Numb3rs Seasons 1 to 6 Complete Collection DVD

Numb3rs Seasons 1 to 6 Complete Collection DVD
Numb3rs Seasons 1 to 6 Complete Collection DVD Numb3rs Seasons 1 to 6 Complete Collection DVD
SEASON ONE: We all use mathematics every day...but in a world of body counts, multiple criminal masterminds, and percentages involving perpetrators who may act again, figures are especially valuable. This is the world of NUMB3RS. Rob Morrow is Don Eppes, and FBI agent who recruits his mathematically gifted brother Charlie (David Krumholtz) to help the Bureau solve a wide range of challenging crimes in Los Angeles-thus tackling the most baffling criminal cases from two very distinctive perspectives. This dynamic series depicts how the convergence of police work and mathematics provides unexpected revelations and answers to the most perplexing criminal questions. Enjoy all 13 compelling Season One episodes of NUMB3RS in this premiere four-disc DVD collection.

Pilot: To help capture a serial rapist-turned-killer, FBI Special Agent Don Eppes (Rob Morrow) recruits his genius brother Charlie (David Krumholtz), who uses a mathematical equation to identify the killer's point of origin by working backward from the crime scene locations. Don's partner Terry Lake (Sabrina Lloyd) and new FBI recruit David Sinclair (Alimi Ballard) help untangle a web of clues and evidence; Charlie's involvement in crime-solving is questioned by his colleague, physicist Dr. Larry Fleinhardt (Peter MacNicol). And the Eppes brothers' father, Alan (Judd Hirsch), fears that his sons' competitive natures will lead to trouble. Uncertainty Principle: Charlie accurately predicts where a band of bank robbers will strike next-but is shocked and withdraws from the case when Don and his team confront the criminal and a deadly gun battle ensues...
Vector: Don and Charlie begin a race against time when a lethal virus strikes various citizens of Los Angeles. Is it the result of bioterrorism... or something even more sinister?
Structural Corruption: Charlie doesn’t believe the death of a CalSci engineering student was a suicide and asks Don to investigate. The trail of clues leads to a high-rise complex that is a ticking time bomb.
Prime Suspect: When the five-year-old daughter of a mathematician is kidnapped, Don and Terry must rely on Charlie's help when it becomes apparent that the case revolves around the Riemann Hypothesis, the most famous of all unsolved mathematical problems.
Sabotage: Is a serial saboteur on the loose in Los Angeles? A series of train wrecks all yield only one similar clue: a cryptic note left at each site, written in an undecipherable numerical code. Can Charlie's expertise help solve the puzzle?
Counterfeit Reality: A counterfeiting case involving small-denomination bills is further complicated by both the kidnapping of a talented artist and an old flame of Don's, a Secret Service agent who is assigned to help him on the assignment.
Identity Crisis: The murder of a stock-fraud suspect has Don questioning a previous arrest. He asks Charlie to go over the evidence to see if he has mistakenly sent an innocent man to prison.
Sniper Zone: Los Angeles is under siege as a sniper goes on a shooting spree and the specialist that Don has called in to help hampers Charlie's role in the investigation.
Dirty Bomb: Thieves hijack a truck carrying radioactive material and demand a ransom of $20 million or they will use the deadly cargo to make a dirty bomb and detonate it somewhere in Los Angeles in 12 hours.
Sacrifice: A home in the Hollywood Hills discloses the body of a murdered computer researcher...and missing from the victim's computer are important files containing data on the secret, classified government project he was working on.
Noisy Edge: Fears of a terrorist attack are raised when eyewitnesses report sighting a mysterious unidentified craft flying dangerously close to downtown Los Angeles. The case grows more perplexing when an engineer linked to the mysterious airborne vehicle is found murdered.
Manhunt: Don teams up with his former partner from the FBI's Fugitive Recovery Division after a prison bus crash allows a violent felon to escape and It is feared that the convict will seek revenge against the witness whose testimony put him behind bars. SEASON 2:
Body counts, multiple criminal masterminds, and perpetrators who are likely to act again…this is the world of NUMB3RS. FBI agent Don Eppes (Rob Morrow) couldn't be more different from his younger brother, Charlie (David Krumholtz), a brilliant math professor at a California university. Don deals in hard facts and evidence, whereas Charlie thrives in a world of mathematical probability and equations. But despite their disparate lives and career paths, Don and Charlie often combine their areas of expertise to solve a wide range of challenging crimes in Los Angeles. This dynamic DVD collection brings all 24 "Season Two" episodes into your home, depicting how the union of police work and mathematics provides unexpected solutions and answers to the most perplexing criminal questions. It all adds up: NUMB3RS is one of television's most fascinating, must-see crime dramas!
Judgment Call: To help capture the killer of a federal judge's wife FBI Special Agent Don Eppes (Rob Morrow) turns to the talents of his genius brother Charlie (David Krumholtz) and those of recent FBI Academy graduate Megan Reeves (Diane Farr).
Better Or Worse: An upscale jewellery store owner's family is kidnapped and held for ransom, and the only person with the knowledge about the plot-a person who delivers the ransom note-is killed before she can be questioned.
Obsession: A popular singer is receiving death threats from an obsessed stalker-but Charlie is able to determine that the disturbing letters are from two different people.
Calculated Risk: Don and Megan investigate when the female CFO of a powerful energy company-a woman who was going to testify against her fellow executives-is murdered and her son is the sole witness.
Assassin: Don uncovers a secret code that triggers the FBI's hunt for a skilfully trained assassin who is gunning for a Columbian exile who is now living in Los Angeles.
Soft Target: The lives of thousands of commuters are jeopardised when a potentially lethal chemical is carried by some mysterious individuals into the city's subway system.
Convergence: Don and his team investigate a possible connection between a rash of residential robberies and the home-invasion murder of a homeowner in an upscale community.
In Plain Sight: An explosion at a methamphetamine lab leaves Megan feeling responsible for an agent's death and more determined than ever to catch the drug lord who oversaw the operation.
Toxin: Is someone tampering with non-prescription drugs? When four people nearly die from poisonings and a sinister manifesto is published in a local paper, Don and his team investigate.
Bones Of Contention: The baffling murder of a researcher at a Native-American museum brings the FBI in to handle the probe since the facility is located on federal land.
Scorched: Charlie is brought in to help investigate a series of arsons that have plagued the city. Can he determine a pattern that leads to a suspect?
The O.G.: The murder of a Los Angeles gang member brings Don and his team into a case involving the death of a fellow agent who had been working undercover within the gang.
Double Down: A Los Angeles card club has reported four robberies in the past six months, but the case is given more attention by investigators when a Russian blackjack player winds up dead after winning stint at the table.
Harvest: The discovery of a girl who was apparently being tortured in a decrepit downtown hotel leads to the uncovering of a black market organ-harvesting scheme.
The Running Man: The college campus where Charlie teaches is hit with the theft of a DNA synthesiser and Don believes the pilfering could be part of a terrorist plot to launch a bio-warfare attack.
Protest: Has an anti-war radical from the 1970s resurfaced after hiding out for 30 years? A bombing at an army recruiting centre bears similarities to the long-vanished radical's technique.
Mind Games: A psychic offers to help Don determine behind the murder of three women who were killed under bizarre circumstances, but Charlie is determined to prove that the psychic is a fraud.
All's Fair: During Don's probe into the murder of an Iraqi woman. He enlists the aid of the victim's cousin... and uncovers a connection to Saddam Hussein.
Dark Matter: Following a shooting at a school, Charlie uses the school's radio frequency identification system to track the two shooters' movements through the facility's hallways. But the evidence suggests a third participant is involved.
Guns And Roses: The unexpected suicide of an ATF agent brings Don into the case... and he is shocked to discover that the victim is his former girlfriend. Was it really a suicide?
Rampage: When gunfire erupts inside the FBI offices, Don and his team must determine the shooter's motive and possible connection to a dangerous arms dealer who is currently on trail. The close call also hinders Charlie's contribution to the case. Backscatter: The FBI investigates the disappearance of two bank employees, and an expanding case of bank fraud, when customers' bank accounts-including Dons'-are accessed and wiped out.
Undercurrents: When the ocean surf yields the bodies of several young Asian girls, Don and his team uncover a connection between the victims and a sex-slave ring operating in the U.S.
This six-disc, 24 episode set contains the third season on NUMB3RS-the dramatic crime series where math is used to help analyze criminal cases and help solve a diverse selection of perplexing crimes in Los Angeles. Rob Morrow is Don Eppes, an FBI agent who has recruited his mathematically gifted brother Charlie (David Krumholtz) to help solve the often baffling, challenging cases that occur in the City of Angels. Don is assisted by fellow agents Megan Reeves (Diane Farr), David Sinclair (Alimi Ballard), and Colby Granger (Dylan Bruno), while Charlie finds insight and encouragement from a co-worker, Dr. Larry Fleinhardt (Peter MacNicol), and Amita Ramanujan (Navi Rawat), Charlie's former grad student. The Eppes brothers may have differing opinions and theories regarding the cases they pursue as a team, but the perspective and dedication they each bring to the investigation all adds up to one thrilling, fascinating-and highly entertaining-“Season Three” DVD set!
Spree: Special Agent Don Eppes (Rob Morrow) and his team of investigators attempt to nab a young couple whose seven-state robbery spree has turned to murder.
Two Daughters: A couple's murderous rampage turns personal when agent Megan Reeves (Diane Farr) is kidnapped by one of the killers.
Provenance: A valuable painting, stolen by the Nazis during World War II, is stolen for a second time-and its theft leads to murder. The Mole: The team is drawn into a fascinating case when a Chinese interpreter is found dead.
Traffic: In mapping out a series of seemingly random attacks on L.A.'s highways, the FBI team discovers that the incidents may be linked.
Longshot: Don and his team probe a mysterious death at a horseracing track, but Charlie (David Krumholtz) uncovers some evidence that takes the investigation in a new direction.
Blackout: Los Angeles is plagued by a series of power failures. Are the blackouts the results of an accident-or something far more sinister?
Hardball:A minor league baseball player winds up dead, and leads in the case point toward steroid use and a major doping ring involving the team.
Waste Not: When a sinkhole suddenly opens on a schoolyard, injuring several children. Don, Charlie and the team unearth a toxic case involving illegal waste disposal.
Brutus: Two victims-a California State Senator and a psychiatrist-have little in common with one another, except that Don is convinced the cases are related and linked to a complex government secret.
Killer Chat: While Larry (Peter MacNicol) prepares for a mission with NASA, Don and Charlie track a killer who has murdered several sex predators who were looking for victims via Internet chat rooms.
Nine Wives: A polygamist lands on FBI's “Ten Most Wanted” list when a woman involved with the suspect goes missing.
Finders Keepers: An expensive yacht sinks off the California coast, becoming an attractive target for divers-and a deadly attraction for one adventurous underwater thrill-seeker.
Take Out: A series of robberies at various upscale L.A. Restaurants brings Don and his team of investigators to the table when the incidents escalate into a case of murder.
End Of Watch: A police badge uncovered at a construction site opens a cold case involving the badge's owner-a policeman who's been missing for 17 years. Meanwhile, Alan (Judd Hirsch) is targeted in a lawsuit.
Contenders: David (Alimi Ballard) is stunned to learn that one of his childhood friends is accused of murdering the competition while preparing for an extreme fighting bout.
One Hour: In Don's absence, Granger (Dylan Bruno) leads the team in a race against time after a music mogul's son is kidnapped and threatened with death if the $3 million ransom isn't paid.
Democracy: Don and Charlie discover that several local deaths may be tied to voter fraud-and the case becomes personal when an old colleague becomes the next victim.
Pandora's Box: When a corporate jet goes down in a forested area owned by the government, Charlie must divide his time between that puzzling case and solving a burglary at his home.
Burn Rate: A series of explosions are similar to the work of a long-imprisoned bomber. Is the inmate orchestrating a new series of incidents from behind bars... or are they the work of a new perpetrator?
The Art Of Reckoning: Don becomes apprehensive when a mob hit man on death row suddenly wants to confess to his crimes and help the FBI sort out his wrongdoings.
Under Pressure: The threat of a terrorist attack on Los Angeles-involving the city's water supply-puts everyone on edge and causes friction among Don and his team members.
Money For Nothing: Medical supplies worth millions, earmarked for an international relief effort, are stolen-and Don's team discovers that the FBI aren't the only ones interested in recovering the supplies.
The Janus List: Don and Charlie must confront a barricaded bomber who has asked for them by name-in a case that will have a profound effect on both the brothers and the close-knit FBI team.
Alan Eppes (Judd Hirsch) has two sons. Don (Rob Morrow) is the dedicated Los Angeles FBI agent. His younger brother, Charlie (David Krumholtz), is the brilliant mathematician. The two brothers couldn't be more different, but they find a common ground when collaborating to solve complicated crimes in NUMB3RS. Don is also assisted by fellow agents Megan Reeves (Diane Farr), David Sinclair (Alimi Ballard), and Colby Granger (Dylan Bruno), while Charlie finds insight and encouragement from a co-worker, Dr. Larry Fleinhardt (Peter MacNicol), and Amita Ramanujan (Navi Rawat), Charlie's former grad student. Season Four of NUMB3RS brings Don and Charlie together on perplexing cases ranging from a mass poisoning at a cult compound to a death connected to the secret world of reality games. This five-disc, 18-episode DVD set contains all of the compelling cases from the fourth season of the series Newsweek magazine calls “...a gripping hour of TV, with unexpected shades of character, crisp acting, and enough geek-wizardry to excite anyone...”
Trust Metric: Was Special Agent Colby Granger (Dylan Bruno) really a double agent working for the Chinese? Don (Rob Morrow) and his FBI team have been reeling at that stunning revelation.. but an even greater surprise is in store when Colby escapes from prison and they attempt to track him down. Val Kilmer (Top Gun, The Doors) guest stars.
Hollywood Homicide: Colby is back on the job, but only temporarily, until he is reassigned. When charismatic up-and-coming movie star Brett Chandler is implicated in the murder of a young woman, Don and the team, including Colby, are thrown into the dizzying world of a Hollywood entourage.

Special Features
Season 3:, Crunching Numb3rs, Season 3 Eppes Central, Blooper Reel, Set House Tour, Season 4: 'Crunching Numb3rs: Trust Metric', Includes 5 Featurettes:, Pre-Production, The Tony Touch, The Freighter, Post Production, Season 5: Crunching Numb3rs:, Season 5, Celebrating 100, Blooper Reel, Deleted Scenes, Season 6: Coming Full Circle: Numb3rs The Final Season, The Women Of Numb3rs, Pixel Perfect: The Digital Cinematography Of Numb3rs, Production Photo Gallery With Nicolas Falacci
Aspect Ratio1.78:1
AudioEnglish Dolby Digital 5.1
Case TypeSpecial
CastAlimi Ballard, Peter MacNicol, Rainn Wilson, Rob Morrow, Sabrina Lloyd, Lou Diamond Phillips, Navi Rawat, Neil Patrick Harris, Dylan Bruno, J K Simmons, Joseph Gordon-Levitt, Judd Hirsch, Brent Briscoe, CCH Pounder, Christina Cox, David Krumholtz, Diane Farr
DirectorAlex Zakrzewski, John Behring, J Miller Tobin, Dennis Smith, Stephen Gyllenhaal
HOH (Hard of Hearing)Yes
RegionDVD 2
Run Time4838
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