Numb3rs: Season 3 (2006 - 2007)


Season 3

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Air date: Sep 22, 2006
Air date: Sep 29, 2006
Air date: Oct 6, 2006
Air date: Oct 13, 2006
Air date: Oct 20, 2006
Air date: Oct 27, 2006
Air date: Nov 3, 2006
Air date: Nov 10, 2006
Air date: Nov 17, 2006
Air date: Nov 24, 2006
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Season 3 begins with a two-part story focusing on a 30-year-old Texas schoolteacher and her 17-year-old lover, who embark on a cross-country crime spree that culminates in Los Angeles. Assisting Don (Rob Morrow) and Charlie (David Krumholtz) on the case is agent Ian Edgerton (Lou Diamond Phillips). When the teen is arrested, his disturbed companion kidnaps Megan (Diane Farr) and offers her in exchange for the jailed young man. The incident leads to an intensifying of the relationship between Larry (Peter MacNicol) and Megan. But then Larry makes a surprising announcement: He is joining NASA on an upcoming space mission. His impending departure isn't the only unsettling news for Charlie at CalSci. Charlie gets a new department boss, Dr. Mildred Finch (Kathy Najimy), who disapproves of his FBI work and his dating Amita (Navi Rawat). To further complicate matters, Mildred starts dating Charlie's dad (Judd Hirsch). As for Don, sparks fly when he rekindles a relationship with former flame agent Liz Warner (Aya Sumika) when she is reassigned to the L.A. office. Don is also ordered to see a psychologist because of his involvement in several recent shootings, and he begins to question his career choice. Colby (Dylan Bruno) comes under suspicion by some of his colleagues when he appears to be acting against orders. Interesting Season 6 cases include: the death of a martial-arts fighter in the ring and the chief suspect has ties to David (Alimi Ballard); the theft of a $22 million Pissarro painting that was once Nazi-looted art and may belong to a Holocaust survivor (Gena Rowlands); the murder of a man who picked 30 winners in a row at a horse-racing track; the kidnapping of a record-company owner's son; a possible terrorist attack in which L.A.'s water supply is endangered; and the surfacing of the Janus list, which contains the names of spies and double agents.


Rob Morrow
as Don Eppes
David Krumholtz
as Charlie Eppes
Judd Hirsch
as Alan Eppes
Alimi Ballard
as David Sinclair
Navi Rawat
as Amita Ramanujan
Diane Farr
as Megan Reeves
Dylan Bruno
as Colby Granger
Kathy Najimy
as Mildred French
Aya Sumika
as Liz Warner
Wendell Pierce
as William Bradford
Joshua Malina
as Howard Meeks
Kim Dickens
as Crystal Hoyle
David Gallagher
as Buck Winters
Paul Statman
as Ivan Tabakian
Leslie Silva
as Coroner's Investigator
Teri Polo
as Rachel Willons
Tito Ortiz
as Tino Alva
Preston Bailey
as Randy Amato
Susan Beaubian
as Stendhauser
Gene Gabriel
as Bomb Squad Tech
Taylor Gray
as Jo Santiago
Gena Rowlands
as Erika Hellman
Michelle C. Lee
as Michelle Kim
Matt Keeslar
as Agent Raymond
Martin Jarvis
as Taylor Ashby
Tom Amandes
as Lawrence Dryden
Lisa Vidal
as Jennifer Malloy
Garret Dillahunt
as Jack Tollner
Philip Casnoff
as Maurice Connors
David Clennon
as Mel Oliver
Brendan Ford
as Phil Hadwin
Erik Palladino
as Captain Adams
Alexandra Krosney
as Josephine Kirtland
Marc Jablon
as Meisner
Will Patton
as Gary Walker
Lisa Gay Hamilton
as Sari Kinshasa
Darian Weiss
as Andy Kinkirk
Robin Weigert
as Elaine Tillman
Kit Paquin
as Sharrlyn Smith
Matthew Humphreys
as Randy Syles
Russell Andrews
as Duke Piermint
Zach Mills
as Pete Kinkirk
Johnny Simmons
as Matt McCrary
Anne Dudek
as Emmanueline Kirtland
Rhys Coiro
as Ricky Jones
Josh Clark
as Ronald Jackson
Bruce McGill
as Larry Alston
D.W. Moffett
as Bob Tombrello
Matt Malloy
as Emmett Glaser
Benito Martinez
as Arthur Ruiz
Bill Nye
as Bill Waldie
William Sadler
as Richard Tuttle
Bruce MacVittie
as Randal Amato
James Frain
as Allister McClair
Titus Welliver
as Agent Graves
James McDaniel
as Phillip Wright
Chris Conner
as Dr. Dan Matthews
Matt Ross
as Joel Hellman
Rachel York
as Marla Kinkirk
Will Collyer
as Danny Roberts
George Newbern
as Brendan McCrary
W. Earl Brown
as Arner Stone
David Warshofsky
as Jack Collins
Steven Culp
as Graham Larson
Erin Cottrell
as Caroline Williams
Laura Chen
as Rachel Osaki
Jerry O'Donnell
as Pierce Brenner
Amy Sloan
as Kari Syles
Lauren Stamile
as Kelly Johnson
Erica Gumbel
as Riva Bell
Mark Rosenthal
as Billy Rivers
Michael Ralph
as Sam Finney
Anthony Ruivivar
as Agent Cordero
François Chau
as Kaj-Jan Chen
Benny Nieves
as Hector Campos
Jason Chanos
as Maloney
Tim Monison
as Cliff Dawkins
Wood Harris
as Murphy Fuentes
Michael Oberlander
as Adam Denton
Elisa Llamido
as Maria Campos
Scott Waara
as Jason Brasher
Terrence Hardy Jr.
as Malik Shabaz
Tom Everett
as Keith Whittaker
Rosa Arredondo
as Rene Moreno
Bernardo Peña
as Kaleed Asan
Cleo King
as Rebecca James
Lance Reddick
as Steve Davidson
Arye Gross
as Stanley Novich
Kyle Howard
as Jason Aronow
Zach Grenier
as Peyton Shoemaker
Wendy Gazelle
as Colleen McCrary
Kyle Colerider-Krugh
as Ralph Jackson
Tina Morasco
as Janette Sarasin
Brian Keith Russell
as John Wellner
Chanda Hartman
as Ausa Diane Verano
Andy Umberger
as Frank Auster
Christine Avila
as Trudy Perez
Jason Beghe
as Reid Sarasin
Sean T. Krishnan
as Ali al Dossari
Jon Spinogatti
as Motel Manager
Nike Doukas
as Leigh Everett
Kelli O'Hara
as Rachel Lawton
Georgia Hatzis
as Lydia Campos
Michael Piontek
as Stanford Davis
Kevin Cristaldi
as Wendell Henderson
Emiliano Torres
as Masked Man No. 1
Jon Curry
as Detective
Rhyon Nicole Brown
as Lucy Funes Moreno
Cisco Reyes
as Lucky Dog
Armin Shimerman
as Patrick Holden
Tom Titone
as Sidney Boyd
A.J. Benza
as Reporter
Bruce Kirby
as Louis Glaser
David Carey Foster
as Hotel Manager
Teresa Parente
as Denise Davis
Ray Torres
as John Santos
Alexander Chaplin
as Austin Parker
Joe Marinelli
as Phillip Berelli
William Shockley
as Vincent Kagan
John Hillner
as Thomas Mandel
R.E. Rodgers
as Mitchell Mackenzie
Joseph Brooke
as Bartender
Joel Stoffer
as Agent Davidson
Drew Starlin
as William Johnson
Oscar Ezpeleta
as Masked Man No. 2
Hassan Iniko Johnson
as Calvin Bradley
Brette Taylor
as Catherine Walton
Joel Anderson
as Max Sheveransky
Deirdre Lovejoy
as Daria Samson
Matt Nolan
as Port Police Officer
Bill Seward
as Announcer
Susan Krebs
as Librarian
John Bobek
as Punk Guy
Paco Farias
as Man in Truck
Jama Williamson
as Jane Aliano
Lina Patel
as Stephanie Quartz
Lawrence Novikoff
as Jack Garrity
Gonzalo Menendez
as Victor Morelos
Jim Gleason
as Martin Tallman
Jason Olazabal
as Jimmy Lopez
Dohn Norwood
as Captain Hazlett
Chris Freeman
as Mechanic
Larry Gilliard Jr.
as Amos Shabaz
William Russ
as Michael Shannon
Alison Walla
as Stacy Aliano
Andy Wood
as Teller
Ezra Godden
as Officer
Joe Ordaz
as Manager
Andrew Carrillo
as Hispanic Man
Lance Roberts
as Lyle Weaver
Chris Dinh
as Student
Gabriel Olds
as Reed Parkman
Dagmar Midcap
as Newscaster
Charles Borland
as Frank Tibbet
Douglas Fisher
as Process Server
Adrian Sparks
as Crossing Guard
Péter Katona
as Marine Expert
Daniel Arrias
as Gang Member
Kim Estes
as Bowman
Con Schell
as Businessman No. 1
Ross Hellwig
as Police Officer
Lucia Brawley
as Undercover Officer
Paul Lacovara
as Businessman No. 2
Robert Patteri
as Enclosure Guard
Bob Gunton
as Boyd Resnick
Bobby Roe
as Vick Johnston
Terry Woodberry
as Paramedic
Russ Hunt
as Second Baseman
Matt McTighe
as Armed Guard
Gregory Scott Cummins
as Bounty Hunter
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Critic Reviews for Numb3rs Season 3

All Critics (2) | Top Critics (0)

Numb3rs is an interesting show with a good blend of character storylines and catching criminals and they show the math in a super user-friendly way.

Oct 11, 2018 | Rating: 9/10 | Full Review…

I really just don't have anything bad to say about this show. It's not the best show on TV, but it's entertaining and well done, and that's good enough for me and my geeky shadow.

May 31, 2018 | Full Review…

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