Episode 5.22 Ratings Posted April 27, 2012
Last night's episode of The Big Bang Theory topped American Idol in key adults 18-49 demographic, despite falling to a season low in the ratings.
"The Stag Convergence" was watched by 12.52 million people, down by 770,000 viewers from the last original episode. The Big Bang Theory finished second in households and total viewers, ranking behind American Idol. In the important adults 18-49 demo, Big Bang edged slightly ahead of American Idol to finish first with a 4.0/13 rating, down by four tenths of a rating point from April 5. The Big Bang Theory was the night's highest-rated program and was also the night's most-watched scripted program.
More about the episode
'The Stag Convergence' - Season 5, Episode 22
Airs April 26, 2012 at 8/7c on CBS.
When Raj gets drunk at Howard's bachelor party, he reveals a little too much about Howard's past sexual encounters, causing Bernadette to reconsider their engagement.
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