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Numb3rs: Longshot

When Don and his team investigate a murder at a horse track, they stumble onto more than just a plot of betting on fixed races. As Charlie digs deeper into the victim's life and discovers an elaborate gambling scheme, he realizes he has only uncovered part of the crime. Soon, he discovers a connection to a third party sending the case in a whole other direction. Larry becomes increasingly distracted by the lack of structure in his relationship with Megan.

Episode Info  

Episode number: 3x6
Production Number: 306
Airdate: Friday October 27th, 2006

Director: John Behring
Writer: J. David Harden

Alternate Airdates:

NL (Veronica) Apr 18, 2007
UK (Channel 5) Mar 03, 2008

Guest Stars
Aya SumikaAya Sumika
As Special Agent Liz Warner
Paul StatmanPaul Statman
As Ivan Tabakian
Cleo KingCleo King
As Rebecca James
Drew WoodDrew Wood
As Teller
Kit PaquinKit Paquin
As Sharrlyn Smith
Philip CasnoffPhilip Casnoff
As Maurice Connors
Tom TitoneTom Titone
As Sidney Boyd
Will CollyerWill Collyer
As Danny Roberts
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
Dylan BrunoDylan Bruno
As Colby Granger
Peter MacNicolPeter MacNicol
As Dr. Larry Fleinhardt
Diane FarrDiane Farr
As Megan Reeves
Episode Notes
The opening stats for this episode are: 6 furlongs, 6 winners, 6 bodies, pick 6

Paul Statman first appears as Ivan Tabakian.

Series regular Navi Rawat (Amita) does not appear in this episode.

ArtistSong TitlePlayed When
The Dandy WarholsBohemian Like You 

Episode Quotes
Larry: When it comes to matters of the heart, even Archimedes preferred a cold shower.

Charlie: Gotta go check on something. Gotta go find Don. So, I'm gonna be home later for dinner.
Alan: Okay... but I'm going out for dinner.

Sharrlyn: We're kind of an odd pair. Danny was outgoing and I was more the geek.
Megan: I've got something similar going on myself.

Larry: I take it Margaret was not a fan of the horses.
Alan: Ah, no. She was a big fan of college funds.

Larry: Horses going around a track puts me in mind of an acute childhood trauma.
Alan: Really? What happened?
Larry: I was 9. I was with my parents at a county fair and I saw a man get crushed.
Alan: Wow. By a horse?
Larry: Horses actually. Yeah, it was a merry go round.

Alan: Charlie, you can't account for everything.
Charlie: You can, if you can think of everything.

Larry: Lately I have been rethinking some of my earlier assumptions with regards to, I don't know, pure intellectual endeavor.
Alan: Oh, you've figured out that grown women won't make out in the back seats of cars, huh?
Larry: I just think I may have lost touch with certain important aspects of life in the real world.
Alan: hmm
Larry: Plus, my car... no backseat.

Larry: Thanks again for the use of the tub, Alan
Alan: I'd say "anytime" but you might think I meant it.

Megan: I would have guessed that a guy living in his car wouldn't need that much structure.

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