Episode 6.08 Ratings: Largest audience yet Posted November 16, 2012
Last night's episode of The Big Bang Theory delivered the show's largest audience yet for the second week running and hit a season high in the adults 18-49 demographic.
"The 43 Peculiarity" was watched by a record-breaking 17.39 million people, up from last week's all-time high of 16.68 million. In the adults 18-49 demographic, The Big Bang Theory hit a season high with a hugely dominant 5.5/17 rating, up by four notches from last week's 5.1/15. The Big Bang Theory was the night's most-watched and highest-rated broadcast for the eighth consecutive week.
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The 43 Peculiarity
Season 6, Episode 8 - Aired November 15, 2012
Howard and Raj are intrigued by where Sheldon goes every day at 2:45. Meanwhile, Leonard gets jealous when Penny invites a guy in her class over to study.
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