|By Raj Giri||December 04, 2012 | Comments|
It was the fewest viewers for any episode of the show in many years, earning even fewer viewers than the October 1st episode, which was the least viewed episode so far this year with 3.502 million viewers. It was the second lowest rated episode of the year, narrowly edging out the October 22nd episode, which scored a 2.49 rating.
The show drew 3.58 million viewers in the first hour and fell to 3.37 million in the second. There was a very slight piece of good news, as viewers only dipped marginally in the third hour, which garnered 3.36 million viewers. Still, it was the sixteenth week in a row where viewership for the third hour was below viewership in the second hour.
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