Robin Williams' new sitcom The Crazy Ones debuted on CBS last night after uber-hit The Big Bang Theory and did very well for itself, drawing 15.6 million viewers overall . Though it didn't hold onto to all of Big Bang 's 18.9 million viewers, it easily beat its NBC competition, the premiere of The Michael J. Fox Show , which pulled in 7.3 million people. The Michael J. Fox Show 's lead-in, the always ratings-challenged Parks and Recreation , managed only 3.3 million viewers, while CBS's 9:30 show Two and a Half Men drew 11.54 million people.
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