Q1: Impact opened with a 0.87 rating for the immediate fall-out from Lockdown with Bobby Roode's promo and subsequent interruptions by Mr. Anderson, Jeff Hardy, and Hulk Hogan. There was also one commercial. (down 26.1% vs. 2011-Q1 average)
Q2: Impact increased to a 0.91 rating for Matt Morgan & Austin Aries vs. Bully Ray & Crimson in the opening match, plus one commercial. (down 21.3% vs. 2011-Q2 average)
Q3: Impact reached its first hour peak with a 0.96 rating for Garett Bischoff & babyfaces in the ring confronted by Ric Flair, one commercial, and the first-half of A.J. Styles vs. Kurt Angle. (down 17.7% vs. 2011-Q3 average)
Q4: Impact dipped back down to a 0.90 rating for the end of Styles-Angle, champions making their way to the ring, two full commercial breaks (which affected the rating), and Hogan talking to RVD backstage leading to the top of the second hour. (down 20.0% vs. 2011-Q4 average)
Q5: Typical for Impact, the show scored its peak rating in Q5 with a 1.14 rating for Hogan's "big announcement" with the champions in the ring, plus one commercial break. This was the only quarter-hour of the show that was not double-digit percentage below the corresponding 2011 quarter-hour average. (down 7.4% vs. 2011-Q5 average)
Q6: Impact dipped back down to a 0.98 rating for the eight-Knockouts tag match, one commercial, and ODB & EY on their "honeymoon." (down 15.5% vs. 2011-Q6 average)
Q7: Impact dipped to a second-hour-low 0.94 rating for Devon vs. Gunner, one commercial break, and James Storm's farewell-for-now speech leading to the main event.
Q8: Impact increased slightly to a 0.96 rating - below the KO quarter-hour - for the main event of Jeff Hardy vs. Mr. Anderson vs. RVD that the audience did not have time to anticipate. There was also one commercial. This was the lowest Q8 rating since early March. (down 18.5% vs. 2011-Q8 average)