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Ratings: Three Days of Snow

Viewers: 10.75 million. Down a million from last week, but facing strong competition from Fox (which debuted its House/24 Monday lineup last night), CBS was down about a million viewers on average last night. This is the third largest audience this season, behind Little Minnesota and Benefits.

Adults 18-49: 4.5/11

Adults 18-34: 3.6/9

Adults 25-54: No idea – CBS didn’t issue a press release this week. (There wouldn’t be much to say other than “Fox won.”)

Households: 6.2/9 – tied with Benefits for the season high.

Compared to other networks: Second to House in every way. HIMYM got better 18-49 numbers than anything that wasn’t House or Two and a Half Men and better 18-34 numbers than everything but House and the fourth half hour of The Bachelor.

Compared to other CBS comedies: Third in viewers, second in 18-49, first in 18-34, third in households.

Sources: PIFeedback, Zap2It, TV By the Numbers.

Post-Ep: Three Days of Snow

Barney’s Blog: No update yet.

HIMYM Style identified some of the clothes from the episode here.

Recaps and reviews:

Clips from the episode – try this if you’re outside the United States:


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Press Release for 413 – Three Days of Snow

THE GANG REFUSES TO LET A BLIZZARD RUIN THEIR RITUALS OF HAVING FUN, ON “HOW I MET YOUR MOTHER,” MONDAY, JAN. 19

“Three Days of Snow”When A blizzard shuts down the city, Marshall and Lily try to continue their longstanding airport reunion tradition while Ted and Barney volunteer to keep MacLaren’s open so they can meet up with some college girls, on HOW I MET YOUR MOTHER, Monday, Jan. 19 (8:30-9:00 PM, ET/PT) on the CBS Television Network.  Continue reading →

413 – Three Days of Snow

Spoilers after the jump. Nothing particularly earth-shaking, just plot spoilers and info on some recurring characters who should be showing up.

ALSO: Little Minnesota is now 4.11 and Benefits is now 4.12. (Not surprising, since LM is the Christmas ep and we’ve heard before that Benefits is airing in January.)

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