CBS (ended 2010)
Great show. The chapter of Charlie losing his security clearance is now closed.
A chameleon is going from company to company, stealing money, leaving no photos, no fingerprints, no traces. An agent is in hot pursuit, like Jean Valjean. Will the ending be like Les Miserables? Hint - no one jumps off a bridge and drowns.
I did not see any of the twists coming, making me pleasantly surprised. The ending was not at all what I suspected.
In the meantime, Alan is trying to save a park he developed after the Watts riots. The way his legacy is preserved is very nice indeed.
|Anyone else here old enough to remember Henry Winkler when he was 'The Fonz' ?|
I can sum this episode up in one word:
I really enjoyed this episode of ( NUMB3RS ) it was very entertaining & the writing was excellence. I thought Henry, Winkler did A really nice job in playing Agent Bloom, he was A little bossy with Don & his team looking for his suspect for pass two years & never got A picture of him that really hard to believe. I was really happy for Charlie he got his clearance back & Don got too keep his job. I enjoyed this episode it was very special I loved the part when Alan was really upset about his park he help build 25 years ago they were going to destroy it & build A new one. It show how much feeling & Love this man has too give too very one even his two grown sons. He lost A park & new one was given back for him too plan & help build A very touching episode it was awesome I give this episode A high rating of 10 .
I can sum this episode up in one word:
are you a mindreader or what?! totally ayyyyyyyyy
kinda funny seeing as the other night i was watching a scrubs and JD does a fonz impersonation!!!!!
I really loved the investigation in this episode, it was really different and I felt really bad for the kid that all he was doing was looking for his mother and it was awesome that Don stepped in and let the kid have a few moments with her. Don at the end But Alan soon sorted it out And the whole big clapping thing when Charlie was back was just a bit OTT, although it was kind of funny when he threw his visitors badge away Do you really think MacGowan (I can't spell, sorry) did recommend against the security clearance? It annoyed me though that he just magically got it back without any further problems even though MacGowan said he was against (although for all the wrong reasons ) Well at leastit looks like we're out of the woods with the security clearance crap because we all knew what the outcome of it was going to be when it was renewed for the 5th season (or even before that when Alan said "I think it's a, to be continued...") All the actors were amazing in this episode even MacGowan, Liz (but she is way...better than Nikki cause that's a person that really annoys me) and that crazy wee FBI guy, even thought they all annoyed me to hell!!! And the part wen when David, Liz, Colby and the manager where all sitting in the SUV outside the club he (had the cheek to say) that it was frowned upon by the beaurau for agents to have a relationship with witnesses. I was even ANGRIER than I was last week and I didn't think that was possible!!!! Though it was funny to see Davids face But we all know that they will not just forget about this, it WILL come up again!!! It just not one of then one shot storylines, if you know what I mean. I think David will end up saying something out anger to Colby about it that he'll later regret. Cause I'm telling you if that had happened in episode 2 before all the team was interviewed I am sure that MacGowan would have found out about it and brought it up. Anyways, I can't wait for next weeks episode and for the good old NUMB3RS to be back, however I am quite concerned yet excited to see what they do with the rest of the season (I HOPE involves some more Edgerton )