Numb3rs: Season 3, Episode 16

Contenders (16 Feb. 2007)

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One of David's childhood friends is accused of murder while sparring in preparation for an All-Out Fighting bout, and Charlie has a contest of his own trying to defend Larry's chair in a Texas Hold 'em qualifier.

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One of David's childhood friends is accused of murder while sparring in preparation for an All-Out Fighting bout, and Charlie has a contest of his own trying to defend Larry's chair in a Texas Hold 'em qualifier.

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More left wing liberal propaganda
28 September 2013 | by See all my reviews

Wow, is anyone surprised that Amita is beating all three men at the poker table, even though most of them are much more experienced and skilled?

Just once I would like to see a TV show or movie where the white men are not shown to be incompetent fools that are ridiculed, and beaten at every task by the much more competent and skilled women in the episodes. In fact, it is so lame and predictable that it is not even interesting anymore.

I was so tired of this constant left wing propaganda that I stopped watching at this point.


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