Episode 5.03 Ratings Posted September 30, 2011

Episode 5.03 Ratings

Last night's episode of The Big Bang Theory finished first in its timeslot and was the highest rated show of the night in viewers and key demographics.

"The Pulled Groin Extrapolation" scored an 8.7/15 rating in households was watched by 14.55 million people, up by a quarter of a million from last week's premiere. In the key adults 18-49 demographic, The Big Bang Theory scored a 4.8/15 rating and retained 98% of its premiere audience. The show finished first by all key ratings metrics and was the highest rated show of the night.

More about the episode

'The Pulled Groin Extrapolation' - Season 5, Episode 3
Airs September 29, 2011 at 8/7c on CBS.

Leonard gets to know Amy when he attends a wedding as her guest. Meanwhile, Howard and Bernadette spend their weekend with Mrs. Wolowitz.

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