Charlie and the team grapple with the concept of 'randomness' while trying to find a killer targeting drivers on the freeway.

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Jeff Kinkirk
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Charlie and the team grapple with the concept of 'randomness' while trying to find a killer targeting drivers on the freeway.

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In the scene where Don is throwing darts and talking to Charlie, a green ball is visible on the shelf behind him just next to a bowl of what appear to be gum balls. Later in the same scene when Charlie walks away from the chalkboard and to his laptop, the green ball is now on a lower shelf. See more »

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Charlie Eppes: You know who else doesn't like to talk about their love life?
Don Eppes: Your boy Larry.
Charlie Eppes: What do you know?
Don Eppes: That Megan thinks he's *beautiful*.
Charlie Eppes: [Mouths silently] beautiful?
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12 Million motor vehicles 9096 Miles of Freeway 5339 accidents 7 Freeway attacks See more »

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Stronger than most I've seen
28 October 2006 | by See all my reviews

This episode gripped me more than others I've seen because it seemed to get more personal. I really engaged with the family that was at the center of the storyline. The mother (played by guest star Rachel York) and the younger son were especially sympathetic. I also thought that the math came across as less academic in this episode. It hit on themes that are familiar to everyone. The show seems to be moving in a direction that reveals more of the human side of its regular characters. Don, in particular, really connected with the family, especially the mother. He seemed to want to catch the freeway attacker not just because it's his job but also to put the mother and her two sons at ease.


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