Numb3rs: Season 5, Episode 18

12:01 AM (13 Mar. 2009)

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Charlie is distracted from applying math to his first basketball-coaching job when a doctor claims to have evidence that clears a death-row inmate, leaving him and the team very little time to be sure real justice occurs.

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Charlie is distracted from applying math to his first basketball-coaching job when a doctor claims to have evidence that clears a death-row inmate, leaving him and the team very little time to be sure real justice occurs.

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The prisoner is identified as having killed an Assistant U.S. Attorney and is shown in a Bureau of Prisons (BOP) jumpsuit in a Los Angeles Federal Prison. Later in the show, the agents are calling the Governor to get a stay of execution. The Governor of California would have no say in a Federal prisoner's execution. Additionally, the LAPD would not have investigated the crime to any extent since it was a Federal crime. See more »

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3309 death row inmates 1% innocent prisoner #45632 John Curtis 3.5 hours until he dies See more »

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This show is racism!
30 March 2011 | by See all my reviews

This episode helped me make the decision of stopping watching the show altogether.

The second story line was a basketball match. It was ridiculous enough they had some professors to coach the team, near the end, they brought two lakers to replace two Asian players! Sports is not just about winning. Having two professionals playing the game totally twisted the game itself. It showed how narrow-minded the writers is.

Besides they had the two lakers replaced two Asians (Charlie called out one Chinese last name, one Japaness one). It was totally racism!

So I made the decision never to watch this show again.


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