According to my bank account I'm not rich, but according to the shows I'm watching on TV, I'm loaded! A media group recently analyzed Neilsen ratings to figure out what the rich are watching and it turns out they don't watch reality television and are not big fans of CBS. In fact America's wealthiest viewers are watching Scrubs, Friday Night Lights, Studio 60, 30 Rock, Desperate Housewives, What About Brian, Grey's Anatomy and The Office. Besides Desperate Housewives and Grey's Anatomy, none of these shows are what I would call ratings juggernauts. The study even broke down the average incomes for each network. Let's see where you fall. "ABC's audience has a median income of $64,000, based on adults 25-54 in fourth quarter, compared to NBC's $60,000, CBS's $59,000, Fox's $53,000 and the CW's $45,000.