Charlie's loss of clearance may endanger Don's life when he and Ian Edgerton begin tracking suspects in the murders of two rock climbers.
Did You Know?
Skeet (Theresa) mentions that a new climbing route "might even be as hard as a 5.14"; later, Pete says that it "might be the first 5.15 in California". These are references to the Yosemite Decimal System (YDS), one of several grading systems for the difficulty of climbing routes. The major numbers run from 1 (walkable) to 5. Originally, the scale was planned to run from 5.1 to 5.9, but the development of new techniques and disputes over relative difficulty led to expansion past 5.10 and the addition of a letter grade. In September, 2008, Chris Sharma completed a climb on Clark Mountain in California, which he called Jumbo Love. This route has a proposed YDS rating of 5.15b. See more
Charlie says that Tolinson tried to take his faculty parking spot when he doesn't know how to drive a car. See more
[This appears on the beginning of the episode] 225 crashed aircraft 72 carats 32 geographic satellites 2 climbers See more
References Numb3rs: Noisy Edge