Numb3rs: Season 4 (2007 - 2008)


Season 4

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Air date: Sep 28, 2007
Air date: Oct 5, 2007
Air date: Oct 12, 2007
Air date: Oct 19, 2007
Air date: Oct 26, 2007
Air date: Nov 2, 2007
Air date: Nov 9, 2007
Air date: Nov 16, 2007
Air date: Nov 23, 2007
Air date: Dec 14, 2007
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Two of the most brilliant minds in FBI criminal investigation - brothers Charlie (David Krumholtz) and Don Eppes (Rob Morrow) - return for this fourth season of CBS's hit detective series "Numb3rs." As in prior seasons, the team zeroes in on outrageously complex cases that seem to stump everyone else, drawing on Charlie's mathematical brilliance and Don's by-the-book instincts. Also lending a hand are FBI agents Colby (Dylan Bruno), David (Alimi Ballard) and Megan (Diane Farr); Charlie's former grad student Amita (Navi Rawat); and Charlie and Don's father, Alan (Judd Hirsch). Stories this season include the complicated romantic relationship between Don and Liz (Aya Sumika), the frequent presence of Amita's parents, Charlie's participation in an FBI training camp and subsequent decision to leak information to Pakistan, and cases including a mass hara-kiri at a cult and a murder tied to the strange underground world of reality games.


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
Aya Sumika
as Liz Warner
Michelle Nolden
as Robin Brooks
Chris Bauer
as Ray Galuski
DJ Qualls
as Anthony Braxton
Jacob Fishel
as Isaac `Izzy' Meechum
Juicy J
as Robert Hunter
Zeljko Ivanek
as William Fraley
Will Patton
as Lt. Gary Walker
Susan Floyd
as Bonnie Parks
Kenneth Dolin
as Brother Theo
Michael Balsley
as Nathaniel Greene
Ravi Kapoor
as Phil Sanjrani
Aaron Stanford
as Brett Chandler
Wil Wheaton
as Miles Sklar
James Morrison
as Commander Chris Frederickson
Matthew Morrison
as Blaine Cleary
James Harvey Ward
as Joshua Quigley
James Urbaniak
as Binky Moore
Tim DeKay
as Pete Friscia
Erika Alexander
as Tricia Yaegger
Andrea Anders
as Rena Vining
Steven C. Gibbons
as Bernard Laiken
Bill Nye
as Bill Waldie
Shawn Doyle
as Shane O'Hanahan
Graham McTavish
as John Corcoran
Mimi Cozzens
as Eliza Macnamara
Chris Bruno
as Tim King
Ari Graynor
as Ella Pierce
Ben Feldman
as Seth Marlowe
Kevin Wheatley
as Pete Sears
Judith Scott
as Judy Turner
DJ Paul
as Rolland
Clifton Powell
as Max Devane
William Atherton
as Warren Pierce
Rey Gallegos
as Sonny Leyva
Meera Simhan
as Asha Rafiq
as Frank Fisher
Michael O'Keefe
as Reverend Joseph Ezra
Jason Durr
as J.W. Piennar
Jennifer Riker
as Leah Wexford
Robert John Brewer
as Richard Helgencer
Bruce Turk
as Mark Vaughn
Jenna Gavigan
as Josie Biggs
Mike Peebler
as Douglas
Peter Cambor
as Logan Oliver
Sam Murphy
as Ernie Fuller
Waleed Zuaiter
as Ali Karimi
Jennifer Chang
as Janice Cho
Joe Morton
as Peter Lange
Kevin G. Schmidt
as Steven Wexford
Damian Young
as Richard Taylor
Derek Phillips
as Ryan Ferraro
Nathan Baesel
as Jared Parr
Tiya Sircar
as Shaza Rafiq
Eric Strickland
as Malcolm Tucci
R.F. Daley
as Gary Bell
Kelly Overton
as Andrea Barton/Tracy Meade
Michael Welch
as Kyle Clippard
Yancey Arias
as D.J. Rodriguez
Jason Paul Field
as Gordon Garrity
Zack Duhame
as James Pinkney
Jill Eikenberry
as Susan Doran
Hilary Ward
as Audra Regal
Megan Gallagher
as Sarah Blakely
Peter Onorati
as Alfred McGurn
Robert Emmett Dolan
as Arnold Owens
Nick Jaine
as Benjamin Rajar
Michael Cavalieri
as Benny Natale
William Langan
as Chief Robaire
Nick Toren
as Gary Meyers/Spectre
Lena Georgas
as Louise Esmond
Vanessa Britting
as Harper Simms
Mary Gillis
as Mrs. Garrity
Jack Guzman
as Carlos Ruiz
Timothy Landfield
as Tom Clippard
Troy Titus-Adams
as Dr. Patricia Stone
Erica Muñoz
as Mary Velasco
John Forrest
as Lucas Cavani
Breon Gorman
as Older Woman
Gita Reddy
as Tapti Ramanujan
Cornell Womack
as Bill Mallard
Bill Heck
as Barista
Therese McLaughlin
as Parole Officer
Mireille Enos
as Grace Ferraro
Barber Ali
as Hassan Mazari
Robert Kahn
as Chris Butler
Brian George
as Sanjay Ramanujan
Roman Mitichyan
as Kaleen Rafiq
David Desantos
as Peter Guzman
Dave Florek
as Alex Evans
K'Dee Miller
as Young Mother
Leslie Silva
as M.E. Ridenhour
Jack Merrill
as Dr. Jacobsen
Richard Lawson
as Clay Porter Sr.
Leigh Zimmerman
as Leslie Dennis
David Bardeen
as Portly Collector
Yaani King
as Laurie Porter
Sam Ayers
as News Vendor
John Balma
as Thad Esmond
Bill Tangradi
as Ronald Karnofsky
Cassandra Freeman
as Lead FBI Tech
Kevin Symons
as CIA Officer
Laivan Greene
as Jenna Porter
Steve Kazee
as Mark Green
Julie Dretzin
as Karen Griffiths
Mustafa Shakir
as Crew Member
Lysander O. Abadia
as Skinny Collector
Walter Berry
as Older Man
Kathryn Weil
as Daughter
Mark Doerr
as John Lerner
Nicole Dalton
as Polly Turnage
Richard Wharton
as Homeless Man
Martin Kildare
as John Biggs
Michael Tauzin
as Wannabe Actor
Lynn Wanlass
as Frail Woman
Deborah Strang
as Martha Biggs
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Critic Reviews for Numb3rs Season 4

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While the cinematographers and FX-wizards attempt to ramp up the NUMB3RS cool quotient, the premiere explores the boundaries between science and emotion, and takes a long hard look at friendship and loyalty.

Feb 12, 2020 | Rating: 7/10 | Full Review…

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