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Jon Hamm, Kourtney Kardashian, Michael Vick

AMC; E! Networks; AP Photo/Matt Rourke

Who thinks Michael Vick is persona non grata? Who thinks Mad Men is chintzy? Who thinks a well-timed surprise pregnancy is ever bad for ratings, much less Kourtney Kardashian's? 

The answers—and more questions—in the latest TV ratings quiz:

1. True or false: People, especially women, will not pay to see Michael Vick? To be determined come the NFL season. But we do now know that people, especially women, will watch the football-playing, dog-fighting ringleader on free TV. 60 Minutes, which featured Vick's first post-jail interview on Sunday night, finished second in Nielsen's latest broadcast weekly rankings, and placed No. 1 among young women. (And probably cat lovers, too.)

2. True or false: Mad Men is cheap fun? Guess the answer depends on your cable bill. Overall, there's nothing cut-rate about the series. The top Emmy nominee scored a record 2.8 million viewers for Sunday's season-three premiere. Also, if you tuned in, and you're over 25, there's a pretty good chance that you and yours make at least $100,000 a year. AMC says Mad Men's audience is the ritziest in cable. (Fans of The Office usually boast the fattest paychecks among free-TV viewers.)

3. True or false: Surprise pregnancies only mean there's more of you for viewers to love. Pretty much. With Kourtney Kardashian in the headlines much of the week leading up to Sunday's premiere of her and her baby sister's Kourtney and Khloé Take Miami, the E! series notched the network's biggest audience (2.7 million viewers) since The Anna Nicole Show back in 2002.  (E! Online is a division of E! Entertainment.)

4. Complete the following sentence: "Paula Abdul isn't with American Idol, and Hey, Paula! bombed; Randy Jackson is with American Idol, and America's Best Dance Crew ________. The phrase you're looking for is, "Will not soon be confused for Hey, Paula!, praise be." Jackson's name-branded MTV dance show got off to a hot fourth-season start with 2.3 million viewers.

5. Conan O'Brien couldn't lose to David Letterman reruns, could he? He sure came close. O'Brien's Tonight Show and Letterman's Late Show both ended up averaging about 2.9 million viewers from Aug. 3-7, a five-day stretch in which O'Brien was all-new, and Letterman was all-old. Productively so. 

6. The gimme question: What were TV's top shows? Per usual, the Tuesday edition of America's Got Talent was No. 1 on free TV; The Closer was No. 1 on cable.

7. The trick question: Given the increasing ugliness of Jon and Kate Gosselin's story, what was cable's most-watched reality show? Why, Jon & Kate Plus 8, of course! The Real Housewives of Atlanta did, however, make it close.

8. Whoever said vampires jumped the shark? Not fans of True Blood, which hit yet another series high Sunday: 4.5 million viewers.