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Rob Morrow on Directing “Necessary Roughness” with John Stamos

Rob Morrow talks with StarCam’s Jennifer Tapiero at A Night at Sardi’s Alzheimer’s Association Event about which song he’s performing, how he handles nerves, and what he’s working on next.

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  • Larry: Hey Don, are you familiar with quantum entanglement?
  • Don : No, I don't think so. I'm not sure.
  • Larry: Okay. It's a theory that holds: that photons come in pairs. They're separated by space and time, but always in instantaneous inexplicable communication. Einstein calls it, "spooky action at a distance." But you know I find the notion romantic.
  • Don: How so?
  • Larry: We effect each other, even when we don't mean to, even when we don't want to. We're connected. Even when we try to be unaffected.
  • Don: Why do I get the feeling that you're talking about my love life?
  • Larry: Don, the universe is accelerating at such a rate, that someday, eventually, it will all fly apart. And all matter will just drift alone and become disconnected. How sad that would be if humans being were to behave in a similar fashion? I find, that the risks of human contact are more than compensated for, by the rewards.

stardreamer28:

new numb3rs video I did. hope ya’ll enjoy

stardreamer28:

yet another video. done within 12 hrs, while being sick so I think it came out pretty good. hope ya’ll like!!

liveisajourneymakeitagoodone:

One of the coolest TV Shows ever !!!

liveisajourneymakeitagoodone:

One of the coolest TV Shows ever !!!

lylemaze:

Charlie: I then did a simple brute force analysis.
Don: Brute force?
Charlie: I just went on the internet and googled the set of numbers.

Charlie Eppes (David Krumholtz) and Don Eppes (Rob Morrow) (NUMB3RS 1x11 Sacrifice)

  • [Don is grinning like Cheshire Cat, while Alan remains victoriously calm. They have just played a clever game of distraction to beat Charlie at a round of Chess]
  • Charlie Eppes: Oh yeah, I see...you guys are ganging up on me huh? What, you did that on purpose, that little distraction thing huh? [Playing the part of the Brother/Son, betrayed] That's good.
  • Alan Eppes: Oh come on...Charlie chess is not just about moving pieces you know...
  • Charlie Eppes: Well you know what, this is the last game...I'm not playing it. [Now Alan is smiling as he tries to convince his younger son to be reasonable. They both seem amused. Don answers a call from work]
  • Don Eppes: Alright, I'll be there in twenty minutes. [Hangs up the phone and addresses his family] Alright, guys, sorry, hate to win and run, but I gotta go.[Stands and heads to the door.]
  • Charlie Eppes: Didn't you just get off work?
  • Don Eppes: Yeah well now I'm back on.
  • Alan Eppes: Well I guess you gotta do what you gotta do...
  • Don Eppes: [Reaches the door as he puts on his jacket] Sorry. Look I'll call you guys later, maybe we can grab a bite to eat, alright?
  • Alan Eppes: Right.
  • Charlie Eppes: Don’t worry, I’ll take care of the old man while you’re gone.
  • Don Eppes: Alright see ya guys. [Don leaves as Alan sits up in his seat.]
  • Alan Eppes: Old man?
  • Charlie Eppes: I use it strictly as a term of endearment, Father.
  • Alan Eppes: Well you better prepare yourself, my little boy, because...this old man’s gonna kick your ass.
  • Charlie Eppes: [Smirking] Oh yeah? What, are you gonna cheat again?
  • Alan Eppes: No, I’m gonna get the Scrabble board. [He stands to retrieve the one game Charlie has no chance at winning.]
  • Charlie Eppes: (Looks panicked) ‘Cause, uh, Scrabble’s missing a piece.
frames-of-justice:

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  • Charlie Eppes: There's something else that has to be considered.
  • Don Eppes: Like what?
  • Charlie Eppes: Heisenberg's uncertainty principle. Heisenberg noted that the act of observation will effect the observed; in other words, when you watch something, you change it, and uh, uh, for example, an electron, you know, you can't really measure it without bumping into it in some small way. Any physical act of observation requires interaction with a form of energy, like light, and that will change the nature of the electron, its path of travel.
  • Don Eppes: Hold on. You know I got, like, a C in physics, so just take me through how this relates to the case.
  • Charlie Eppes: Don, you've observed the robbers. They know it. That will change their actions.