'Numb3rs' Season 4 Episodes
Numb3rs - Season 4
Numb3rs is a drama about FBI Agent Don Eppes who recruits his mathematical-genius brother, Charlie, to help the Bureau solve a wide range of challenging crimes in Los Angeles. In Season 4, Don and his FBI team will have to deal with the repercussions after discovering that Agent Colby Granger was a mole, spying on the unit for the last two years.
Still reeling from the revelation that Colby is a double agent working for China, the team is shocked to learn that he and his accomplice, Dwayne Carter, have escaped from prison.
Colby is back on the job, but only temporarily, until he is reassigned.
A typical evening at a coffee shop turns into a nightmare when a car careens into a crowded building, leaving one person dead and many injured. Initially, it is assumed that the teenage driver, who was found in a coma, simply lost control of the car, but detailed analysis by Charlie and a colleague quickly debunk that theory.
The team tracks a creepy serial killer who is obsessed with replicating the deaths of Jesus Christ's apostles.
When a bank vault housing safety deposit boxes for the rich and powerful is broken into, the team is perplexed about why nothing appears to be missing.
After Witness Protection Program participant Leah Wexford is gunned down in her home in an act of vengeance, the team investigates and discovers that the murderer, Benny Natale, is also in Witness Protection.
After a man plunges to his death while participating in a promotional alternate reality game (ARG) for the game franchise Primacy, the team investigates the obsessive world of video gamers.
When mega-heiress Ella Pierce is abducted by an extremist group bent on punishing her industrialist father, the team rushes to find her captors.
A comic book convention turns into a crime scene after a deadly robbery leads to the disappearance of an extremely rare comic.
David and Megan are on their way out to pick up breakfast when Ben Blakely, a former surveillance subcontractor for the FBI, bursts into the building and shoots agent Max Martinez, who survives. After the shooting, David and Ben end up with guns trained on each other in an elevator that Ben has stopped between floors.
After appearing in a news report about the FBI's involvement in the case of a missing investigative journalist, Charlie becomes the target of a thuggish intimidation, which inhibits his ability to perform his math.
The team must track down a serial rapist, who is using his position as a police officer to ensnare his victims.
The team takes down an inner-city meth lab, and while on the bust they also arrest a bystander who is discovered to have guns and other suspicious items in the back of his van.
Don's old flame Robin Brooks returns to California to prosecute incarcerated criminal kingpin Jarobi "J-Light" Taylor.
Clay Porter’s father and sister are taken hostage by a gang of military thieves, forcing him to return from hiding in Mexico for the murders he allegedly committed in the US.
“Atomic No. 33”
Members of a religious cult refuse medical assistance after being mass poisoned, drawing the attention of the FBI.
“Pay to Play”
After hip hop artist Hunter is gunned downed at a birthday party for Critical Mass Records founder Blanchard, the number one suspect is Hunter’s estranged best friend and aspiring hip hop artist Derek.
“When World's Collide”
When two members of the Pakistan Regional Fund (PRF) are abducted and killed, the FBI suspects a terrorist attack may be imminent. The PRF is suspected to have ties to jihadist groups and was on the FBI’s terrorist watch.