Lets me assess these viewership figures right here.
Yeah, these tell me that because Phill was in the third hour for a total of 40 minutes that the third hour was the highest since Phill hit Dwayne with the GTS. If I were the creative team I would place Phill all throughout the show as the audience clearly responds to him.
Vince and Paul should be very happy with these numbers.
I'm watching you...
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So what's competition like next week, by the sounds of things it was stiff this week or something.
I don't know, it's the 20th anniversary and while I don't think it's been as promoted as the 1000th episode, it should still pull in an even higher number with Rock along with the potential of Austin, not to mention resident WWE legends like Flair, Foley, possibly Taker and HHH/HBK/DX gracing us with their presence.
If it's anything like Raw 1000, it should be one hell of a show, not just for ratings, but for entertainment. But we'll have to wait to see.
Holy fuck Rock. He pulled back like a million viewers or something lol. Looks like the final confrontation, given the viewership for the hour, could have and probably should be hitting around 5 million viewers or over which is the magic number. DA RAWK AND DEM CASUALS.