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.

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Then you decided to go out with the guy afterwords, which even before this you go out with him and blab about Charlie as if you even have a right too.

I still don't understand how anyone could say Amita was right for Charlie, she was a know it all most of the time and seemed to take Charlie's love for her for granted in every situation.

And seemingly winded up hurting him more than anything else with her small actions.

Even after Numb3rs is well and over, I still can't get over how much Amita, as a character sucks.

In short, rec me some S4 episodes that don't involve Amita? Ofcourse this leaves me doubting if I should actually continue watching beyond season one?

Edit: Arrgh the emasculation of Charlie in Robin Hood makes me want to cry Is it sad that I'm looking forward to the premiere so that I may complain about whatever Charmita issue that arises? I don't know if any of you ever watched The Sentinel years ago, but for those who did, Amita reminds me of Maya.

Anyway, I hope it's ok to ask this here but does anyone know of any anti-amita fanfic?

Thank God this community is still up so even years later I can rant about her.

Is Amita surgically attached to Charlie throughout season 4, or am I just watching the wrong episodes?

Been catching up on a few in between studying for finals (at least I can feel partially like I'm doing something intellectual XD), and it seems we rarely get a scene with Charlie that doesn't manage to have Amita slobbering all over him. Hi all, I've only just started watching the first season of Numb3rs and got an immediate bad feeling about Amita.

I'm not against our boys having relationships, but I miss the other interaction we used to get with Charlie and Don, and Charlie and Larry, being offset by a minor character (whom I was ambivalent to in the beginning, but now have a strong dislike for) TPTB is forcing upon us. Going from what I've read about season two and three, this feeling isn't unjustified.