The competition on Monday night between the two popular talent contests Dancing With The Stars on ABC and The Voice on NBC, has claimed a victim -- and its none of the contestants on either show. Rather, it's CBS's Two and a Half Men , which saw its ratings fall to their lowest level in the sitcom's history Monday night. While DWTS attracted 16.8 million viewers in the 9 00 p.m. hour and The Voice, 10.7 million, Two and a Half Men landed 10.4 million. (At 8 30 p.m. CBS's Two Broke Girls tied a series low with 8.7 million viewers.) Reporting on the tough Monday-night competition, Tim Molloy at TheWrap.com commented, "It's a testament to the success of CBS's Monday lineup that its lowest-rated episodes do better than many [other network] comedies' highest-rated."