You know something? November seems like such a long time ago. Well, that's because it was. Nonetheless, they do say "better late than never," so The Numbers Game is proud to present Volume 47 of the blog that breaks down the numbers of our favorite show.

"This Is Your Backstory" hit the new airwaves on Friday, November 2, during which 2.784 million viewers[1] provided more fuel for Doofenshmirtz's latest scheme. On the other hand, this was a 2 percent increase over the previous episode. Among its target audiences, it checked in at No. 7 among Kids 6-11 behind a 12 percent viewership increase, and was also No. 9 among Tweens 9-14 on a 14 percent increase.[2] Viewership among Adults 18-49 went the other direction, falling by 17 percent to a 0.4 rating.[1] (Sorry, guys.)

One presidential election later, the month concluded with "Blackout!" on Friday, November 30. Only 2.441 million viewers[3] powered up their TVs to see it, a 12 percent decrease from four weeks prior. In doing so, it trailed its lead-in from Jessie but did top a new episode of Fish Hooks. Surprisingly, this episode failed to crack the week's top 10 in any of the kids age groups.[4] Among Adults 18-49, viewership ticked downwards by 2 percent, staying at a 0.4 rating.[3]

For the second week in a row, Phineas and Ferb has a new episode this weekend as "Bully Bust" premieres Friday, January 18 at 9:00PM Eastern (8:00 Central). The Numbers Game will also be back this weekend with full coverage of 2013's first new episode "Fly On the Wall". Until then, follow @RyanStoppable on Twitter, hit up the comment section down there, and remember...that the numbers never lie.


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