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Nearly 40 million viewers tuned in to watch Sunday's controversial two-hour CBS spec "9/11"-- proving that auds are still keenly interested in programming related to the September terror attacks.
"Survivor: Marquesas" remains an island of strength for CBS, adding a few new viewers in its second week -- but not enough to overtake NBC's still-mighty "Friends"-led Thursday night lineup.
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