An old colleague of Charlie's asks for help because of the untimely deaths of some coworkers, but when she also turns up dead Don and Charlie are started on a trail that may threaten the very democracy they've vowed to protect.

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An old colleague of Charlie's asks for help because of the untimely deaths of some coworkers, but when she also turns up dead Don and Charlie are started on a trail that may threaten the very democracy they've vowed to protect.

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At the beginning of the season, Diane Farr (Megan Reeves) had informed the producers that she was pregnant, and as the season progressed, her character was increasingly relegated to office duties, where her pregnant belly could be hidden behind desks, folders, etc.(even so, in some shots it is noticeable). At the time of filming this episode, she had reached full term, and an obstetrician and a midwife from Florida were on set in case she went into labor on set. While filming, Farr had early contractions but insisted on working. The producers and writers rushed to alter the script and rearrange the shooting schedule so that that day could be Farr's last day on set. She delivered her baby before the episode wrapped. Her character, written to be on special assignment in Washington, is absent until the season finale (Numb3rs: The Janus List (2007)), although Farr is still credited in every episode. See more »

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