By James Hibberd
Updated February 11, 2011 at 05:03 PM EST
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Image Credit: Image Credit: Michael Becker/FoxIt was a wipeout last night, and not just for ABC’s action-reality show. Several top broadcast shows also had season-low ratings Thursday night, including American Idol, Grey’s Anatomy and CSI.

Fox still won the night with Idol (21.7 million, 7.2) and Bones (10.1 million, 3.3). CBS aired Big Bang Theory (12.8 million, 3.9) and $#*! My Dad Says (10.4 million, 2.7), both dipping this week but avoiding new lows. CSI (12.6 million, 2.8) tied its all-time series low. The Mentalist (14.7 million, 2.9) held steady and won 10 p.m.

ABC had Wipeout (6.9 million, 2.2), down 12 percent and marking a season low, along with Grey’s Anatomy (10.4 million, 3.9), which won 9 p.m. Private Practice (7.3 million, 2.7) bucked the trend — climbing 8 percent.

NBC had its comedy endurance gauntlet: Community (3.9 million, 1.8) was down 10 percent and tied its season low. Perfect Couples (3.1 million, 1.5), The Office (6.9 million, 3.6), Parks & Recreation (5.1 million, 2.6) and 30 Rock (4.6 million, 2.3) were all within 8 percent of last week and avoided their bottoms. Outsourced (3.7 million, 1.7) hit a series low.

The CW’s drama block of Vampire Diaries (2.7 million, 1.2) and Nikita (1.9 million, 0.7) dipped from last week.

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