CSI: Miami

Season 7 Episode 20

Wolfe's in Sheep's Clothing

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Aired Sunday 10:00 PM Mar 30, 2009 on CBS
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An unknown attacker causes Wolfe to cover up evidence of a crime to save a kidnapped child.

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  • THIS MADE ME SO MAD!!!

    2.0
    Okay CSI, if you're going to freaking torture a character like that, then you're supposed to have people actually notice. Seriously, did NO ONE realize that he was missing? Also, Calleigh and Eric were total douchebags to Ryan. This episode was a complete letdown; Nothing's really happened to Ryan except for the nail-gun thing, and it's nice to have a Ryan-centric episode, but it's a HUGE waste of time to make a Ryan-centric episode and then have everyone else be totally oblivious to the fact that he was kidnapped and tortured by the Russian mob. And I'm also guessing that this will never be revisited, meaning that it was a little bit pointless.moreless
  • Calleigh and Eric..... and Finally someone does what I have always wanted to... HIT RYAN!!

    10
    In this episode of CSI Miami, the following happens. We open this episode with Ryan being dumped out of a van. We see him going home, getting changed and heading into work. He has to go and destroy evidence in a case, in order to save the life of his friends little boy, Billy. We also open see Calliegh and Eric (HipHuggers) going about their general morning routine, together. The case that Ryan has to work on is that of a broker who was murdered. Soon the team start to see that things with Ryan aren’t quite right, when working on the case. Soon Ryan gets hold of Billy’s father and we learn that he dropped Billy off at school, and hasn’t seen him since. Soon Ryan is planting evidence to frame the security guard of the building where the murder took place. Soon we learn that Billy has been kidnapped and that he was taken before he even got into school. H is soon pulled into the case. Soon H tracks down here the boy is being held and manages to save him before the man holding him kills him. Soon Ryan hands over a key piece of evidence which he was hiding, and both Calliegh and Eric aren’t happy with him and so they order him out of their lab area. With this new evidence we learn that the assistant killed him, because her bosses told her too.moreless
  • Why is it always Ryan??? :-(

    7.0
    I was hoping for something a bit more special when I read the synopsis of this one. It was a good episode, but I feel like they've done the 'Ryan V The Rest of the Team' one too many times now. He'd no way still have a job if this was real life!



    I felt bad for him though, Jonathan did a good job of making us believe that destroying evidence was very difficult for Ryan. The plot was a little contrived though, I mean I could understand someone wanting evidence of a prior crime tampered with so that there would be no conviction, but I'm not sure anyone would go to all that trouble for a crime they haven't even committed yet.moreless
  • Poor Ryan.... always getting the short end of the stick.

    6.5
    The Russian mob comes back and is still after the team. They are using a case of proving a point as well as revenge to do it. But, I am getting tired of Ryan Wolfe always being portrayed as the bad cop. In this case yes he compromised a crime scene and had the team spinning in circles but he was attempting to save the life of an innocent child; a fact that was seemingly lost on both Eric and Calleigh. I found it ironic that Calleigh told Ryan he could tell her whatever was bothering him, indicating they were friends. But yet she had yet to be honest with him regarding her relationship with Eric. Horatio of course saves the little boy but still in the end Ryan's ethics and loyalties are called into question. Again.moreless
  • This one had me both being happy and pissed off... Bottom line, Ryan stole the show. Calleigh and Delko are idiots and I hope they come to their senses eventually and apologize to poor Ryan for acting like jack***es!moreless

    8.0
    This one had me both being happy and pissed off... I love the fact that Ryan got to be the main character and was placed in a place no one wants to be, forced to hide evidence in order to save a child's life.



    Ryan was tortured and tried his best to gather evidence to find the place he was being held while he was still being tortured by the Russians! Which was quite clever. I was pissed off for two things actually. For some reason I always hated Delko's character. Funny that each time Ryan's in trouble, Delko's the first to point the finger and dimish him. As if he didn't do something off himself before! And now that Calleigh is with Delko, come on, she used to try to understand things better and all, heck in normal situation she would have listened to him, but now being with that jack*** Delko, she seems to have changed a lot...



    Plus the fact that they were trying to reach Ryan, no one in their good mind ried to find Ryan at all. Come on, you knwo the Russians are out to get your team and you go home, sleep and not wonder where he was? What a load of bull crap!



    At least H understood the situation quickly and didn't judge without hearing the why, unlike the other two idiots.



    I might be Ryan biased, but funny how H always asked for Ryan's help when he faked his murder, and each time something big happens, H turns to Ryan every time. Remember finding the mole? That was ryan too who helped H.



    Ryan you can depend on everytime, Delko, never. Calleigh, I'm starting to wonder ever since she hooked up with the idiot.



    Bottom line, Ryan stole the show. Calleigh and Delko are idiots and I hope they come to their senses eventually and apologize to poor Ryan for acting like jack***es!moreless
Megalyn Echikunwoke

Megalyn Echikunwoke

Dr. Tara Price (Episodes 147+, Recurring Previously)

David Caruso

David Caruso

Lieutenant Horatio Caine

Emily Procter

Emily Procter

Calleigh Duquesne

Adam Rodriguez

Adam Rodriguez

Eric

Jonathan Togo

Jonathan Togo

Ryan Wolfe (Episodes 54+, Recurring Previously)

Rex Linn

Rex Linn

Detective Frank Tripp (Episode 98+ Recurring Previously)

J. Downing

J. Downing

Ian Warner

Guest Star

Emily Foxler

Emily Foxler

Cynthia Lang

Guest Star

Aaron Behr

Aaron Behr

Jim Colton

Guest Star

Wesley A. Ramsey

Wesley A. Ramsey

Dave Benton

Recurring Role

Josh Hopkins

Josh Hopkins

Mark Gantry

Recurring Role

Tanner Blaze

Tanner Blaze

Billy Gantry

Recurring Role

Trivia, Notes, Quotes and Allusions

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  • TRIVIA (1)

    • Goof: Horatio enters the partial plate search criteria as "GMC", "VAN", "WHITE" but the results display "GMC/VAM/WHITE/P039".

  • QUOTES (3)

    • Calleigh: Drop it! You're not wearing gloves.
      Ryan: I know, I know, it was just a weird mistake.
      Calleigh: You are one of the most meticulous people I have ever worked with. What are you doing?
      Ryan: What are you talking about,what am I doing? I made a mistake.
      Calleigh: You don't make mistakes. You certainly don't make mistakes like that.

    • Ryan: H, they are trying to break us.
      Horatio: And I say, bring it on.

    • (Ryan and Eric are discussing how the killer fled from the building)
      Eric: There is no human pancake on the sidewalk. So I think the guy base jumped.

  • NOTES (3)

    • David Zayas (Ben Porterson, one of the suspects) is best known for his role as Detective Sargent Angel Batista, of the Miami Metro Homicide Department Dexter).

    • International Episode Titles:
      Czech Republic: Vlk v rouše beránčím (Wolf in Sheep's Clothing)

    • Original International Air Dates:
      Denmark: June 23, 2009 on Kanal 5
      Finland: July 18, 2009 on Sub
      Slovakia: August 16, 2009 on JOJ
      Australia: September 27, 2009 on Channel 9
      Norway: December 29, 2009 on TVN
      Germany: April 6, 2010 on RTL
      United Kingdom: June 1, 2010 on Five
      Czech Republic: October 28, 2010 on TV Nova

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