We all use math every day...Inspired by actual cases and experiences, Numb3rs depicts the confluence of police work and mathematics in solving crime. An FBI agent recruits his mathematical genius brother to help solve a wide range of challenging crimes in Los Angeles from a very different perspective.
Don has a problem. Crystal Hoyle and her boyfriend Buck are going on a robbery and killing spree. Their terror is spread over seven states, and Charlie is called in to help. However, problems between Alan and Charlie may hinder Charlie's concentration.
David tries to get information from one of Crystal's old boyfriends, but he isn't helping. Things get personal for the team when Crystal kidnaps one of them.
Don and the rest of the team find themselves in the midst of a confusing case. The investigation into a missing painting turns grim as a murder plot surfaces. Add Nazis to the mix, and things take an even more interesting turn!
Don and the team attempt to figure out what happened when a Chinese interpreter turns up dead.
Don and the rest of the team investigate several attacks occurring on LA highways that may be connected.
Don and the team investigate a suspicious death at a horse track. When Charlie starts looking into the crime, he uncovers something that will send the investigation into an entirely different direction.
Blackouts leave Los Angeles in the dark. Don must work with his entire team to figure out if the power outages are a catastrophic accident or the sinister plot of terrorists.
The case of a dead minor league baseball player leaves Don and the team with more questions than answers. When Charlie discovers that someone has come up with a statistical analysis that can identify which of the players are on steriods, the case gets more leads...and a suspect.
The problem of the disposal of toxic waste becomes real to Don, Charlie and the team when several children are injured after a sinkhole collapses underneath a school playground. Charlie attempts to help with the case, but faces opposition from his new boss.
A California State Senator and a psychiatrist--neither have much in common with the other except for one thing...they both turn up dead on Don's watch. While the circumstances of their deaths are different, Don thinks the two murders are related, and tries to prove his hunch right. What he finds may bring to light a deep secret the government has been hiding for years.
Don and Charlie track a killer who has murdered several sex predators. The predators took advantage of teenage girls they met in chat rooms. Meanwhile, Larry is ready to begin an adventure with NASA.
Don, Charlie, and the team search for a polygamist who is on the run. The man is on the FBI's Ten Most Wanted List for rape and murder.
After an extremely expensive yacht sinks in the middle of a race, Charlie is put between a rock and a hard place when Don and the NSA need his help on the case.
When two police officers are killed while eating dinner out, Charlie tries to figure out where the killers will strike next. Don's superiors make him see the department shrink.
Don and the team reopen a cold case when a LAPD badge turns up at a construction site. When Charlie joins the investigation, they attempt to track down the owner of the badge, an officer who has been missing 17 years. Meanwhile, Alan is informed that he's being sued.
One of David's closest friends is called into question after a man dies while boxing with him. When it turns out this is not the first time such an event has happened, things look even worse. Charlie is busy practicing what little he knows about poker, so he can take Larry's spot in a tournament.
Don talks to his therapist again, and while he's gone, the team races to find an eleven year-old boy being held on a $3 million ransom, and time is running out...
Several area murders seem to be tied to voter fraud. Don, Charlie, and the team must find the killers before they strike again.
When a jet crashes in the middle of a forest, Charlie suspects that there is more to the crash than what meets the eye.
When Don investigates a series of bombings, he calls in Charlie to help pinpoint the bomber. But the two disagree over who the culprit is. Is it a new terrorist, or an old enemy?
When a former mob hit man on death row suddenly has a change of heart and agrees to confess to his crimes, Don has an uneasy feeling about the whole affair.
Don, Charlie, and the team take on unknown terrorists who may be using nerve gas to undermine Los Angeles' water supply.
$50 million dollars in medical relief is up for grabs after the shipment is stolen. But there's a catch--someone other than the FBI wants to recover the shipment. Don and the team find themselves pitted against blackmarketeers in a deadly race for the supplies.
In the midst of investigating a serious bomb threat, Don and Charlie uncover a secret that could change their lives and the lives of the team forever.
After the events of "The Janus List," Colby escapes from custody. Don and the team go after him, but everything may not be as it seems.
An actor on his way to stardom finds himself in the middle of a murder investigation when a young woman is murdered in his house.
When a car crashes into a busy coffee shop, the team discovers the fatal act might not have been an accident.
Don, Charlie, and the team attempt to stop a serial killer who is seemingly obsessed with people resembling Biblical figures.
Robberies the storybook hero would have been proud to claim plague Don and Charlie as they attempt to catch a do-good thief who is donating his spoils to charity.
Don feels responsible for a life lost. The victim was in the Witness Protection Program, but she wasn't the only one keeping secrets...what is Don hiding?
When a man is found dead, the team enters the world of alternate reality gaming. However, their investigation leads to a danger for a loved one.
When a wealthy heiress is kidnapped, Don and the team race against the clock in hopes to find her. However, the motivations behind her disappearance aren't what they seem.
The team investigates the theft of a graphic comic book.
Don and the team are left with little recourse when a former FBI subcontractor takes a team member hostage.
Charlie's life is put in danger when Don brings him in on the case of a missing reporter.
A bad case becomes worse when Don and the team must pursue a police officer believed to have committed unspeakable crimes.
Don and the team bust a meth lab, but when Don has a feeling there's more to the organization than just what's on the surface, his intuition is put to the test.
Don runs into Robin Brooks during an investigation concerning informants and a chess master.
Don and his team hunt for an ex-Marine wanted for murder. Things become confusing, however, when the Marine's family is kidnapped. Is there more to this case than meets the eye?
Don and the team must investigate a religious cult after scores of followers are poisoned.
When a musician is murdered, Don and his team must race to find the culprits. They need Charlie's help, but he is busy with Amita's parents coming for a visit.
Don and his team are out to protect former radical Benjamin Polk from a determined sniper who wants him dead, and who is leading the FBI on a cat-and-mouse chase as he closes in on his prey.
When two FBI agents, part of a unit headed by Don's former mentor, are killed during a shootout with bank robbers, the team must investigate what exactly happened. Also, Charlie and Amita worry when Larry opts not to attend a conference in Geneva.
Don and his team are called in to investigate who is behind a deadly gambling ring that is running a high-stakes Russian roulette tournament. Also, Don and Charlie become concerned about Alan's financial health.
As Larry prepares to embark on his adventure, the team must investigate a string of murders. The case takes an interesting turn when it is discovered that the murders mimic scenes from a movie that hasn't even been released yet.
The team attempts to find the daughter of a geneticist who they suspect was kidnapped by the unstable mother. However, they become concerned about the case when they find evidence that suggests the young girl was a clone. Meanwhile, Charlie and Amita discuss having kids and Liz reveals a dark secret.
The team investigates a decommissioned air base after a woman is found dead there, but their investigation is interrupted by paranormal happenings.
A shrewd computer hacker cuts the ground from up under an undercover sting operation to bag a cyber crime lord. His actions trigger a turf war putting his life in peril.
While tracking down a felon running a heroin ring inside a prison, Agent Ian Edgerton becomes a murder suspect when the informant he meets with ends up dead, sending a desperate Edgerton over the edge when he takes a member of Don's team hostage.
Charlie and Don reluctantly enlist the help of imprisoned con man John Buckley to help them catch a crook who's using Buckley's M.O. to rob the Diamond Exchange..
When the team foils a robbery of an armored car full of Federal Reserve money and recover bills that trace back to the infamous D.B. Cooper heist, they call on Agent Roger Bloom, who worked on the Cooper case, for help with the investigation. Henry Winkler returns as former FBI Agent Roger Bloom, and Michael Hogan, the uncle of the slain armored car driver and a key player in the investigation.
Charlie meets his mathematical equivalent when LOTTERY AGENT JANE assists in the investigation into a complex scam that involves thefts of unsold lottery tickets.
The Numbers team tracks a serial killer who targets johns.
The Numbers team hunts for a gang of criminals who targeted an unlikely scene of the crime: a televised entertainment awards show.
The team investigates the deaths of two men who were part of a group of friends that had been sexually assaulted by a teacher when they were young boys. Also, Charlie and Amita get a fantastic job opportunity that could put a wrinkle in their wedding plans.
In an effort to find the murderer of an Iraqi woman who had been making a documentary that promoted the rights of Muslim women, Don enlists the help of the victim's cousin. Through her cousin, Don uncovers a connection to Saddam Hussein. Back at home, Charlie rekindles a romantic relationship with a former girlfriend when she visits him while on a book signing tour.
Don and his team investigate a school shooting. He learns two students could have a strong motive, so Charlie uses the school's radio frequency identification system to track the shooters' movements through the school's hallways. When Charlie detects an abnormal pattern, the agents take a look at the evidence and discover a third participant no one had suspected earlier.
When an ATF agent is found dead under unusual circumstances, Don wants to take the case, which revolves around an elaborate bank robbery, after he learns the victim was his former girlfriend. He then becomes quite introspective as he realizes the impact his career has had on his personal life and decides to turn his attention toward a new woman.
When an assailant opens fire in the FBI offices, Don and his team must determine his motive and possible connection to a dangerous arms dealer who is on trial. After nearly getting shot, Charlie is shaken and reluctant to return to the offices, which hinders his contribution to the case.
Don investigates the murders of two young women found in their cars outside their homes. Their deaths were made to look like drug overdoses, but Don realizes a serial killer is responsible. Meanwhile, Charlie is having bizarre dreams about his parents. In one dream, his deceased mother appears and tells him he has a question to ask her, but he can't imagine what it could be.
Two rock climbers in possession of a large stolen diamond are killed, and Don and the team hunt for the murderers; Charlie considers whether he should have his FBI clearance reinstated.
The team investigates an increase in ATM kidnappings when a woman who was abducted and forced to withdraw money is murdered; Charlie meets the investigator who will decide the fate of his FBI security clearance.
When eight people, including two police officers, are gunned down in a coffee shop, Don and his team uncover a trail of blackmail, corruption and romance; McGowan expands his investigation of Charlie and Don.
Don's team helps Agent Bloom, a veteran with the FBI, track down a con man who has eluded Bloom for years. Meanwhile, the final decision on Charlie's clearance is handed down, and it doesn't just affect Charlie. Don's job is on the line as well.
The team investigates a crew stealing high-end goods from a shipping service; Don questions his faith in the FBI when one of his men is killed on duty.
Don and the team investigate when a magician mysteriously vanishes during an illusion.
One of Don and Charlie's friends dies in what is deemed an accident. Not convinced, the brothers investigate further and uncover something shocking.
When a passenger train collides with a freight train David (Alimi Ballard), Don, and Colby are called in to help rescue survivors and to investigate the cause of the crash
The team sifts through various rumors about a controversial charity organization to find the guilty party after its office building is bombed.
Charlie is forced to turn to his arch rival for help when a vigilante group goes after a career criminal.
Don turns to his newly found religious beliefs when he is forced to deal with an escaped criminal who is bent on seeking revenge.
Don and his team must race to save the hostages being held on a hijacked bus.
A feud between Chinese gangs leads to the kidnapping of an undercover agent and the reappearance of Samuel Kraft.
The team searches for a pair of limited edition sneakers after they are stolen from a foreign ambassador.
When a case against a weapons smuggler falls apart, the team takes a closer look at the jury that heard the case, searching for signs of jury tampering.
Charlie puts together a plan to stop a dangerous drug from hitting the streets of LA. Will his plan work? Or will it cost the life of one of Don's agents?
The team's number one suspect in the death of a scientist is a super computer.
The team gets a last minute tip that could exonerate a dangerous mob boss who is about to be executed; Charlie tries to help the CalSci basketball team break their losing streak.
The investigation into a professor's death takes a dangerous turn when the team finds their lead suspect has ties to a radical animal rights group.
Don's life hangs in the balance after he is injured during a raid while investigating a series of home invasions.
Feeling guilty over the stabbing, Charlie puts his attention on finding a serial killer using math theories to help the team solve the case before another life is taken.
Don and the team are sent to look into a series of bank robberies and soon name former FBI Agent Roger Bloom as their lead suspect.