Episode 6.23 Ratings Posted May 10, 2013
Yesterday's episode of The Big Bang Theory, the penultimate episode of the current season, ranked as the night's #1 program in viewers and key demographics.
"The Love Spell Potential" was watched by an audience of 16.30 million people, ever so slightly up from last week's 16.29m. In the key adults 18-49 demo, The Big Bang Theory scored a 4.9/17 rating, flat on last week.
The Big Bang Theory finished first in its time slot and was the night's top performer in total viewers, adults 18-49, adults 25-54 and adults 18-34.
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The Love Spell Potential
Season 6, Episode 23 - Aired May 9, 2013
After the girls' trip to Vegas goes awry, they join the guys for a game of Dungeons and Dragons, which takes Sheldon and Amy's relationship to an unexpected place. Meanwhile, Raj and Lucy have a very awkward date
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