsis: Kids! :: 06/08/12
  3. "Where Things Are Always Going Down(tm)"

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