Numb3rs S02, Ep18 – All’s Fair

Show: Numb3rs
Season: 2
Episode: 18
Title: All’s Fair
Original Air Date: March 31, 2006


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Favorite Quotes:

* Larry: 9, 9, 9, 9.
Alan: Back off rain man.

* Megan: Give me some good old fashioned red necked chauvinism any day.

* Colby: We’re pretty sure she was on the phone with him when she was killed.
Charlie: He heard his wife being killed?

* Megan: We’re not going to just let you go out and murder someone.


Synopsis: A woman walks to her car at a hotel, it has diplomatic plates. On the drive she sees all kinds of people. She arrives at her destination, but while walking she is killed. At the house, Charlie, Larry, Alan and Don are watching a sporting event. Charlie’s old girlfriend, Susan Berry, is in town. Don and his team are called to the scene. The victim’s cousin is upset because her body has not been covered yet. Don yells for someone to cover the body. At Don’s office, they learn there were death threats against the woman. She was trying to further women’s rights in Muslim. Don meets with the cousin. Megan goes to meet with an Iman at a mosque. At first, he ignores Megan because she is a woman. Charlie goes to the reading that his ex-girlfriend is doing. Coly determines that the victim was on a call when she was killed. He also found a possible murder weapon. Colby tells Don that the boots and knife are American military issue and he’s worried. Don checks with her cousin again. There is a link to the American military, a case she was helping them with. Colby checks in with an old friend at the base. Colby gets stonewalled by his friend. At Charlie’s office they are all working with students on the equation. Susan Berry shows up. Amita and Larry are both curious. Colby calls Megan and tells her about the classified file on the victim. Everyone is a bit confused by everything. Meanwhile, Charlie is at the house with Susan. He tells her about the math he’s working on right now and she is intrigued. Alan comes in and interrupts. Back at the college, Larry is trying to recreate the steps with Colby. Larry thinks the killer is only 5-9 and weighing 170 pounds. Her work with the military keeps popping up, but it’s all cloak and dagger. Larry relocates to a small pool and it generates an idea. He runs back to his office where Colby is still waiting. Larry proves that it’s not someone in the military who committed the murder. Don goes to see the cousin again. She tells him that her cousin was married to Joe, the missing escort. The murder could have been an honor killing. Charlie has come up with a list of the most likely to have committed the crime. It’s got 18 names on it. Charlie has realized that Carnes, her husband, is tracking who killed her. Colby goes to visit one of Carnes’s friends. Turns out he’s hiding in the guys apartment. Colby gives chase. They wind up fighting. He goes with Colby for questioning. He tells them about the case she was working on that most likely caused her murder. Megan leaves so that Colby can talk to him. Joe asks him to square it with the Army so that he can go to his wife’s funeral. He then tells Colby who it was. Don talks to her cousin again. She has a plan to get the killer to come out in the open. Back at the school, Susan stops by again. She tells him about someone she’s been seeing and apologizes for leading him on. At the mosque, they set up the sting. Don is driving her to the service. Getting her inside is a challenge and a gun is fired. Megan spots the shooter. He tires to take out Megan but she gets her rounds off first, perfect to the center. Her cousin took a bullet to the vest but she will be ok. She decides to carry on her cousins work back in Iraq. At the house, they all discuss Susan. They both tease her because he has both Susan and Amita around and doesn’t peruse either. Alan announces he has a date.

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