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Ratings for the week November 28 - December 2, 2005

(Compared to Last Week/Compared to Last Year)

Total Viewers

1. Y&R 5,124,000 (-327,000/-107,000)

2. B&B 4,061,000 (-389,000/+285,000)

3. DAYS 3,440,000 (+105,000/-126,000)

4. GH 3,427,000 (+89,000/-320,000)

5. ATWT 3,387,000 (-199,000/+45,000)

6. AMC 3,135,000 (-78,000/-408,000)

7. OLTL 3,068,000 (+136,000/-244,000)

8. GL 2,947,000 (-21,000/+138,000)

9. PSNS 2,201,000 (-146,000/-333,000)

HH

1. Y&R 4.0/15 (-.2/-.2)

2. B&B 3.2/11 (-.2/same)

3. GH 2.8/9 (+.1/-.3)

4. ATWT 2.7/9 (-.1/-.1)

5. DAYS 2.6/9 (same/-.2)

6. AMC 2.5/9 (-.1/-.4)

6. OLTL 2.5/8 (+.1/-.3)

8. GL 2.3/7 (same/same)

9. PSNS 1.7/6 (-.1/-.2)

Women 18-49 Viewers

1. GH 1,273,000 (-13,000/-243,000)

2. DAYS 1,223,000 (+3,000/-282,000)

3. Y&R 1,209,000 (-108,000/-155,000)

4. AMC 1,141,000 (+100,000/-192,000)

5. OLTL 1,107,000 (+61,000/-155,000)

6. B&B 989,000 (-61,000/-43,000)

7. PSNS 874,000 (-51,000/-265,000)

8. ATWT 873,000 (-5,000/-114,000)

9. GL 826,000 (+48,000/+9,000)

Women 18-49 Rating

1. GH 1.9/12 (-.1/-.4)

1. DAYS 1.9/12 (same/-.4)

3. Y&R 1.8 (-.2/-.3) <-------- ties low rating

4. OLTL 1.7/11 (+.1/-.2)

4. AMC 1.7/11 (+.1/-.3)

6. B&B 1.5/10 (-.1/-.1)

7. ATWT 1.3/9 (same/-.2)

7. PSNS 1.3/8 (-.1/-.4)

7. GL 1.3/8 (+.1/+.1)

Girls 12-17 Viewers

1. DAYS 69,000 (-19,000/+38,000)

2. PSNS 60,000 (-81,000/+19,000)

3. GH 55,000 (-12,000/+4,000)

4. OLTL 38,000 (-41,000/+5,000)

5. Y&R 28,000 (-55,000/-17,000)

6. GL 26,000 (-47,000/+4,000)

7. B&B 22,000 (-52,000/same)

8. AMC 18,000 (-90,000/-23,000)

9. ATWT 12,000 (-56,000/-13,000)

Women 18-34 Rating

1. DAYS 1.9/12 (-1./-.6)

2. PSNS 1.5/10 (-.2/-.6)

2. GH 1.5/9 (-.1/-.6)

4. Y&R 1.4/10 (same/+.2)

5. AMC 1.3/9 (+.1/-.3)

6. ATWT 1.2/8 (same/same)

6. B&B 1.2/8 (same/+.1)

6. GL 1.2/8 (+.2/+.1)

6. OLTL 1.2/8 (+.1/-.4)

Men 18+ Viewers

1. Y&R 1,309,000 (+15,000/+61,000)

2. B&B 991,000 (-28,000/+182,000)

3. DAYS 752,000 (+61,000/+40,000)

4. ATWT 740,000 (+43,000/+129,000)

5. GL 636,000 (+47,000/+167,000)

6. AMC 583,000 (+62,000/-19,000)

7. GH 531,000 (+74,000/-45,000)

8. PSNS 500,000 (+27,000/-55,000)

9. OLTL 494,000 (+70,000/-62,000)

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Day-To-Day Ratings - HH/Total Viewers

AMC

Monday: 2.8/3,644,000

Tuesday: 2.6/3,154,000

Wednesday: 2.5/3,129,000

Thursday: 2.4/2,943,000

Friday: 2.4/2,803,000

ATWT

Monday: 2.7/3,474,000

Tuesday: 2.8/3,444,000

Wednesday: 2.6/3,371,000

Thursday: 2.7/3,476,000

Friday: 2.5/3,171,000

B&B

Monday: 3.4/4,356,000

Tuesday: 3.2/3,959,000

Wednesday: 3.1/3,827,000

Thursday: 3.2/4,019,000

Friday: 3.2/4,142,000

DAYS

Monday: 2.6/3,279,000

Tuesday: 2.8/3,671,000

Wednesday: 2.6/3,299,000

Thursday: 2.6/3,514,000

Friday: 2.7/3,441,000

GH

Monday: 3.0/3,687,000

Tuesday: 2.8/3,521,000

Wednesday: 2.7/3,571,000

Thursday: 2.7/3,119,000

Friday: 2.6/3,236,000

GL

Monday: 2.4/3,089,000

Tuesday: 2.3/2,871,000

Wednesday: 2.2/2,788,000

Thursday: 2.3/3,072,000

Friday: 2.2/2,916,000

OLTL

Monday: 2.6/3,387,000

Tuesday: 2.5/2,999,000

Wednesday: 2.5/3,291,000

Thursday: 2.5/2,877,000

Friday: 2.3/2,789,000

PSNS

Monday: 1.7/2,223,000

Tuesday: 1.8/2,322,000

Wednesday: 1.6/2,161,000

Thursday: 1.7/2,271,000

Friday: 1.6/2,030,000

Y&R

Monday: 4.2/5,280,000

Tuesday: 4.3/5,387,000

Wednesday: 3.9/4,942,000

Thursday: 3.9/4,917,000

Friday: 3.9/5,094,000

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For the SEASON September 19, 2005 through December 4, 2005

HH

1. Y&R 4.1

2. B&B 3.3

3. GH 2.7

4. ATWT 2.6

5. OLTL 2.5

5. AMC 2.5

5. DAYS 2.5

8. GL 2.3

9. PSNS 1.7

Women 18-49 Rating

1. Y&R 2.0

2. GH 1.9

3. DAYS 1.8

4. OLTL 1.7

4. AMC 1.7

6. B&B 1.6

7. PSNS 1.4

8. ATWT 1.3

9. GL 1.2

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NBC Ratings Report

NBC DAYTIME IS #2 IN NOVEMBER AMONG WOMEN 18-49 AND #1 FOR THE 25TH STRAIGHT SWEEP IN THE VALUABLE WOMEN 18-34 CATEGORY

Published: December 8, 2005

'DAYS OF OUR LIVES' HAS FINISHED #1 IN THE WOMEN 18-34 RACE IN EVERY SWEEP SINCE NOVEMBER 1995

'PASSIONS' IS #2 FOR THE SWEEP AMONG WOMEN 18-34 AND TIES FOR #1 AMONG FEMALES 12-17 AND 18-24

BURBANK, Calif. -- December 8, 2005 -- NBC Daytime finished the February sweep #2 among women 18-49 and #1 among women 18-34. This is NBC's 25th consecutive sweep victory in the valuable women 18-34 category (including one tie) and seventh November sweep in a row. NBC also won the month among women 18-24 and females 12-17.

For the Nov. 3-30 sweep, "Days of our Lives" (1.8 rating, 11 share among women 18-49, 1.9/12 among women 18-34) tied for #3 in the women 18-49 category and finished #1 outright with women 18-34. "Days" has ranked #1 among women 18-34 in every sweep since November 1995.

For the sweep, "Passions" (1.4/9 among women 18-49, 1.6/10 among women 18-34) tied for #7 in the women 18-49 race. Among women 18-34, "Passions" tied for #2 for the sweep, ahead of such rival dramas as "The Young and the Restless," "All My Children" and "One Life to Live." "Passions" tied for #1 for the sweep among females 12-17 and women 18-24.

Season to date, NBC Daytime is #2 among women 18-49 and #1 among women 18-34. "Days" is #3 in the women 18-49 race and #1 among women 18-34. For the season, "Passions" is #7 in the women 18-49 category and #2 among women 18-34.

According to in-home viewing figures from Nielsen Media Research for the Nov. 3-30 sweep, averages among women 18-49 were: ABC a 1.7 rating, 11 share; NBC, 1.6/10; CBS, 1.5/10. Women 18-34 averages were: NBC, 1.7/11; ABC, 1.3/9; CBS, 1.2/8. In total viewers, averages for the sweep were: CBS, 4.2 million; ABC, 3.2 million; NBC, 2.7 million.

For the season, averages among women 18-49 are: ABC, 1.7/11; NBC, 1.6/10; CBS, 1.4/9. Women 18-34 averages for the season are: NBC, 1.8/12; ABC, 1.2/8; CBS, 1.2/8. In total viewers, averages for the season are: CBS, 4.1 million; ABC, 3.1 million; NBC, 2.7 million.

According to in-home viewing figures from Nielsen Media Research for the week of Nov. 28-Dec.2, averages among women 18-49 were: ABC a 1.7/11; NBC, 1.6/10; CBS, 1.4/9. Women 18-34 averages for the week were: NBC, 1.7/11; ABC, 1.2/8; CBS, 1.2/8. In total viewers, averages for the week were: CBS, 4.1 million; ABC, 3.2 million; NBC, 2.8 million.

ABC Ratings Report

December 8, 2005

Fringe Ratings Report: ABC Daytime Programming

November Sweep (Nov. 3-30, 2005) & Week of Nov. 28 – Dec. 2, 2005

ABC DAYTIME WINS THE FULL AND DRAMA LINEUPS FOR THE FOURTH CONSECUTIVE SWEEP AMONG WOMEN 18-49, MARKING THE FULL LINEUP’S

MOST DOMINANT PERFORMANCE IN A NOVEMBER SWEEP SINCE 2001

ABC’S DRAMA LINEUP WINS ITS NINTH-STRAIGHT NOVEMBER SWEEP (INCLUDING TIES) AMONG WOMEN 18-49, MARKING THE DRAMA LINEUP’S MOST DOMINANT PERFORMANCE IN A NOVEMBER SWEEP SINCE 1997

“GENERAL HOSPITAL” IS THE NO. 1 DAYTIME PROGRAM* FOR THE WEEK

AND SWEEP AMONG WOMEN 18-49

“GENERAL HOSPITAL” DELIVERED ITS MOST DOMINANT NOVEMBER SWEEP PERFORMANCE OVER THE NO. 2-RANKED SOAP AMONG WOMEN 18-49

IN RECORDED HISTORY (DATING BACK TO 1991)

ABC DAYTIME SHOWS BIG GAINS AMONG FEMALE TEENS

ACROSS ALL FOUR PROGRAMS IN THE NOVEMBER SWEEP

ABC DAYTIME DRAMA LINEUP RANKS NO. 1 FOR THE 47th-STRAIGHT WEEK,

ITS LONGEST WINNING STREAK SINCE THE ONE ENDING JUNE 2000,

AND IS NO. 1 SEASON TO DATE AMONG WOMEN 18-49

ABC’S FULL LINEUP RANKS NO. 1 FOR THE WEEK & SEASON IN WOMEN 18-49

ABC DAYTIME CLAIMS THREE OF THE TOP FIVE SHOWS AND WINS THREE OUT OF

FOUR TIME PERIODS FOR THE SWEEP AND WEEK AMONG WOMEN 18-49

ABC IS ONLY NET TO SHOW GROWTH VS PRIOR WEEK IN BOTH LINEUPS IN WOMEN 18-49

ALL MY CHILDREN” POSTS ITS BEST DELIVERY IN SEVEN WEEKS AMONG WOMEN 18-49,

AND MARKS ITS BEST DELIVERY SINCE JULY 2005 AMONG WOMEN 18-34

“GENERAL HOSPITAL” OUTPERFORMED ITS TIME PERIOD COMPETITOR,

CBS’ “GUIDING LIGHT,” BY 54% AMONG WOMEN 18-49 FOR THE WEEK

AND BY 60% SEASON TO DATE

““ONE LIFE TO LIVE” OUTPERFORMED ITS TIME PERIOD COMPETITOR,

CBS’ “AS THE WORLD TURNS,” BY 27% AMONG WOMEN 18-49 FOR

THE WEEK AND BY 36% SEASON TO DATE

ABC WINS THE COMMON 1-3PM TIME PERIOD (ONLY TWO HOURS NBC PROGRAMS) FOR

THE SWEEP (BEATING NBC BY 9%) AND THE WEEK (BEATING NBC BY 7%) IN WOMEN 18-49

November 2005 Sweep (November 3–30, 2005)

ABC Daytime’s drama lineup was No. 1 for the fourth consecutive sweep among Women 18-49, with a 1.9 rating and a 12 share -- delivering 1.2 million Women 18-49 for the November 2005 sweep. This was also ABC’s ninth-straight November win in the drama lineup among Women 18-49 (including ties). ABC’s Daytime drama lineup outperformed CBS’ by 22% and NBC’s by16% in actuals among Women 18-49. Among Female Teens, the drama lineup was up 53% versus November 2004 (the most growth of any network), posting its best November sweep since 2001.

ABC Daytime’s full lineup was No. 1 for the fourth consecutive sweep among Women 18-49, with a 1.7 rating and an 11 share -- delivering 1.1 million Women 18-49 for the November 2005 sweep. ABC’s Daytime drama lineup outperformed CBS’ by 17% and NBC’s by 8% in actuals among Women 18-49. Among Female Teens, the drama lineup was up 45% versus November 2004 (the most growth of any network), posting its best November sweep since 2001. In the 1-3pm time period (the only two hours NBC programs), ABC was No. 1, with a 1.8 and an 11 share – delivering 1.2 million Women 18-49, outperforming NBC by 9%.

ABC had 3 of the top 5 shows and won 3 of 4 time periods for the sweep in Women 18-49:

· “The View” delivered a 1.3 rating and a 9 share – delivering an average audience of 860,000 Women 18-49. The talker outperformed the combined half-hours of “The Price is Right” by 2% and “Guiding Light” by 3%. Among Female Teens, the talker was up 18% versus November 2004.

· “General Hospital” was the No. 1-ranked program, with a 2.1 rating and a 13 share -- delivering 1.4 million Women 18-49. “General Hospital” beat No. 2 “Young & the Restless” by 8% among Women 18-49, marking the biggest November sweep advantage ”GH” has had over No. 2 in recorded history (dating back to 1991). Additionally, “GH” beat “Days of our Lives” by 14% and outdelivered its time period rival, “Guiding Light,” by 65% for the sweep. Among Female Teens, the drama was up 47% versus Nov. ’04.

· “One Life to Live” was the No. 3*-ranked program, its best ranking in a November sweep since 2001, with a 1.8 rating (* tied with “Days of our Lives”) and an 11 share – delivering 1.2 million Women 18-49. “OLTL” outperformed time period competitors “As the World Turns” by 34% and “Passions” by 29% for the sweep among Women 18-49. Among Female Teens, the drama was up 67% versus November 2004, (the most growth of any program), posting its best November sweep since 2002.

· “All My Children” was the No. 5-ranked program, with a 1.7 rating and an 11 share – delivering 1.1 million Women 18-49. Among Female Teens, the drama was up 42% versus November 2004, posting its best November sweep since 2001.

Following are the Daytime drama and full Daytime ratings averages for the sweep:

DAYTIME DRAMAS: TOTAL VIEWERS WOMEN 18-49

No. 1 CBS 3,940,000 No. 1 ABC 1.9/12

No. 2 ABC 3,230,000 No. 2 NBC 1.6/10

No. 3 NBC 2,720,000 No. 3 CBS 1.5/10

FULL DAYTIME: TOTAL VIEWERS WOMEN 18-49

No. 1 CBS 4,200,000 No. 1 ABC 1.7/11

No. 2 ABC 3,180,000 No. 2 NBC 1.6/10

No. 3 NBC 2,720,000 No. 3 CBS 1.5/10

Week of November 28 – December 2, 2005

ABC’s Daytime drama lineup was No. 1 for the 47th-straight week among Women 18-49, ABC’s longest winning streak since the one ending in June 2000, with a 1.8 rating and an 11 share -- delivering 1.2 million Women 18-49 for the week of November 28, 2005. ABC’s Daytime drama lineup outperformed CBS’ by 21% and NBC’s by 12% in actuals among Women 18-49. The lineup was up 4% versus the prior week among Women 18-49 (only network up). Among Women 18-34, the lineup was up 3% versus the prior week.

ABC’s full Daytime schedule was No. 1 among Women 18-49, with a 1.7 rating and an 11 share — delivering an average audience of 1.1 million Women 18-49. ABC outperformed CBS by 16% and NBC by 4% in actuals among Women 18-49. The lineup was up 2% versus the prior week (only network up). In the 1-3pm time period (the only two hours NBC programs), ABC was No. 1, with a 1.7 and an 11 share – delivering 1.1 million Women 18-49 and outperforming NBC by 7%. The lineup was up 8% versus the prior week among Women 18-49.

ABC had 3 of the top 5 shows and won 3 of 4 time periods for the week in Women 18-49:

· “The View” delivered a 1.3 rating and a 10 share – delivering an average audience of 850,000 Women 18-49. The talker outperformed the combined half-hours of “The Price is Right” by 3% and “Guiding Light” by 2%. Among Female Teens, the talker was up 12% versus last year.

· “General Hospital” was the No. 1*-ranked program, with a 1.9 rating (* tied with “Days of our Lives”) and a 12 share -- delivering 1.3 million Women 18-49. “General Hospital” beat “Days of our Lives” by 4% and “Young & the Restless” by 5% among Women 18-49. “GH” also outdelivered its time period rival, “Guiding Light,” by 54% for the week, and is outdelivering the drama by 60% season to date among Women 18-49. Among Female Teens, the drama was up 8% versus last year.

· “One Life to Live” was the No. 4*-ranked program of the week, with a 1.7 rating (* tied with “All My Children”) and an 11 share – delivering 1.1 million Women 18-49. “OLTL” outperformed time period competitors “As the World Turns” by 27% and “Passions” by 27% for the week. For the season, the drama is outperforming “As the World Turns” by 36% and “Passions” by 28% among Women 18-49. The drama was up 6% versus the prior week among Women 18-49. Among Women 18-34, the drama was up 8% versus the prior week. Among Female Teens, the drama was up 15% versus last year.

· “All My Children” was the No. 4*-ranked program, with a 1.7 rating (* tied with “One Life to Live”) and an 11 share – delivering 1.1 million Women 18-49. The drama was up 10% versus the prior week, posting its best numbers in seven weeks among Women 18-49 (*most growth). Among Women 18-34, the drama was up 11% versus the prior week, posting its best numbers since July 2005.

Season to date, ABC Daytime’s drama lineup ranks No. 1, with a 1.8 rating and an 11 share — delivering 1.2 million Women 18-49 – outperforming CBS by 19% and NBC by 12% in actuals. In the full lineup, ABC Daytime is No. 1, with a 1.7 rating and an 11 share – delivering 1.1 million Women 18-49, outperforming CBS by 15% and NBC by 4% in actuals.

Following are the Daytime drama and full Daytime ratings averages for the week:

DAYTIME DRAMAS: TOTAL VIEWERS WOMEN 18-49

No. 1 CBS 3,850,000 No. 1 ABC 1.8/11

No. 2 ABC 3,210,000 No. 2 NBC 1.6/10

No. 3 NBC 2,820,000 No. 3 CBS 1.5/10

FULL DAYTIME: TOTAL VIEWERS WOMEN 18-49

No. 1 CBS 4,140,000 No. 1 ABC 1.7/11

No. 2 ABC 3,160,000 No. 2 NBC 1.6/10

No. 3 NBC 2,820,000 No. 3 CBS 1.4/9

CBS Ratings Report

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ABCD Dailies (courtesy of Lskreet, abc mb)

ONE LIFE TO LIVE

MONDAY 2.6

TUESDAY 2.5

WEDNESDAY 2.5

THURSDAY 2.5

FRIDAY 2.3

GENERAL HOSPITAL

MONDAY 3.0

TUESDAY 2.8

WEDNESDAY 2.7

THURSDAY 2.7

FRIDAY 2.6

ALL MY CHILDREN

MONDAY 2.8

TUESDAY 2.6

WEDNESDAY 2.5

THURSDAY 2.4

FRIDAY 2.4

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CBS Dailies (courtesy of Lskreet, abc mb)

ATWT

MONDAY 2.7

TUESDAY 2.8

WEDNESDAY 2.6

THURSDAY 2.7

FRIDAY 2.5

B & B

MONDAY 3.4

TUESDAY 3.2

WEDNESDAY 3.1

THURSDAY 3.2

FRIDAY 3.2

Guiding Light

MONDAY 2.4

TUESDAY 2.3

WEDNESDAY 2.2

THURSDAY 2.3

FRIDAY 2.2

Y & R

MONDAY 4.2

TUESDAY 4.3

WEDNESDAY 3.9

THURSDAY 3.9

FRIDAY 3.9

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AMC did 2.4 on Thursday :( That was the Zendall kiss.... it seems to be the common trend that AMC does great at the beginning of the week but looses everything at the end, weird.

It's obvious by the 2.4 that Zendall is not a very popular couple. It started out great because they had a nice cliffhanger on Wednesday. Maybe TPTB will wake up and break up Zendall. They are boring together.

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It's obvious by the 2.4 that Zendall is not a very popular couple. It started out great because they had a nice cliffhanger on Wednesday. Maybe TPTB will wake up and break up Zendall. They are boring together.

Not sure where you get that... daily ratings are hardly ever indicactors of anything anymore, I just was pointing them out. Zendall not popular? Look on any board and you see many Zendall fans. Of course you are entitled to your opinion but I am just curious what you are basing it on?

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Not sure where you get that... daily ratings are hardly ever indicactors of anything anymore, I just was pointing them out. Zendall not popular? Look on any board and you see many Zendall fans. Of course you are entitled to your opinion but I am just curious what you are basing it on?

I am basing it on the ratings. If they were that popular the ratings for their "kiss" would not have been a 2.4 but a lot higher. Just look how high Monday's ratings were for AMC.

Y & R

MONDAY 4.2

TUESDAY 4.3

WEDNESDAY 3.9

THURSDAY 3.9

FRIDAY 3.9

Wow, Y&R ratings are horrible. A 3.9 three days in a row. :o I thought the ratings would be much higher. I guess Sheila's return has been a complete bust!

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I am basing it on the ratings. If they were that popular the ratings for their "kiss" would not have been a 2.4 but a lot higher. Just look how high Monday's ratings were for AMC.

Yeah but this has been a trend for months on AMC the beginning of the week is always higher and like I said alot of episodes that are generally considered above avergae perform worst in the ratings than episodes you think are below average. But that's it for me on this argument we have both made valid points.

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It's a trend, it's not lack of popularity. I'm sure every show has the trend, might be different days for different networks and all, I'm going to maybe do a trend sheet with DAYS and maybe ATWT to see how that goes.

(AMC'S High and Low's)

6/20/05: Monday/Tuesday/Wednesday: 2.7....Friday: 2.4

6/27/05: Monday: 2.7.....................................Thursday/Friday: 2.5

7/4/05: Tuesday: 2.7.......................................Thursday: 2.4 (7/4 not counted, 7 out of 9 soaps didn't count)

7/18/05: Tuesday: 2.7.....................................Wednesday/Friday: 2.5

7/26/06: Tuesday: 2.6.....................................Friday: 2.2

8/1/05: Monday 2.7.......................................Friday: 2.2

8/9/05: Tuesday: 2.6......................................Thursday/Friday: 2.3

8/15/05: Monday: 2.7....................................Thursday: 2.2

8/29/05: Monday: 2.7....................................Thursday: 2.3 (Huge Pre-emps)

9/12/05: Monday/Tuesday: 2.5......................Thursday: 2.3

9/19/05: Monday: 2.6....................................Thursday: 2.3

9/26/05: Monday: 2.8.....................................Friday: 2.4

10/3/05: Monday 2.6......................................Friday: 2.4

10/10/05: Monday 2.7....................................Wednesday/Friday: 2.5

10/17/05: Tuesday/Thursday/Friday: 2.6.........Wednesday: 2.4

10/24/05: Tuesday: 2.6...................................Friday: 2.2

10/31/05: Friday: 2.6......................................Wednesday: 2.4

11/7/05: Tuesday/Friday 2.6...........................Wednesday: 2.4

11/14/05: Tuesday 2.8....................................Friday: 2.4

11/28/05: Monday 2.8....................................Thursday/Friday: 2.4

As for Monday's episode it was excellent, I thought Monday (glad it showed, AM particuarly and RB teared apart that episode hardcore, classic drama) and Thursday's episode (Zendall, Jabe) were particuarly excellent but you don't win back an audience you've driven away for months with bad story in one week. And AMC has gone back to normal after that almost week long dose of entertaining material, so in the end it's pobably for the better they didn't get better payoff for the entire week.

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Daily ratings mean squat. I Tivo-ed Thursday's episode and watched it later with 2 other people my age. I'm 100% certain that my two friends and I were not included in the 2.4 or the 1.7 demo we belong to, and neither are the numerous other people out there that do the same thing. This goes for any soap, not just AMC.

With that being said, Zendall is obviously popular - Last week during the kiss, they both jumped to the #1 spot of the SON Top Ten popularity contest. Also through the Zendall/Rendall thread here, the majority is for Zendall. Also they are AMC's top couple in the ABC SID polls, and have been way before the kiss.

Again ratings are beyond accurate IMO.

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Nice chart their rugrat! Proves my point :lol: AMC I thought while certainly not as good as last week has been very decent this past week. AMC has been "good" consistently I think since mid October, obviously still bad parts but compared to the summer it has been miles ahead. It will only get better with Bianca returning.

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I don't agree with the since October thing, tiny improvements might have started then but it hasn't progressed into anything bigger. "I lied" week was good for 2 episodes and while last week was generally good the entire week and very good for two episode (the Monday episode was the best episode in atleast 6 months, exciting and nicely acted).

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