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Numb3rs 6 Seasons 2005

Season 1
4.4 out of 5 stars (40) IMDb 6.9/10

The complete first season of the US drama series in which FBI Special Agent Don Eppes (Rob Morrow) recruits his mathematical genius brother Charlie (David Krumholtz) to help the Bureau solve a wide range of challenging crimes in Los Angeles.

Starring:
David Krumholtz, Rob Morrow

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Season 1

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1. Pilot

As Don races to capture a serial rapist who has begun to murder his victims, Charlie uses a mathematical equation to identify the killer's point of origin.

AGES-15-AND-OVER Subtitles Runtime: 43 minutes Release date: 1 January 2005
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2. Uncertainty Principle

After a series of bank robberies, Don recruits Charlie to help chart the next robbery location, only to overlook the thieves' true motive.

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3. Vector

Don relies on Charlie's mathematical insight to help stop a virus that has been killing innocent people in Los Angeles.

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4. Structural Corruption

Charlie convinces Don to investigate a student's suicide in order to make sure that it was not murder.

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5. Prime Suspect

Don needs Charlie's help to find out why the daughter of a mathematician is kidnapped.

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6. Sabotage

While investigating a deadly freight train accident, Don and Charlie discover a shocking culprit who is on a mission to diminish public confidence in the railroad system.

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7. Counterfeit Reality

After two teens are found murdered, the investigation leads Don and his team to uncover a dangerous counterfeit money ring.

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8. Identity Crisis

When new information on an old case comes to light, Don thinks he may have sent the wrong person to jail.

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9. Sniper Zero

Don and his team must stop a sniper who goes on a killing spree in Los Angeles.

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10. Dirty Bomb

Don must find the hijackers of a truck carrying nuclear waste before they detonate a dirty bomb in Los Angeles.

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11. Sacrifice

When Don and his FBI team are called in to solve the murder of a computer researcher, they are surprised by what they find.

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12. Noisy Edge

When a UFO is spotted dangerously close to Los Angeles, Don recruits Charlie to help locate the mysterious aircraft's point of origin and is surprised when it turns into a murder investigation.

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13. Man Hunt

Don must find two violent felons who escape after their prison bus is in a car accident.

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By Jet Lagged TOP 1000 REVIEWER on 22 Nov. 2015
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Enjoyable series where maths academia meets up with the messy world of crime.

FBI agent Don Eppes asks his younger brother, Charlie, to help out on a tricky case the FBI are grappling with. Charlie is a young maths professor and resident genius. What happens next is that Charlie's application of mathematical methods are spectacularly successful in helping solve the case. And so he ends up becoming a permanent consultant to Don and his FBI office.

It's actually fun watching Charlie come up with maths stuff to catch the psychos and thieves.

Charlie is the brains. Don is the man of action. From time to time an interesting tension arises btweenn the two brothers. Watching the brothers deal with the ups and downs of their new professional relationship keeps the viewer hooked.

The background goings-on in the brothers' extended family also provides some light relief and provides some entertainment.
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I hope the meaning of this saying is clear. Usaually I'm too lazy to write reviews, but when you get to see something that good, you kind of want to share the joy: buy it, watch it, enjoy it!

We do not have Numb3rs on TV here in Lithuania, I just happened to stumble on it by chance. As a "somebody who once tried, but failed to become a pro of applied maths" myself, I considered it as a great challenge to the authors: to create cases, that can be solved by mathematical methods. In fact in some cases the maths does seem overimposed a bit, but it never, never leaves you disappointed. The plots are really good, there's not even a moment, when you'd feel bored, you get some good characters, not only the two brothers Don (who is with FBI) and Charlie (a professor of applied maths), who use different ways to solve crimes. Plenty of close-ups to appreciate the actors' work, if you are up to it. And this little moment at the end of every episode, to create an incredibly warm atmosphere, like when Charlie pretends he got interested in golf, just to please his father.

Just a couple of minor nuisances. The discs are packed in quite a stupid way, one atop on another. And then it seems quite unfair to have only 12 episodes in season 1. So it's "only" 5 stars. If not for these flaws, it might be 6!

A cry for help for the end: what about season 2 for region 2??? And it's already 24 episodes, as far as I know.
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On the face of it, a TV show about a guy that helps to solve crimes by using mathematics sounds a little bit far-fetched and boring. However, this is a show that will appeal to more than just mathematics geeks (me included). It brings together a number of interesting characters, very well portrayed by the various actors, and creates a believable and interesting story every week. The use of maths is a new twist on the standard crime TV show and adds a freshness and new feel to the program. David Krumholtz provides a believable and, perhaps more importantly, a likeable persona to the main man Charlie Eppes and after just one or two episodes you really begin to understand and sympathise with his character (if not the maths that he uses).

Numb3rs is a program that will have something for everybody, and now that it has dropped so low in price it is definitely worth a try.
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This is a fantastic detective / cop / thriller show, one that for many might well have slipped under the radar.

The idea that applying mathematical theory to behaviour patterns might help trace crimes is no more or less plausible that the wonky science we see week in, week out on the variations of CSI. Also, there is plenty of "traditional" cop work on the go.

Well written, an excellent cast and the occasional appearance of the music of Talking Heads - what's not to like
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Let me first say that I think this is a very interesting and well-done crime series. But since the European releases (including this British one) lack the US-extras I feel ripped off. I don't think it's asking too much to get behind the scenes featurettes, commentaries, etc. I really wish amazon put more information on their websites so you know in advance whether a box set is actually worth buying or not. So here's a list of what we're missing:
Crunching Numb3rs: Season One
Point Of Origin: Inside The Unaired Pilot
Audition Reels With Optional Commentary By Mark Saks
Cast And Crew Commentaries On Select Episodes
Do The Math: The Caltech Analysis
Charlievision: FX Sequences 1.0
Blooper Reel
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If I were to wake up in the night, Numb3rs would be on some channel or another and would be the ideal "sleeping potion".
However, having bought the series to give it a second chance I was very surprised. It is very good!
Don't worry about the "algarythms" just enjoy it for the crime drama that it is.
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Somehow I missed Numb3rs when it was in production and being broadcast on TV. Stumbled across it recently (on CBS Action) and was hooked. I am now binge watching the first three seasons with three more to follow.
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Enough has already been said about the programme itself so I just want to make a comment on the boxed set... the Region 2 set is pathetic!

The Region 1 releases are packed with extra features including behind the scenes featurettes, episode commentaries, deleted/extended scenes, blooper reels, etc. The Region 2 release has nothing! Not a single extra feature! All you get are the episodes. There is nothing here which hasn't already been broadcast on tv.

The above is true of the Region 2 releases of seasons 1 & 2 which are all I've seen so far.
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