Numb3rs

Arm in Arms

Season 6, Ep 12, Aired 1/15/10
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  • Episode Description
  • The team searches for a missing firearms shipment when it seems that one is responsible for a recent death. Charlie and Amita try to choose a wedding date, and Charlie brings in a colleague to help with the case, but he isn't as equipped to handle the situation as Charlie had hoped.

  • Cast & Crew
  • Michelle Nolden

    AUSA Robin Brooks

  • John E. Cariani

    Otto Bahnoff [as John Cariani]

  • James Remar

    Randall Priest

  • Amari Cheatom

    Eddie Leyva

  • Jon Seda

    Moses

  • Fan Reviews (1)
  • Oh dear, not a great episode.

    By sherriesim, Oct 19, 2013

  • Trivia & Quotes
  • Notes (4)

    • Original International Air Dates:
      Norway: March 25, 2010 on TV2
      Germany: May 20, 2010 on Kabel 1
      Czech Republic: May 2, 2011 on TV Nova
      Finland: October 16, 2012 on Sub

    • Music featured in this episode was "I Wanna Kill" by Crocodiles (opening scene) and "Romantic Comedy" by Stars (closing scenes).

    • Special billing was given to Jon Seda (and) for this episode.

    • This episode was rated TV-PG (LV) in its first network broadcast.

    Trivia (5)

    • At the beginning it states 1,100 rounds per minute, or approximately 18.3 rounds per second. This is repeated by the "bad guy" before he tests the weapon. He then tests the weapons, which shoot about six rounds per second – around a third of the supposed fire rate.

    • Math used in this episode: 4D Mapping

    • Opening Numb3rs: 28 GLOBAL ARMED CONFLICTS 43 MILITARY GOVERNMENTS 600 MILLION AUTOMATIC WEAPONS 1,100 ROUNDS PER MINUTE

    • At the begining of the episode when Don gets the call about the shooting in San Pedro, Robin says that it should be an LAPD case so she doesn't know why they were calling the FBI. Don replies that they were looking for Charlie's help, not his. But then in the next scene, Don's agents are shown working the case, and there's never any explanation about why they're participating.

    • After all of the computations, machinations, and charting of potential wedding dates to avoid conflicts, when Charlie and Amita finally agree to a date, they don't even look at a calendar to see if their venue was available or what day of the week it was, much less if it conflicted with anything else. That doesn't follow their methodology or logic.

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