In the Los Angeles office of the Federal Bureau of Investigation, Special Agent Don Eppes and his team investigate critical and baffling crimes with a special edge. That advantage is Don's brother, Charles Eppes, a brilliant universalist mathematician who uses the science of mathematics with its complex equations to ferret out the most tricky criminals. With this team, the forces of evil learn their number is up.
Kenneth Chisholm (firstname.lastname@example.org)
How do you solve a crime in a city of 8 million? It's all in the numbers.
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Did You Know?
Ironically, David Krumholtz
(who failed Algebra I twice, and hated math in school) plays a mathematician, while Dylan Bruno
(who graduated from M.I.T. with a math-heavy engineering degree) plays the math-challenged F.B.I. Agent. See more
[Charlie connects the computer game Minesweeper to the bank robberies
You see this game, Larry? You've got to clear the mines without blowing any up. Each time you clear a square, a numerical value is revealed. That number tells you exactly how many squares containing mines are directly adjacent to that square. This allows you to predict where the next mine will be located and then the more boxes revealed the more accurately one can predict the location of the mines. The pattern used in these ...
Once in a Lifetime
Written by David Byrne
, Brian Eno
, Chris Frantz
(as Christopher Frantz),
and Tina Weymouth
(as Martina Weymouth) See more