Bristol Palin in a gorilla suit may have turned a few viewers off last night, as Dancing with the Stars dropped a bit. But it was still the evening's most-watched show. 8 p.m. Dancing With the Stars: 18.4 million viewers House: 9.5 million How I Met Your Mother: 8 million/Rules of Engagement: 7.9 million Chuck: 5.3 million 90210 rerun: 1.2 million 9 p.m. Dancing With the Stars: 20.15 million Two and a Half Men: 13.4 million/Mike & Molly: 11 million The Event: 6.4 million Lie to Me: 5.7 million Gossip Girl rerun: 881,000 10 p.m. Castle: 11.6 million Hawaii Five-0 (pictured): 10.6 million Chase: 5.2 million Source Here
If you thought that dancing to iconic TV theme songs on Monday night's Dancing With the Stars would give the performers a leg up because they already knew the music, you'd be wrong. In fact, most the Dancing pros — and at least one star — were either too young or living in a foreign country when American television hits such as Bewitched and Hill Street Blues were on the air. "I had no idea what that song was," says pro Cheryl Burke, who was born in 1984 and danced to Hill Street Blues, which aired from 1981-1987. But her partner Rick Fox was a different story. He watched the show religiously and says he idolized one of its stars, Michael Warren, a former UCLA basketball player. "I could name that tune in one note," says Fox. Adds Burke, "I liked it, but I was like, 'What is that?'" To Read More Click Here.