When Robin Brooks loses a case involving the murder of an informant, the team takes it very personally. Launching an investigation to get around double jeopardy, and bring justice down on an international arms dealer.

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When Robin Brooks loses a case involving the murder of an informant, the team takes it very personally. Launching an investigation to get around double jeopardy, and bring justice down on an international arms dealer.

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When hacking into a computer the password is shown as LEONARDSHELDON4A. Leonard and Sheldon live in Apt. 4A on The Big Bang Theory (2007). See more »

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Velcro was conceived in 1941, invented later on in the decade, with a patent request sent in 1951, and approved in 1955. See more »

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Charlie Eppes: I wonder if the anthropologists studying community networks in Southern Africa imagined that their work would lead to "friending" and "scrabulous."
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[This appears on the beginning of the episode] 1,055,995 eligible jurors $15 daily juror wage 481-5162342 juror ID number 1 verdict See more »

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Ray Wise is so much fun to watch
14 February 2009 | by (NYC) – See all my reviews

He didn't have a lot of screen time in this, but what was there was so choice!

Viva Leland Palmer. There's a lot of depth to those twinkling eyes. His words in the script challenge the other characters intellect and his delivery hit them hard. Luckily the other cast members and the director knew what to do with him.

Thanks to the crew of Numb3rs! A quality show even if somewhat limited by the topic. I know the math community says the show "jumped the shark" in that regard a long time ago.

The whole cast is excellent. Krumholtz, also able to be funny and twinkling even in non-humorous moments. Morrow is smoldering, though I don't like the "spiritual" turn imposed on him lately.

Faith is so overdone and overexposed.


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