Season 4 Episode 6

In Security

Aired Friday 10:00 PM Nov 02, 2007 on CBS
out of 10
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Episode Summary

Don feels responsible for a life lost. The victim was in the Witness Protection Program, but she wasn't the only one keeping secrets...what is Don hiding?

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  • A show full of secrets.

    Don is keeping secrets, we find this out by his friend dying. She had a pocket full of secrets as well. Then we gets some ideas of the secrets Colby and Meg hold. Don needs his brother to get the job done right but there is some problems there. A cop seeking glory ends the relationship with Don and his witness protected girlfriend. That brings up the question of Liz. Old feelings and current feelings collide. I was left humming the song "Taxi" at the end of this show, fraught as it was with so much emotional baggage. I would rate it higher but I stopped the dvr before the credits, not really happy where the show went.moreless
  • Review

    I thought the writing for this episode is either seriously flawed or the American justice system is.

    This episode portrays a system in which criminals are actually rewarded for being better criminals, so they can rat out on even bigger criminals.

    This would be a system that is no longer protecting the innocent, but jailing the most guilty by any means necessary. I sincerely doubt that the founders of the US justice system had this in mind.

    Therefore I must conclude that the writers have slipped up, because the aforementioned system would not be in the spirit of the show until now.moreless
  • Don hiding secrets!

    Don dates someone from witness protection only to have them killed and now he feels so guilty about it. As his guilt affects his job and that his job gets in the way of his relationship with his colleagues and his brother Charlie. Who needs to trust in Don in order to get the job done right. But now, we learn that Don isn't all that pefect. As we are leading to believe. As his relationship with Agent Liz is taking a toll along the way. Glad to see some insight into Don's life. As we got glimpses into Meg and Colby's secrets.moreless
  • good episode...

    Well, this was the very first episode of Numbers that I have seen and, I must say, it was very good. Epps's girlfriend was murdered and he blamed himself. In the end, it turned out that one of the other cop people (I forgot his name) gave up her location so that he can take down some big criminal. Anyways, this was a very good episode with a good case. It also was very emotional and developed the characters. I liked the whole book story line too. Another thing I liked was having two actors that played in 24 play in this episode :) They're really good actors. Overall, great episode with a good case and good character development. I can't wait to see next week's!moreless
  • Don loses a friend. Charlie writes a book.

    Don feels guilty about getting a witness killed who he had previously had an inappropriate relationship with.

    The episode was filled with angst for Don. Charlie wrote a book, and signed autographs. I think one he signed was on ebay for $80. People must really love Math or maybe it's Charlie.

    Larry is being kicked out of the sancturay. He has too many visits from the outside world. If you ask me it's about time Larry gets back in the real world. Speaking of Larry, Megan was noticely absent from this episode. The witness security program seemed rid with problems, at least in this episode. The bad guys always seem to get an out in this program. I guess it's good the killer was shot. If he hadn't been who know what would have happened. Oh, I know. Don would have took him down hard.

    Great episode this week.moreless
James Morrison

James Morrison

Commander Chris Frederickson

Guest Star

Jennifer Riker

Jennifer Riker

Leah Wexford

Guest Star

Kevin G. Schmidt

Kevin G. Schmidt

Steven Wexford

Guest Star

Aya Sumika

Aya Sumika

Special Agent Liz Warner

Recurring Role

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