Even after Numb3rs is over, I still rewatch it and have a fiery hate towards Amita. I mean, all through out Season 1 she threw out hints that they weren't a teacher/student anymore.
She wanted to show oblivious Charlie she was interested, and Charlie took notice and even when their date went awkward he didn't give up trying.
He still lives with their father, Alan, in the family home.
Then instead of seeing past the awkward date/her not working on her social life issue when Charlie is hurting and upset that his work was being set up in flames instead of consoling or comforting him over it/giving him encouragement that he can fix it all she can say is "He's right you know."How nice of you to rub that in his face, after he gets embarrassed and hurt through that whole seminar.As Don and his team try to apprehend the man, a disgruntled man who was talking to the con man, feeling he was cheated, comes barreling on Don and the suspect knocking everyone to the ground.In the process Don's loses his Glock, which he sees a passerby retrieve and walk away with the gun.In fact, the Mazzollas have been living next door to a bully that is feared through the neighborhood. who has an interest in bringing the neighbor to justice using Don's weapon. The creative team must have known the show was canceled and they went for cute, instead of action.One of the creators of the series, Nicholas Falacci directed the material he wrote with Cheryl Heuton. Charlie and Amita's new careers take them to England.Don Eppes' gun turns up in a few unexpected places where it has been used to commit a crime.Charlie, who will be leaving for London with Amita in a few days, gets involved in trying to trace the weapon.Charlie gets an idea that Ian missed a shooting in Wyoming.At the office, the team learns that Crystal was Buck's high school teacher and that they killed Buck's father before beginning their robbery spree.At the start of the series he has only recently transferred to LA after being the Agent in Charge of the Albuquerque office; he wanted to be closer to his family during the illness of his mother and stayed after her death.Don's brother, Charlie Eppes, is a math genius and former child prodigy; he is a professor of mathematics at Cal Sci University (a fictional Cal Tech), and contracts with the FBI to help his brother's team.