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Numb3rs: Better Or Worse

Don and his team must find who is responsible for kidnapping the family of a jewelry store owner before they are killed.

A robbery at a jewelry store turns out to be a kidnapping when the store owner's wife and young daughter are abducted. But when Don and his team get deeper into the investigation, they discover that the heist may not have been a complete surprise to the owner. Meanwhile, Charlie and Amita have their first official date. They agree not to talk about work. Unfortunately, the date goes badly because they seem to have nothing else to discuss, leaving Charlie wondering what to do.

Episode Info  

Episode number: 2x2
Production Number: 203
Airdate: Friday September 30th, 2005

Alternate Airdates:

DE (Sat. 1) Jan 11, 2007
NL (Veronica) Jan 18, 2009

Guest Stars
Dylan BrunoDylan Bruno
As Colby Granger
Claire LautierClaire Lautier
As Erica Logan
Elizabeth WoodElizabeth Wood
As On-Air Reporter
George CoeGeorge Coe
As Stephen Logan
Jay KarnesJay Karnes
As Martin Rausch
Jennifer SiebelJennifer Siebel
As Diane Rausch
Kelly VanKirkKelly VanKirk
As Brian Reynolds
Madison DavenportMadison Davenport
As Julia Rausch
Mike DamusMike Damus
As Remy Logan
Paulette IvoryPaulette Ivory
As Claudia
Main Cast
Rob MorrowRob Morrow
As Don Eppes
David KrumholtzDavid Krumholtz
As Charlie Eppes
Judd HirschJudd Hirsch
As Alan Eppes
Alimi BallardAlimi Ballard
As David Sinclair
Navi RawatNavi Rawat
As Amita Ramanujan
Peter MacNicolPeter MacNicol
As Dr. Larry Fleinhardt
Diane FarrDiane Farr
As Megan Reeves
Episode Notes
Opening numbers:
3.2 million Gambling addicts
116 Jewelry heists
53K Average gambling debt
1 Polaroid

Episode References
While posing as a delivery guy, David Sinclair (Almi Ballard) briefly reassumes the role of Herbal Thought, a Rastafarian bike messenger whom he played in Dark Angel.

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