|"Homo Homini Lupis"|
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|Production number: E2113|
First aired: 3 March 2002
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An embezzling executive's wife and two daughters are kidnapped by a loan shark as collateral on a huge debt.
Main cast Edit
- Vincent D'Onofrio as Detective Robert Goren
- Kathryn Erbe as Detective Alexandra Eames
- Jamey Sheridan as Captain James Deakins
- Courtney B. Vance as A.D.A. Ron Carver
Guest cast Edit
- James Colby as Lucas Colter
- Ritchie Coster as Simon Matic
- Jordan Charney as Melvin Colter
- Marianne Hagan as Susan Colter
- Frank Pellegrino as Carl Pettijohn
- Stephi Lineburg as Maggie Colter
- Andrew Pang as Kenneth Shen
- Angela Bullock as Harkan Fereli
- Joe Richards as Detective Marinoff
- Jerry Shulman as Roy Rose
- Selenis Leyva as Isabella Costas
- Mimi Quillin as Danita Swinton
- Harry S. Murphy as Gene Starling
- Bailey Slattery as Sarah Colter
- Alberto Vazquez as Nicky Torres
- C. Kavanagh Harris as Rick
- Jordan Gelber as Phil
- Suzanne Shepherd as Joan
- Jay Boryea as Other Serb
"The dominoes are falling Mr. Pettijohn, you want to get ahead of them ... before they fall on you."
- - Ron Carver
"That’s a tough little girl. Mr. Matic’s rambling days are over."
"Ten years too late."
- - Ron Carver and Alexandra Eames
"You’re not weak. You’re strong. You lived through it."
- - Robert Goren
Background information and notes Edit
- Presumably the episodes title is a misquotation of Thomas Hobbes's famous "Homo Homini Lupus Est," Latin for: "man is a wolf to [his fellow] man." Hobbes' observation in turn echoes a line from Plautus claiming that men are inherently selfish. As is stands, the title is awkward and ambiguous and could be translated as: "man is with wolves as man sees it," "man is for man as far as wolves are concerned," or even "a man sees something human in wolves."
- The script from "Homo Homini Lupis" was used for the Paris enquêtes criminelles second season episode "Blessure secrète".
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