Amita's parents come to visit, which becomes a secondary theme throughout most of the season. Near the end of the season, Don's girlfriend from season 2, Robin Brooks, returns. Charlie attends FBI training camp because he has been working with Don for several years and wants to better understand what his brother does.
In the season finale, Megan leaves the team to move back to Washington, D.
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Charlie gets his security clearance back after he and Don fight FBI Security Officer Carl Mc Gowan. The team adds new agent Nikki Betancourt, who arrives shortly after Megan Reeves' departure. Buck Winters (from the episodes, "Spree" and "Two Daughters") breaks out of prison and comes after Don.
Alan suddenly finds himself coaching Cal Sci's basketball team. DARPA tries to recruit Charlie, but he turns down their offer.
Brothers Ridley and Tony Scott produced Numbers; its production companies are the Scott brothers' Scott Free Productions and CBS Television Studios (originally Paramount Network Television, and later CBS Paramount Network Television).
The show focuses equally on the relationships among Don Eppes, his brother Charlie Eppes, and their father, Alan Eppes (Judd Hirsch), and on the brothers' efforts to fight crime, normally in Los Angeles.
He is subsequently arrested and has his security clearance revoked, so he can no longer help Don on cases.
At the end of the episode, Don drives away to another case and Charlie admits that giving up FBI work will be harder than he expected.
Meanwhile, Don dates Agent Liz Warner and questions his ethics and self-worth, and receives counseling.
Charlie sees Don's therapist and the two understand one another more.
Charlie and Amita intensify their relationship, as do Larry and Megan, especially after Megan's kidnapping.