Episode 6.18 Ratings Posted March 8, 2013
Last night's episode of The Big Bang Theory finished first place in the ratings for its time slot and ranked as the night's most-watched and highest-rated broadcast.
This week's episode, 6.18 "The Contractual Obligation Implementation", was watched by 17.63 million people, up by a slither from the previous episode's 17.62m audience. The Big Bang Theory scored a 5.5/17 rating in the important adults 18-49 demographic, down a notch from 5.6/17 on February 21.
More about the episode
'The Contractual Obligation Implementation' - Season 6, Episode 18
Airs March 7, 2013 at 8/7c on CBS.
Leonard, Sheldon and Howard visit Howard's old school to talk to junior high girls about careers in science. Meanwhile, Raj plans his first proper date with Lucy, while the girls visit Disneyland.
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