I understand the viewing figure for the programme was 17 Million ?
The population of the USA at the start of 2020 was...just over 331 Million !
So, really not a lot of interest on that side of the pond either ?
|The Day After||100.0 (at least)||20 November 1983||ABC|
|Super Bowl XXX||94.1||28 January 1996||NBC|
|Super Bowl XXVIII||90.0||30 January 1994||NBC|
|Super Bowl XXVII||91.0||31 January 1993||NBC|
|Super Bowl XX||92.6||26 January 1986||NBC|
|Super Bowl XLVIII||112.2||2 February 2014||Fox|
|Super Bowl XLVII||108.7||3 February 2013||CBS|
|Super Bowl XLVI||111.3||5 February 2012||NBC|
|Super Bowl XLV||111.0||6 February 2011||Fox|
|Super Bowl XLIX||114.4||1 February 2015||NBC|
|Super Bowl XLIV||106.5||7 February 2010||CB|
Thank you for the confirmation on that.
Note:- How many people do you know that can run up a gambling dept of £4,000,000, and not end up without kneecaps, or propping up a flyover?
You forget to include the obligatory playing of the race card.
Me, me, me, racism, me, me, me.
Apparently she claimed a member of the royal family was concerned about how black Archie may be.
And she won’t say who said it because it would be damaging to her husband’s family.
So to avoid damaging her husband’s family, she’ll put out the claim and then let the world speculate forever on which member of her husband’s family might have said something racist.
That’s not protecting her husband’s family, that’s encouraging people to accuse, smear and hate her husband’s family.
That strikes me as very nasty, bitter, manipulative, exploitative behaviour that increases racial tension and division.
She has no class.