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When Martin comes in contact with a homeless man who possesses the same obsession with numbers as Jake, he sets out on a series of seemingly unrelated tasks that connect an abused African woman, a group of African boys entering a dance competition and an outgoing woman at California's famed Coachella Valley Music and Arts Festival. Meanwhile, Teller (guest star Danny Glover) pays a visit to Jake's board-and-care facility and emotions run high for Clea.
The scene opens, and Martin gets a phone call, there is no one on the other line, and he thinks it was Jake and heads over to see him. When he gets there, Clea sees him and tells him the children are sleeping, he should leave. Martin is insistent that his child is communicating with him and he needs to see him. Clea warns him that the state could get tough, and then Martin asks can he please see his son. When Martin goes into the room, Jake is not there, Martin runs around the halls and finds Jake writing “3287″ over and over again on paper. Clea takes Jake back to his room and just before he turns the corner, he turns around and looks at his dad; Martin knows that the number is a message. Martin goes to see Teller and tells him about “3287″, Teller tells him that Jake is suffering until things are right, the numbers represent pain. ..Read the full recap