Based on the real life of Walter O'Brien, a genius with an IQ of 197. Walter is asked by Homeland Security to put together a special group of gifted individuals to troubleshoot the most difficult problems that the US & the world may encounter.
This team is pure genius.
Did You Know?
When Sylvester Dodd gives the nun his paycheck for something "fun and safe" at the end of Scorpion: Single Point of Failure
(2014), the address on the check is 909 Aculeus Street, Los Angeles CA 90013. In astronomy, Aculeus (NGC 6405, also known as the "Butterfly Cluster") is an open cluster of stars in the constellation Scorpius. There is no Aculeus Street in Los Angeles. See more
US Special Agents like Cabe was are required to retire from that position at age 57. This means that during season 2 Robert Patrick
could no longer be a special agent on the team. See more
My name is Walter O'Brien. I have the fourth-highest IQ ever recorded: 197. Einstein's was 160. When I was 11, the FBI arrested for me for hacking NASA to get their blueprints for my bedroom wall. Now I run a team of geniuses, tackling worldwide threats only we can solve. Toby's our behaviorist. Sylvester's a human calculator. Happy, a mechanical prodigy. Agent Cabe Gallo is our government handler. And Paige? Well, Paige isn't like us; she's normal. She translates the world for us, while we ...
Scorpion End Credits Theme
Written by Brian Tyler
and Tony Morales See more