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Numb3rs
The Numb3rs logo
Intertitle
Genre Police procedural,
Thriller, Crime,
Drama
Created by Nicolas Falacci
Cheryl Heuton
Starring Rob Morrow
David Krumholtz
Judd Hirsch
Alimi Ballard
Dylan Bruno
Navi Rawat
Aya Sumika[1]
and Peter MacNicol
Country of origin United States
Language(s) English
No. of seasons 6
No. of episodes 118 (List of episodes)
Production
Producer(s) Ridley and Tony Scott
Location(s) Los Angeles, Pasadena
Running time 43 minutes
Broadcast
Original channel CBS
Picture format 480i (SDTV)
1080i (HDTV)
Original run January 23, 2005 (2005-01-23) – March 12, 2010 (2010-03-12)
Status Cancelled
External links
Official website
Numb3rs (pronounced /ˈnʌmbərz/ and labeled NUMB3RS) is an American television drama, which premiered on January 23, 2005, on CBS. The series was created by Nicolas Falacci and Cheryl Heuton, and follows FBI Special Agent Don Eppes (Rob Morrow) and his mathematical genius brother, Charlie Eppes (David Krumholtz), who helps Don solve crimes for the FBI. Numb3rs is produced by brothers Ridley and Tony Scott and its production company is Scott Free Productions and CBS Television Studios.
The show focuses equally on the relationships between Don Eppes, his brother Charlie Eppes and their father, Alan Eppes (Judd Hirsch), and on the brothers' efforts to fight crime, normally in Los Angeles. A typical episode begins with a crime, which is subsequently investigated by a team of FBI agents led by Don and mathematically described by Charlie, with the help of Larry Fleinhardt (Peter MacNicol) and Amita Ramanujan (Navi Rawat). The insights provided by Charlie's mathematics are always in some way crucial to solving the crime.
The series was the most popular show airing on Friday evenings throughout its first four seasons. It was renewed for a sixth season, which premiered September 25, 2009.[2]
On November 4, 2009, it was announced that the Numb3rs episode order had been cut from 22 to 16 episodes.[3] It's been noted that star Rob Morrow has joined the cast of the upcoming legal drama The Whole Truth for ABC, and that co-star David Krumholtz has also joined a new Fox series, so it is rumored that Season 6 is the show's final season. CBS has confirmed that the show is officially cancelled, and Miami Medical will take place in the timeslot that Numb3rs had.

Contents

Cast and characters

The show revolves around three groups of characters: the FBI, mathematicians at CalSci, and the Eppes family.
Temporary characters on the show are often named after famous mathematicians. For example, in episode eight of season two one of the criminals is named Rolle, and Charlie's father mentions a meeting with a man named Robert Peterson.

Episodes

Season 1

The first season run of the show aired between January 23, 2005, and May 13, 2005, at 10:00 p.m. on Fridays. It sees the start of the working relationship between Los Angeles' FBI department and Charlie Eppes. The main FBI agents are Charlie's brother, Don Eppes, and Terry Lake, as well as David Sinclair. Don and Charlie's father, Alan Eppes, provides emotional support for the pair, while Professor Larry Fleinhardt and doctoral student Amita Ramanujan provide mathematical support and insights to Charlie. Season One was a half-season, producing only 13 episodes. Sabrina Lloyd played Terry Lake, an agent in this season; she was later replaced by Diane Farr, who played Megan Reeves.

Season 2

The second season run of the show aired between September 23, 2005, and May 19, 2006, again at 10:00 p.m. on Fridays. Season Two sees several changes to Don's FBI team: Terry Lake is reassigned to Washington and two new members join Don and David Sinclair: Megan Reeves and Colby Granger. Charlie is challenged on one of his long-standing pieces of mathematical work and also starts work on a new theory, Cognitive Emergence Theory. Larry sells his home and lives a nomadic lifestyle, while he becomes romantically involved with Megan. Amita receives an offer for an assistant professor position at Harvard University, but is plagued by doubt as her relationship with Charlie is challenged and her career is in upheaval. Alan begins work and dating again, though he struggles with the loss of his wife, and both he and Charlie have a dream of her.

Season 3

Numb3rs was renewed for a third season,[4] which began airing in North America (specifically USA and Canada) at 10:00 p.m. on Friday September 22, 2006, and ended on May 18, 2007. Charlie and Amita intensify their relationship, as do Larry and Megan, especially after her kidnapping. Amita has troubles adjusting in her new role as a CalSci professor, and Larry announces his leave of absence—he will be on the space station for six months, which greatly distresses Charlie. Dr. Mildred Finch, the newly-appointed Chair of the CalSci Physics, Mathematics, and Astronomy Division, initially troubles Charlie and his colleagues, as Alan dates her. Meanwhile, Don dates Agent Liz Warner, questions his ethics and self-worth, and receives counseling. Charlie sees Don's therapist and the two understand one another more. Despite Don's concerns, Alan engages in some FBI consulting with his knowledge of engineering, and Larry returns from the space station, although disillusioned. The finale wraps up with a revelation that Colby was actually a double agent for the Chinese.
Noticeable changes from previous seasons include the removal of the opening credit sequence (credits are now done during the first segment of the show), the absence of Peter MacNicol's character for much of the season, and the absence of Diane Farr's character for a few episodes. Peter MacNicol appeared in the first eleven episodes before leaving for the television show 24, but returned to Numb3rs for the 21st episode of season 3. His character's absence was written into the show by having him become a payload specialist on the International Space Station. Diane Farr, pregnant for most of the season, left the show for maternity leave in episode 18, her character's absence explained as a special assignment to the Department of Justice.

Season 4

The season premiere aired on September 28, 2007, in the same Friday night time slot as in previous seasons, 10:00 p.m. Eastern Time.[5] Because of the writer's strike, only 12 episodes were initially produced. However, once the strike ended, CBS announced the show's return April 4, 2008, with six episodes.[6] The season ended on May 16, 2008.
As this season starts, Colby Granger escapes from jail, and is revealed to be a triple agent. He then rejoins the team. Don and Liz break up halfway through this season, after Liz has trouble with Don's trust issues. Amita's parents coming to visit is a secondary theme throughout most of the season. Because of her work at the D.O.J., Megan is conflicted with her work, and turns to Larry for help. Near the end of the season, Don's girlfriend from season 2, Robin Brooks, returns. Don and Robin then continue their relationship. Charlie goes through FBI training camp because he has been working with Don for several years, and wants to see what his brother does. In the season finale, Megan leaves the team to move back to D.C., and Charlie goes head-to-head with Don about a case. This causes Charlie to send information to scientists in Pakistan. He is subsequently arrested and has his security clearance revoked, so he can no longer help Don on cases. At the end of the episode, when Don drives away to another case, Charlie admits that giving up FBI work will be harder than he thinks.
Several characters from previous seasons did not return in season 4. These characters include Mildred Finch and Ian Edgerton (though Edgerton appears in Season 5).

Season 5

The fifth season premiered on October 3, 2008, and the season finale aired on May 15, 2009. The season premiere was moved back one week as a result of the presidential debates.[7]
Season five opens three weeks after "When Worlds Collide" (season four's season finale), with the government dropping the charges against Charlie. Charlie gets his security clearance back after he and Don fight FBI Security Officer Carl McGowan. Don begins to explore Judaism. The team adds new agent Nikki Betancourt, arriving shortly after Megan Reeves' departure. Liz receives a promotion but turns it down. Buck Winters (from "Spree" and "Two Daughters") breaks out of prison and comes after Don. Alan suddenly finds himself coaching CalSci's basketball team. David becomes Don's primary relief supervisor. DARPA tries to recruit Charlie, but he turns down their offer. Toward the end of the season, Don is stabbed, and Charlie blames himself for it. The aftermath of Don's stabbing causes Charlie to focus more on his FBI consultation work. Amita is kidnapped, and the team races to find her. After she is rescued, Charlie proposes to Amita. Her response is unknown.
Notes about Season Five: "Disturbed" marked the 100th episode of Numb3rs.[8]

Season 6

The sixth season premiered Friday September 25, 2009, at 10:00 p.m. EDT.[9] The season starts with the engagement of Charlie and Amita. Soon after, Larry turns down an opportunity to meet with mathematicians at CERN in Geneva and drops his course load for the following semester, leading Charlie to realize Larry is once again leaving, and leaving all of his work to Charlie. Don learns that his former mentor is crooked, causing Don angst when he had to shoot his mentor. Charlie and Don learn that Alan has lost a substantial amount of money in his 401(k). After some delay, Larry leaves LA, only to find a vacant piece of land for sale within driving distance of the city. Alan decides to return to work and finds a job as a software technical consultant. David asks Don for advice about career paths within the FBI. Charlie and Amita begin planning their wedding and decide to join the Big Brother/Big Sister program to practice parenting skills. They get married before their move to England to teach at the University of Cambridge. Don loses his gun, recovers it after it is used in some vigilante murders, and gets engaged.

DVD releases

CBS DVD (Distributed by Paramount Home Entertainment) has released the first four seasons of Numbe3rs on DVD in Region 1, 2 & 4. Season five was released encoded for Region 1 on October 20, 2009. [1][2]
Season # Release Dates Ep # Length Discs Region 1 Extras
US, Canada (R1) UK
(R2)
Australia (R4)
Season 1 May 30, 2006[10] October 2, 2006[11] October 5, 2006[12] 13[10] 544 min.[10] 4[10] Cast and crew commentaries for five episodes, "Crunching Numb3rs: Season 1," "Point of Origin: Inside the Unaired Pilot," "Do The Math: The Caltech Analysis," and "Charlievision: FX Sequences 1.0," blooper reels, and audition reels.[13]
Season 2 October 10, 2006[14] July 9, 2007[15] June 7, 2007[16] 24[14] 1037 min.[14] 6[14] Cast and crew commentaries for six episodes, "Crunching Numb3rs: Season Two," two "behind the scenes" videos (one with Nicholas Falacci, the other with David Krumholtz), and a blooper reel.[17]
Season 3 September 25, 2007[18] February 9, 2009[19] July 10, 2008[20] 24[18] 1029 min.[18] 6[18] Cast and crew commentaries for five episodes, "Crunching Numb3rs: Season 3," a mini-documentary of the Eppes house, a blooper reel, and a tour of the Eppes' house set.[21]
Season 4 September 30, 2008[22] July 13, 2009[23] July 2, 2009[24] 18[22] 767 min.[22] 5[22] "Crunching NUMB3RS: Trust Metric," featurettes for two episodes, "The Tony Touch", pre-production, and post production.[25]
Season 5 October 20, 2009[26] TBA TBA 23 983 mins.[27] 6[28] Cast and crew commentaries for three episodes, deleted scenes for "Thirty-Six Hours", "Crunching NUMB3RS: Season Five" featurette, "Celebrating 100" featurette, Blooper reel.[28]
Season 6 TBA TBA TBA 16 TBA ? TBA

Awards

Nicolas Falacci and Cheryl Heuton, the show's creators, have won several awards for the show, including the Carl Sagan Award for Public Understanding of Science in 2006,[29] and the National Science Board's Public Service Award in 2007.[30] Also, the show's stunt coordinator, Jim Vickers, was nominated for an Emmy Award for Outstanding Stunt Coordination in 2006 for episode 14 of Season 2, "Harvest".[31]

Representation of mathematics

We all use math every day; to predict weather, to tell time, to handle money. Math is more than formulas or equations; it's logic, it's rationality, it's using your mind to solve the biggest mysteries we know.
Several mathematicians work as consultants for each episode.[32][33][34] Actual mathematics is presented in the show; the equations on the chalkboards are mathematically valid, and are somewhat applicable to the situations presented in each show. This mathematical validity and applicability of the equations has been asserted by professional mathematicians.[32][35][36]
However "getting the math right and getting it to fit with the plot are not priorities for the NUMB3RS team" according to creator Cheryl Heuton.[37] An education program called We All Use Math Every Day provides educational resources based on the mathematics featured in episodes of the show. The program is run by Texas Instruments in association with the National Council of Teachers of Mathematics. The material is created by teachers and mathematicians, and is aimed at grades 9–12.[38]
A book entitled The Numbers Behind Numb3rs: Solving Crime with Mathematics (ISBN 0452288576; published August 28, 2007) has been written by Keith Devlin and Dr. Gary Lorden, a consultant to the show, explaining some of the mathematical techniques that have been used both in actual FBI cases and in other law enforcement departments.[39][40]
Since the premiere season, the blog[41] edited by Prof. Mark Bridger (Northeastern University) has explained the mathematics behind each episode of the show.
Wolfram Research (the maker of Mathematica) is the chief math consultant, reviewing scripts and providing background mathematics for the show. Starting with season four, their website in collaboration with CBS is entitled "The math behind NUMB3RS".[42]

Concerns from mathematicians

At least one mathematician consultant to the show has expressed concern with its use of mathematics, which is inserted after the script is written, to provide plausible sounding jargon, rather than having consultants involved at all stages of the story development.[37] Other criticisms include the show's portrayal of female mathematicians and inappropriate aspects of the relationship between Charlie Eppes and his graduate student Amita Ramanujan.[37]

Production

The idea of Numb3rs was generated in the late 1990s when Nick Falacci and Cheryl Heuton, the show's creators, attended a lecture given by Bill Nye, a popular science educator.[43] The premise of the show is similar to that of Colin Bruce's re-imagings of the Sherlock Holmes character,[44] and to the Mathnet segment on the children's television show Square One.
Gabriel Macht was originally cast to portray the character of Don Eppes. Also, the original concept for the show had the events take place at Massachusetts Institute of Technology;[45] this was later changed to the fictional California Institute of Science, commonly called CalSci. Scenes which take place at CalSci are filmed at California Institute of Technology (Caltech)[45] and the University of Southern California. One of the most frequent campus locations at Caltech is the vicinity of Millikan Library, including the bridge over Millikan Pond, the Trustees room, and the arcades of nearby buildings. At USC, locations include Doheny Library and the Town and Gown dining room. Exteriors for the FBI offices are on the distinctive bridge at Los Angeles Center Studios.[46]
Another common location is the Craftsman home of the Eppes family. The house shown in the first season is real; it is owned by David Raposa and Edward Trosper,[47] though a replica set was used from the second season onwards.[48]

American television ratings

Seasonal rankings (based on average total viewers per episode) of Numb3rs on CBS.[49]
Note: Each U.S. network television season starts in late September and ends in late May, which coincides with the completion of May sweeps.
Season Timeslot Season Premiere Season Finale Episodes TV Season Ranking Viewers
(in millions)
1st Friday 10:00 pm January 23, 2005 May 13, 2005 13 2004–2005 #36 10.77[50]
2nd Friday 10:00 pm September 23, 2005 May 19, 2006 24 2005–2006 #32 11.62[51]
3rd Friday 10:00 pm September 22, 2006 May 18, 2007 24 2006–2007 #38 10.5[52]
4th[52] Friday 10:00 pm September 28, 2007 May 16, 2008 18 2007–2008 #55 9.14[53]
5th Friday 10:00 pm October 3, 2008 May 15, 2009 23 2008–2009 #29 9.75[54]
6th Friday 10:00 pm September 25, 2009 March 12, 2010 16[3] 2009–2010

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Quotes

Up to date as of January 14, 2010

From Wikiquote

.Numb3rs is an American television show that follows FBI Special Agent Don Eppes and his mathematical genius brother, Charlie Eppes, who develops formulae to predict the actions of various criminals.^ Special agent Don Epps has some trouble following the math...

^ A typical episode begins with a crime, which is subsequently investigated by a team of FBI agents led by Don and mathematically described by Charlie, with the help of Larry Fleinhardt (Peter MacNicol) and Amita Ramanujan (Navi Rawat).

^ Numb3rs (pronounced /ˈnʌmbərz/) is an American television drama, which premiered on January 23, 2005, on CBS. The series was created by Nicolas Falacci and Cheryl Heuton, and follows FBI Special Agent Don Eppes (Rob Morrow) and his mathematical genius brother, Charlie Eppes (David Krumholtz), who helps Don solve crimes for the FBI. Numb3rs is produced by brothers Ridley and Tony Scott and its production company is Scott Free Productions and CBS Television Studios.

Contents

Season One

Pilot

.Charlie Eppes: Everything is numbers.^ Charlie Eppes : Everything is numbers.
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^ Charlie Eppes : Larry, is everything alright?
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^ Charlie Eppes : Numbers don’t lie.
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Dr. Larry Fleinhardt: Here's a discussion: Why is it we remember the past and not the future?
.Charlie Eppes: That's a tough one Larry.^ Charlie Eppes : Larry, have a minute?
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^ Charlie Eppes : Larry, is everything alright?
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^ Charlie Eppes : That's a tough one Larry.
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Amita Ramanujan: Actually, I’m spoken for, Mr. Eppes.
.Alan Eppes: Really?^ Alan Eppes : Really?
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.Amita Ramanujan: Back in Madras my parents arranged for marriage to a family friend.^ Amita Ramanujan : Back in Madras my parents arranged for marriage to a family friend.
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^ When I looked back, my intended kidnapping victim, a young boy, was running back to his parents.” .
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^ Amita Ramanujan : Too often I feel as though my work is really your work.
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Nice Hindu banker from Goa.
.Charlie Eppes: Really?^ Charlie Eppes : Really I'm not as familiar with that side of you.
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^ Charlie Eppes : Math is the real world, okay?
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^ Charlie Eppes : Really?
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Getting married?
.Amita Ramanujan: God, no.^ Amita Ramanujan : God, no.
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^ Amita Ramanujan : No.
  • Numb3rs - Wikiquote 12 January 2010 2:25 UTC en.wikiquote.org [Source type: Original source]

He’s a total ass.

.Charlie Eppes: Numbers don’t lie.^ Charlie Eppes : Everything is numbers.
  • Numb3rs - Wikiquote 12 January 2010 2:25 UTC en.wikiquote.org [Source type: Original source]

^ Charlie Eppes : Numbers don’t lie.
  • Numb3rs - Wikiquote 12 January 2010 2:25 UTC en.wikiquote.org [Source type: Original source]

^ Charlie Eppes : I don't even dream normally.
  • Numb3rs - Wikiquote 12 January 2010 2:25 UTC en.wikiquote.org [Source type: Original source]

Uncertainty Principle

[On P vs. NP]
Dr. Larry Fleinhardt: You know that it's considered unsolvable?
.Charlie Eppes: Well, certainly people who have failed to solve it think that.^ Charlie Eppes : Well, certainly people who have failed to solve it think that.
  • Numb3rs - Wikiquote 12 January 2010 2:25 UTC en.wikiquote.org [Source type: Original source]

^ Charlie Eppes : Are you thinking what I'm thinking?
  • Numb3rs - Wikiquote 12 January 2010 2:25 UTC en.wikiquote.org [Source type: Original source]

^ Charlie Eppes : What do you think we should do now?
  • Numb3rs - Wikiquote 12 January 2010 2:25 UTC en.wikiquote.org [Source type: Original source]


[Don and Charlie are arguing]
Dr. Larry Fleinhardt: I'm going to go contemplate the koi pond.

.Charlie Eppes: Please, understand, sometimes I can't choose what I work on.^ Charlie Eppes : Please, understand, sometimes I can't choose what I work on.
  • Numb3rs - Wikiquote 12 January 2010 2:25 UTC en.wikiquote.org [Source type: Original source]

^ Charlie Eppes : It's from someone who says she's a fan of my work.
  • Numb3rs - Wikiquote 12 January 2010 2:25 UTC en.wikiquote.org [Source type: Original source]

^ Charlie Eppes : Well, you never worked well with emotionally uncertainty!
  • Numb3rs - Wikiquote 12 January 2010 2:25 UTC en.wikiquote.org [Source type: Original source]

.I can't follow through on a line of thinking just because I want to, or, or because it's needed.^ I can't follow through on a line of thinking just because I want to, or, or because it's needed.
  • Numb3rs - Wikiquote 12 January 2010 2:25 UTC en.wikiquote.org [Source type: Original source]

^ Don Eppes : I think he just wants to be the cutest in bed.
  • Numb3rs - Wikiquote 12 January 2010 2:25 UTC en.wikiquote.org [Source type: Original source]

.I have to work on what's in my head.^ I have to work on what's in my head.
  • Numb3rs - Wikiquote 12 January 2010 2:25 UTC en.wikiquote.org [Source type: Original source]

.And right now, this is what's in my head.^ I just need more luck in my life right now as I am struggling with finances.
  • Chinese Numerology - Good or Bad number? | Best Feng Shui Site Free Info 10 January 2010 11:011 UTC messagenote.com [Source type: General]

^ Looking for staples on ebay right now to affix laser guidance systems to my kitten missiles .
  • Graham King » Credit card numbers 10 January 2010 11:011 UTC www.darkcoding.net [Source type: General]


Don Eppes: I guess I was inspired by Mr. Heisenberg, just like Charlie here suggested.
.Alan Eppes: Heisenberg?^ Alan Eppes : Heisenberg?
  • Numb3rs - Wikiquote 12 January 2010 2:25 UTC en.wikiquote.org [Source type: Original source]

What do you mean, the physicist?
.Don Eppes: Yeah.^ Don Eppes : Yeah, well Dad would be happy if I married someone with a pulse.
  • Numb3rs - Wikiquote 12 January 2010 2:25 UTC en.wikiquote.org [Source type: Original source]

^ Don Eppes : Yeah, well what if I called you "Nerd"?
  • Numb3rs - Wikiquote 12 January 2010 2:25 UTC en.wikiquote.org [Source type: Original source]

^ Don Eppes : Yeah.
  • Numb3rs - Wikiquote 12 January 2010 2:25 UTC en.wikiquote.org [Source type: Original source]

Alan Eppes: Oh. .Your brother goes into a dangerous confrontation, with heavily armed felons, and you prepare him with a lecture on the movement of subatomic particles.^ Your brother goes into a dangerous confrontation, with heavily armed felons, and you prepare him with a lecture on the movement of subatomic particles.
  • Numb3rs - Wikiquote 12 January 2010 2:25 UTC en.wikiquote.org [Source type: Original source]

^ No, you are not going into the promised land yourselves, but still "I am the LORD your God."
  • Today's Bible: NUMBERS Daily Commentary and Study Guide 10 January 2010 11:011 UTC www.biblereferenceguide.com [Source type: Original source]

^ Ethan Burdick : You’re here to talk your brother in the door, and in case you haven’t realized it, I don’t have time to waste.
  • Numb3rs - Wikiquote 12 January 2010 2:25 UTC en.wikiquote.org [Source type: Original source]

Vector

.Charlie Eppes: I’ve gone months without leaving the house.^ Charlie Eppes : I’ve gone months without leaving the house.
  • Numb3rs - Wikiquote 12 January 2010 2:25 UTC en.wikiquote.org [Source type: Original source]

^ Charlie Eppes : You know, I’ve been running some numbers from your minor league days.
  • Numb3rs - Wikiquote 12 January 2010 2:25 UTC en.wikiquote.org [Source type: Original source]

^ Charlie Eppes : You know, this isn't the first love letter I've ever received.
  • Numb3rs - Wikiquote 12 January 2010 2:25 UTC en.wikiquote.org [Source type: Original source]


.Charlie Eppes: How do you forgive yourself if you’re wrong?^ Charlie says to his nemesis Penfield, "Amita's a sharp mathematician, so no matter how hard you try, you're never gonna get her to believe this [holds fingers one inch apart] is six inches."
  • Dr. Andrew Nestler's Analysis of NUMB3RS 12 January 2010 2:25 UTC homepage.smc.edu [Source type: FILTERED WITH BAYES]

.Don Eppes: You don’t.^ Don Eppes : You don’t.
  • Numb3rs - Wikiquote 12 January 2010 2:25 UTC en.wikiquote.org [Source type: Original source]

^ Don Eppes : What’d you do, you opened it?
  • Numb3rs - Wikiquote 12 January 2010 2:25 UTC en.wikiquote.org [Source type: Original source]

^ Don Eppes : So what does your behavioral science training tell you about a grown man who still lives with his mother?
  • Numb3rs - Wikiquote 12 January 2010 2:25 UTC en.wikiquote.org [Source type: Original source]

We can’t be wrong.

.Charlie Eppes: Larry, have a minute?^ Charlie Eppes : Larry, have a minute?
  • Numb3rs - Wikiquote 12 January 2010 2:25 UTC en.wikiquote.org [Source type: Original source]

^ Charlie Eppes : Larry, is everything alright?
  • Numb3rs - Wikiquote 12 January 2010 2:25 UTC en.wikiquote.org [Source type: Original source]

^ Charlie Eppes : That's a tough one Larry.
  • Numb3rs - Wikiquote 12 January 2010 2:25 UTC en.wikiquote.org [Source type: Original source]

Dr. Larry Fleinhardt: Yes. .Because we all have exactly the same number of minutes at all times, do we not?^ Because we all have exactly the same number of minutes at all times, do we not?
  • Numb3rs - Wikiquote 12 January 2010 2:25 UTC en.wikiquote.org [Source type: Original source]

^ The number 24 is considered unlucky, because it sounds the same as “easily dying” and 2424 is a very bad number.
  • Chinese Numerology - Good or Bad number? | Best Feng Shui Site Free Info 10 January 2010 11:011 UTC messagenote.com [Source type: General]

^ E2E 15 = 11BB 21 , each using two digits the same number of times.
  • What's Special About This Number? 10 January 2010 11:011 UTC www.stetson.edu [Source type: Reference]


Dr. Larry Fleinhardt: Let me ask one thing. .When we met just now, was I coming or going in to the library?^ When we met just now, was I coming or going in to the library?
  • Numb3rs - Wikiquote 12 January 2010 2:25 UTC en.wikiquote.org [Source type: Original source]

^ Glen Says: May 23rd, 2009 at 9:22 am So, I decided to go back to the house in the evening just now… and it looked great.
  • Chinese Numerology - Good or Bad number? | Best Feng Shui Site Free Info 10 January 2010 11:011 UTC messagenote.com [Source type: General]

.Charlie Eppes: Larry, you were coming out.^ Charlie Eppes : Larry, have a minute?
  • Numb3rs - Wikiquote 12 January 2010 2:25 UTC en.wikiquote.org [Source type: Original source]

^ Charlie Eppes : [yells] Larry, you were coming out.
  • Numb3rs - Wikiquote 12 January 2010 2:25 UTC en.wikiquote.org [Source type: Original source]

^ Charlie Eppes : Are you thinking what I'm thinking?
  • Numb3rs - Wikiquote 12 January 2010 2:25 UTC en.wikiquote.org [Source type: Original source]

Dr. Larry Fleinhardt: [sighs] My memory is a memory. All right. [starts back inside]
Charlie Eppes: [yells] Larry, you were coming out.

.Don Eppes: I mean, I’m just trying to get my head around the fact that my little brother consulted on an NSA issue that went high enough up for you to call the Assistant Director by his first name.^ Don Eppes : You don’t.
  • Numb3rs - Wikiquote 12 January 2010 2:25 UTC en.wikiquote.org [Source type: Original source]

^ Hello, my name is Little Jimmy.
  • Graham King » Credit card numbers 10 January 2010 11:011 UTC www.darkcoding.net [Source type: General]

^ Hi, my name is little gummy!!!
  • Graham King » Credit card numbers 10 January 2010 11:011 UTC www.darkcoding.net [Source type: General]

Structural Corruption

Dr. Larry Fleinhardt: One student even said I’m out of touch in cutting-edge thinking in multi-dimensional theory. .That one alone kept me up at night.^ That one alone kept me up at night.
  • Numb3rs - Wikiquote 12 January 2010 2:25 UTC en.wikiquote.org [Source type: Original source]


.Charlie Eppes: I once had a girl in my combinatorics seminar tell me that I was disorganized and I talked too fast.^ Charlie Eppes : I once had a girl in my combinatorics seminar tell me that I was disorganized and I talked too fast.
  • Numb3rs - Wikiquote 12 January 2010 2:25 UTC en.wikiquote.org [Source type: Original source]

^ Charlie Eppes : It's from someone who says she's a fan of my work.
  • Numb3rs - Wikiquote 12 January 2010 2:25 UTC en.wikiquote.org [Source type: Original source]

^ Charlie Eppes : Forgive me if all my years in advanced applied mathematics take issues with that assessment.
  • Numb3rs - Wikiquote 12 January 2010 2:25 UTC en.wikiquote.org [Source type: Original source]

Dr. Larry Fleinhardt: That's an accurate observation, actually.

Don Eppes: Low-key and memorable aren’t mutually exclusive. .You know what my favorite date ever was?^ You know what my favorite date ever was?
  • Numb3rs - Wikiquote 12 January 2010 2:25 UTC en.wikiquote.org [Source type: Original source]

^ I know how you all feel, that is why I amputated my penis, my legs and the fat on my buttocks.
  • Graham King » Credit card numbers 10 January 2010 11:011 UTC www.darkcoding.net [Source type: General]

^ Patrick Says: August 9th, 2008 at 2:26 am I want to know what you think of my real home address: .
  • Chinese Numerology - Good or Bad number? | Best Feng Shui Site Free Info 10 January 2010 11:011 UTC messagenote.com [Source type: General]

Pepperoni pizza in a Laundromat.
.Alan Eppes: Yes.^ Alan Eppes : Yes.
  • Numb3rs - Wikiquote 12 January 2010 2:25 UTC en.wikiquote.org [Source type: Original source]

.Which explains the conspicuous absence of grandchildren.^ Which explains the conspicuous absence of grandchildren.
  • Numb3rs - Wikiquote 12 January 2010 2:25 UTC en.wikiquote.org [Source type: Original source]


.Security Guard: Excuse me?^ Security Guard : Excuse me?
  • Numb3rs - Wikiquote 12 January 2010 2:25 UTC en.wikiquote.org [Source type: Original source]

What are you doing?
Charlie Eppes: A simple experiment. It's a pendulum.
Security Guard: Sir, you and the pendulum need to leave.
.Charlie Eppes: Okay...^ Charlie Eppes : Math is the real world, okay?
  • Numb3rs - Wikiquote 12 January 2010 2:25 UTC en.wikiquote.org [Source type: Original source]

^ Charlie Eppes : Okay...
  • Numb3rs - Wikiquote 12 January 2010 2:25 UTC en.wikiquote.org [Source type: Original source]

It drew an ellipse.
.Security Guard: Now.^ Security Guard : Now.
  • Numb3rs - Wikiquote 12 January 2010 2:25 UTC en.wikiquote.org [Source type: Original source]


.Terry Lake: Some guys like women who can handcuff ‘em.^ Terry Lake : Some guys like women who can handcuff ‘em.
  • Numb3rs - Wikiquote 12 January 2010 2:25 UTC en.wikiquote.org [Source type: Original source]

^ It’s just that how often do women like that get involved with guys like us?
  • Numb3rs - Wikiquote 12 January 2010 2:25 UTC en.wikiquote.org [Source type: Original source]

^ Charlie: : I feel like I'm in some dream with the ghost Larry and I just want to wake up and talk to the real guy.
  • Numb3rs - Wikiquote 12 January 2010 2:25 UTC en.wikiquote.org [Source type: Original source]

.Don Eppes: Can’t blame ‘em for that.^ Don Eppes : Can’t blame ‘em for that.
  • Numb3rs - Wikiquote 12 January 2010 2:25 UTC en.wikiquote.org [Source type: Original source]


David Sinclair: Mr. Haybridge, please don’t make me follow you to your office and question you about fraud and possible murder in front of your clients.

Prime Suspect

.Ethan Burdick: You’re here to talk your brother in the door, and in case you haven’t realized it, I don’t have time to waste.^ These people think you’re Zeus, but with a long list of real credit card numbers that you email everyone.
  • Graham King » Credit card numbers 10 January 2010 11:011 UTC www.darkcoding.net [Source type: General]

^ If you have time and money, then go to your local store and find one of ceramic door numbers with a circle around the number.
  • Chinese Numerology - Good or Bad number? | Best Feng Shui Site Free Info 10 January 2010 11:011 UTC messagenote.com [Source type: General]

^ The number is not really balanced, but if you will balance energy in your house, then 403 will become lucky.
  • Chinese Numerology - Good or Bad number? | Best Feng Shui Site Free Info 10 January 2010 11:011 UTC messagenote.com [Source type: General]

.Charlie Eppes: Look, I think you’d be better off letting him do his job, because he’s actually pretty good at it.^ Which do you think is better?
  • Chinese Numerology - Good or Bad number? | Best Feng Shui Site Free Info 10 January 2010 11:011 UTC messagenote.com [Source type: General]

^ Charlie Eppes : What do you think we should do now?
  • Numb3rs - Wikiquote 12 January 2010 2:25 UTC en.wikiquote.org [Source type: Original source]

^ Do you think it good?
  • Chinese Numerology - Good or Bad number? | Best Feng Shui Site Free Info 10 January 2010 11:011 UTC messagenote.com [Source type: General]


.Charlie Eppes: What do you think we should do now?^ Charlie Eppes : What do you think we should do now?
  • Numb3rs - Wikiquote 12 January 2010 2:25 UTC en.wikiquote.org [Source type: Original source]

^ Charlie Eppes : Are you thinking what I'm thinking?
  • Numb3rs - Wikiquote 12 January 2010 2:25 UTC en.wikiquote.org [Source type: Original source]

^ Charlie Eppes : Larry, you were coming out.
  • Numb3rs - Wikiquote 12 January 2010 2:25 UTC en.wikiquote.org [Source type: Original source]

.Don Eppes: The same thing when I was in school and I didn’t know the answer – fake it.^ Don Eppes : The same thing when I was in school and I didn’t know the answer – fake it.
  • Numb3rs - Wikiquote 12 January 2010 2:25 UTC en.wikiquote.org [Source type: Original source]

^ (Larry and Charlie are in the tub fully clothed, conducting an experiment) Alan Eppes : No, I don't want to know what's going on.
  • Numb3rs - Wikiquote 12 January 2010 2:25 UTC en.wikiquote.org [Source type: Original source]

^ Don Eppes : Well, forgive me if all my years in high school detention say I'm right.
  • Numb3rs - Wikiquote 12 January 2010 2:25 UTC en.wikiquote.org [Source type: Original source]


Terry Lake: He’s showing us what he’s capable of.
.Don Eppes: Well, now it’s our turn.^ Don Eppes : Well, now it’s our turn.
  • Numb3rs - Wikiquote 12 January 2010 2:25 UTC en.wikiquote.org [Source type: Original source]

^ Don Eppes : Yeah, well Dad would be happy if I married someone with a pulse.
  • Numb3rs - Wikiquote 12 January 2010 2:25 UTC en.wikiquote.org [Source type: Original source]

^ Don Eppes : Yeah, well what if I called you "Nerd"?
  • Numb3rs - Wikiquote 12 January 2010 2:25 UTC en.wikiquote.org [Source type: Original source]


[Terry and David refused to leave Don and the guy with the bomb]
.Don Eppes: Guys, for following orders, not your best moment, but thank you.^ You guys can still send me your infos though thanks.
  • Graham King » Credit card numbers 10 January 2010 11:011 UTC www.darkcoding.net [Source type: General]

^ Thank you for your earlier suggestions.
  • Chinese Numerology - Good or Bad number? | Best Feng Shui Site Free Info 10 January 2010 11:011 UTC messagenote.com [Source type: General]

^ Thank you for your time.
  • Graham King » Credit card numbers 10 January 2010 11:011 UTC www.darkcoding.net [Source type: General]


.Terry Lake: No, I was a good student; I just couldn’t get into math.^ Terry Lake : No, I was a good student; I just couldn’t get into math.
  • Numb3rs - Wikiquote 12 January 2010 2:25 UTC en.wikiquote.org [Source type: Original source]

^ "No student should leave high school without thinking they are not good at math."
  • Dr. Andrew Nestler's Analysis of NUMB3RS 12 January 2010 2:25 UTC homepage.smc.edu [Source type: FILTERED WITH BAYES]

^ Charlie asks his former graduate student Amita out on a non-math date, with no mention made of their previous non-math date.
  • Dr. Andrew Nestler's Analysis of NUMB3RS 12 January 2010 2:25 UTC homepage.smc.edu [Source type: FILTERED WITH BAYES]

.I couldn’t see how it could relate to the real world.^ I couldn’t see how it could relate to the real world.
  • Numb3rs - Wikiquote 12 January 2010 2:25 UTC en.wikiquote.org [Source type: Original source]

.[Charlie sets his beer bottle down hard; David starts laughing] What?^ After I started laughing very hard, TNFL started getting very adamant about me giving her the number, as it was ONLY $2.95!!!
  • Graham King » Credit card numbers 10 January 2010 11:011 UTC www.darkcoding.net [Source type: General]

What did I say?
.David Sinclair: I think you’re about to find out.^ David Sinclair : I think you’re about to find out.
  • Numb3rs - Wikiquote 12 January 2010 2:25 UTC en.wikiquote.org [Source type: Original source]

^ David What're we gonna to do about it?
  • Numb3rs - Wikiquote 12 January 2010 2:25 UTC en.wikiquote.org [Source type: Original source]

^ David Sinclair : Mr. Haybridge, please don’t make me follow you to your office and question you about fraud and possible murder in front of your clients.
  • Numb3rs - Wikiquote 12 January 2010 2:25 UTC en.wikiquote.org [Source type: Original source]

.Don Eppes: Oh, you guys are on your own.^ Don Eppes : Oh, you guys are on your own.
  • Numb3rs - Wikiquote 12 January 2010 2:25 UTC en.wikiquote.org [Source type: Original source]

^ Don Eppes : You don’t.
  • Numb3rs - Wikiquote 12 January 2010 2:25 UTC en.wikiquote.org [Source type: Original source]

^ Don Eppes : What’d you do, you opened it?
  • Numb3rs - Wikiquote 12 January 2010 2:25 UTC en.wikiquote.org [Source type: Original source]

Good luck.
.Charlie Eppes: Math is the real world, okay?^ Charlie Eppes : Math is the real world, okay?
  • Numb3rs - Wikiquote 12 January 2010 2:25 UTC en.wikiquote.org [Source type: Original source]

^ Charlie Eppes : Really I'm not as familiar with that side of you.
  • Numb3rs - Wikiquote 12 January 2010 2:25 UTC en.wikiquote.org [Source type: Original source]

^ Charlie does almost all the math talking and talks to others including Megan and Don, and doesn't really even look at Amita.
  • Dr. Andrew Nestler's Analysis of NUMB3RS 12 January 2010 2:25 UTC homepage.smc.edu [Source type: FILTERED WITH BAYES]

It’s everywhere.

.Charlie Eppes: Math is nature’s language; its method of communicating directly with us.^ Charlie Eppes : Math is nature’s language; its method of communicating directly with us.
  • Numb3rs - Wikiquote 12 January 2010 2:25 UTC en.wikiquote.org [Source type: Original source]

^ Charlie Eppes : Why do they want pictures of us?
  • Numb3rs - Wikiquote 12 January 2010 2:25 UTC en.wikiquote.org [Source type: Original source]

^ Charlie Eppes : Math is the real world, okay?
  • Numb3rs - Wikiquote 12 January 2010 2:25 UTC en.wikiquote.org [Source type: Original source]

Everything is numbers.

.Alan Eppes: Just remember how Charlie is; can’t seem to quit a problem.^ Alan : You just remember how Charlie is.
  • Numb3rs - Wikiquote 12 January 2010 2:25 UTC en.wikiquote.org [Source type: Original source]

^ Alan Eppes : Just remember how Charlie is; can’t seem to quit a problem.
  • Numb3rs - Wikiquote 12 January 2010 2:25 UTC en.wikiquote.org [Source type: Original source]

^ Charlie Eppes : That's how we roll at CalSci.
  • Numb3rs - Wikiquote 12 January 2010 2:25 UTC en.wikiquote.org [Source type: Original source]

.He’s still working on the same one he’s had since grade school.^ He’s still working on the same one he’s had since grade school.
  • Numb3rs - Wikiquote 12 January 2010 2:25 UTC en.wikiquote.org [Source type: Original source]

Don Eppes: And what’s that?
.Alan Eppes: Trying to impress his big brother.^ Alan Eppes : Trying to impress his big brother.
  • Numb3rs - Wikiquote 12 January 2010 2:25 UTC en.wikiquote.org [Source type: Original source]

^ Alan : Trying to impress his big brother.
  • Numb3rs - Wikiquote 12 January 2010 2:25 UTC en.wikiquote.org [Source type: Original source]

Sabotage

Charlie: It's not a code. .It's a story told in numbers.^ It's a story told in numbers.
  • Numb3rs - Wikiquote 12 January 2010 2:25 UTC en.wikiquote.org [Source type: Original source]


.Charlie: I'm sorry, but does that ever work?^ Charlie : I'm sorry, but does that ever work?
  • Numb3rs - Wikiquote 12 January 2010 2:25 UTC en.wikiquote.org [Source type: Original source]

.Just coming out and being so...^ Just coming out and being so...
  • Numb3rs - Wikiquote 12 January 2010 2:25 UTC en.wikiquote.org [Source type: Original source]

obvious?
.Amita: Well, if it's the right guy, sure.^ Amita : Well, if it's the right guy, sure.
  • Numb3rs - Wikiquote 12 January 2010 2:25 UTC en.wikiquote.org [Source type: Original source]


Alan: Is that Amita sitting in the car out front?
Charlie: Yeah. .We just stopped by for a minute so I can check this text on encryption and codebreaking.^ At the 46-minute mark of the episode, Don says to Colby, "Why don't you just start checking into their backgrounds?"
  • Dr. Andrew Nestler's Analysis of NUMB3RS 12 January 2010 2:25 UTC homepage.smc.edu [Source type: FILTERED WITH BAYES]

.Alan: And you left Amita waiting in the car?^ Alan : And you left Amita waiting in the car?
  • Numb3rs - Wikiquote 12 January 2010 2:25 UTC en.wikiquote.org [Source type: Original source]

^ Alan : Is that Amita sitting in the car out front?
  • Numb3rs - Wikiquote 12 January 2010 2:25 UTC en.wikiquote.org [Source type: Original source]

No... no. .This is not the way we treat people, Charlie.^ This is not the way we treat people, Charlie.
  • Numb3rs - Wikiquote 12 January 2010 2:25 UTC en.wikiquote.org [Source type: Original source]

.You bring her inside, you at least offer her something to drink.^ You bring her inside, you at least offer her something to drink.
  • Numb3rs - Wikiquote 12 January 2010 2:25 UTC en.wikiquote.org [Source type: Original source]

.You know, like an adult.^ You know, like an adult.
  • Numb3rs - Wikiquote 12 January 2010 2:25 UTC en.wikiquote.org [Source type: Original source]

^ If you like this apartment and you feel comfortable there, then you know what to do;) it will bring luck if your intuition says that it’s a good room:) .
  • Chinese Numerology - Good or Bad number? | Best Feng Shui Site Free Info 10 January 2010 11:011 UTC messagenote.com [Source type: General]

^ I would like to know what it means too if you would be that nice .
  • Chinese Numerology - Good or Bad number? | Best Feng Shui Site Free Info 10 January 2010 11:011 UTC messagenote.com [Source type: General]

.Charlie: We just stopped by for a second.^ Charlie : We just stopped by for a second.
  • Numb3rs - Wikiquote 12 January 2010 2:25 UTC en.wikiquote.org [Source type: Original source]

Alan: You came in 15 minutes ago, Charlie.

Dr. Larry Fleinhardt: I’m avoiding Laurel Wilson.
.Amita Ramanujan: The professor of philosophy of science?^ Amita Ramanujan : The professor of philosophy of science?
  • Numb3rs - Wikiquote 12 January 2010 2:25 UTC en.wikiquote.org [Source type: Original source]

.Charlie Eppes: She’s the lady you go hiking with?^ Charlie Eppes : Are you thinking what I'm thinking?
  • Numb3rs - Wikiquote 12 January 2010 2:25 UTC en.wikiquote.org [Source type: Original source]

^ Charlie Eppes : She’s the lady you go hiking with?
  • Numb3rs - Wikiquote 12 January 2010 2:25 UTC en.wikiquote.org [Source type: Original source]

^ Charlie Eppes : What is going on between you two?
  • Numb3rs - Wikiquote 12 January 2010 2:25 UTC en.wikiquote.org [Source type: Original source]

Dr. Larry Fleinhardt: For years we’ve enjoyed this…I don’t know…delightful wilderness-based friendship, entirely platonic. But last night, she and I just veered… we veered off into the carnal.
.Amita Ramanujan: I’m taking it didn’t go well.^ Amita Ramanujan : I’m taking it didn’t go well.
  • Numb3rs - Wikiquote 12 January 2010 2:25 UTC en.wikiquote.org [Source type: Original source]

^ Amita Ramanujan : (takes a bite of a cookie) Needs bigger chips.
  • Numb3rs - Wikiquote 12 January 2010 2:25 UTC en.wikiquote.org [Source type: Original source]

^ Amita Ramanujan : So, Larry, what are you going to do with all of your stuff?
  • Numb3rs - Wikiquote 12 January 2010 2:25 UTC en.wikiquote.org [Source type: Original source]

Dr. Larry Fleinhardt: Actually it was incredible. It was primal. .I mean in the animal, not the numerical, sense.^ I mean in the animal, not the numerical, sense.
  • Numb3rs - Wikiquote 12 January 2010 2:25 UTC en.wikiquote.org [Source type: Original source]

.But what I’m saying, this was a perfect event, and, as such, untwinnable.^ But what I’m saying, this was a perfect event, and, as such, untwinnable.
  • Numb3rs - Wikiquote 12 January 2010 2:25 UTC en.wikiquote.org [Source type: Original source]

.Amita Ramanujan: So, because the sex was great, the odds are against it ever being great again.^ Amita Ramanujan : So, because the sex was great, the odds are against it ever being great again.
  • Numb3rs - Wikiquote 12 January 2010 2:25 UTC en.wikiquote.org [Source type: Original source]

Dr. Larry Fleinhardt: The replication defies the laws of probability.
Amita Ramanujan: [dryly] So, why try?
Dr. Larry Fleinhardt: [missing the sarcasm] Yes, yes. That’s why I'm here. .I mean, it’s the perfect refuge.^ I mean, it’s the perfect refuge.
  • Numb3rs - Wikiquote 12 January 2010 2:25 UTC en.wikiquote.org [Source type: Original source]

^ Charlie Eppes : What do you mean, "the perfect refuge?"
  • Numb3rs - Wikiquote 12 January 2010 2:25 UTC en.wikiquote.org [Source type: Original source]

.Charlie Eppes: What do you mean, "the perfect refuge?"^ Charlie Eppes : Are you thinking what I'm thinking?
  • Numb3rs - Wikiquote 12 January 2010 2:25 UTC en.wikiquote.org [Source type: Original source]

^ Charlie Eppes : What do you mean, "the perfect refuge?"
  • Numb3rs - Wikiquote 12 January 2010 2:25 UTC en.wikiquote.org [Source type: Original source]

^ Charlie Eppes : Larry, you were coming out.
  • Numb3rs - Wikiquote 12 January 2010 2:25 UTC en.wikiquote.org [Source type: Original source]

Dr. Larry Fleinhardt: Well, the math department must be the least libidinous place on campus.

.Alan: Well, it seems like your new math consultant is working out nicely.^ Alan : Well, it seems like your new math consultant is working out nicely.
  • Numb3rs - Wikiquote 12 January 2010 2:25 UTC en.wikiquote.org [Source type: Original source]

^ Alan : Well maybe not, but I would suggest that people quickly taking a ride out of town in an easterly direction might be of help right now.
  • Numb3rs - Wikiquote 12 January 2010 2:25 UTC en.wikiquote.org [Source type: Original source]

^ "Math consultants work with NUMB3RS throughout the production to ensure the accuracy of the mathematics used to analyze and solve crimes."
  • Dr. Andrew Nestler's Analysis of NUMB3RS 12 January 2010 2:25 UTC homepage.smc.edu [Source type: FILTERED WITH BAYES]

.Don: I gotta tell you dad, I can’t think of anyone who could have helped us the way Charlie did in this investigation.^ Don: : Do you think I need help?
  • Numb3rs - Wikiquote 12 January 2010 2:25 UTC en.wikiquote.org [Source type: Original source]

^ Charlie Eppes : Are you thinking what I'm thinking?
  • Numb3rs - Wikiquote 12 January 2010 2:25 UTC en.wikiquote.org [Source type: Original source]

^ Charlie : I never thought you did.
  • Numb3rs - Wikiquote 12 January 2010 2:25 UTC en.wikiquote.org [Source type: Original source]

.Alan: You just remember how Charlie is.^ Alan : You just remember how Charlie is.
  • Numb3rs - Wikiquote 12 January 2010 2:25 UTC en.wikiquote.org [Source type: Original source]

^ Alan Eppes : Just remember how Charlie is; can’t seem to quit a problem.
  • Numb3rs - Wikiquote 12 January 2010 2:25 UTC en.wikiquote.org [Source type: Original source]

^ Charlie Eppes : How long have you been considering that?
  • Numb3rs - Wikiquote 12 January 2010 2:25 UTC en.wikiquote.org [Source type: Original source]

.Can’t seem to quit a problem.^ Can’t seem to quit a problem.
  • Numb3rs - Wikiquote 12 January 2010 2:25 UTC en.wikiquote.org [Source type: Original source]

^ Alan Eppes : Just remember how Charlie is; can’t seem to quit a problem.
  • Numb3rs - Wikiquote 12 January 2010 2:25 UTC en.wikiquote.org [Source type: Original source]

.He’s still working on the same one he’s had since grade school.^ He’s still working on the same one he’s had since grade school.
  • Numb3rs - Wikiquote 12 January 2010 2:25 UTC en.wikiquote.org [Source type: Original source]

Don: And what’s that?
.Alan: Trying to impress his big brother.^ Alan Eppes : Trying to impress his big brother.
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^ Alan : Trying to impress his big brother.
  • Numb3rs - Wikiquote 12 January 2010 2:25 UTC en.wikiquote.org [Source type: Original source]


.Don: I want you to know I don’t take for granted what you do.^ Don : I want you to know I don’t take for granted what you do.
  • Numb3rs - Wikiquote 12 January 2010 2:25 UTC en.wikiquote.org [Source type: Original source]

^ I wanted to know your take on 319?
  • Chinese Numerology - Good or Bad number? | Best Feng Shui Site Free Info 10 January 2010 11:011 UTC messagenote.com [Source type: General]

^ The meaning is “easy more”, so it means that you can choose what do you want more:) Don’t need to worry!
  • Chinese Numerology - Good or Bad number? | Best Feng Shui Site Free Info 10 January 2010 11:011 UTC messagenote.com [Source type: General]

.Charlie: I never thought you did.^ Charlie : Well, you and mom never thought about...
  • Numb3rs - Wikiquote 12 January 2010 2:25 UTC en.wikiquote.org [Source type: Original source]

^ Charlie : I never thought you did.
  • Numb3rs - Wikiquote 12 January 2010 2:25 UTC en.wikiquote.org [Source type: Original source]

^ Charlie: : Since when did you become my conscious?
  • Numb3rs - Wikiquote 12 January 2010 2:25 UTC en.wikiquote.org [Source type: Original source]

Counterfeit Reality

.Don Eppes: A guy drops 70 bucks in a dive bar, he’s either buying rounds for the house or else he’s wasted off his ass; either way, he’s gonna stand out.^ Don Eppes : A guy drops 70 bucks in a dive bar, he’s either buying rounds for the house or else he’s wasted off his ass; either way, he’s gonna stand out.
  • Numb3rs - Wikiquote 12 January 2010 2:25 UTC en.wikiquote.org [Source type: Original source]

^ [Terry and David refused to leave Don and the guy with the bomb] Don Eppes : Guys, for following orders, not your best moment, but thank you.
  • Numb3rs - Wikiquote 12 January 2010 2:25 UTC en.wikiquote.org [Source type: Original source]

^ Colby : Right, cause if I'm still standing I'm gonna shoot you and I don't miss.
  • Numb3rs - Wikiquote 12 January 2010 2:25 UTC en.wikiquote.org [Source type: Original source]


.Don Eppes: What’d you do, you opened it?^ Don Eppes : You don’t.
  • Numb3rs - Wikiquote 12 January 2010 2:25 UTC en.wikiquote.org [Source type: Original source]

^ Don Eppes : What’d you do, you opened it?
  • Numb3rs - Wikiquote 12 January 2010 2:25 UTC en.wikiquote.org [Source type: Original source]

^ Don Eppes : So what does your behavioral science training tell you about a grown man who still lives with his mother?
  • Numb3rs - Wikiquote 12 January 2010 2:25 UTC en.wikiquote.org [Source type: Original source]

What is with you, man? .Even when we were kids you were always going through my stuff.^ Even when we were kids you were always going through my stuff.
  • Numb3rs - Wikiquote 12 January 2010 2:25 UTC en.wikiquote.org [Source type: Original source]

^ First Time, I am going buy Two Wheeler for me, My DOB ” 11-07-1981″ Could you please..
  • Chinese Numerology - Good or Bad number? | Best Feng Shui Site Free Info 10 January 2010 11:011 UTC messagenote.com [Source type: General]

^ Amita Ramanujan : So, Larry, what are you going to do with all of your stuff?
  • Numb3rs - Wikiquote 12 January 2010 2:25 UTC en.wikiquote.org [Source type: Original source]

.Charlie Eppes: You always had cool stuff.^ Charlie Eppes : Are you thinking what I'm thinking?
  • Numb3rs - Wikiquote 12 January 2010 2:25 UTC en.wikiquote.org [Source type: Original source]

^ Charlie Eppes : You always had cool stuff.
  • Numb3rs - Wikiquote 12 January 2010 2:25 UTC en.wikiquote.org [Source type: Original source]

^ Charlie Eppes : How long have you been considering that?
  • Numb3rs - Wikiquote 12 January 2010 2:25 UTC en.wikiquote.org [Source type: Original source]

Identity Crisis

Dr. Larry Fleinhardt: Oh, I see we’re off on yet another exciting area of criminology.

.Charlie Eppes: It’s like the evidence proves him right and wrong at the same time.^ Charlie Eppes : It’s like the evidence proves him right and wrong at the same time.
  • Numb3rs - Wikiquote 12 January 2010 2:25 UTC en.wikiquote.org [Source type: Original source]

^ Charlie Eppes : If you call me Chuck one more time...
  • Numb3rs - Wikiquote 12 January 2010 2:25 UTC en.wikiquote.org [Source type: Original source]

^ Don Eppes : I guess I was inspired by Mr. Heisenberg, just like Charlie here suggested.
  • Numb3rs - Wikiquote 12 January 2010 2:25 UTC en.wikiquote.org [Source type: Original source]

Dr. Larry Fleinhardt: Oh, yeah, the old paradox of Schrödinger’s cat.
.Alan Eppes: Is that that Persian that keeps hiding out in our garage?^ Alan Eppes : Is that that Persian that keeps hiding out in our garage?
  • Numb3rs - Wikiquote 12 January 2010 2:25 UTC en.wikiquote.org [Source type: Original source]

Charlie Eppes: Uh-huh, it’s an intellectual exercise.
.Alan Eppes: I knew that.^ Alan Eppes : I knew that.
  • Numb3rs - Wikiquote 12 January 2010 2:25 UTC en.wikiquote.org [Source type: Original source]


.Charlie Eppes: You know, I’ve been running some numbers from your minor league days.^ Charlie Eppes : Everything is numbers.
  • Numb3rs - Wikiquote 12 January 2010 2:25 UTC en.wikiquote.org [Source type: Original source]

^ Charlie Eppes : Are you thinking what I'm thinking?
  • Numb3rs - Wikiquote 12 January 2010 2:25 UTC en.wikiquote.org [Source type: Original source]

^ Charlie Eppes : You know, I’ve been running some numbers from your minor league days.
  • Numb3rs - Wikiquote 12 January 2010 2:25 UTC en.wikiquote.org [Source type: Original source]

.I wanted to see which ones were the best pitches for you to go after.^ I wanted to see which ones were the best pitches for you to go after.
  • Numb3rs - Wikiquote 12 January 2010 2:25 UTC en.wikiquote.org [Source type: Original source]

^ Charlie Eppes : Hey, Amita, do you remember that we were going to do that one thing earlier?
  • Numb3rs - Wikiquote 12 January 2010 2:25 UTC en.wikiquote.org [Source type: Original source]

^ Bradford: : You talk a lot about your work, but I want to go a little further.
  • Numb3rs - Wikiquote 12 January 2010 2:25 UTC en.wikiquote.org [Source type: Original source]

.Don Eppes: Charlie, I don’t like to think about it too much, all right?^ Charlie Eppes : Hey, hey, don't get all Fleinhardt on me.
  • Numb3rs - Wikiquote 12 January 2010 2:25 UTC en.wikiquote.org [Source type: Original source]

^ Don Eppes : Charlie, I don’t like to think about it too much, all right?
  • Numb3rs - Wikiquote 12 January 2010 2:25 UTC en.wikiquote.org [Source type: Original source]

^ Charlie Eppes : Are you thinking what I'm thinking?
  • Numb3rs - Wikiquote 12 January 2010 2:25 UTC en.wikiquote.org [Source type: Original source]

.Charlie Eppes: Why not?^ Charlie Eppes : Why do they want pictures of us?
  • Numb3rs - Wikiquote 12 January 2010 2:25 UTC en.wikiquote.org [Source type: Original source]

^ Charlie Eppes : Why not?
  • Numb3rs - Wikiquote 12 January 2010 2:25 UTC en.wikiquote.org [Source type: Original source]

If you can analyze your performance, you can improve it, Don.
.Don Eppes: Some things are about how it feels.^ Don Eppes : Some things are about how it feels.
  • Numb3rs - Wikiquote 12 January 2010 2:25 UTC en.wikiquote.org [Source type: Original source]

^ Don Eppes : So what does your behavioral science training tell you about a grown man who still lives with his mother?
  • Numb3rs - Wikiquote 12 January 2010 2:25 UTC en.wikiquote.org [Source type: Original source]

^ Don Eppes : Charlie, I don’t like to think about it too much, all right?
  • Numb3rs - Wikiquote 12 January 2010 2:25 UTC en.wikiquote.org [Source type: Original source]

Sniper Zero

Dr. Larry Fleinhardt: Children are wormholes. .They're portals into the unreachable future and unattainable past.^ They're portals into the unreachable future and unattainable past.
  • Numb3rs - Wikiquote 12 January 2010 2:25 UTC en.wikiquote.org [Source type: Original source]

^ Colby Granger : (to David Sinclair as they walk into a Chinese strip club) We're the only white people in here.
  • Numb3rs - Wikiquote 12 January 2010 2:25 UTC en.wikiquote.org [Source type: Original source]


Dr. Larry Fleinhardt: Evaluating my immediate prospects for a conventional nuclear family I've just now begun to consider adoption.
.Charlie Eppes: How long have you been considering that?^ Charlie Eppes : How long have you been considering that?
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^ Charlie Eppes : That's how we roll at CalSci.
  • Numb3rs - Wikiquote 12 January 2010 2:25 UTC en.wikiquote.org [Source type: Original source]

^ Charlie Eppes : Are you thinking what I'm thinking?
  • Numb3rs - Wikiquote 12 January 2010 2:25 UTC en.wikiquote.org [Source type: Original source]

Dr. Larry Fleinhardt: Three days.
.Charlie Eppes: Give it a few more days.^ Charlie Eppes : Give it a few more days.
  • Numb3rs - Wikiquote 12 January 2010 2:25 UTC en.wikiquote.org [Source type: Original source]

^ Charlie Eppes : If you call me Chuck one more time...
  • Numb3rs - Wikiquote 12 January 2010 2:25 UTC en.wikiquote.org [Source type: Original source]

^ Charlie Eppes : You know, I’ve been running some numbers from your minor league days.
  • Numb3rs - Wikiquote 12 January 2010 2:25 UTC en.wikiquote.org [Source type: Original source]

Dirty Bomb

.Don: What, you didn't think I'd have a back-up plan?^ Don: : Do you think I need help?
  • Numb3rs - Wikiquote 12 January 2010 2:25 UTC en.wikiquote.org [Source type: Original source]

^ You don't wanna ask how I moved up one spot.
  • Numb3rs - Wikiquote 12 January 2010 2:25 UTC en.wikiquote.org [Source type: Original source]

^ Don : What, you didn't think I'd have a back-up plan?
  • Numb3rs - Wikiquote 12 January 2010 2:25 UTC en.wikiquote.org [Source type: Original source]


.Charlie: In the first place, uh, we-we’re not even sure that there, that there is a bomb, so....^ Charlie: : You're rocketing into space Larry, there's no downside in packing a lucky shirt.
  • Numb3rs - Wikiquote 12 January 2010 2:25 UTC en.wikiquote.org [Source type: Original source]

^ Charlie : In the first place, uh, we-we’re not even sure that there, that there is a bomb, so....
  • Numb3rs - Wikiquote 12 January 2010 2:25 UTC en.wikiquote.org [Source type: Original source]

^ [E, U, NC] The "Harmonizing Means" worksheet says, "Charlie determines that the equations were designed to pick the second place horse, but not the first place horse.
  • Dr. Andrew Nestler's Analysis of NUMB3RS 12 January 2010 2:25 UTC homepage.smc.edu [Source type: FILTERED WITH BAYES]

Alan: Bomb?
.Charlie: Well, we don’t know where it’s gonna go off.^ Charlie : Well, we don’t know where it’s gonna go off.
  • Numb3rs - Wikiquote 12 January 2010 2:25 UTC en.wikiquote.org [Source type: Original source]

^ Don: : Well, you know Charlie, right?
  • Numb3rs - Wikiquote 12 January 2010 2:25 UTC en.wikiquote.org [Source type: Original source]

^ [Don and Charlie are arguing] Dr. Larry Fleinhardt : I'm going to go contemplate the koi pond.
  • Numb3rs - Wikiquote 12 January 2010 2:25 UTC en.wikiquote.org [Source type: Original source]

.Alan: Well maybe not, but I would suggest that people quickly taking a ride out of town in an easterly direction might be of help right now.^ Alan : Well maybe not, but I would suggest that people quickly taking a ride out of town in an easterly direction might be of help right now.
  • Numb3rs - Wikiquote 12 January 2010 2:25 UTC en.wikiquote.org [Source type: Original source]

^ Alan : Well, it seems like your new math consultant is working out nicely.
  • Numb3rs - Wikiquote 12 January 2010 2:25 UTC en.wikiquote.org [Source type: Original source]

^ Since that number might be taken already by some other competitor, would you be able to suggest two or three 2-digits more so I can decide on which one?
  • Chinese Numerology - Good or Bad number? | Best Feng Shui Site Free Info 10 January 2010 11:011 UTC messagenote.com [Source type: General]

.Larry: Well, possibly not with these current wind conditions.^ Larry : Well, possibly not with these current wind conditions.
  • Numb3rs - Wikiquote 12 January 2010 2:25 UTC en.wikiquote.org [Source type: Original source]


.Don: Look, what you hear stays in this room.^ Don : Look, what you hear stays in this room.
  • Numb3rs - Wikiquote 12 January 2010 2:25 UTC en.wikiquote.org [Source type: Original source]

.Larry: Oh, yeah, yeah, yeah.^ Larry : Oh, yeah, yeah, yeah.
  • Numb3rs - Wikiquote 12 January 2010 2:25 UTC en.wikiquote.org [Source type: Original source]

^ Larry Fleinhardt : Oh, yeah, the old paradox of Schrödinger’s cat.
  • Numb3rs - Wikiquote 12 January 2010 2:25 UTC en.wikiquote.org [Source type: Original source]

.Don: A truck carrying three casks of this stuff was hijacked this morning.^ Don : A truck carrying three casks of this stuff was hijacked this morning.
  • Numb3rs - Wikiquote 12 January 2010 2:25 UTC en.wikiquote.org [Source type: Original source]

.Larry: Oh, that’s not optimal.^ Larry : Oh, that’s not optimal.
  • Numb3rs - Wikiquote 12 January 2010 2:25 UTC en.wikiquote.org [Source type: Original source]


Houser: We’re fairly confident that hasn’t happened yet.
.Don: You’re fairly confident?^ Don : You’re fairly confident?
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^ Don : Glad to see you’re taking my advice and having some fun.
  • Numb3rs - Wikiquote 12 January 2010 2:25 UTC en.wikiquote.org [Source type: Original source]

^ Ethan Burdick : You’re here to talk your brother in the door, and in case you haven’t realized it, I don’t have time to waste.
  • Numb3rs - Wikiquote 12 January 2010 2:25 UTC en.wikiquote.org [Source type: Original source]


.Alan: Listen, Charlie, if you've got one failing it's only that you don't think like a criminal...^ Don: : Do you think I need help?
  • Numb3rs - Wikiquote 12 January 2010 2:25 UTC en.wikiquote.org [Source type: Original source]

^ Charlie : Don, you have a big ego.
  • Numb3rs - Wikiquote 12 January 2010 2:25 UTC en.wikiquote.org [Source type: Original source]

^ Alan : Listen, Charlie, if you've got one failing it's only that you don't think like a criminal...
  • Numb3rs - Wikiquote 12 January 2010 2:25 UTC en.wikiquote.org [Source type: Original source]

.'Course what does that say about me?^ Patrick Says: May 28th, 2008 at 7:01 am What does anyone think about my address: it’s 838, apt.
  • Chinese Numerology - Good or Bad number? | Best Feng Shui Site Free Info 10 January 2010 11:011 UTC messagenote.com [Source type: General]

Sacrifice

.Alan: I heard that, uh, Don was leaning towards the wife.^ Alan : I heard that, uh, Don was leaning towards the wife.
  • Numb3rs - Wikiquote 12 January 2010 2:25 UTC en.wikiquote.org [Source type: Original source]

Charlie: That's right.
.Alan: Seems to be the first place they look nowadays.^ Alan : Seems to be the first place they look nowadays.
  • Numb3rs - Wikiquote 12 January 2010 2:25 UTC en.wikiquote.org [Source type: Original source]

^ Kamal , first of all chose the house that has good surrounding (nature, neighbours, peace, comfort) Numbers are the last step to look at when chosing the place to live.
  • Chinese Numerology - Good or Bad number? | Best Feng Shui Site Free Info 10 January 2010 11:011 UTC messagenote.com [Source type: General]

.Charlie: I don't understand.^ Charlie : I don't understand.
  • Numb3rs - Wikiquote 12 January 2010 2:25 UTC en.wikiquote.org [Source type: Original source]

.I mean, if you hate the person you're married to that much, get divorced.^ I mean, if you hate the person you're married to that much, get divorced.
  • Numb3rs - Wikiquote 12 January 2010 2:25 UTC en.wikiquote.org [Source type: Original source]

Alan: Even the thought of divorce holds its own special horrors, let me tell you.
.Charlie: Well, you and mom never thought about...^ Charlie : Well, you and mom never thought about...
  • Numb3rs - Wikiquote 12 January 2010 2:25 UTC en.wikiquote.org [Source type: Original source]

^ Charlie Eppes : Well, you never worked well with emotionally uncertainty!
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^ Charlie : I never thought you did.
  • Numb3rs - Wikiquote 12 January 2010 2:25 UTC en.wikiquote.org [Source type: Original source]

.I mean, I was never witness to any kind of...^ I mean, I was never witness to any kind of...
  • Numb3rs - Wikiquote 12 January 2010 2:25 UTC en.wikiquote.org [Source type: Original source]

.Alan: That's exactly the way we wanted it.^ Alan : That's exactly the way we wanted it.
  • Numb3rs - Wikiquote 12 January 2010 2:25 UTC en.wikiquote.org [Source type: Original source]

^ Alan : Charlie sees math as beautiful and he wants everyone else to love it the way he does.
  • Numb3rs - Wikiquote 12 January 2010 2:25 UTC en.wikiquote.org [Source type: Original source]

Noisy Edge

.Don: Hey, Charlie.^ Charlie Eppes : Hey, hey, don't get all Fleinhardt on me.
  • Numb3rs - Wikiquote 12 January 2010 2:25 UTC en.wikiquote.org [Source type: Original source]

^ Don Eppes : Hey, get your vogue on, Charlie.
  • Numb3rs - Wikiquote 12 January 2010 2:25 UTC en.wikiquote.org [Source type: Original source]

^ Don : Hey, Charlie.
  • Numb3rs - Wikiquote 12 January 2010 2:25 UTC en.wikiquote.org [Source type: Original source]

Charlie: Hey.
Don: What’s up?
.Charlie: Just grading tests for my non-linear dynamics class.^ Charlie : Just grading tests for my non-linear dynamics class.
  • Numb3rs - Wikiquote 12 January 2010 2:25 UTC en.wikiquote.org [Source type: Original source]

.Don: Glad to see you’re taking my advice and having some fun.^ Don : Glad to see you’re taking my advice and having some fun.
  • Numb3rs - Wikiquote 12 January 2010 2:25 UTC en.wikiquote.org [Source type: Original source]

^ Don : You’re fairly confident?
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^ Girl : Will you take a picture of me and my friends?
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Man Hunt

.Cooper: We spent two weeks in a cemetery once, waiting for this guy to show up at his wife’s grave.^ Cooper : We spent two weeks in a cemetery once, waiting for this guy to show up at his wife’s grave.
  • Numb3rs - Wikiquote 12 January 2010 2:25 UTC en.wikiquote.org [Source type: Original source]

Grabbed him as he was putting a dozen roses on her headstone.
.David: She died while he was in prison, huh?^ David : She died while he was in prison, huh?
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.Cooper: Just before he went.^ Cooper : Just before he went.
  • Numb3rs - Wikiquote 12 January 2010 2:25 UTC en.wikiquote.org [Source type: Original source]

He's the one that killed her.

.Charlie: Coincidences are a mathematical reality.^ Charlie : Coincidences are a mathematical reality.
  • Numb3rs - Wikiquote 12 January 2010 2:25 UTC en.wikiquote.org [Source type: Original source]

^ In this episode Charlie says, "Coincidence is, after all, an absolutely valid mathematical occurrence," which is utter nonsense.
  • Dr. Andrew Nestler's Analysis of NUMB3RS 12 January 2010 2:25 UTC homepage.smc.edu [Source type: FILTERED WITH BAYES]

^ In this episode Charlie declares, "It's mathematically improbable that these deaths are coincidence."
  • Dr. Andrew Nestler's Analysis of NUMB3RS 12 January 2010 2:25 UTC homepage.smc.edu [Source type: FILTERED WITH BAYES]

.Statistically unlikely events can and often do occur.^ Statistically unlikely events can and often do occur.
  • Numb3rs - Wikiquote 12 January 2010 2:25 UTC en.wikiquote.org [Source type: Original source]

.Just look at the genesis of our planet.^ Just look at the genesis of our planet.
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.Larry: Well now, I agree that the factors that brought about life on earth were statistically unlikely, but given the vastness of the cosmos, the limitless possibilities for matter and energy...^ Larry : Well now, I agree that the factors that brought about life on earth were statistically unlikely, but given the vastness of the cosmos, the limitless possibilities for matter and energy...
  • Numb3rs - Wikiquote 12 January 2010 2:25 UTC en.wikiquote.org [Source type: Original source]

^ Larry: : Well, it's only six months, though I will be traveling two hundred and fifty miles above the earth at eighteen thousand miles an hour.
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^ Larry: : Beauty and fragility of life on earth, it takes my breath away.
  • Numb3rs - Wikiquote 12 January 2010 2:25 UTC en.wikiquote.org [Source type: Original source]

I'm with Einstein on this. There are no accidents.

Season Two

Judgment Call

(Talking about a girl with intreast in Don)
.Larry: You know that term "dark matter" has always perplexed me.^ And by the way, we have our new house being built… do you know any site where i can find some cure if some of the parts of our house is not lucky in terms of feng shui?
  • Chinese Numerology - Good or Bad number? | Best Feng Shui Site Free Info 10 January 2010 11:011 UTC messagenote.com [Source type: General]

.It fallaciously implies that the 95% of our universe that cannot be observed is some amorphous, event less, emptiness.^ It fallaciously implies that the 95% of our universe that cannot be observed is some amorphous, event less, emptiness.
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Amita: I'm sorry?
.Larry: I guess it's all too human.^ Larry : I guess it's all too human.
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.Instead of admitting to the present limits of our knowledge we just declare things to be unknowable.^ Instead of admitting to the present limits of our knowledge we just declare things to be unknowable.
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.Charlie: We all use math every day: to predict weather, to tell time, to handle money.^ Charlie : We all use math every day: to predict weather, to tell time, to handle money.
  • Numb3rs - Wikiquote 12 January 2010 2:25 UTC en.wikiquote.org [Source type: Original source]

^ "[Charlie] uses math that I made up.
  • Dr. Andrew Nestler's Analysis of NUMB3RS 12 January 2010 2:25 UTC homepage.smc.edu [Source type: FILTERED WITH BAYES]

^ [E] The "Risky Business" worksheet says, Millie enters the room and asks for an explanation of Charlie and Amita's use of the school's computer time.
  • Dr. Andrew Nestler's Analysis of NUMB3RS 12 January 2010 2:25 UTC homepage.smc.edu [Source type: FILTERED WITH BAYES]

.Math is more than formulas or equations; it’s logic, it’s rationality, it’s using your mind to solve the biggest mysteries we know.^ Math is not used to solve the crime.
  • Dr. Andrew Nestler's Analysis of NUMB3RS 12 January 2010 2:25 UTC homepage.smc.edu [Source type: FILTERED WITH BAYES]

^ Math is more than formulas or equations; it’s logic, it’s rationality, it’s using your mind to solve the biggest mysteries we know.
  • Numb3rs - Wikiquote 12 January 2010 2:25 UTC en.wikiquote.org [Source type: Original source]

^ This application of least squares regression to baseball statistics is not related to math used to solve a crime in this episode.
  • Dr. Andrew Nestler's Analysis of NUMB3RS 12 January 2010 2:25 UTC homepage.smc.edu [Source type: FILTERED WITH BAYES]

Bettor or Worse

.Don: Until we find dead bodies, this is still a search and rescue.^ Don : Until we find dead bodies, this is still a search and rescue.
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.Larry Fleinhardt: [challenging Charlie to a game of air hockey] My physics versus your geometry.^ Larry Fleinhardt: [ challenging Charlie to a game of air hockey ] My physics versus your geometry.
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^ Larry Fleinhardt : [sighs] My memory is a memory.
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^ Larry Fleinhardt : Evaluating my immediate prospects for a conventional nuclear family I've just now begun to consider adoption.
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Obsession

Charlie Eppes: Why do they want pictures of us?
.Don Eppes: (yells) He's a famous mathematician!^ Don Eppes : (yells) He's a famous mathematician!
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.Charlie Eppes: Don't do that.^ Charlie Eppes : (slaps Larry's hand) Don't touch it.
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^ Charlie Eppes : I don't even dream normally.
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^ Don Eppes : I guess I was inspired by Mr. Heisenberg, just like Charlie here suggested.
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.Don Eppes: Hey, get your vogue on, Charlie.^ Charlie Eppes : Hey, hey, don't get all Fleinhardt on me.
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^ Charlie Eppes : Numbers don’t lie.
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^ Don Eppes : Hey, get your vogue on, Charlie.
  • Numb3rs - Wikiquote 12 January 2010 2:25 UTC en.wikiquote.org [Source type: Original source]


.Charlie Eppes: It's from someone who says she's a fan of my work.^ Charlie Eppes : It's from someone who says she's a fan of my work.
  • Numb3rs - Wikiquote 12 January 2010 2:25 UTC en.wikiquote.org [Source type: Original source]

^ In fact in the episode Charlie says, "Think of someone's stride like the Moon orbiting around the Earth.
  • Dr. Andrew Nestler's Analysis of NUMB3RS 12 January 2010 2:25 UTC homepage.smc.edu [Source type: FILTERED WITH BAYES]

^ Don Eppes : Well, forgive me if all my years in high school detention say I'm right.
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.She's also a fan of my...hair.^ She's also a fan of my...hair.
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.Charlie Eppes: You know, this isn't the first love letter I've ever received.^ Charlie Eppes : Are you thinking what I'm thinking?
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^ Charlie Eppes : You know, this isn't the first love letter I've ever received.
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^ Charlie Eppes : You know exactly what I'm talking about!
  • Numb3rs - Wikiquote 12 January 2010 2:25 UTC en.wikiquote.org [Source type: Original source]

.When I published my first article in the American Journal of Mathematics I was invited to spend the weekend at a bed and breakfast in Santa Barbara.^ When I published my first article in the American Journal of Mathematics I was invited to spend the weekend at a bed and breakfast in Santa Barbara.
  • Numb3rs - Wikiquote 12 January 2010 2:25 UTC en.wikiquote.org [Source type: Original source]

Dr. Larry Fleinhardt: Did you go?
.Charlie Eppes: Ah, I was fourteen.^ Charlie Eppes : Ah, I was fourteen.
  • Numb3rs - Wikiquote 12 January 2010 2:25 UTC en.wikiquote.org [Source type: Original source]

.My mother had to break the news to a very embarassed female professor at Berkeley.^ My mother had to break the news to a very embarassed female professor at Berkeley.
  • Numb3rs - Wikiquote 12 January 2010 2:25 UTC en.wikiquote.org [Source type: Original source]

^ I need a valid credit card number you see, as my foster mother wants to sell me for a new toaster.
  • Graham King » Credit card numbers 10 January 2010 11:011 UTC www.darkcoding.net [Source type: General]

Calculated Risk

.Colby: It's a white-collar fraud case.^ Colby : It's a white-collar fraud case.
  • Numb3rs - Wikiquote 12 January 2010 2:25 UTC en.wikiquote.org [Source type: Original source]

Nobody expected Martha Stewart to go down in a hail of bullets.

.Don: (to bodyguards) I'm assuming you all have permits for those bulges in your jackets?^ Don : (to bodyguards) I'm assuming you all have permits for those bulges in your jackets?
  • Numb3rs - Wikiquote 12 January 2010 2:25 UTC en.wikiquote.org [Source type: Original source]

^ David Sinclair : Mr. Haybridge, please don’t make me follow you to your office and question you about fraud and possible murder in front of your clients.
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^ (Referring to Brutus test subject) CIA Agent : (to Don) Yes, and your country thanks you.
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Alan: (to Don) My hope for grandchildren has been rekindled!

Assassin

.Colby Granger: You assulted a federal agent with a deadly weapon.^ Colby Granger : You assulted a federal agent with a deadly weapon.
  • Numb3rs - Wikiquote 12 January 2010 2:25 UTC en.wikiquote.org [Source type: Original source]

^ Colby Granger : (after David Sinclair was shot) He says to tell you he wants back ASAP, and that, no, I can't have his desk.
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^ Colby Granger : You know what this place kinda reminds me of?
  • Numb3rs - Wikiquote 12 January 2010 2:25 UTC en.wikiquote.org [Source type: Original source]

Henry Korfelt: It was a Volkswagen.

.Don Eppes: So what does your behavioral science training tell you about a grown man who still lives with his mother?^ Don Eppes : So what does your behavioral science training tell you about a grown man who still lives with his mother?
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^ Don Eppes : Oh, you guys are on your own.
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^ Don Eppes : You don’t.
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.Megan Reeves: About as much as two brothers still mooching meals at their dad's house three nights a week.^ Megan Reeves : About as much as two brothers still mooching meals at their dad's house three nights a week.
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.Charlie Eppes: Hey, hey, don't get all Fleinhardt on me.^ Charlie does almost all the math talking and talks to others including Megan and Don, and doesn't really even look at Amita.
  • Dr. Andrew Nestler's Analysis of NUMB3RS 12 January 2010 2:25 UTC homepage.smc.edu [Source type: FILTERED WITH BAYES]

^ (Executive Producer Ridley Scott on the main characters of FBI Agent Don Eppes and his brother Charlie, "Crunching Numb3rs - Sea5on One" DVD featurette) .
  • Dr. Andrew Nestler's Analysis of NUMB3RS 12 January 2010 2:25 UTC homepage.smc.edu [Source type: FILTERED WITH BAYES]

^ The "Circling Around" worksheet says, "Charlie and Don Eppes discuss Inequality Bounding as a method of trying to locate a suspect."
  • Dr. Andrew Nestler's Analysis of NUMB3RS 12 January 2010 2:25 UTC homepage.smc.edu [Source type: FILTERED WITH BAYES]

.It's just the Physics Department Paper Airplane contest.^ It's just the Physics Department Paper Airplane contest.
  • Numb3rs - Wikiquote 12 January 2010 2:25 UTC en.wikiquote.org [Source type: Original source]

Dr. Larry Fleinhardt: Fleinhardt? .Since when did my last name become a predicate adjective?^ So they named me Dyseck (Die-sick) Defroig (my father’s last name).
  • Graham King » Credit card numbers 10 January 2010 11:011 UTC www.darkcoding.net [Source type: General]

.Charlie Eppes: Since your students started using it that way.^ Charlie Eppes : Since your students started using it that way.
  • Numb3rs - Wikiquote 12 January 2010 2:25 UTC en.wikiquote.org [Source type: Original source]

^ Don Eppes : Hey, get your vogue on, Charlie.
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^ Amita : I think it's Charlie's way of saying that your family is whoever you want to eat waffles with.
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.Don Eppes: Who made this?^ Don Eppes : Who made this?
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^ Don Eppes : So what does your behavioral science training tell you about a grown man who still lives with his mother?
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^ Megan: : I don't think they've made the person yet who doesn't.
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Charlie Eppes: Me. Why?
.Don Eppes: Well, the wings are a bit thin.^ Don Eppes : Well, the wings are a bit thin.
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^ Don Eppes : Yeah, well Dad would be happy if I married someone with a pulse.
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^ Don Eppes : Well, now it’s our turn.
  • Numb3rs - Wikiquote 12 January 2010 2:25 UTC en.wikiquote.org [Source type: Original source]

Dr. Larry Fleinhardt: Hey, wait, wait, let me see this.
Charlie Eppes: Forgive me if all my years in advanced applied mathematics take issues with that assessment.
.Don Eppes: Well, forgive me if all my years in high school detention say I'm right.^ Then when all is well i will use the card to solve the problem of world hunger by buying all the donuts and rice and distribute it personally on my elephant around the world.
  • Graham King » Credit card numbers 10 January 2010 11:011 UTC www.darkcoding.net [Source type: General]

^ I don’t need a credit card as I am so rich I can screw my way all around.
  • Graham King » Credit card numbers 10 January 2010 11:011 UTC www.darkcoding.net [Source type: General]

^ Says: July 27th, 2009 at 4:17 pm hi, just recently changed all my phone numbers and am wondering how they are?
  • Chinese Numerology - Good or Bad number? | Best Feng Shui Site Free Info 10 January 2010 11:011 UTC messagenote.com [Source type: General]

Soft Target

Megan Reeves: (holding up a coffeebox used as a bioterrorism weapon) I love these. .They make great lattes.^ Not sure what the REST of you are using these numbers for, but they make great fodder for phishers.
  • Graham King » Credit card numbers 10 January 2010 11:011 UTC www.darkcoding.net [Source type: General]


.Charlie Eppes: Dad would be so happy if we married a doctor.^ Don Eppes : Yeah, well Dad would be happy if I married someone with a pulse.
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^ Charlie Eppes : Dad got shot.
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^ Charlie Eppes : Dad would be so happy if we married a doctor.
  • Numb3rs - Wikiquote 12 January 2010 2:25 UTC en.wikiquote.org [Source type: Original source]

.Don Eppes: Yeah, well Dad would be happy if I married someone with a pulse.^ Don Eppes : Yeah, well Dad would be happy if I married someone with a pulse.
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^ Don Eppes : Yeah, well what if I called you "Nerd"?
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^ Charlie Eppes : Dad would be so happy if we married a doctor.
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Convergence

.Charlie: The only keg party I ever threw [in college], he stole the keg.^ Charlie : The only keg party I ever threw [in college], he stole the keg.
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.Larry: You know, Don, you and I are very alike.^ Larry Fleinhardt : Oh, I don't know.
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^ Larry : You know, Don, you and I are very alike.
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^ Larry Fleinhardt : For years we’ve enjoyed this…I don’t know…delightful wilderness-based friendship, entirely platonic.
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.We are both focused on large possibly unattainable goals.^ We are both focused on large possibly unattainable goals.
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.Me trying to explain the workings of the universe...^ Me trying to explain the workings of the universe...
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Don: And what am I doing? .Trying to take all those unworkable workings and put them in jail.^ Trying to take all those unworkable workings and put them in jail.
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^ I need money to pay my lawyer because after I uses those cc, the police came to my home, killed all my family and took me to jail.
  • Graham King » Credit card numbers 10 January 2010 11:011 UTC www.darkcoding.net [Source type: General]

.Yeah good luck to both of us.^ Yeah good luck to both of us.
  • Numb3rs - Wikiquote 12 January 2010 2:25 UTC en.wikiquote.org [Source type: Original source]

^ But if you have a great view, then it’s terrific!:) 1924(unity, future luck, easy and more) and 2905 (easy future luck) Both a good:) .
  • Chinese Numerology - Good or Bad number? | Best Feng Shui Site Free Info 10 January 2010 11:011 UTC messagenote.com [Source type: General]


Larry: Wisdom and genius: rarely present in equal abundance.

In Plain Sight

Don: What's the deal? There are more people here in the middle of the night than at ten in the morning. It's like the FBI.

Larry: Curiosity. .Not good for cats, great for scientists.^ Not good for cats, great for scientists.
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.Charlie: I need the fastest way to the computer lab.^ Charlie : I need the fastest way to the computer lab.
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.Larry: I know a shortcut through Metallurgy.^ Larry : I know a shortcut through Metallurgy.
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Toxin

.Charlie Eppes: Is that the kind of stuff you talk about with Megan at lunch?^ You and Megan went out to lunch?
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^ Charlie Eppes : Are you thinking what I'm thinking?
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^ Charlie Eppes : You know exactly what I'm talking about!
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.Don Eppes: Wait, hold on.^ Don Eppes : Wait, hold on.
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You and Megan went out to lunch?
.Alan Eppes: Please tell me you ordered something other than white food.^ Alan Eppes : Please tell me that the food will be a color other than white.
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^ Somethings are required to have them in order for what you are trying to do.
  • Graham King » Credit card numbers 10 January 2010 11:011 UTC www.darkcoding.net [Source type: General]

^ Alan Eppes : Please tell me you ordered something other than white food.
  • Numb3rs - Wikiquote 12 January 2010 2:25 UTC en.wikiquote.org [Source type: Original source]

Dr. Larry Fleinhardt: This was a meal shared by two inquisitive minds in an intellectual pursuit.
Charlie Eppes: Of course it was, like all of your lunches with David. Oh, and with Colby.
Dr. Larry Fleinhardt: A gamma ray burst will release more energy in ten seconds than the sun will ever emit in its ten billion year lifespan.
Don Eppes: I got it, what's the Hulk's real name?
.Charlie Eppes: Um, Bruce Banner.^ Charlie Eppes : Um, Bruce Banner.
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.Don Eppes: That's right.^ Don Eppes : Charlie, I don’t like to think about it too much, all right?
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^ Don Eppes : That's right.
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^ Don Eppes : Well, forgive me if all my years in high school detention say I'm right.
  • Numb3rs - Wikiquote 12 January 2010 2:25 UTC en.wikiquote.org [Source type: Original source]

Didn't gamma rays turn him into the Hulk?
Dr. Larry Fleinhardt: (ignoring them) They come from the farthest ends of the universe, and after 45 years, we're still uncertain of their origin.
Alan Eppes: And?
Dr. Larry Fleinhardt: And we're closer to an answer on that than the three of you will ever get on this.
(Larry leaves) Charlie Eppes Megan... Don Eppes: ...and Larry Alan Eppes: Now there's a picture

(Refering to Ian Edgerton)
Colby: They say that guy's the bastard son of Clint Eastwood and Yoda.

Bones of Contention

Alan Eppes: Please tell me that the food will be a color other than white.

Larry Fleinhardt: My predilection to white food is not pathological...

.Amita Ramanujan: So, Larry, what are you going to do with all of your stuff?^ I am sure that you are not going to starting all over again.
  • Chinese Numerology - Good or Bad number? | Best Feng Shui Site Free Info 10 January 2010 11:011 UTC messagenote.com [Source type: General]

^ Denise , if you notice this number all the time, it might be your lucky number that helps you everywhere.
  • Chinese Numerology - Good or Bad number? | Best Feng Shui Site Free Info 10 January 2010 11:011 UTC messagenote.com [Source type: General]

^ First I want to thank you for taking your time to answer all our questions.
  • Chinese Numerology - Good or Bad number? | Best Feng Shui Site Free Info 10 January 2010 11:011 UTC messagenote.com [Source type: General]

Dr. Larry Fleinhardt: Oh, I don't know. .Hey, you can take home your dinnerware if you want.^ I wanted to know your take on 319?
  • Chinese Numerology - Good or Bad number? | Best Feng Shui Site Free Info 10 January 2010 11:011 UTC messagenote.com [Source type: General]

^ First I want to thank you for taking your time to answer all our questions.
  • Chinese Numerology - Good or Bad number? | Best Feng Shui Site Free Info 10 January 2010 11:011 UTC messagenote.com [Source type: General]

^ Patrick Says: August 9th, 2008 at 2:26 am I want to know what you think of my real home address: .
  • Chinese Numerology - Good or Bad number? | Best Feng Shui Site Free Info 10 January 2010 11:011 UTC messagenote.com [Source type: General]


Charlie Eppes: There's a symmetry to my chaos.

Scorched

(Larry and Charlie are in the tub fully clothed, conducting an experiment)
.Alan Eppes: No, I don't want to know what's going on.^ This is no joke, really want to know.
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^ (Larry and Charlie are in the tub fully clothed, conducting an experiment) Alan Eppes : No, I don't want to know what's going on.
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^ Charlie : Well, we don’t know where it’s gonna go off.
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Alan Eppes: I still have to take a shower.
(Larry holds up the hose)
.Alan Eppes: No.^ (Larry holds up the hose) Alan Eppes : No.
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^ (Larry and Charlie are in the tub fully clothed, conducting an experiment) Alan Eppes : No, I don't want to know what's going on.
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The O.G.

.Don Eppes: It's okay.^ Don Eppes : It's okay.
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He's a mathematician. .He speaks his own language.^ He speaks his own language.
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Double Down

Alan Eppes: You're ruining the game for the schmucks who play it to enjoy.
Dr. Larry Fleinhardt: Yeah, well those are the schmucks who should stick to slot machines.

Harvest

Dr. Larry Fleinhardt: (at sea, doing experiments) I'm going to go search for some dramamine.

The Running Man

Dr. Larry Fleinhardt: (after realizing where a thief would strike) Not my LIGO lab!

Protest

Don: Commie!
Alan: G-Man!

Mind Games

.Charlie Eppes: What flavor of crazy Kool-Aid do they make you drink before you join the physics department?^ Not sure what the REST of you are using these numbers for, but they make great fodder for phishers.
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Victor Borrego: You-you think I had something to do with this? Are you kidding?
Colby Granger: No, I got a whole 'nother kidding face.

Dr. Larry Fleinhardt: We can only see the universe through the limited prism of our senses.

Charlie Eppes: Alright, let's all sit down around a Ouija board and try to solve P vs. NP once and for all.

All's Fair

Dr. Larry Fleinhardt: Nine! Nine! Nine!
Alan Eppes: Back off, Rain man.

Dr. Larry Fleinhardt: (running through the CalSci campus in swimming trunks) Eureka! It's Archimedes all over again!

Alan Eppes: What is wrong with you? Amita is beautiful, this girl's a stunner; what do you need?
.Don Eppes: I think he just wants to be the cutest in bed.^ And we think that some numbers are very bad and we don’t have the reason why we think so, just know that it was always “bad”, but don’t know why.
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Dark Matter

.Charlie Eppes: Hey, Amita, do you remember that we were going to do that one thing earlier?^ If you have time and money, then go to your local store and find one of ceramic door numbers with a circle around the number.
  • Chinese Numerology - Good or Bad number? | Best Feng Shui Site Free Info 10 January 2010 11:011 UTC messagenote.com [Source type: General]

Amita: What thing?
Charlie Eppes: That thing you said we needed to do. Let's go do it.
(Charlie and Amita leave)
Megan Reeves: What was that?
Dr. Larry Fleinhardt: Merely a very crude attempt at lending privacy.

Guns and Roses

Don: Charlie, look. If I'm gonna rule her death a homicide, I need more than skating metaphors.

Rampage

Don: I'm cool until everything quiets down. Then it's like my head is a bad neighborhood to be in.

David: What's the first thing a New Yorker notices about L.A.?
Megan: No good pizza.
David: Okay, what's the second thing?

Charlie: We're gonna need the surveillance footage and some tripods, a laser pointer...and we're gonna need string.
Don: String?
Charlie: Lots of string.

Charlie: I realize the only thing I'm really afraid of is being afraid again.

Koketsu Sensei: Where'd you study?
Megan: I teach Krav Maga at the Y.

David What're we gonna to do about it?
Colby: I guess that depends on how many beers we've got left in that bag.

Backscatter

Amita Ramanujan: Oh, by the way...Larry called, from his string theory conference. He was confused about something.
Charlie Eppes: What, his--his double special relativity theory?
Amita Ramanujan: No. Whether he was in St. Louis or Cleveland.
Charlie Eppes: *sighs* He's so geographically challenged. Where is his conference?
Amita Ramanujan: Minneapolis.

Colby Granger:(after David Sinclair was shot) He says to tell you he wants back ASAP, and that, no, I can't have his desk.

Walker:I tried something a little unorthodox. I consulted a mathematician.

.Charlie Eppes: If you call me Chuck one more time...^ If you have time and money, then go to your local store and find one of ceramic door numbers with a circle around the number.
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^ Since that number might be taken already by some other competitor, would you be able to suggest two or three 2-digits more so I can decide on which one?
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Don Eppes: What if I called you "Chuckie"?
Charlie Eppes: What if I called you "Donald"?
Don Eppes: Yeah, well what if I called you "Nerd"?

Undercurrents

Amita Ramanujan: Too often I feel as though my work is really your work.
Colby Granger: (to David Sinclair as they walk into a Chinese strip club) We're the only white people in here.
David Sinclair: Yes...(looks at Granger) We are.

Hot Shot

Charlie Eppes: Dad got shot. During a hold up at a grocery store. It was pretty...upsetting.
Don Eppes: Yeah, I bet.
Charlie Eppes: And Mom made pancakes.
Don Eppes: Pancakes?
Charlie Eppes: I don't even dream normally.

Season Three

Spree

Megan:: Well, I didn't run away from home at 16, but I didn't walk either. .And unlike Crystal, I can live with all of my decisions.^ I just hope all of you could live the way I’m living, my 2 bitches in the bathroom are waiting, hold up.
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Does that make you uncomfortable?
Larry:: (Shaking his head)Look. I'm a man who lives in hotel rooms, and sleeps on couches.
(pauses)
Larry:: Does that make you uncomfortable?
Megan:: Noooo, I find it oddly attractive.
.Larry:: You constantly put me in mind of the M57 Nebula, with these endless layers upon layers of complexities.^ These are well useful to feed into the endless stream of PayPal, eBay and other phishing scam emails that you receive these days.
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^ With this in mind, do you have any code that I could use to overload these assholes with bogus data?
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.Megan:: You know, I don't think I will ever get tired of being compared to the M57 Nebula.^ And we think that some numbers are very bad and we don’t have the reason why we think so, just know that it was always “bad”, but don’t know why.
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^ How could you hurt an innocent humanbeing that you don’t even know?
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^ And by the way, we have our new house being built… do you know any site where i can find some cure if some of the parts of our house is not lucky in terms of feng shui?
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Two Daughters

Larry:: I should shut up, shouldn't I?
Megan :: No-o, you should kiss me now.

Colby:: You kiddin' me? Fleinhardt and Megan?
.David:: Yeah man, for about uh, a few weeks now.^ I delete about a hundred every few weeks, and publish only the best.
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Colby:: So everybody knows?
David:: Everybody knows now.
Colby:: Can't believe she didn't tell me.

Provenance

David:: You speak French?
Don:: There was a girl, once upon a time.

The Mole

Charlie Eppes: I'm using differential equations to perfect the chocolate chip cookie.
Amita Ramanujan: (takes a bite of a cookie) Needs bigger chips.

Traffic

Dr. Larry Fleinhardt: (on highway attacks not being random) What about meteors?
Charlie Eppes: No, Larry. Not even the FBI can stop meteors.
Dr. Larry Fleinhardt: Well, not yet, maybe...but...

Megan Reeves: Seven random freeway attacks and not one of them fits the profile of a random freeway attack?
[...] I mean, is it possible for something to be too random to be random?

Charlie Eppes: Larry, is everything alright?
Dr. Larry Fleinhardt: Everything? Well, I'm not sure that I can account for the state of all matter, but...
Charlie Eppes: You know exactly what I'm talking about! Stop trying to Fleinhardt your way around answering me!

Longshot

.Don Eppes: You decided that maybe you were too old to be making out in the backseat of a car?^ You so much..i just can’t decide on my own that’s why i’m asking you to help me out please,..
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^ Or do you know of anyone with a site that can do this for the decent, hard-working folks out here who don’t mind working hard for a living?
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Dr. Larry Fleinhardt: Also...car...no backseat.

Dr. Larry Fleinhardt: Actually I may have before me a problem that cannot be drummed away.
[...]
Charlie Eppes: Megan?
Dr. Larry Fleinhardt: She's... she's exiting and she's beautiful and this thing that is between us, it's beginning to affect my work!
Charlie Eppes: What is going on between you two?
Dr. Larry Fleinhardt: (stresses every single word) I have not the slightest idea!
.Charlie Eppes: Well, you never worked well with emotionally uncertainty!^ You tell the bitch at the counter “but I never authorized THAT”, and she says “well there’s not much I can do” .
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Dr. Larry Fleinhardt: You think, that's it? You think, that a emotional uncertainty lies at the heart of all this?
.Charlie Eppes: Really I'm not as familiar with that side of you.^ What if you like the inside and out side of your house but it is not facing one of your good directions..We just saw a house that we really liked but our concerns are the following: 1.
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Dr. Larry Fleinhardt: (sighs) No... nor it seems am I.

Blackout

(Larry and Charlie are arguing)
Dr. Larry Fleinhardt: Tighten it.
Charlie Eppes: (slaps Larry's hand) Don't touch it.
Larry: Hey. Play nice.

Don Eppes: Don't go all Isaac Newton on me.
Charlie Eppes: Sir Isaac Newton.

Hardball

Megan Reeves: Twenty minutes ago I was on the couch, watching Blazing Saddles in my pajamas. This better be good.
Charlie Eppes: Oh, this is better than good.
Dr. Larry Fleinhardt: Your red cowgirl PJs?
Megan Reeves: *grins* Mmm-hmm.
Dr. Larry Fleinhardt: Oh... *stares into space, apparently contemplating the scene*

.Colby Granger: You know what this place kinda reminds me of?^ And you can feel good by knowing that this fish’s mother and father will be very proud seeing their son perform in all places all over the world.
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David Sinclair: Let me guess, Blade Runner.
Colby Granger: Yeah, exactly. I think Ridley Scott knew what the future was going to look like.

Oswald Kittner: I get shot at and you guys respond to it by doing math?
Charlie Eppes: That's how we roll at CalSci.

Oswald Kittner: Are the numbers supposed to glowing at some point?
Dr. Larry Fleinhardt: I have noticed that some expressions have a certain shimmering quality to them.

Waste Not

Dr. Larry Fleinhardt: Change is inevitable and those who adapt most quickly are the most likely to survive.

Brutus

Dr. Larry Fleinhardt: Were I in a less ebullient frame of mind, I might very well just bop you in the nose.

Dr. Larry Fleinhardt: I believe that's my copy of the Quarterly Review of Cosmology?
Charlie Eppes: Yeah, it is ...
Dr. Larry Fleinhardt: Why are we engaged in combat over it?

Charlie Eppes: Are you thinking what I'm thinking?
Colby Granger: No.

.Charlie Eppes: No one likes to hear I told you so.^ You see your comment, but no-one else does until I approve it.
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^ What if you like the inside and out side of your house but it is not facing one of your good directions..We just saw a house that we really liked but our concerns are the following: 1.
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Colby Granger: A=B=C=D. It's like one of Charlie's equations ... I can't believe I just said that.

(murderer wants to commit suicide by jumping off a roof)
David Sinclair: Look at me, look at me. Carlos, look at me! I don't wanna do anything. Just wanna talk to you, okay? .Give me two minutes, (then) go on you do whatever you got to do, okay?^ First Time, I am going buy Two Wheeler for me, My DOB ” 11-07-1981″ Could you please..
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Carlos: (looks at him) Just talk?
David Sinclair: Just wanna talk!
(Colby dashes after Carlos from the other side and pulls him back)
Carlos: You lied to me!
Colby Granger: David, apologize to the man for saving his life!

Don Eppes: (to CIA agent) I just SHOT a man tonight! (Referring to Brutus test subject)
.CIA Agent: (to Don) Yes, and your country thanks you.^ Thank you for your time.
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^ You guys can still send me your infos though thanks.
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(Sticks hand for shake)
(Eppes punches CIA Agent in the face)
Meghan Reeves: I'd stay down unless you wanna get hit again.

Killer Chat

Don:: Who ya gonna call?
David:: Charlie.

[(After giving Larry back his lucky t-shirt)]
Charlie:: You're rocketing into space Larry, there's no downside in packing a lucky shirt.

Larry:: Well, it's only six months, though I will be traveling two hundred and fifty miles above the earth at eighteen thousand miles an hour. It's only a phone call away...albeit a very expensive phone call.

Nine Wives

Charlie:: Hey.. so, we're gonna be back sometime Sunday night.
Alan:: In time for dinner?
Charlie:: Well, it is a Math conference at Stanford... so chances are we may be a little late.

Don:: What's he want with this little girl?
Rachel:: Most likely, his 73rd wife.

Millie:: This bull's got problems.

Finders Keepers

Charlie:: I gotta tell ya, from a mathematical standpoint the designs for this yacht are absolutley amazing. It almost has me thinking about getting back into my fluid dynamics work again.
Alan:: Ohh. I mean abandon your cognitive emergence theory.
Charlie:: I said almost.
.Alan:: Oh good, because I remember the damage some of those fluid dynamics experiments did on the pond in the backyard.^ Oh and we need a big limit on the credit card because the toaster my foster mum wants to buy is a really good one and costs $1,000,000.
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Charlie:: Oh, all the koi lived.

Take Out

Don:: Do you think I need help?
.Megan:: I don't think they've made the person yet who doesn't.^ The people who come here and think they can use the numbers… very amusing.
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Megan:: So where's all the money go?
Amita:: Most of the money stays in Mexico.
Charlie:: Death Squad Retirement fund.

Don:: (seeing Charlie in his tux) Nice. Very...ah...
Charlie:: James Bond?
Colby:: No.
Charlie:: Yeah, no, I didn't think so either.

Dr. Mildred Finch:: In Antarctica we were used to doing everything very quietly. It’s like a big library ... with penguins.

Alan:: You save all the dirty jobs for yourself.
Don:: I do what has to be done - it's not like I like doing the dirty work.

Charlie:: Since when did you become my conscious?
Amita:: Around the same time we started making out.

Charlie:: My circle circle tangent joke went right over the senator's head.

End of Watch

Amita:: Byzantines fighting side by side with Cowboys and Indians?
Charlie:: I had an imaginative childhood.

Contenders

Charlie:: [showing his laptop monitor to David and Colby] Now, this is Professor Stanley Novich and this is where the door to his lab used to be.
David:: What do you mean used to be?
.Charlie:: I had one of my Dad's contractor friends bring in a crew last night, they drywalled his doorway, they painted it to match the wall.^ I am one person who snore at night and disturbe other my whole family is tired of me.
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^ So they named me Dyseck (Die-sick) Defroig (my father’s last name).
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[Charlie sniggers]

David:: The dude has always made me crazy. Ever know anyone like that?
.Don:: Well, you know Charlie, right?^ How could you hurt an innocent humanbeing that you don’t even know?
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^ Or do you know of anyone with a site that can do this for the decent, hard-working folks out here who don’t mind working hard for a living?
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^ You know You know don’t play the innocent Blondie with me.
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One Hour

Bradford:: You want to feel better? Take a pill. You want to get right? Face the truth.

Bradford:: Coffee?
Don:: Ahh yeah. Err No. Yeah sure.
Bradford:: Maybe decaf.

Democracy

Alan: Great! Now I have two jaded, world weary sons!
Don: And this one's got a shrink to prove it.

Oswald: Unless there's a self perpetuating element involved like, er, nano-technology. .OK, you know when you stack up champagne glasses & fill them with champagne, you only pour the champagne into the top glass & then it overflows to the others.^ You probably had a bad childhood and got picked on at school, thats ok, coz now you can programme and can tell all the other morons your point of view.
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^ These are well useful to feed into the endless stream of PayPal, eBay and other phishing scam emails that you receive these days.
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It requires resources applied in one location then it spreads.
.Alan: Oh good god, another one?^ Oh and we need a big limit on the credit card because the toaster my foster mum wants to buy is a really good one and costs $1,000,000.
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Charlie: Hey, do me a favour. Go find Dr. Finch. Tell her we need a priority run on the super computer & you know, be convincing.
Oswald: I'll tell her the fate of democracy's at stake.
Charlie: I like that.

Pandora's Box

Don:: Yeah, relax you got the fifth best shot in the country covering your ass.
Ian:: *relaxes his hand and makes his hands shake* Hey, fourth. .You don't wanna ask how I moved up one spot.^ How could you hurt an innocent humanbeing that you don’t even know?
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^ Even though u can generate a valid CC nb, how can u use it if you don’t know the CVV for direct usage or the CVV2 for internet commerce??????
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Charlie:: I can't believe it. Right in the middle of my lecture!
Alan:: Charlie, I’m as embarrassed as you are.
Charlie:: You were snoring!

Ian:: (After threading a kill shot through two closed pickup truck cab windows and a suspect's skull) That oughtta move me up to number three.

(Suspect runs out of apartment building and jumps in car)
Ian: (Taps on window with a gun) Bet I can pull the trigger before you hit the gas.

Burn Rate

.Charlie:: [(Reading from the Manifesto)] When biotechnology creates a marketplace where genetic material, "who we are", can be bought and sold like a slave in the block, there is no freedom there.^ Then I went to the market and Ive bought a lady who works there.
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The Art of Reckoning

Charlie:: Are we all so bad down here?
Larry:: Beauty and fragility of life on earth, it takes my breath away.
Charlie:: So what's your problem?
Larry:: That I will habituate and lose the vision.

.Charlie:: I feel like I'm in some dream with the ghost Larry and I just want to wake up and talk to the real guy.^ I really want is a number generator, I could code it myself but just dont’ have the bandwidth.
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^ The original guy came back on the line and chewed me out for talking to her like that.
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Under Pressure

.Alan:: That's why using the water system makes perfect sense, they don't need to spread the poison themselves, the city distribution system will do the work for them!^ Not sure what the REST of you are using these numbers for, but they make great fodder for phishers.
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^ And why don’t they have a C V V number?
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Money for Nothing

.Bradford:: You talk a lot about your work, but I want to go a little further.^ Hi there…just wanted to share with you something about myself.
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^ I want som e because there’s a little tiny marching band plyaing about 30 miles south of here in Eldorado and only i can hear it nobody else.
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^ As you can see below I get a lot of feedback about this page.
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What else is in your life?
Don:: Wha...., that I'm a workaholic with commitment issues, that has a hard time trusting people isn't enough?

Don:: You were.. actually walking home?
Charlie:: Well, yeah cause once I.. once I got to the road it was pretty easy.
Don:: I mean he's eight.
Charlie:: I like walking. You know that's like.. that's my sport. You got hockey, you got baseball. I walk.
Don:: Like.. like speed walking?
Charlie:: No, like normal.. You've never taken a walk?

Charlie:: Hey, how you doin' I'm Charlie.
Sari:: Sari Kinshasa.
Alan:: And I'm Alan.
Sari:: Hello. You're FBI agents?
Charlie:: I'm an FBI consultant.
Alan:: I'm an FBI.. dad.

The Janus List

Ashby:: I'm a speed dial away from collapsing this bridge.

Charlie:: So I am an FBI. You know, I work for the FBI.
Woman:: Can't you protect him?
Charlie:: Well, uh, actually, I'm a mathematician.

Season Four

Trust Metric

Larry: Charles, the monks do not appreciate FBI agents knocking on their doors especially during the morning contemplation.

Charlie: Don, you have a big ego.
Don: Thanks.
Charlie: No, you have a ginormous ego.
Don: Thanks.

Charlie: I know math is full of absolutes; unfortunately, the rest of the world isn't.

Larry: You can contemplate silence, but you can never find it.

Hollywood Homicide

Megan: It's hard to believe people line up to get into this place.
David: Lots more line up to get turned away. .Don't ever say I don't take you to the hottest places.^ These numbers won’t allow you to buy anything – don’t believe the people who say it does.
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Velocity

Larry: Other things keep thinking me.

Larry: (in reference to darts) Unfortunately, my bird keeps trying to nest in the hallway.

Thirteen

Alan: Look at this workload of mine. How do these kids do it?
Charlie: They're kids.

David: Manager says he's a model tenant. Quiet, pays his rent on time.
Colby: Yeah, and the Son of Sam's the Employee of the Month.

Colby: Not to diss his decorating sense, but I've definitely seen obsession done better.

Robin Hood

Charlie: You're right.
Larry: About what?

.Don: I told you they got me seeing a therapist?^ There you can see auth/post/settle transactions (as if they’d really happened) etc.
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Walker: Who isn't these days?

.Walker: I've gotten used to not understanding what the hell you're talking about.^ Thanks a million – this is about the billionth time I’ve used your numbers, figured it was about time I said thanks.
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^ I created my own number using the formulas that I’ve gotten from another site some time ago, and it works very well.
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^ If you’re using a test site, it doesn’t give a damn.
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Charlie: It's great to see you too, Lieutenant.

.Charlie: The two great adult influences in my life are heading off to blow up pumpkins.^ I find my life worthless now, my crotch was chopped off with an electric saw and so I need a credit card with $6000 to replace it.
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^ He says he will first cut off my hands then tie my head to a pole in New York City.
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^ I have been reading them for the last half hour and am still laughing my head off!
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Walker: Scotch always tastes better if someone else is buying.

In Security

Larry: That page is blank.
Charlie: Not after I sign it.

Larry: I'm the only one here who has visitors. Even the vow of silence guys are grumbling.

Primacy


Amita: I got it! I stole his mojo bag!
Charlie:(To Megan and Colby via phone) She just stole his mojo.

.Larry: Charles, you look like someone just stole your chalk.^ If you’d like to lend any support to help the cause of eliminating spam just let me know.
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^ Please if you could just find it deep in your heart to spare a few dolalrs i might be able to give her a decent gift.
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Larry: Who is this person that belongs to this mess?

Larry: I sense a big hairy 'but' coming. Oooh, pardon my terrible pun.

Charlie: I know how to trap this guy.
Colby: Yeah? Does it involve your deceptive upper body strength?

Binky Moore: The nerds love me.

Larry (to Alan): You can move in with me, but I don't live anywhere.

Charlie: I have the will power of a field mouse!
Larry: But in that field you are a very popular mouse!

Tabu

Don: Let me ask you something, not about this.
David: About Liz?
Don: Yeah, how did you know?
David: You asked permission to ask.

Amita: If we had a DTMF decoder...that's a Dual-tone multi-frequency. It's touchtone.
David: Why couldn't you have just said that to begin with?
Amita: Yeah, but it wouldn't have been as much fun.

David: Any hunch from Charlie is like a hunch plus.

Don: Megan's on a bit of a timeout.
David: Again?

Charlie: Knocking on the door from 300 miles above earth.
David: Well we're about to knock a lot harder.

Graphic

Megan: Hugh Jackman in a Wolverine outfit. Now that was hot.

Ross Moore: Justice? Kid, you read too many comic books.

Charlie: Galactus? That's the guy who ate planets.
Larry: Yeah, but he was stellar Darwinism. He was necessary to the survival of the universe.
Charlie: What?
Larry: He was the third four, along with eternity and death.
Charlie: Larry, he wanted to eat the earth.

Megan: Naked carjacking. That's the worst kind.

Alan: Charlie sees math as beautiful and he wants everyone else to love it the way he does.

Chinese Box

Don: You gotta give up on this one, buddy.
Charlie: I didn't get where I am by giving up on being right.

Charlie: (Watching the elevators) If we were to stand here for several hours...
Alan: Saved by the bell!

Charlie: He's Warspying.
Liz: Just when I'm convinced you can't come up with something new

Alan:: What? So we'll just wait?
Charlie:: Until they need me.
Alan:: What are they gonna need you for?
Charlie:: There's always something.

Breaking Point

Charlie: There is nothing wrong with my driving.
Larry: So the chorus of car horns that follows in your wake ... what is that? A spontaneous phenomenon?

Charlie: Dad, you called a tenured university professor to come fix the koi pond?

Amita: Charlie, you really can't be too careful.
Charlie: You're wrong. This is proof right here you can be too careful.

Colby: You can't just keep going around telling everybody you're fine.
Charlie: Well, obviously, I'm not fine.
Colby: That's why you got to do something about it. It doesn't matter how scared you were. It doesn't matter if you wet your pants, man. There's nobody out here who's gonna hear it.

Alan:: Oh, come on, no. The house is fine - it's old, but it works... you know, mostly... I mean, it's a lot like me.

Ray Galuski: No offense, but if you got to get a FBI bodyguard, why not get that hot one we worked with, Agent Reeves? Pretty sure she was diggin’ me!
Larry: You know, actually Ray—Agent Reeves – or Megan – and I, we’re kind of involved.
Ray: [laughs]…You’re serious?
Larry: Yeah, I am. And a little less incredulity on your part would be appreciated.
Ray: No, Larry, sorry. It’s just that how often do women like that get involved with guys like us? Nice going!
Larry: Okay, well – thank you!

Alan:: [To Don, about Charlie] He's not one of your agents! You know that, right?

Power

Alan: They're having an all-night math-a-thon in the living room.

Rapist: It's just sex guys.
Colby: We'll see how you feel when you become a jail cell bitch.

Black Swan

Charlie : We're going to need dry-erase boards. Lots of dry-erase boards.

Colby: [David asks Colby to climb up the trellis] Yeah. Colby, go down the elevator shaft. Colby, jump in the bay. Hey, Colby, climb the Sixth Street Bridge.
David: I went out on the bridge with you, okay?

David: What's the deal with the waffles, man?
Amita: I think it's Charlie's way of saying that your family is whoever you want to eat waffles with.
Larry: That's a worthy sentiment.
Megan: And one that's even better with syrup.

[Talking to Colby]
David: You, my friend are a victim of high standards and low social skills.

Checkmate

Robin: You can be a real bastard sometimes.
Don: Yea! My shrink said something like that!
Robin: This shrink - has he taught you how to say "I was wrong" yet?

Larry: When I'm stuck, I've always found the work pattern of a certain Englishman to be inspirational.
Amita: Sir Isaac Newton?
Larry: No, Sherlock Holmes.

Charlie : According to my instructor, in the event of a firefight my best course of action is to get into a fetal position and call for my mama.

Megan: At least it's not porn.
David: That would be Granger's computer.
Colby: Only on Saturday nights.

End Game

Don: A'right, so where is the "I told you so" ?
Liz: You made the call you thought was right. It sucks being the boss. But you know what, it's not a democracy.

Liz: Ok so you're thinking if Ferraro and Porter are trained to act in a certain way, we'll be able to predict what their next move will be?
Colby: Yeah. Maybe Charlie will be able to slap it into one of those algorithmic, geo-profiling, hot zone hot pocket deals.
Don: Put it just like that when you ask him.

Atomic No.33

Alan: [To Larry] Not everyone has the emotional and intellectual resource to search for God in a supercollider.

David: I hate to break this up, but I was about to pass out from the marker fumes.
Amita: Ah yes, that would be the lemon. I told you it was too much.
Charlie: [Sniffing the pen]I like it.
David: It smells like a urinal cake.

Charlie: Oh boy, that's the fourth security camera we passed since they buzzed us through the gate.
Larry: Extremist in Orwellian paranoia as well as stunted religious beliefs.

M.E. Ridenhour: We all have normal levels of heavy metal like arsenic or mercury in our bodies. Hair shows abnormal dosages.
David: Even a year later?
M.E. Ridenhour: They dug up Napoleon and it worked on him, so yeah, I think we still got a window here.

Pay to Play

Larry: Her parents were both schooled here, they raised her here, I'm sure they're very intelligent, cosmopolitan people.
Charlie: They tried to arrange a marriage for her.
Larry: Yeah, that had slipped my mind.

Larry: I haven't heard of any of these artists, and it's not like I've been living in a cave.
Charlie: No, just a space station and a monastery...and oh yeah!...the steam tunnels.
Larry: Point taken.

Amita: I didn't say it was rational, it just feels weird.
Charlie: My Dad knows you spend the night, that's never been weird.
Alan: Well, it's weird now, thank you very much.

Charlie: Hey Larry. How was the departmental breakfast?
Larry: It was less then stellar. I was running late and the only available seat was next to Professor Heinslose.
Charlie: The slurper.
Larry: You know all he had was the fruit plate and he was deafening.

When Worlds Collide

Charlie: (to Don) You and I have two very different world views, and that's fine. But now you're crossing into my world, and making assumptions about how people like me can or should work.

Larry: I have to confess, this whole business of rearranging DNA to suit human needs, I find very exciting; in this rather...life-threatening, world-ending sort of way.

Season Five

High Exposure

Decoy Effect

Alan: Listen, Charlie, when you're dealing with the Government it doesn't hurt to have more than just the *facts* on your side.

Blowback

Charlie: I gotta go.
Alan: Clearance or no clearance, he still knows how to make an exit.

Jack of All Trades

Girl: Will you take a picture of me and my friends?
Liz: No. But I'll take your camera.

Larry: Charlie, don't move, don't move. His head was like this. You make a terrible assistant.

David (to Charlie): It must feel good to be legit again.

Colby: Morning sunshine. Are we Kelli Rand fans or what?

David: What is this? She waits till now to get interesting. What's awesome.

Scan Man

Magic Show

Charlie Don't Surf

Thirty-Six Hours

Conspiracy Theory

Frienemies

Charlie: Where's the glasses?
Marshell Pentfield: Where's the hair?

David: In a world where mathematicians go mano a mano with a killer.
Colby: This time, it's personal.

Larry: Boys don't make me pull the math car over.

Marshell: God why am I so stupid?
Charlie: Do you want anwsers 1-50 or 50-100?

Marshell: We got to get this guy, he made me itch infront of strangers.

[Colby and David walk into a neighborhood being run by a criminal and everyone promptly goes into their homes]
Colby: Everybody knows our name, but nobody's glad we came.

Charlie: It sounds like they created a classic game theory scenario doesn't it?
Marshell: Yes it does, 'Johnny von Neumann', the old three man gunfight.
Colby: A mathematical gunfight huh?
Marshell: Imagine a duel between three people. Now I'm the worst shot. I hit the target once every three tries.
[Indicates Charlie]
Marshell: One of my opponents is better. Hits it twice every three shots.
[Indicates Colby]
Marshell: The third guy is a dead shot. He never misses. Now each gets one shot. As the worst, I go first. Then Charlie, then Colby. Who do I aim for, for my one shot?
Colby: I guess me cause I'm the biggest danger right?
Marshell: [Makes a gun shooting motion toward Charlie] I shoot Eppsey first, but not for the obvious reasons. Chances are two to one I'm going to miss.
Charlie: And now it's my turn. Logic says I shoot Colby.
[Makes shooting motion toward Granger]
Colby: Right, cause if I'm still standing I'm gonna shoot you and I don't miss.
Charlie: Exactly.
Marshell: As the worst, I use the two better shooters against each other

(Charlie is explaining something
Marshell: How do you not have your own show on PBS?

Arrow of Time

Jacked

Trouble in Chinatown

Sneakerhead

Guilt Trip

Colby: I seem like a roast beef kind of guy to you?
David: I won't discuss another man's meat.

Cover Me

First Law

12:01 AM

Animal Rites

The Fifth Man

Disturbed

Greatest Hits

Angels and Devils

Season Six

Hangman

Friendly Fire

7 Men Out

Where Credit's Due

Hydra

Dream Land

Shadow Markets

Ultimatum

Con Job

Old Soldiers

Scratch

Nikki: What would you do if you won the lottery Sinclair?
David: Well. I'd drive a nice car to work, What about you.
Nikki: Well first off. I'd buy you a nicer car.
David: Oh yeah?
Nikki: Then I'd make you drive me to work.

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