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|Thur Ratings: 'Parks and Recreation' Rise to Season High; Best numbers since 2011|
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|Rick||Jan 18 2013, 12:24 PM Post #1|
American Idol 5.6/15
The Big Bang Theory (R) 3.3/10
Grey's Anatomy 3.0/7
Two and a Half Men (R) 2.4/6
The Office 2.1/5
Parks and Recreation 1.9/5 <--------------------Season High
Person Of Interest (R) 1.6/4
The Vampire Diaries 1.4/4
Elementary (R) 1.4/4
30 Rock 1.3/4
1600 Penn 1.2/3
Rock Center With Brian Williams 1.2/3
Last Resort 1.0/3
The Carrie Diaries (R) 0.5/1
|Kevc1980||Jan 18 2013, 03:17 PM Post #2|
||Yah for Parks and Rec, maybe the Golden Globes helped a bit...Such a great show that really should have a bigger audience.|
|Renegade_Killerbee||Jan 20 2013, 01:58 PM Post #3|
I love Parks and Recreation and agree that it is the best damned situation comedy on the air right now (although Bob's Burgers is biting at it's heels, if you ask me, that show is just so smart!!!) BUT I prefered season one of Parks the most. I don't like Rob Lowe on sitcoms and he hasn't grown on me on this one at all.
Chris Pratt's weight loss will be an interesting part of next season's shows I'm sure. Wonder how they will write that in?
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