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“We all use math every day; to predict weather, to tell time, to handle money. Math is more than formulas or equations; it’s logic, it’s rationality, it’s using your mind to solve the biggest mysteries we know.”

I have been watching this show ever since it started and it really get to me every single time I watched, what really got to me is the family ties and relationships in it, it is not the romantic sappy relationships that is packed in these shows but the basic brother to brother relationship in which the little brother is trying to impress and get to know his big brother who were worlds apart and had nothing in common but now they just tend to bump in each other more and more everyday. What I really also like about this show how tight this family is no matter how different the three of them are they manage to huddle around the dining table at the end of the day or share a game of scrabble and beers. This what gets to me the tightness the intimacy that we all miss in our lives.. That is why Ladies and Gents I am going to talk to you today about

It is an American television show produced by brothers Ridley and Tony Scott. It follows FBI Special Agent Don Eppes (Rob Morrow) and his mathematical genius brother, Charlie Eppes (David Krumholtz), who helps Don solve crimes for the FBI. I love how enthusiastic and obsessive Charlie can be and feel for him when he is distant and unable to understand the human emotions sometimes and how puzzled he is by the motives of his fellow humans which somehow reminds me of myself..

Amazingly my favorite character in the show is Professor Larry Fleinhardt (Peter MacNicol) who is a theoretical physicist and cosmologist at CalSci. Charlie’s former mentor and now best friend, he also consults frequently for the FBI. I love how he always tends to focus Charlie’s attention to something that is more into the human world rather than the numbers world like the following:

“Okay, well, Charles, you are a mathematician, you’re always looking for the elegant solution. Human behavior is rarely, if ever, elegant. The universe is full of these odd bumps and twists. You know, perhaps you need to make your equation less elegant, more complicated; less precise, more descriptive. It’s not going to be as pretty, but it might work a little bit better. Charlie, when you’re working on human problems, there’s going to be pain and disappointment. You gotta ask yourself, is it worth it? “

However do not be fooled as he is not too connected to the human relationship himself as he once left someone cause they had great sex and statistically speaking it is not going to get any better and more frequent. A refreshing show that makes me think that families fit into our world once again..


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