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Thursday, February 02, 2006

Just some cable TV observations.

Keith Obermann kicking the crap out of Bill O'Reilly.

Oddly enough, for all of O'Reilly's bluster and bullshit about how his show is #1, I follow the cable ratings, and last week, his show wasn't in the top 15.

1. "WWE Raw" (Monday, 9 p.m.), USA, 4.07 million homes, 5.61 million viewers.
2. "WWE Raw" (Monday, 10 p.m.), USA, 4.07 million homes, 5.64 million viewers.
3. "Monk" (Friday, 10 p.m.), USA, 3.79 million homes, 5.35 million viewers.
4. "SpongeBob SquarePants" (Saturday, 9:30 a.m.), Nickelodeon, 3.47 million homes, 4.83 million viewers.
5. "Fairly Odd Parents" (Saturday, 10 a.m.), Nickelodeon, 3.14 million homes, 4.21 million viewers.
6. "Fairly Odd Parents" (Saturday, 10:30 a.m.), Nickelodeon, 3.08 million homes, 4.25 million viewers.
7. Movie: "Forrest Gump" (Sunday, 5 p.m.), TNT, 2.99 million homes, 4.23 million viewers.
8. "Fairly Odd Parents" (Sunday, 10 a.m.), Nickelodeon, 2.98 million homes, 3.86 million viewers.
9. "SpongeBob SquarePants" (Sunday, 9:30 a.m.), Nickelodeon, 2.96 million homes, 4.09 million viewers.
10. "Fun Without Football" (Sunday, 4 p.m.), TBS, 2.92 million homes, 3.77 million viewers.
11. Movie: "High School Musical" (Wednesday, 8 p.m.), Disney, 2.92 million homes, 3.69 million viewers.
12. "SpongeBob SquarePants" (Saturday, 9 a.m.), Nickelodeon, 2.91 million homes, 4.03 million viewers.
13. Movie: "The Princess Diaries" (Friday, 8 p.m.), Disney, 2.86 million homes, 4.44 million viewers.
14. "Zoey 101" (Sunday, 8 p.m.), Nickelodeon, 2.78 million homes, 3.7 million viewers.
15. "Drake & Josh" (Friday, 5:30 p.m.), Nickelodeon, 2.73 million homes, 3.84 million viewers.

In fact, I don't see ANY Fox News shows there. But I must be wrong, there's no way someone on a News channel would simply blatantly lie about something so easy to check.

Would they?


Anonymous scott said...

He's speaking of cable news, which would include CNN, MSNBC and CNBC.

11:36 PM


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