I don't mind, actually. Like Adam said in an interview, not everyone is perfect. I like Ryan's complexity. It makes him very real to me. I think he's a guy you can relate to, as opposed to Horatio. His humanity makes him a good character to me. Most people, when cornered, tend to lie. So I don't think it's the writers trying to bring the character down. I think they just want to make him more human and it really worked. Ryan is a good guy with a knack for getting into trouble. I think that's happened to every one of us at one point in our lives. But who can say they can relate to Horatio? Bottom line, it's his propensity to stumble that makes him more real to me. I mean, we're always complaining that Horatio's too perfect and never screws up.