Episode 5.11 Ratings Posted December 9, 2011
Last night's episode of The Big Bang Theory finished first in its time slot and was the most-watched and highest-rated show of the night.
"The Speckerman Recurrence", the last original episode of 2011, scored an 8.8/14 rating in households and was watched by 14.42 million people, down by 630,000 viewers from the last new episode. In the important adults 18-49 demographic, The Big Bang Theory scored a 4.7/14 rating, down from 5.3/15 on November 17. The show finished first in its slot by all key ratings metrics.
More about the episode
'The Speckerman Recurrence' - Season 5, Episode 11
Airs December 8, 2011 at 8/7c on CBS.
When Leonard is contacted by his high school bully, he wonders whether to meet his old tormentor. Meanwhile, in light of what Leonard's going through, Penny reevaluates her own behavior at school.
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