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The cops. The cars. The clothes. Miami Vice is the explosive, groundbreaking detective show that redefined the word "cool." Set against the seamy and steamy Miami underworld, ride shotgun with suave Vice cops Sonny Crockett and Rico Tubbs as they battle a never-ending gallery of criminals. Set to an electrifying soundtrack of rock legends, including Glenn Frey, Phil Collins, U2 and Peter Gabriel, every episode crackles with excitement and stylish flair.
The series pilot finds Crockett and Tubbs drawn into an uneasy partnership by a common target: a drug kingpin responsible for killings that hit close to home for both men.
Crockett and Tubbs must rely on a big-talking small-time hustler to help them solve a series of drug-related murders.
A hired killer's hastily abandoned briefcase contains an eight-name list: the first six are dead drug dealers; the eighth is Sonny Crockett.
The detectives trace drug kingpin Calderone to a Caribbean island, where the vengeful Tubbs gets caught up in a dangerous romance.
Crockett gets set up to receive a "payoff" from a racketeer while trying to settle the gambling debt of an old friend.
Crockett and Tubbs form an uneasy alliance with Federal agents in the pursuit of an arms dealer looking to move ground-to-air missiles.
Crockett's entry fee---$25,000 provided by the department---is on the line in a speedboat competition that may be a cover for a drug pickup.
Crockett and Tubbs wade through the Everglades after a witness who bolted from custody and must testify in 48 hours.
In court, Crockett refuses to identify an informant and spends more time in jail than the drug dealer he's trying to bust. Meanwhile, Gina tries to nail a ruthless crime kingpin.
Crockett thinks that a wealthy industrialist's son nailed in a heroin bust could lead them to bigger connections in the supply network.
Two naive New Yorkers hope for one big score running coke from Colombia to Miami.
A series of busts leads Crockett and Tubbs to a drug-related hit that reveals a side of Castillo they've never seen before.
A drug kingpin brings Castillo's wife---who was thought to be dead---to Miami as insurance against police interference.
Crockett and Tubbs pose as drug smugglers to smoke out whoever has been killing drug dealers and their families.
Tubbs is reunited with an old flame, an NYPD detective looking for her missing sister, while he and Crockett search for a call girl's killer.
Tubbs is taken hostage by a gang in an abandoned hotel, thanks to the would-be heroics of a cop trying to avenge his partner's murder.
By day, Switek and Zito supervise a pair of jive-talking master informants; by night, they're sharing quarters with Switek's girl friend---who's also Zito's ex.
Castillo clashes with Crockett's former mentor, who's heading an investigation into a series of burglaries.
When three drug-crazed teens go on a murderous rampage, Tubbs feels as if he's working alone---Crockett's mind is on his new love.
An undercover Fed poses complications for a weapon sting and for Crockett, who bears a grudge for the man.
Crockett and Tubbs are assigned to protect a crime boss subpoenaed to testify against a rival.
John Diehl(Det. Lawrence "Larry" Zito)
Don Johnson(Det. James "Sonny" Crockett)
Saundra Santiago(Det. Gina Navarro Calabrese)
Edward James Olmos(Lt. Martin Castillo)
Philip Michael Thomas(Det. Ricardo "Rico" Tubbs)
Michael Talbott(Det. Stanley "Stan" Switek)
Olivia Brown(Det. Trudy Joplin)
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