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6.03 The Higgs Boson Observation

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Last night's episode of The Big Bang Theory finished first in the ratings for its time slot and ranked as night's most-watched and highest-rated broadcast.

"The Higgs Boson Observation" was watched by 14.23 million people, down by 950,000 people from last week's episode. In the adults 18-49 demographic, The Big Bang Theory scored a 4.5/13 rating, down from 4.9/16 last Thursday. The Big Bang Theory finished first in its time slot by all key ratings metrics.

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Thanks. I hear that the ratings are down from previous weeks because of the VP debate and NFL?

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There is a scene in this episode where, while Howard and Bernadette were video chatting when Howard was on the International Space Station, Howard suggested that he and Bernadette talk in code.

"From now on, "Frog" is me, "Sandwich" means you, and "Lemon" means rocket. So, come on, Sandwich, build me a Lemon ’cause Froggy wants to come home."

I was thinking, should "Sandwich" be Bernadette's new nickname? I wonder what anyone here thinks about this.

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