Weekly Ratings Round-up (Week 10) Posted November 30, 2016

Weekly Ratings Round-up (Week 10)

Each week on our The Big Bang Theory forums, Rick K. collects the various ratings for The Big Bang Theory on network TV and in syndication. Head over to our forum to read the full roundup for the tenth week of the season.

This week's round-up includes the Live+3 ratings for "The Brain Bowl Incubation", the weekly rankings for the week in which "The Geology Elevation" aired, the Live+7 numbers for "The Brain Bowl Incubation", the ratings for last week's Thanksgiving rerun, the syndicated ratings for week seven, and the final ratings for last Friday's special rebroadcast of The Big Bang Theory.

Comments (2)

April Morone United States, 19:29 Dec 3 2016.
My fav show. :) But, I caught an error that the writers of the show did within this episode & and also a character flaw of the character Sheldon Cooper of this show. Sheldon Cooper's OCD about unfinished sentences should have been satiated by his own actions. But, strangely, it wasn't. Below, explains more: Sheldon says to Amy "Dadadadat dada..." but got interrupted by Amy. So, he hadn't yet gotten to finish his statement. So, he asks Amy (video minute 1:12) to say, " Charge!" to finish his previously said statement. But, he doesn't realise that, ironically, there is NO need for her to do so, afterall, to ease his OCD (he hates unfinished sentences) because, he mentioned that word, himself, in his request that she say that word. His OCD need for that word to have been said to finish that statement he'd previously said should have been eased when he had said it in his request for Amy to say it. So, after he had said his request to Amy for her to say that word, he then should have said, "Oh... Nevermind. That sentence now is finished. Ironically by me in my request for you to say it." Then he should have laughed at that irony. Can you (Chuck Lorre) please correct this? (Sorry. I am just a true nerd, myself. Lol).
Brian Jackson United States, 11:57 Dec 2 2016.
This show has nothing more to offer. The episodes are very repetitive/addressing the same things from previous episodes. There is no real fun.. Last night's episode, they brought in Mr. Lloyd from back to the future movies, which the actual characters spoke about the plot, and mentioned Doc Brown, and then he's brought in as a homeless, it would have been more fun if he was invited as himself. This shows is becoming completely boring with no plot.

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