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Ratings: Does Grey's Still Have Hearts Beating?

The ratings rehash for the increasingly competitive Thursday:8 pm/ETSurvivor: Gabon — No, I Will Not Be Typing the Subhead Each Week topped the 8 o'clock hour, and averaged 12.9 million total viewers over its two-hour run, a drop of a mil from the Fans vs. Favorites opener. Ugly Betty placed second with 9.78 mil, a 12 percent decline from a year ago. My Name is Earl's back-to-back episodes averaged 6.4 mil, plunging 25 percent from its previous premiere. Smallville (4.1 mil) slipped 270 thou.9 pmGrey's Anatomy dominated its entire two-hour run, averaging 18.3 million viewers, a 10 percent dip from last season's opener. Delivering 9.2 mil, The Office dipped 470K year-over-year. Supernatural (3.25 mil) was down 18 percent from last week's return.10 pmPlacing a distant third behind the back end of Grey's and a CSI repeat, ER returned to 7.92 mil, a 20 percent drop from its previous premiere.

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The ratings rehash for the increasingly competitive Thursday:
8 pm/ET
Survivor: Gabon - No, I Will Not Be Typing the Subhead Each Week topped the 8 o'clock hour, and averaged 12.9 million total viewers over its two-hour run, a drop of a mil from the Fans vs. Favorites opener. Ugly Betty placed second with 9.78 mil, a 12 percent decline from a year ago.
My Name is Earl's back-to-back episodes averaged 6.4 mil, plunging 25 percent from its previous premiere. Smallville (4.1 mil) slipped 270 thou.
9 pm
Grey's Anatomy dominated its entire two-hour run, averaging 18.3 million viewers, a 10 percent dip from last season's opener. Delivering 9.2 mil, The Office dipped 470K year-over-year. Supernatural (3.25 mil) was down 18 percent from last week's return.
10 pm
Placing a distant third behind the back end of Grey's and a CSI repeat, ER returned to 7.92 mil, a 20 percent drop from its previous premiere.