4 out of 5 stars
The conclusion of Numb3rs season three led to the conclusion of Charlie and Don’s conflict about their own past. Forgiving one’s past is great, but it is the renegotiation of their roles and the future that now takes precedence within this season. Our previous understandings of these characters was them as boys, now they take on the roles of men in their work and own lives.
Whilst Charlie and Don are undergoing their own relationship metamorphosis, Charlie and Amita’s romance is also deepening and expanding. It truly is a meeting of the minds. Where some shows emphasise the romantic aspects of a relationship, Amita and Charlie’s ability to communicate about their passions and intellect is what I personally really enjoy in a relationship. Likewise, whilst Charlie is inarguably brilliant, Amita is able to hold her own against him and even put him back in his place when his ego begins to match his intellect.
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