Numb3rs (2005–2010)
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And the Winner Is... 

Larry turns up again after having wandered the desert for quite some time, while the FBI works to solve jewelry heist at an awards show, while dealing with celebrities...and their egos.

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Elizabeth Hopkins
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Hans Stollbach
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Larry turns up again after having wandered the desert for quite some time, while the FBI works to solve jewelry heist at an awards show, while dealing with celebrities...and their egos.

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Although the episode seems to promise a reunion of 'Taxi' stars Judd Hirsch and Marilu Henner, they in fact have no scenes together. See more »

Goofs

Multiple times Elizabeth Hopkins says that she is an employee of "Lloyds of London" and that her "company insured" an item of jewelry. Contrary to popular misconception Lloyds of London is an underwriter, or market, of insurance policies but actually does not actually insure anything. See more »

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[This appears on the beginning of the episode] 16 victims 6 robbers 24 million dollars 22 million witnesses See more »

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An unexpected error
13 February 2010 | by (Durham, NC) – See all my reviews

In a show that deals with complex mathematics, it seems really weird (and a little sad) to me that the script used "light-years" as a measurement of time. One light-year is the amount of *distance* that light travels in a year. The reference to light-years was not about distance (although with a little tweaking, it could have been); it was clearly about time.

In places, the script dealt with some astronomical information that is beyond what is known by most amateurs. If this English teacher knows what a light-year is, shouldn't the writers, or someone on the cast, crew, or set?


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