Imagine a queue of people stretching from New York City to Los Angeles.
Or imagine Wembley Stadium filled to capacity every single day for three months.
According to Broadcast, that's how many people watched my episode of EastEnders.
It was the eighth most popular thing on British television that week, beaten only by The X Factor, three episodes of Coronation Street, Strictly Come Dancing, Thursday's hour-long EastEnders special, and, wonderfully, Antiques Roadshow.
8.84 million people.
36.76% of all people watching TV in the UK at the time.
Plus a few more watching the omnibus, or catching up on iPlayer.
If they sat down and watched it one at a time, they'd still be watching in five hundred years time.
Of course, only about 6 of them were watching because they knew it was my episode.
That's a queue of people stretching all the way from my front door to... the bottom of the steps.