The Riemann-Hypothesis as shown is incorrect. On the blackboard the hypothesis is that all roots of the Riemann-zeta function are real. The actual hypothesis is that the non-trivial roots of this function have a real part equal to 1/2.
Goren states that Robbie's IQ was recorded as 246 on the Stanford-Binet scale. This is impossible as the scale's highest possible score is 160. Goren probably meant that Robbie's IQ was recorded as 146.