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  • Actors: David Krumholtz, Rob Morrow, Judd Hirsch, Alimi Ballard, Peter MacNicol
  • Format: AC-3, Box set, Color, Dolby, DVD-Video, Widescreen, NTSC
  • Language: English
  • Region: Region 1 (US and Canada This DVD will probably NOT be viewable in other countries. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Number of discs: 6
  • MPAA Rating: NR
  • Studio: Paramount Pictures Home Entertainment
  • Release Date: Oct. 20 2009
  • Run Time: 983 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars 2 customer reviews
  • ASIN: B001G0MFME
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #12,940 in DVD (See Top 100 in DVD)
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Numb3rs: Season 5

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Awesome series and now own the whole six seasons. Good price and unbelieveably quick delivery. Thankyou.
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7 of 7 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0xa1f50b7c) out of 5 stars As solid as any season Nov. 20 2009
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Season 5 may be the most in depth of any of the seasons. After a shortened season 4 (for the same price), this full season is worth the money. Between the off the wall, but always helpful remarks of Larry, and the interactions between Colby and David, this season is at the top. If you are a Numbers fan, pick this season up, you won't be disappointed. The one change that some fans may not like is Meagan left the show, and is replaced by a somewhat irritating (in my opinion) former LAPD officer. The transition works. It allows the LAPD to become a slightly more important (and different) aspect than it once was.
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HASH(0xa1f50dc8) out of 5 stars Love those Epps brothers! Jan. 27 2010
By S. Peterson - Published on Amazon.com
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A former math teacher, I love to see a show that illustrates the usefulness of math and people actually enjoying math. This show does just that. I hope it never goes off the air. I buy every season when it comes out and watch it in a marathon - no commercial breaks, no missed episodes. BLISS!
3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0xa1f50d8c) out of 5 stars The best! May 12 2014
By S Kirsteen - Published on Amazon.com
This series has fresh material each episode with lots of action and suspense intermingled with science. I really appreciated the fact that Numb3rs does not find the need for foul language. The character interaction of the family and team members gives this series a depth and leads one to feel that one knows each person: the brothers, the father, the love interests. Then there was the time when Megan resigned – she left a hole for the rest of the series. When Colby was in trouble – ‘No, not Colby!’ I could go on and on but that would not be good. I highly recommend this season.
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HASH(0xa1f530fc) out of 5 stars Love the show, miss the commentary March 14 2010
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I love Numb3rs - it's one of my favorite shows ever. I was excited for the fifth season, but disappointed at the lack of audio commentary available. There are a few episodes with commentary, but not enough. This would not affect my decision to buy it again; it's just something to know ahead of time.
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HASH(0xa1f50f90) out of 5 stars This series never disappoints May 15 2014
By Mexirican Mami - Published on Amazon.com
I have loved every season of Numb3rs so far. It is easy to say that it's a crime drama at heart, but really it's so much more. There is the math aspect, that brings a different way of looking at crime-solving. It is done in such a way that doesn't feel like a math lesson; and I have every confidence that law enforcement makes use of such special consultants as they are available. The internal conflict of each character, and the relationships between them all is really what makes the show, and makes the show great. The different crimes just provide the backdrop to bring them all together. David Krumholtz as Charlie is excellent, as ever, in his portrayal of a mathematical genius who can become completely absorbed in his academic endeavors, and yet has found a growing sense of satisfaction and purpose in his work consulting with his brother for the FBI. Rob Morrow as Agent Don Eppes is believable, and his character goes through some changes in this particular season that seem to round him out more. It's nice to see the series growing and branching out from some of the familiar patterns, and yet maintaining the crux of what made it such a successful show. I have always had a soft spot for Judd Hirsch (who plays Alan, Don & Charlie's father) ever since I used to watch him in Taxi years ago, so I am happy to see his character become more prominent. He really has a way of making his on-screen moments count. Peter MacNicol (Professer Fleinhardt) and Navi Rawat (Amita Ramanujan) also perform brilliantly and add nice depth to the series, as well as the other characters. I love that Amita's character is a strong, confident and intelligent young woman, and yet she still has struggles with dating and decision making as many young women do. It feels real. Not one-dimensional, as if she's got the whole world figured out, or is just completely clueless. Fleinhardt is a great bridge character. He fits both in the analytical, academic world, and at the same time he is equally invested in the spiritual side of things. It is nice to see a character that straddles both sides of things, and does so believably. He brings a bit of whimsy to the show, and portrays how one can be invested in academia and science but still have faith and spirituality at the same time. It is nice for me particularly because I came to this series not expecting to like his character. Not for any other reason than I had not liked other characters I'd seen MacNicol portray previously. Alimi Ballard and Dylan Bruno as Agents David Sinclair and Colby Granger respectively have an easy time holding their own among this incredible cast. Their relationship as partners has gone through some changes, had some ups and downs, over the seasons and it's nice to see it settle into stable ground even as the characters themselves deal with their own individual issues. This season allows us to see a bit more of Sinclair, while the past has focused more on what is going on with Granger. Aya Sumika as Liz Warner and Sophina Brown as Nikki Betancourt add a nice touch of hard femininity to the show. They provide strong female characters that hold their own among this male dominated cast. While some of the characters may have less screen time, it is hard to imagine the show without any of them. They all do their part to add to the "believabilty" of the reality that is the show. Not one character feels expendable, and they all feel like real people and not caricatures of a particular trait. At this point in the series I am genuinely invested in each character, and knowing that there is only one more season gives me a small pang of sadness. I hope that the actors all enjoyed making this show as much as I have enjoyed watching them in it.


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