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This review is from: Numb3rs Season 3 [DVD] (DVD)
I absolutely adore this programme, so I am perhaps biased when I say that this is perhaps one of the better seasons, despite the first two being completely awesome also! In my opinion, this fourth season is the best season as it shows more interaction between Charlie and Don, something which I feel is perhaps noticeably lacking in this season compared to the other two.
I enjoy watching the relationship of the Eppes family, and how they interact with Don protecting Charlie from certain situations that Don feels Charlie cannot cope with, but superfan though I am, that is missing from this season. However, what is interesting is the way that we get to see each character grow and progress independently, we learn more about their characters and their pasts in this season. For instance in the episode 23 - Money For Nothing, we learn about the relationship the brothers shared growing up.
The final episode, The Janus List, is fantastic, a perfect season ending, especially if you've watched the series from the beginning. Episode 12- 9 Wives, is a supremely interesting episode, as unlike some episodes of the show, how it will end is a mystery to the viewer, this is also the case for episode 21, The Art of Reckoning. Both are brilliant viewing and had my attention caught in a cunning trap!
In shot, in case I have bored you and you have skipped to the end, this season of the show in my opinion is a must buy. Yes, there are the comments that many episodes are predictable in their outcome, but my retaliation to this is, think of any show that you watch of this genre, and try and think of one that doesn't have the same winning formula- the case it exactly the same for shows such as Law and Order, House, CSI etc.
Enjoy the season, because this show just keeps getting better- please release the DVD's quicker so we can buy them over here- season 5 is being aired already in America- whilst season 3 has only just become available to buy on DVD in the UK!