The team investigates the deaths of two men who were part of a group of friends that had been sexually assaulted by a teacher when they were young boys. Also, Charlie and Amita get a ... See full summary »

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The team investigates the deaths of two men who were part of a group of friends that had been sexually assaulted by a teacher when they were young boys. Also, Charlie and Amita get a fantastic job opportunity that could put a wrinkle in their wedding plans. Written by CBS Publicity

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Amita talks to Charlie about having their wedding in Europe after accepting a position at Cambridge university. She says that some of the world's most romantic cities are just a few hours train ride from Cambridge. With the exception of Paris, the cities she mention would involve extensive travel-time by train. See more »

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See "Sleepers" instead
23 January 2016 | by (New York, NY) – See all my reviews

As the penultimate episode of NUMB3RS, this was still a rather confusing episode of NUMB3RS as it dealt with more characters and plot twists than usual, but it was still remarkably similar to the 1996 film "Sleepers", about four young boys who were sexually abused, and who then take revenge on their abuser. Like the movie, one of the boys is an attorney as a grown up in the episode. And also like the movie, a couple of the abused boys are killed as grown men. The differences are that the boys didn't commit a crime and end up in the juvenile detention system; the abuse took place in their school, and there is only one abuser, a teacher who we are led to believe he was killed by the grown up boys, he's actually alive.


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