Numb3rs

Season 4 Episode 5

Robin Hood

2
Aired Friday 10:00 PM Oct 26, 2007 on CBS

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  • Trivia

    • Math used in this episode:
      Projectile Motion
      Dating System
      Listing's Law

    • Opening Numb3rs:
      200 SAFE DEPOSIT BOXES
      740 GOLD KRUGERRANDS
      2 KILOS OF HEROIN
      9 CHARITIES

    • When Alan and Larry have a discussion outside a university building amid dropped frozen pumpkins shattering around them, Alan spends the entire conversation without glasses. At the end he looks up to the roof, then runs off, at which point he's suddenly wearing glasses.

  • Quotes

    • Don: Your guys worship you, I'll give you that.
      Lt. Gary Walker: If they do, it's because I don't give a damn if they don't.

    • Lt. Gary Walker: Scotch always tastes better when somebody else is buying.

    • Larry: Well, being young is an accident of time and youth is a permanent state of mind.

    • David: Did you learn that in spy school?
      Colby: Discovery Channel.

    • Don: I told you they got me seeing a therapist?
      Lt. Walker: Who isn't these days?

    • (when discussing the problems between Colby and David)
      Megan: It's like when "The Who" went back on tour; they weren't great at first they just needed some time to get back into the groove.
      Don: Well I'd better start hearing the music soon.

    • Amita: What's that all about?
      Charlie: The two great adult influences in my life are heading off to blow up pumpkins.

  • Notes

    • International Airdates:
      The Netherlands: April 7, 2008 on Veronica
      Germany: April 27, 2008 on SAT 1
      Czech Republic: August 3, 2009 on TV Nova
      Finland: February 11, 2011 on Sub

    • Music featured in this episode was "Spring and By Summer Fall" by Blonde Redhead.

    • Waleed Zuaiter is credited as "Waleed F. Zuaiter."

  • Allusions

    • David: You learn that in spy school?
      Colby: Discovery Channel.

      In this episode, David and Colby discuss biometric fingerprint scanners. These and other security systems (and what methods do and don't work for foiling those systems) were discussed in the "Crimes and Myth-demeanors (2)" episode of Discovery Channel's Mythbusters. It was revealed that those types of scanners can be foiled with an imprint of a fingerprint.

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