CBS has ordered a pilot about a team of exceptionally clever people.
Scorpion has been written by Prison Break's and will be executive produced by , creator of the popular Sleepy Hollow TV series.
The plot follows an eccentric genius who battles, alongside an international network of other geniuses, against the complex threats of modern times.
Hearing of this story line has prompted some (one) to ask: what is the correct plural of the word genius, anyway?
According to the Miriam-Webster dictionary, the word 'Genius' has different meanings. It can refer to people that are extremely clever, in which can the plural is Geniuses. But in Latin the word was more often used to refer to 'the attendant spirit of a place', and the plural for this use of the word is still Genii.
Which meaning do you think Santora was going for? Give your thoughts on these, and any other issues, below.