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13 February 2012 @ 05:26 am
Even after Numb3rs is over, I still rewatch it and have a fiery hate towards Amita.

Particularly when watching Convergence.

I mean, all through out Season 1 she threw out hints that they weren't a teacher/student anymore. She wanted to show oblivious Charlie she was interested, and Charlie took notice and even when their date went awkward he didn't give up trying.

First with the tickets, which is a highly thoughtful gesture that he mentioned to her which she choose to not say anything, even though Charlie has always expressed interest in her, and then lets him down without so much as a word with "I have something planned I didn't believe you get them anyway." Seriously, what a bitch.

Then instead of seeing past the awkward date/her not working on her social life issue when Charlie is hurting and upset that his work was being set up in flames instead of consoling or comforting him over it/giving him encouragement that he can fix it all she can say is "He's right you know."

How nice of you to rub that in his face, after he gets embarrassed and hurt through that whole seminar. 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. Thank God this community is still up so even years later I can rant about her.
18 May 2008 @ 06:00 pm
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.

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.

In short, rec me some S4 episodes that don't involve Amita?

Edit: Arrgh the emasculation of Charlie in Robin Hood makes me want to cry >_<. Omggzzz where's Amitaaaa I need her help *whine*
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03 September 2007 @ 07:33 pm
Is it sad that I'm looking forward to the premiere so that I may complain about whatever Charmita issue that arises? I mean, yay Don (and I really mean that: YAY DON!) but ranting about Charmita... Mhm. I miss it.
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10 March 2007 @ 11:54 am
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And for those wondering about Larry ....Collapse )
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28 February 2007 @ 01:18 pm

Hi all,

I've only just started watching the first season of Numb3rs and got an immediate bad feeling about Amita. Going from what I've read about season two and three, this feeling isn't unjustified.
Ofcourse this leaves me doubting if I should actually continue watching beyond season one?

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?

25 February 2007 @ 08:22 pm
Okay, I finally didn't care about the crime that was taking place in Numb3rs - and it was all because of the sofa:

Charlie: I did some local analytical models of packeted retransmissions for several services.
Amita: *pretends to be impressed and a condescending voice* Would you like to tag along?
Charlie: Only if you don't think I'll be in the way.
*he follows her out like a dog on a leash*

After that, I just watched the scenes with Don. I didn't care about anything else, because they were going to Amita for help with Charlie had been shown to be doing highly advanced computer work for the FBI THIS season.

If THAT is what Dareal, Nick, and Cheryl were referring to in something that's going to improve people's opinions on Amita - they failed miserably.
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21 February 2007 @ 05:01 pm
I just wanted to say that, as angry I am at Alan for staying and not recognizing the Look on Charlie's face, I am PISSED at Amita, for inviting/telling Alan to stay, and then having the gall to put the blame on Charlie.

How does she get off on inviting her boyfriend's father to stay after he interrupted them, and then tell Charlie that he has a weird view on a romantic evening?
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18 February 2007 @ 12:05 pm
Okay, I must be getting ballsy lately:

Originally Posted by farwest
I guess some people have trouble with the concept that there might be more than one genius at a place like CalSci (or maybe they have problems with a woman being a genius)

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We don't have a problem with a woman being a genius. I think it's great that women can be portrayed as being smart, but that's not what we're seeing in Amita. She swoops in to 'save the day,' coming across as being smarter than Charlie. That was NEVER supposed to be the case.

This show was NOT originally an ensemble, and it WASN'T a show about relationships. It was a show about Don using Charlie's UNIQUE and GENIUS mathematical skills to help him solve difficult cases. That was the premise of the show, but if Amita is supposed to be smarter than Charlie, then why is Charlie there in the first place? Why not have the new premise of the show be 'An FBI agent recruits his brother's genius GIRLFRIEND to help solve cases?'

A lot of people watched this show because it was about Don and Charlie. I don't mind the occasional insight into other characters, but this show was to focus on Don and Charlie, not their relationships or anything like that. This is Numb3rs, not Moonlighting with math thrown in for the heck of it.

- - - -

Let's see how quickly I get berated ....
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09 February 2007 @ 11:11 pm
My beef with Amita just seems to grow with every week.

First of all, and AGAIN, Charlie can't do jacks*** without Amita coming in and say 'you're missing something, and it's up to me to make sure you find it.' Anyone with half a brain would know to track a victim as well as a suspect - that's FORENSICS 101; not only did Charlie look stupid, but so did the FBI.

Second, Amita whining about people talking about her and Charlie. Um, let's see ... you're dating your former thesis advisor, and you're working in the same school as he is. Did you honestly think that people were NOT going to talk about you?

Oh, wait, I forgot ... you're little Miss Naive Mary Sue Who Never Does Anything Wrong And Has A Martyr Heart Of Gold.

*rolls eyes*

Episode should be 'End of Watching,' because I am so very close to ending MY watch of the show. What they've been doing lately is making obtaining samples of DNA in a few minutes on CSI look realistic.
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03 February 2007 @ 08:57 pm
"Since when did you become my conscience?"
"About the same time we started making out."

"Since when did you figure out how to get me to do exactly what you want?"
"About the same time you realized that I'll take the yummy away if you don't. Two words, Chuck: DOG. HOUSE."

That scene just disgusted me. Worse was that because it was for a legitimate cause-- pharmacompanies suck ass and exploitation of third-world countries is a no-no-- I feel icky about ragging on Amita for it. Is it just impossible for her to be for something without seeming like she's throwing herself on the cross for it?

"And you're against it?" "Well someone has to be." Yeah, but you weren't asked, dear. If Millie had wanted your opinion she would have asked you. It's only because you've got Charlie's balls in your iron grip that you ever came into the equation. And she said it with that defensive tone, like she was upset that her boyfriend wasn't siding with her, and that she was the only one who cared and therefore the lone woman against the tank kind of martyr.

I don't know if I'm just nitpicking, or what... I try to look at things objectively when it comes to her because I am so displeased with her character, but the lack of chemistry, especially in scenes like that...

It's just ugh to me.
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