Episode 6.22 Ratings Posted May 6, 2013
Last week's episode of The Big Bang Theory, featuring guest star Bob Newhart, finished first in the ratings for its time slot and ranked as the night's highest-rated and most-watched broadcast.
"The Proton Resurgence" was watched by 16.29 million people, adding 1.24 million people over the week before. In the important adults 18-49 demographic, The Big Bang Theory rose to a 4.9/17, up from the previous episode's 4.5/15.
More about the episode
'The Proton Resurgence' - Season 6, Episode 22
Airs May 2, 2013 at 8/7c on CBS.
When Sheldon discovers his childhood hero, Professor Proton - a TV science show host, is available for children's parties, Sheldon and Leonard hire him to perform for them. Meanwhile, Howard and Bernadette take care of Raj's dog.
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