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Numb3rs: Season 4 (2010)

Rob Morrow , David Krumholtz  |  NR |  DVD
4.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (133 customer reviews)

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  • Actors: Rob Morrow, David Krumholtz, Judd Hirsch, Dylan Bruno, Diane Farr
  • Format: Multiple Formats, AC-3, Box set, Color, Dolby, NTSC, Widescreen
  • Language: English
  • Region: Region 1 (U.S. and Canada only. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 2.35:1
  • Number of discs: 5
  • Rated: NR (Not Rated)
  • Studio: Paramount
  • DVD Release Date: September 30, 2008
  • Run Time: 720 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (133 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B001AZIRZ4
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #61,996 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)
  • Learn more about "Numb3rs: Season 4" on IMDb

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Editorial Reviews

Fascinating cases, friendship dynamics and trust metrics all add up to another compelling season of television's smartest procedural show. The season gets off to an explosive start with a Very Special Episode, complete with blazing action set pieces and even a Big Name Star (Val Kilmer!) right out of a Tony Scott blockbuster, which figures as Scott, who co-produces Numb3rs with brother Ridley, helmed the episode. The truth about agent Colby's (Dylan Bruno) loyalties is revealed, and he is tentatively and warily welcomed back into the fold, although Sinclair (Alimi Ballard) feels particularly betrayed. Mathematics (duh) figure heavily in this season's convoluted cases, including the death of a woman in a rising young movie star's bathtub, an immersive interactive video game, and a street race that spins out of control. Concepts such as partition congruence and Byzantine fault-tolerance may soar over most viewer's heads, but as the movie star admiringly observes, it's "way cool" when professor Charlie Eppes (David Krumholtz) measures towel absorbency to determine the size of the bathtub killer. Numb3rs divides its time between casework and the human equation. Charlie's older brother and FBI team leader Don Eppes (Rob Morrow) is haunted by the death of a woman in witness protection, loses one girlfriend, but regains another, Robin (Michelle Nolden reprising her second season role). Eccentric professor Larry (Peter Gallagher) has returned from space and is now living in a monastery. Psychological profiler Megan (Diane Farr) ponders a career change. It's a particularly eventful season for Charlie, who becomes a bestselling author and relationship guru after his book on friendship dynamics is marketed as a self-help tome. One harrowing case involving a kidnapped reporter hits close to home when intimidating thugs cloud his mathematical prowess. He also undergoes FBI training ("I’m in pursuit of a burgundy-ish, sort of merlot-coloured… what model car would you say that is?" he radios in during a training exercise). In the game-changing season finale, Charlie and Don, the "brothers who became friends," are on opposite sides of a case involving a Pakistani scientist friend of Charlie's who is suspected of being a terrorist. No episode commentaries this time around, but five featurettes go behind the scenes of the Tony Scott episode. --Donald Liebenson

Product Description

NUMB3RS is a drama about an FBI agent who recruits his mathematical-genius brother to help the Bureau solve a wide range of challenging crimes in Los Angeles. The two brothers take on the most confounding criminal cases from a very distinctive perspective. Inspired by actual events, the series depicts how the confluence of police work and mathematics provides unexpected revelations and answers to the most perplexing criminal questions. A dedicated FBI agent, Don Eppes (Rob Morrow), couldn't be more different from his younger brother, Charlie Eppes (David Krumholtz), a brilliant mathematician who, since he was little, yearned to impress his big brother. Don is joined on his team by fellow agents Megan Reeves (Diane Farr), a behavioral specialist who brings psychological insight to their investigations; David Sinclair (Alimi Ballard), who utilizes his incredible perspective and the survival skills he learned growing up in the Bronx; and new agent Colby Granger (Dylan Bruno) who just completed an extensive tour of duty in the U.S. Military. After some initial reluctance, Don's team welcomes Charlie's innovative methods to crime-solving. Their father, Alan (Judd Hirsch), is happy to see his sons working together even though he doesn't understand the intricacies of what Charlie does for a living. It is his co-workers at CalSci who further refine Charlie's approach and help him stay focused. Physicist friend Dr. Larry Fleinhardt (Peter MacNicol) constantly challenges Charlie to employ a broader point of view to his work with the FBI, and Amita Ramanjuan (Navi Rawat), Charlie's former grad student, frequently helps him see cases in a new light Despite their disparate approaches to life, Don and Charlie are able to combine their areas of expertise and solve some killer cases.

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18 of 20 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Engaging characters and varied plots April 21, 2008
Format:Amazon Instant Video
Numb3rs is not a typical cop show. The difference goes far beyond the math angle, which in the hands of lesser writers and actors might have become gimmicky and worn thin. These are fully fleshed-out characters -- human, flawed, quirky, with complex and unexpected relationships, and above all, so engaging and likeable that you become invested in their personal success. Plots ranging from terrorist attacks, to art confiscated by the Nazis in WWII, to kidnapping, to the theft of a rare comic book give each episode a different texture. Get to know the characters in Season One, and enjoy the increasing depth of the entire ensemble through each subsequent season. Prepare yourself not to be limited by the usual parameters of a crime show. As Larry (played by the incomparable Peter MacNicol) would have it, Numb3rs looks at criminals and those who bring them to justice through the prisms of cosmology and ontology.
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9 of 10 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Great gets even better April 16, 2008
By K. Knox
Format:Amazon Instant Video|Verified Purchase
This show has been great from the start and just gets even better. It is amazing how they are able to find such a diverse array of topics without repeating the same themes over and ever again. This show makes me want to become an FBI agent and learn mathamatics all over again. It also helps that Rob Morrow is HOT!
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24 of 31 people found the following review helpful
2.0 out of 5 stars Numb3rs Season 4 - Short season - Full price December 2, 2008
I love the series and already purchased the first 3 seasons from Amazon. But, since season #4 was an abridged season (writers' strike) and you only get 5 DVDs for @ 720 minutes of viewing why would I want to pay such a high price? I suggest that the cost of season 4 should be discounted by Amazon to account for the reduced quantity of episodes. Even David Krumholtz would agree with these numb3rs.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Best Thriller Yet October 1, 2007
It's going to be tough to top this episode. Trust Metric is the conclusion of last season's cliff hanger "The Janus List." Tony Scott and John Behring (4400, Charmed, Roswell) step in to direct once more. It looks like Matthew Jensen's (CSI) hand behind the camera. Whoever it was, there was some stunning camerawork and editing. Kudos to Ken Sanzel for finishing the script.

This is about as close as you're going to get to "The Bourne Identity" type thriller on TV so I'm not going to reveal any spoilers. Trust Metric opens with a "prevously on Num3ers," but it would be better so see the Janus List first. Great TV.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Numbers is something you should buy! December 13, 2008
By sailor
So here we have a young math geek mixing it up with the big boys at the FBI! The Feds always need help to try to tease the patterns out of the nasty crimes that they are confronted with. Super FBI hard nose Rob Morrow, the leader of a high performing crime squad,really doesn't want help from his baby brother the math wiz, David Kromholtz, but can't stop asking for it when the geeking looking nerd shows that math can unravel patterns that can't be seen by ordinary mortals. Toss some great work by supporting actors on either side of the crime fighting team, plus outstanding work by Father Judd Hirsch,and you have a winner! Shared screen time by a wide cast of really tightly focused actors and you have a story line that goes on for at least four years with nary a mediocre episode. It would be my first choice for a present for someone that likes this genre.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Season 4 ; Velocity episode March 27, 2013
The episode is on bittorrent if anybody wants to watch it.

In the beginning animation, it mentions 420 horsepower and 1200 foot pounds of torque! A 4 banger can't get that ratio of power! The HP # is attainable on a heavily boosted VTEC engine but not the torque numbers. At least they got the curb weight of 2359 pounds correct (stock 2000 Civic Coupe), though they didn't account for the mods to the car or the driver so really that was an error as well.

The FBI guys acted like they didn't know anything about sports cars.

16:30 into the episode, the scene is at the car analysis place and the guy mentions 'weld points' when talking about the front grille of the 2000 Honda Civic, how a different front grille has been put on the Civic. It's all plastic, no weld points! Just clips.

The ox ('oh ex') gecko ultralock 2-way differential. LOL.

Overall I found the episode to be enjoyable and the bit about the differential was hilarious since you can't put in a custom differential to a Civic transaxle (at least that I know of).
The script writers allowed a bit too many errors to make it a truly enjoyable episode for me.

I also found the character of the mechanical engineer enjoyable. Wish there was a computer engineer character as well but that wasn't applicable to that episode. I'm a nerd. Numb3rs is for nerds.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars We Love Numb3rs March 14, 2013
Format:Amazon Instant Video
I found this show on Amazon Prime and fell in love. I then introduced it to my teenage son who is super smart, but couldn't see any possible use for math beyond school and so was blowing off his homework. Now he can't stop watching and his grade in math is excellent again. This has become our go to show to watch as a family.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars A must see September 4, 2010
This is absolutely a must see show and therefor a must buy DVD series. I just started watching the show this year when they started showing reruns on TNT. I absolutely fell in love with it. The show has a bit of everything unexpected and unlike any show I have seen. It has action, law and order, romance, family and friend relationship dynamics, and best yet rare and amazing mathematics and physics involved in solving the crimes. There is not unnecessary violence and sex scenes which makes it all the better for teens and adults. The editing, filmography and directing is absolutely incredible. It's a must see!!!
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Most Recent Customer Reviews
5.0 out of 5 stars Five Stars
One of my all-time favorite shows.
Published 9 days ago by Jose F. Pereira
4.0 out of 5 stars like any program if you watch them all at once ...
like any program if you watch them all at once they get predictable. numbers brings so many things the average person doesn't know about with the math that even if it is not true... Read more
Published 15 days ago by acagold
4.0 out of 5 stars Four Stars
Great Season
Published 24 days ago by CB
4.0 out of 5 stars Four Stars
Great plot and story lines
Published 26 days ago by Amazon Customer
4.0 out of 5 stars Enjoyable and interesting series. Sorry it didn't run longer.
Enjoyable and interesting series. Sorry it didn't run longer.
Published 28 days ago by Pete Kapustynski
4.0 out of 5 stars Four Stars
Please see season #3, my comments would be the same.
Published 1 month ago by Anonymous
4.0 out of 5 stars Four Stars
Published 1 month ago by LUCY
4.0 out of 5 stars Four Stars
This is a good entertaining show. With the right amount of humor and drama
Published 1 month ago by E. Yeager
5.0 out of 5 stars Loved this show when it was on air. Loving rewatching it again.
Loved this show when it was on air. Loving rewatching it again.
Published 1 month ago by Reader Girl
5.0 out of 5 stars Still as good as the first time viewed
An excellent program if you enjoy math and science. If not, the characters are fun to follow through the ups and downs of work and college life.
Published 1 month ago by Kenneth M. Mulmat
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