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Disclaimer: The characters of "numb3rs" do not live in my house. The last place Don had expected to find Charlie at 6 in the morning in the middle of . This whole relationship thing is a bit overwhelming, and I've had Larry to Half of my problems are related to Amita, and half are related to my boss. Amita Ramanujan: Back in Madras my parents arranged for marriage to a family friend. Charlie Eppes: Well, certainly people who have failed to solve it think that. . Don Eppes: Glad to see you're taking my advice and having some fun. Amita Ramanujan, Math professor with tech chops, Numb3rs Numbers Tv Show, Me Tv. Read it . to have a relationship like Charlie and Amita in Numb3rs <3 . Numbers Tv .. And I love that they went to this therapy session. They tell.
Also, Larry learns that he may be pulled from NASA's space mission because of his recent bizarre behavior. Nine Wives Don searches for the leader of a polygamous group who is suspected of beating and raping a year-old girl found nearly dead on a desert road. The probe reveals the suspect may be fleeing to Canada, where some members of his cult live.
Charlie and Amita cut short plans to attend a math conference at Stanford to help with the investigation. When they return to Charlie's house, they are surprised to find Alan there with a tipsy Millie. Finders Keepers Don investigates when a deep-sea salvage diver turns up dead in the net of a fishing boat with a bullet hole in him.
The probe reveals the victim may have been trying to locate a sunken racing yacht worth millions, or he may have been involved with drug smugglers. Also working the case is Don's former flame, Liz Warner. Even more surprising to him is the fact that she's been reassigned to the L. Back at home, Alan prepares to play chess with novice Millie. Take Out Two police officers are gunned down in a restaurant by robbers who strike upscale eateries.
Charlie tries to figure out a pattern to their crimes so they can be stopped, but the investigation reveals something much more sinister is going on. Back at the office, Don is ordered to see a psychologist due to his involvement in several recent shootings.
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Also, Charlie is troubled when he learns Millie wants him to help her secure funding from a pharmaceutical company with a shady past. End of Watch The badge of a police officer who disappeared in is found on a vacant lot, and his body is later discovered, shot in the head. Don's investigation reveals that two weeks before the cop went missing, he killed a gang member, and the victim's brother swore revenge. Back at home, Alan is sued over a driving-range project he worked on. On campus, Charlie confronts Amita after she turns down an opportunity to chair an important committee.
I flush out their thoughts free of charge. Alan had stood at the top of the stairs, clutching his old, tattered bathrobe around himself, snapping that he just gotten back to sleep after Charlie's early and loud departure. Right before the door slammed, Don could have sworn he heard something about "should've bought the damn condo. Living alone better than Grand Central Station…" Don winced and backed slowly away from the staircase.
It wasn't that Alan was not a morning person — usually, he was as chipper in the mornings as he always was. Short the man on sleep, or give him a headache, though, and it was best to back out of the situation carefully. Once he got to campus, Don had stood outside the Science Library and retrieved his phone. If Charlie was in there, he was going to have to come out. Even if the buildings were open this week — which they were not — it was too early.
Just as he was about to punch in Charlie's speed dial, the door opened and a pretty coed stepped out. Don smiled his most charming 6 a.
He held it so that she could see it, careful not to insinuate himself any closer to her while she was frightened. I didn't mean to startle you — I wasn't expecting anyone here, during Spring Break. I'm looking for Dr. When she had first seen him, she had started automatically backpeddling into the building, but now she opened the door wider and stepped aside, offering it to him.
Eppes nearly stopped my heart when he showed up. I was vacuuming, so I didn't hear anything. Just turned around, and there he was, in the computer lab!
He grinned, although he was clearly confused. The two at home, the one in his office and his laptop aren't enough? It'll be easy to find — it's the only place with the lights on! Now he stood unnoticed in the doorway of the room, watching Charlie with interest. There were four long, dark, wooden tables in the room. Each held four computers. Charlie sat at the second table, his back to the door.
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Don watched with interest as Charlie ripped some anti-static wipes from a canister and ran them gently over the flat screen. Then, he replaced the wipes with a cloth, pausing to spray it with some solution from a bottle. He painstakingly cleaned the keyboard and mouse. Next, Charlie picked up a can of compressed air, and used it to spray the keyboard.
After lightly dusting the keyboard and mouse with a spray disinfectant, he picked up the headphones connected to the terminal and took his time straightening out all the cords: Once they were neatly in order, he placed the headphones "just so", at the upper left corner of the keyboard. Charlie picked up all the cleaning equipment and moved to the other end of the table, still facing away from the door, and began to repeat the process.
Don leaned in the doorway, arms crossed over his chest, mesmerized by the sheer inaneness of it. Charlie got up in the middle of the night to come to a dead campus and clean computers? Don found himself hypnotized by the repetitive action. Charlie finished with the second computer on the second table, and got up and moved to the other side.
When he saw Don lounging silently in the doorway, he dropped all of the cleaning supplies and stepped backwards, bumping into the third table. He straightened and began walking toward his brother. His voice shook a little when he answered, and Don understood how badly he had frightened him.
How did you get in here? Part of the cleaning crew or something. I think I woke him up.
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He wasn't very happy. Seriously, Chuck, what's going on? He waved a hand over them, reminding Don of both a magician and one of the girls from "The Price Is Right". He was pretty sure he was distracted by the image and heard Charlie incorrectly. My therapist recommended that I find some almost mindless, routine activity that occupied me physically in some way, and that I try doing it when I'm having trouble…I don't know…quieting things down in my head, I guess.
Finally, he settled for, "Does it work? I've been doing this at least once a week for a couple of months, and I have yet to do it the same way twice. My mind keeps devising new ways to tackle the problem, new solutions based on new equations. Pretty sure that's not supposed to happen. But I agreed to a three-month trial. Charlie looked away and didn't answer. I mean, what about Amita? You're getting pretty close, right? I mean, I know it's weird.
But now that we're officially a couple, it's great — but it's also like I lost one of my friends, in some ways. Does that make any sense? You're saying you find it difficult to talk to her on the purely friendship level…" Charlie nodded and relaxed back into his chair. We're more on the minefield-level right now.
This whole relationship thing is a bit overwhelming, and I've had Larry to bounce things off for most of my life — since Princeton.