Monday results are in: A couple of things about this chart. First, I show how many fewer viewers there are this week over last week. Roughly at 8 pm and 9 pm there we 2 million fewer viewing the broadcast networks. They may be watching cable channels, playing games with their kids, on their computers, sleeping, whatever. Second, at 8:30 in last week's numbers I have ESPN's "Monday Night Football" which demonstrates that there are 15 million viewers who aren't watching the broadcast networks because football is on cable. Lastly, I stuck in the 9:30 ratings because the 9:00 ratings get skewed with the "House" overrun. This demonstrates, much to my chagrin that "Lone Star" has a chance only if someone at Fox wants to subsidize it with "Glee" profits. If so, that someone will be fired by Rupert Murdoch. It would have been a good FX show, but what do I know? Finally, it looks like the 2 million who didn't come back this week tuned in last Monday to watch "The Event" and said: "What was that all about?" But as someone in another thread reminded me, it's NBC so they more or less have to stick with it, at least until they get a 12 overweight people together to eat worms while leaping onto big rubber balls in a pool for $200 an episode while the new NBC President's brother-in-law videos them on his Handycam.