CSI: Miami

Season 6 Episode 3

Inside Out

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Aired Sunday 10:00 PM Oct 08, 2007 on CBS
8.9
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Horatio's son goes missing when a prison transport is attacked. Upon learning the identity of Kyle, he is targeted in order to get to Horatio, who must find Kyle before it is too late. Meanwhile, Ryan causes tension with his former colleagues when he is hired as an expert witness for the defense.moreless

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SUBMIT REVIEW
  • I'm doing this, Kyle... because I am your father.

    8.5
    Wooow, the boy finally finds out why Horatio is so interested in him and doesn't seem to be especially ruined by the news. The whole Prison Break-like atmosphere was gripping, wasn't it? Two episodes ego I was worried that the plot would disappoint me in the most important moment (of H. confessing the truth to Kyle) but now I see that the scene was neither too mushy nor dramatic (which would be just another kind of 'mushy'...).

    Looks like Ryan changed sides. Why? For money. People always do that. But I strongly believe that he's gonna be back "with us". And Tripps got beaten up. Not that I especially like him, but he was just doing H. a favor, did not deserve it.moreless
  • While being transported with a group of gang bangers to an area prison, Horatio's son Kyle manages to escape when the transport vehicle is ambushed. Elsewhere, with his wallet empty, Ryan is forced to work against the team as an expert defense witness.moreless

    8.5
    "Inside Out" is definitely the best episode of the season so far. As another review of this episode poined out, that's not saying much, but I believe it's a promising sign and I hope things continue to get better especially since the previous season was such a disappointment. It's going to be interesting to see how the writers and producers develop the character of Kyle Harmon. I hope the producers don't have him become a basic opposite of Horatio and make him a villan. I feel that's unneccesary and formulaic (almost a cliche). It's nice to enjoy CSI: Miami again.moreless
  • "Where's the boy?" "Where's the boy?" Really, guys, he has a name!

    9.4
    This is definitely better than the last two episodes. More Ryan angst! And this time he's being a expert material witness for $300 an hour. Natalia shouldn't have taken it as hard as she did. Technically, Ryan was doing her a favour. He helped her learn from her mistake. Evidence first. I'm really glad she didn't give What's-Her-DA's-Face any dirt on Ryan. I'm glad she's more mature than that. Emotion!Horatio! About time, even if it wasn't much. I wonder if we're going to see much more of Kyle. Probably prison visits from his dad. I missed out on the first five minutes of the show so I didn't really understand why people were rioting the bus and what not. Episode wasn't bad.moreless
  • Horatio's son is being convicted as are three other criminals. To protect him, Horatio sends Frank along on the prisoners bus, but the criminals escape. Horatio starts his search for his son while Frank struggles with shooting a innocent during the escapemoreless

    6.5
    Nice character development. I always like these episodes best in the CSI's because, unlike the regular episodes, they actually contribute to the story. I thought the crash was pretty cool but the escape itself was filmed pretty lame. The whole blur thing just didn't work for me. Anyway, I liked Horatio's confession to his son and him protecting him while following the law and sending him to prison. Conclusion; very cool episode, with, even though it's very small, a nice character development. But what really started to bother me is Wolfe's role. He's so whiny. Wauw, this is definatly the worst review I have ever written.moreless
  • 2 million in exchange to help releasing convicts out of prison. Then a deaf girl got shot... is the one who shot the girl, Tripp?? 4 convicts all around Miami, one of which is Kyle, H's boy. How will H find his son and the other convicts?moreless

    9.7
    I never thought that Kyle going to say something like "If I go to jail, I want you to walk me in" whoaaa... DNA plays great part... he got H's DNA, he cant be that bad... after all he walked back to police office... and giving himself in. And H is trying to do a bit of his part as a dad i think... by bringing his son to a barber... H asked Oscar to protect his son while he is in jail, by exchanging with the 'third strike' After his son's life in stake, kidnapped by Joe LeBrock... and then Eric said something like 'too late, Liutenant Caine has his own method' and then he and H talked about the murderer of Marisol, whom they followed and took care in Brazil. Nat, though she is mad with Ryan, with the possibility that Ryan put her in the situation and questioned for her protocol... she cant bring herself to say badword about Ryan. ^^moreless
David Caruso

David Caruso

Lieutenant Horatio Caine

Emily Procter

Emily Procter

Calleigh Duquesne

Adam Rodriguez

Adam Rodriguez

Eric "Delko" Delektorsky

Khandi Alexander

Khandi Alexander

Chief Medical Examiner Alexx Woods

Jonathan Togo

Jonathan Togo

Ryan Wolfe (Episodes 54+, Recurring Previously)

Rex Linn

Rex Linn

Detective Frank Tripp (Episode 98+ Recurring Previously)

Luis Fernando Moncada

Luis Fernando Moncada

Julio Rentoria

Guest Star

Joey Gaytan

Joey Gaytan

Trevor Battle

Guest Star

Aries Spears

Aries Spears

Oscar Monahan

Guest Star

Boti Bliss

Boti Bliss

Maxine Valera

Recurring Role

Evan Ellingson

Evan Ellingson

Kyle Harmon

Recurring Role

Christina Chang

Christina Chang

State's Attorney Rebecca Nevins

Recurring Role

Trivia, Notes, Quotes and Allusions

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  • TRIVIA (5)

    • When Natalia picks up the motorcycle keys, she leaves them in her car and doesn't even bother bagging them. Wolfe wouldn't have had to do a lot of work to get them thrown out as compromised evidence.

    • Goof: During the escape, there are problems with the timelime. After the prisioners get into the SUV and flight, Frank - still inside the bus - hears two gunshots (or maybe one with an echo), the he exits the bus, checks on the truck's driver, and them he sees someone with a gun and shoots - only to see the deaf girl falling. But, according to the actual shooter's statement, he shot the girls before the escapees got into the SUV.
      Also, what happened with Frank's shot? Where or who did it hit?

    • A group of particularly notorious gang-bangers wouldn't be transported to jail with only a driver and no other security. Horatio had Frank go along at the last minute, and he was the only other guard. There would have also been at least one or two other police escort vehicles as well.

    • At the arraignment, Kyle's case would have been presented to the judge by a prosecutor, not Frank. And Kyle would have been represented by a defense attorney who would have presented his case for bail. Especially as a 16 year old, he would not have been expected to speak for himself.

    • At 16, Kyle would have been segregated from adult prisoners, even if he was being charged as an adult.

  • QUOTES (9)

    • (at the crime scene)
      Ryan: Hey, Natalia.
      Natalia: You know you can't be here. Right?
      Ryan: (chuckles) Oh, come on, don't shoot. I come in peace here, all right?

    • Horatio: Ever been to Brazil, Joe?
      Joe: What?
      Horatio: Not long ago, someone that we both cared for greatly was killed by an animal like you.
      Eric: And we went down to Brazil, to hunt him.
      Horatio: He never left the country, Joe.
      Joe: So, what's that got to do with me?
      Horatio: If those scratches are from my son and anything has happened to him, I'm gonna come back to this room and you will leave it in a bag.

    • Natalia: Well, this will tell us who the shooter is. And then maybe I can testify for the defense. That'll be fun.
      Ryan: Listen, Natalia. At least consider the fact that I brought the gun to Tripp's attention, will ya?
      Natalia: Hmm. You want points for doing the right thing?
      Ryan: Hey. Hey! I follow the evidence no matter who pays me, okay? I'm doing my job. I haven't sold my soul. If Oscar's guilty, then he's guilty, alright?

    • Rebecca Nevins: You screwed up, Natalia.
      Natalia: No, I didn't. I...I had a friend turn on me.
      Rebecca Nevins: So return the favor. We discredit Ryan, I may still have a case against Oscar.
      Natalia: I can't do it.
      Rebecca Nevins: Just give me one negative on Wolfe.
      Natalia: I'm sorry.
      Rebecca Nevins: You should be. It's your career.

    • Calleigh: Did you see Julio and the two other fugitives leave in an SUV?
      Barry: No. But I saw one of 'em leave on my bike.
      Eric: They stole your motorcycle.
      Calleigh: Did you report it?
      Barry: If I did that, I'd be the joke of South Beach.
      Calleigh: We're talking about two dangerous felons. Do you see me laughing?

    • Horatio: So you're back in court on this Kyle Harmon thing.
      Rebecca Nevins: Yeah. What about him?
      Horatio: You are moving to try him as an adult.
      Rebecca Nevins: It was an adult crime, Horatio. He kidnapped a woman.
      Horatio: He is a child who was blackmailed into the situation.
      Rebecca Nevins: Regardless, he made a bad choice.
      Horatio: Children often do, don't they?

    • Horatio: Joe, I am attempting to give you a chance, so work with me on this.
      Joe LeBrock: I don't want it.
      Horatio: Okay. Then we have a big problem.
      Joe LeBrock: Why's that?
      Horatio: 'Cause I'm not leavin' this room without an answer.

    • Ryan: Well, as an expert witness in the, uh, Oscar Monahan theft case, I have the right to investigate the alleged crime scene.
      Frank: Alleged?
      Ryan: Yeah.
      Frank: Guy stole a motorcycle and dumped it here. Stay outside the perimeter until I get you an escort. (Ryan looks around the perimeter and finds a gun)
      Ryan: Oh, uh, Frank.
      Frank: Yeah. Well, that's a .45. Same caliber as the bullet they pulled out of the, uh, deaf girl.
      Ryan: Yeah.
      Frank: Looks like the joke's on you. Oscar tossed the murder weapon. Huh.
      Ryan: Yeah, listen. I have to follow this through to the processing.
      Frank: You're doing a bang-up job for the defense, Wolfe.
      Ryan: That's a nice haircut, Frank.
      Frank: Have a nice day.

    • Natalia: I found Oscar's epis on the keychain, so he stole the motorcycle from the jail bust breakout. You know, how, how you gonna challenge my analysis?
      Ryan: I'm not gonna challenge your analysis. I'm gonna challenge your protocol.
      Natalia: What do you mean?
      Ryan: You didn't take the evidence straight back to the lab, Natalia.
      Natalia: No, because I was running to the range appointment that you set up for me. Oh. That you set me up for.
      Ryan: What?
      Natalia: You set me up.
      Ryan: Wait, no. Wait a second. You think I'd actually do that? Are you kidding? Just get me the evidence so I can vet it, please. (Natalia hands it to him) Thank you.
      Natalia: You may put a fugitive back out on the street. You proud of yourself?

  • NOTES (3)

  • ALLUSIONS (1)

    • Frank: (Upon seeing Ryan, who is working as an expert witness for the defense) Well, if it's not Benedict Arnold.

      Benedict Arnold was a respected General in the Continental Army during the Revolutionary War. Arnold, believing the war was lost, commited treason by spying for, and eventually joining, the British Army.

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