The Cos finally took a hit from bad boy Bart Simpson in the showdown between "The Cosby Show" and "The Simpsons."

A Thanksgiving rerun of "Cosby" landed in 39th place with the lowest ratings in the NBC series' seven-year history.An original episode of "The Simpsons" on Fox tied for 37th, edging "Cosby" by three-tenths of a ratings point and giving the bickering cartoon clan its first ratings victory since its move to Thursdays opposite the Cos.

Meanwhile, ABC won the overall network ratings for the first time in the 10-week-old fall season, the A.C. Nielsen Co. reported.

ABC got a boost from the Stephen King horror tale "It" - Part 2 finished second in the Nielsens - and Monday night football, which placed third.

ABC had a 13.4 average for the week, NBC an 11.8 and CBS an 11.3 - the widest margin between first and second place since the World Series on CBS last month. Each ratings point represents 931,000 homes.

The most-watched show was CBS "60 Minutes," featuring an interview with "Born on the Fourth of July" and "Platoon" director Oliver Stone.

Here are the top 10 shows, their network and rating: "60 Minutes," CBS, 22.5; "Stephen King's `It' Part 2," ABC, 20.6; "NFL Monday Night Football," ABC, 18.2; "America's Funniest People," ABC, 18.1; "America's Funniest Home Videos," ABC, 17.9; "Murder, She Wrote," CBS, 17.8; "Murphy Brown," CBS, 17.7; "Designing Women," CBS, 17.6; "Golden Girls," NBC, 17.5; and "Empty Nest," NBC, 17.4.