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Numb3rs season 3←Numb3rs season 2 Numb3rs season 4→
Air weekdate:Friday Cast:Rob Morrow, David Krumholtz, Navi Rawat, Aya Sumika, Sophina Brown, Diane Farr, Dylan Bruno, Judd Hirsch, Sabrina Lloyd, Peter MacNicol, Alimi Ballard Genre:Crime, Drama, Thriller Channel:CBS Status:Ended
Numb3rs season 3 episodes list:
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.