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1. Law & Order: Special Victims Unit (1999 TV Series)
Episode: Ghost (2005)
When a wealthy couple is found dead in their home, Benson and Stabler soon realize that their deaths are connected to a drug smuggling ring. Eventually the road leads back to the same drug dealers who forced a former assistant district attorney into hiding, and Alex Cabot comes home to face her enemies.
2. Brooklyn Nine-Nine (2013 TV Series)
Episode: The Big House Pt. 2 (2017)
When the warden asks Jake to investigate Romero's drug smuggling operation, Jake and Caleb find themselves caught between the loyalty Jake has sworn to both of them. Meanwhile, Amy is offered a deal by a local mobster who claims he can prove that Hawkins is guilty, but Holt and the rest of the gang think they have a safer plan.
3. Chicago P.D. (2014 TV Series)
Episode: A Night Owl (2016)
While working at a sobriety checkpoint, Burgess finds a duffel bag full of heroin in the truck of a respected college professor who claims to know nothing about how the drugs ended up there. Voight decides to hold off on charging the unlikely suspect and Olinksy and Antonio follow up on a lead to see who is behind the drug smuggling. At District, Roman expresses his desires to become a Field Training Office to Platt and Mouse sets Halstead up with an off duty security job working for the attractive owner of a medical marijuana clinic
4. Chicago P.D. (2014 TV Series)
Episode: Thirty Balloons (2014)
Atwater and Burgess are given a new patrol car, but are challenged with keeping it brand new. A run in with a psychotic woman leads the Intelligence Unit to discover a drug smuggling operation which has put several girl's lives in peril. Voight's overprotective act with Lindsay leads her right where he doesn't want as she also helps to keep Justin out of trouble. Meanwhile on stakeout, things get tense between Olinsky and Ruzek as Olinski tries to teach him the finer points of surveillance.
5. Major Crimes (2012 TV Series)
Episode: The Ecstasy and the Agony (2012)
Major Crimes investigates the murder of Ilon Strauss who was shot when he opened the door to his house thinking it was his driver picking him up for work. Strauss ran a financial business with his long-time business partner Ilya Blum, but when the FBI showed up, Sharon learns that Strauss had agreed to give evidence against his partner and others, all of whom are members of an Israeli gang involved in drug smuggling. The Strauss' were to go into the witness protection program - something Strass' wife Roma told her 'life' coach, Thorn Woodson who, in turn, mentioned it to several others. In the middle if the investigation, Sharon also has to deal with her ward, Rusty, who faces trouble on his first day of school.
Major Crimes investigates the death of Ilon Strauss, shot before he could disappear with family into the Witness Protection Program for testifying against his drug-smuggling business partner. The FBI believes the suspect list to be quite short since so few knew of Ilon's testimony - few, that is, until the discovery that his wife Roma shared everything she knew with Thorn Woodson, a tacky life coach who turned her stories, and those of other women, into a thinly veiled film script peddled before a few dozen filmmakers. As Major Crimes tries to narrow down the suspects, Capt. Raydor must deal with Rusty facing expulsion for sending several classmates to the infirmary on his first day of Catholic school.
The team is investigating the murder of a man. They learn from the FBI that the man was involved with a man who's a drug smuggler and that he was going to testify against him and then enter the Witness Protection Program. They talk to his wife and son and when asked if they told anyone about it, the son mentions that his mother has a life coach whom she told. They get the man and learn that he wrote a script about the man and his associates. So the man he was going to testify against could have found out about it and had him killed. So they bring the man in who upon seeing the life coach reveals that the life coach has been having an affair with the man's wife among others. And Rusty begins going to school. But after one day he is brought to Raydor because he fought some other kids injuring them seriously.
Poor Rusty and 'babysitter' Buzz can't win: due to his guardian's job, the knave is woken up at night, yet very late for his new, doubtlessly temporary, Catholic school, nearly expelled and scolded for fighting off three ruffians after telling the u-incredible truth. Provenza is tempted to ask advice about his 'friend's' wrecked life from 'intuitive, strategic' life coach Thorn Woodson, a versatile crook and charmer all-the-way, into whom a murdered Israëli-born security firm co-founder Strauss's wife Roma confided everything after the couple and son Avi were listed for witness protection against family firm cover-partner and drug baron Ilya Blum.
6. Castle (2009 TV Series)
Episode: Sucker Punch (2010)
While investigating the death of an Irish mobster, Beckett and Castle uncover a local turf war that may be connected to both a late-night infomercial guru and an international drug smuggling operation. But the case turns agonizingly personal when evidence emerges that the killer they're chasing may have had a hand in Beckett's mother's murder.
Westies (Hell's Kitchen Irish mob) gangster Jack Coonan was armed but is stubbed 30 times, probably by a professional, after calling the FBI. Westies boss, Finn Rourke, didn't order the hit. The MO and blade profile indicate the killer of Kate's mother, 15 years ago. Jack and his brother, apparently clean businessman Dick Coonan, seem involved in drug smuggling. In fact they exposed motivational speaker Johnny Vong's part, and thus infuriated the drug lords. Castle springs the advancement payment to trap the hired killer.
7. Skins (2007 TV Series)
Episode: Maxxie and Anwar (2007)
The sixth form history class go to Russia on a study trip,where their bus breaks down and their drug-smuggling exploit goes awry. Anwar disapproves of Maxxie's homosexuality but,after Anwar has tried to smuggle local girl Ankar into their hostel and Maxxie has helped him against Ankar's outraged husband,comes to respect him. However,following a stand-off and police intervention teacher Tom is forced to pay money to placate the locals - which turns out to be a scam to fleece naive visitors.
8. CSI: Miami (2002 TV Series)
Episode: Identity (2005)
When a snake is tied to drug smuggling, DNA may be the key to Clavo Cruz's father's cooperation around diplomatic immunity. Ryan and Calleigh get caught up in an identity-theft case and linked murder.
At a beach party, uniformed cops chasing a purse snatcher stumble over the slime dripping from a woman's corps- it's gastric acid from a boa constrictor, which ate her and is found nearby, dead- it was used as a drug courier, imported abusing the customs exemption of reptiles expert Rod Merrick and escaped from a hotel room rented by Bahaman holding Low Dawg productions, controlled by Clavo Cruz, whose South American father, general Antonio Cruz, refuses to wave diplomatic immunity- however DNA analysis of his blood proves surprisingly revealing... The owner of the recovered purse Karla Jane Gardner waves a Trade Board affidavit she's the victim of identity theft to explain the fraud flag on her drivers license, but next another woman shows papers it's the other way around, as medical evidence confirms; then Karla's ex Philip, who was awarded alimony, is found stabbed to death, with hair from Karla on the site...
9. CSI: Miami (2002 TV Series)
Episode: Flight Risk (2009)
Flight attendant Suzanne Grady's bloody corpse rolls off the luggage conveyor belt at Miami airport, in a leaking suitcase. Kyle is doing great again in her autopsy. She had a steamy affair with the adulterous pilot and raised great envy with low-paid coworkers. She signaled a passenger for smoking in the lavatory, who turns out to be a soft stalker. The air marshal denies having seen the corpse being removed passed his seat. Several people aboard were mixed in drug smuggle.
10. Endeavour (2012 TV Series)
Episode: Ride (2016)
Morse is exonerated but still under suspension and goes to stay with his friend Tony Donn, meeting glamorous tennis player Elva Piper. Elva takes him to a party given by Joss Bixby, a reclusive millionaire who seems only too familiar with the wife of Bruce Belborough, another of Morse's friends. Meanwhile Thursday investigates the killing of bus conductress Jeannie Hearne, who vanished after a visit to a funfair and seeks Morse's help but in vain. However when Bixby is also murdered there appears to be a connexion with Jeannie and Thursday allows Morse to do a little sleuthing of his own. Together they discover a drug smuggling operation, a scenario redolent of 'The Great Gatsby', and a fairground magician, paving the way to solving the murders.
11. Baywatch (1989 TV Series)
Episode: Night of the Dolphin (1998)
Mitch's old policeman friend, Garner Ellerbee, returns where he recruits Mitch's help him bust a drug smuggling ring after a lifeless dolphin washes up on shore, and they end up putting Neely in danger when she willing agrees to place a tracer on a yacht of a shady man from the beach club she is life guarding at. Meanwhile, Cody tries to help the now-deaf Lani adjust to life without sound, who finds it increasingly difficult and frustrating.
12. Lethal Weapon (1987)
Martin Riggs is an L.A. cop with suicidal tendencies and Roger Murtaugh is the unlucky police officer with whom Riggs is assigned. Together they uncover a huge drug-smuggling operation, and as their success rate grows so does their friendship.
Roger Murtaugh has just turned 50, and only has a few more years to go before he retires from the Los Angeles Police Department. Martin Riggs has just lost his wife in an accident, and doesn't care if he lives or dies. When they are paired together, Murtaugh has problems with Riggs suicidal attitude towards work, as they investigate a drugs baron dubbed "The General".
Roger Murtaugh is an aging family man and sensible veteran police officer just trying to make it through the day unscathed. Martin Riggs is a suicidal loose cannon cop who doesn't care if he even lives to see the end of the day. Reluctantly thrown together to solve the mysterious murder of a banker's daughter, the unlikely duo uncovers a dangerous ring of drug smugglers employing ex-military mercenaries. After a tragic turn of events, the mission becomes personal and the mismatched investigators must learn to trust one another as they wage a two-man war against a deadly criminal organization.
13. Angel (1999 TV Series)
Episode: The Prodigal (2000)
Kate's father, Trevor Lockley, gets involved in a demon drug smuggling operation and he's soon in over his head. When a demon high on drugs attacks the subway, Angel begins investigating and quickly discovers Trevor's shady dealings. He tries to warn Trevor, but it's too late. When Trevor is attacked, Kate blames Angel for not doing more. Meanwhile, through flash backs, Angel's own father is introduced, Angel's past as a human is shown and Angelus is born.
14. We're the Millers (2013)
A pot dealer gets his drug money stolen by a street thug, and now he has to create a fake family in order to bring a huge shipment of weed from Mexico to the US. The drug dealer hires Rose, a stripper, for "drug smuggling". In the red, she accedes to the plan to pose as the wife to go in the black. He also recruits two teenagers to pose as children. Now, he must get past customs and hilarious encounters, especially with a real family.
David, a drug dealer, is unable to pay his boss what he owes him. So his boss offers him a proposition; go to Mexico and get some marijuana for him. Knowing it's going to be difficult to get it across the border, he comes up with a plan; to pose as a family man. Now all he needs is a family so he asks Kenny, his neighbor, to be his son. He then asks Rose, a stripper he knows to be his wife. And Kenny suggests they ask Casey, a teen living on her own, to be the daughter. They call themselves the Millers and rent an RV then go into Mexico and learn that the amount of drugs is way more than David's boss hinted it would be. So they put it in the RV and make their way back to the U.S. But it turns out that David's boss is trying to pull a fast one. The drugs belong to someone else and he sets out to get them back.
The smalltime drug dealer David Clark is robbed by a gang while helping his nerd teenage neighbor Kenny Rossmore in an assault. David has to pay a large amount to his supplier Brad Gurdlinger that offers a chance to David to quit his debt and raise some money. David should smuggler a large shipment of marijuana in Brad's nickname of Pablo Chacon from Mexico to him. David offers some money to the stripper Rose O'Reilly and to the juvenile delinquent Casey Mathis and invites Kenny to travel with him posing as the Miller family on vacation in an RV to not call the attention of the authorities. After a couple of incidents in Mexico, they befriend the Fitzgerald family that is traveling on vacation in an RV and they cross the border back to the USA. Soon they discover that Don Fitzgerald is a DEA agent and David leans that he was lured by Brad and the real Pablo Chacon, who owns the shipment, is chasing them with his right-arm.
15. The Night Shift (2014 TV Series)
Episode: Blood Brothers (2014)
A crashed drug-smuggle airplane arouses DEA attention while TC, who's haunted by his brother Thad Callahan's death while both served in Afghanistan, and Topher find one survivor. Agent Milo Osbourne stops at nothing to interrogate him about missing cargo. Worse, he's actually a fake cop and kidnaps the doctors to force them at gunpoint to make him talk instead of performing urgent surgery, making his point in a senselessly lethal way. A pole dancer who fell off is left in rookie Paul's charge while waiting for test results, but when he pays her for advice about girls she faints during his free lap-dance. This remains unnoticed long as everybody is flooded with victims from a major industrial accident.
16. Murder, She Wrote (1984 TV Series)
Episode: Murder to a Jazz Beat (1985)
Jessica is in New Orleans for an interview on a local TV interview show hosted by her friend Jonathan Hawley. She has mixed up her dates and arrives two days early giving Jonathan time to show her the sights. He introduces her to renowned jazz musician Ben Coleman who is about to leave for a major gig in Las Vegas but there is tension as it seems he will be leaving behind most of the musicians who have been with him for many years. During a performance Coleman is killed and from his appearance, Jessica believes he was poisoned with a rare form of curare though the policeman in charge of the investigation, Det. Lt. Simeon Kershaw, is at first doubtful. Coleman's band frequently played is South America and there are rumors of drug smuggling according to the band's manager Aaron Kramer. The curare could have been obtained during one of those trips. As Jessica sifts through the information, a musical instrument provides the clue she needs to solve the case.
Jessica is invited to New Orleans by TV station WDX, but arrives two days early by mistake, so her host Jonathan Hawley has 48 hours to show her the 'Cajun paradise' (French quarter). Jessica soon notices the jazz show circuit can be nastily competitive; then clarinetist Ben Coleman dies from an apparent heart-attack during a recording, as she presumed actually curare-poisoning, but why and how exactly? NOPD Detective Lt. Simeon Kershaw gets help from Jessica investigating Ben's private, artistic and business context, even smuggling...
17. Dynasty (1981 TV Series)
Episode: The Cliff (1982)
Fannon and Jeff reconcile after Fallon hears Jeff at his father's grave site. Blake turns down Farouk Ahmed's business offer realizing he was just trying to bail his brother Rashid out of trouble. Alexis is building a reception tent for her wedding on the Carrington estate which angers Blake. Her wedding plans are threatened when Cecil Colby has a heart attack when they are in bed together. Claudia is getting deeper and deeper into a confused mental state and seems to be planning something. Farouk tells Nick Toscanni that Blake was in country during Nick's brothers arrest for drug smuggling and Blake refused to give a bribe for his release before he hanged himself. Nick now blames Blake and he tracks Blake down at a retreat where they fight. Later Nick leaves Blake in the mountains where he fell off his horse down a cliff. While this is happening, Fallon's baby is kidnapped.
18. Hawaii Five-O (1968 TV Series)
Episode: And the Horse Jumped Over the Moon (1975)
A skydiver and a private pilot team up to retrieve heroin shipments from the ocean and then airdrop them onto Oahu, in order to evade a recent tightening against drug smuggling into Hawaii. McGarrett and Five-O learn that there is something afoot when an addict who knows of their plan is gunned down in a telephone booth as he tries to warn Five-O.
19. Live and Let Die (1973)
Three British agents investigating drug smuggling are killed under mysterious circumstances. Each murder is linked to a Harlem crime boss, Mr. Big, and an international diplomat, Kananga. The British send agent James Bond to investigate. When 007 arrives in New York he is nearly killed by one of Mr. Big's hoods, but the attempt gives Bond a lead and he soon discovers a plot to flood the US mainland with a billion dollars' worth of heroin.
James Bond is sent to New York to investigate the mysterious deaths of several British agents. He soon senses that there is a drugs link between the notorious Mr. Big, and Dr. Kananga, the secretive owner of a small Caribbean island. However, Kananga is not a man to be dealt with lightly, and the fact that his beautiful Solitaire has already been seduced by 007 makes matters worse.
20. The Dukes of Hazzard (1979 TV Series)
Episode: Mason Dixon's Girls (1980)
Bo and Luke are arrested when they mistakenly pick up a crate containing a marijuana shipment. Private detective Mason Dixon and his two beautiful female associates are convinced the Duke boys are innocent, and they work together to bring down a drug-smuggling operation.
21. Inspector Lewis (2006 TV Series)
Episode: The Ramblin' Boy: Part 2 (2013)
Liam Jay, who had tried to speak to Lewis earlier in the day, is recovering in hospital and it is evident that someone tried to kill him. When Ruth Wilson, Liam Jay's girlfriend, is also attacked it appears the killer thinks they know or saw something. CCTV footage shows Matt Whitby spending at least 30 minutes at the Miller's funeral home the night before Stickley was to be cremated. When Lewis learns that Liam's father was working at the Faulkner's dinner party but is now in Croatia, he enlists the aid of a holidaying Hathaway to question him. Hathaway finds someone else however. It's all related to drug smuggling and using corpses to transport the illegal substances.
As Liam lies in a coma Lewis discovers that Whitby made a night visit to Millers'. He also discovers that Emma Barnes was pregnant by Whitby but miscarried. Lewis is anxious to locate Johnny, Liam's father, believed to be in Kosovo, but a call to Hathaway, who is on vacation there, leads to the discovery that Johnny, not Cornish, was the corpse who was switched. A ring which manufactures crystal meth abroad and smuggles it back to England in the corpses of dead ex-pats being shipped home to Britain is revealed and Miller is at its fore. Lewis believes Johny and Whitby died when about to expose the racket. As Liam awakes, Tara tells Lewis the truth including her husband's involvement, whilst Cornish, having returned to Oxford, lights out again. The case solved Lewis shares a romantic evening with Laura.
22. Magnum, P.I. (1980 TV Series)
Episode: A.A.P.I. (1986)
Inspector Jean Claude Fornier is visiting Hawaii in honor of Magnum winning the award for the best private investigator of the year. Just as Fornier is about to present the award to Magnum, the inspector collapses. When Inspector Fornier's death is ruled a murder, Magnum is determined to find those responsible. Before long Magnum finds he has some unwanted help. Luther Gillis and, one time meter maid turned private investigator, Tracy Spencer, are also on the case. Magnum tries to blow them off while he follows a lead from Fornier's notebook and comforts Carrol on the death of her lover. Magnum discovers Fornier's true mission on the islands was to investigate an international drug smuggling ring involving the Richard Lindley detective agency, Spencer's employer. As Magnum investigates further, evidence begins to point to the involvement of Spencer herself.
23. Walker, Texas Ranger (1993 TV Series)
Episode: Black Dragons (2000)
A Chinese diplomat who is a friend of Walker's is in the country to bring some students to his country. Later when one of Chinese Embassy staff turns up dead Walker and the others investigate. Gage has a run in with the diplomat's son and because his father is a diplomat has diplomatic immunity. Gage is not pleased and thinks they should keep an eye on him. They later learn that the staff member may have been involved with drug smuggling. And that the diplomat's son is the one behind but because of his diplomatic immunity they can't touch him.
24. Wallander (2008 TV Series)
Episode: The Dogs of Riga (2012)
The discovery of two slain youths in a dinghy which washes into Ystad brings hard-drinking Latvian detective Karlis Liepa from Riga. He tells Wallander they were his informants in a drug-smuggling ring after the dinghy, containing cocaine, is stolen. Liepa is murdered on his return home and Wallander travels to Riga to learn that the secretive detective did not show his case notes to his colleagues. After Wallander has discovered that his hotel room is bugged and he is being shadowed journalist Sergei Upitis tells him that Liepa was investigating corruption in his own force but Upitis is framed for Liepa's murder and found hanged in his cell, the Riga police then closing the case. However, Wallander, working with Liepa's widow Baiba and her cousin Inese, locate the missing case notes to unmask the traitor in the Latvian force.
Wallander and his team investigate the death of two young men who are found in a dinghy that has washed ashore. After circulating their photos to other European police agencies, they are identified as Latvians. A Latvian detective, Karlis Liepa, is soon in Ystad and tells Wallander that the men were his informants on a drug case. When he subsequently learns that Liepa died soon after his return to Riga, Wallander travels there and learns that the dead policeman was quite secretive and that no one can find his case notes. Wallander soon concludes that Liepa was in fact investigating corruption within his own police force - and as a result, his own life is now in danger.
25. Inspector Morse (1987 TV Series)
Episode: The Settling of the Sun (1988)
Morse is pressed into service when, while attending a college dinner for an eclectic group of foreign summer students, a Japanese member of the group suddenly excuses himself and a short time later is found brutally murdered in his room. There are any number of suspects, several of whom had bad experiences with the Japanese during World War II and at least one student that is clearly not what he claims to be. When traces of drugs are found on the Japanese student's clothing the drug squad is now involved. But when a second member of the group is murdered, Morse is convinced that this is far more than a simple case of drug smuggling gone awry.
26. The Counselor (2013)
The Counselor, decides to get involved with one of his clients who happens to be be a lucrative drug smuggler and decides that a "one time" drug smuggle couldn't hurt his financial pockets that seem to be hurting. Needing to wait only a few days to come up with the money to get involved with this endeavor, the plot unfolds & unbeknownst to (Bardem) or the Counselor (Fassbender), Malkina intends to "double cross" them BOTH!
A rich and successful lawyer, the Counselor, is about to get married to his fiancée but soon becomes entangled in a complex drug plot with a middle-man known as Westray. The plan ends up taking a horrible twist and he must protect himself and his soon to be bride as the truth of the drug business is uncovered and targets are eliminated.
27. Melrose Place (1992 TV Series)
Episode: Swept Away (1994)
Sydney starts blackmailing Michael with the blood-alcohol-changing scam by moving in with him and announcing herself as his new girlfriend to his colleagues at the hospital. Billy and Alison break up over her not wanting to live in New York, but he buys a ring and returns to L.A. to propose to her. Meanwhile, Reed takes Jo, against her will, on a cruise for his drug smuggling operations, where she eventually breaks free and shoots him after a brutal fistfight.
28. Melrose Place (1992 TV Series)
Episode: Kiss, Kiss Bang, Bang (1995)
Jake throws out Jess of his apartment after he hears about him and Jo being romantically involved. But Jess later runs into and hires a trio of lowlife hit men to kill Jake in revenge for his humiliation. Matt becomes angry at Paul after he learns that Paul is married. However, Paul keeps telling Matt what he will leave his wife and wants to keep dating him. Meanwhile, Kimberly begins a new plan of revenge against Michael when she persuades Amanda to sue him for malpractice. With Alison gone from D&D, Brooke has her equally devious father, Hayley, offer Alison a job as far away as possible so she can have Billy to all to herself. After finding out that the new pantie hose design is a drug smuggling operation, Sydney is pressured by a undercover cop to resign from Mancini Designs, and flee from Los Angeles, where Jane gets the last laugh who reveals it all to be a scam.
29. Heartbeat (1992 TV Series)
Episode: The Big Chill (2008)
DS Dawson tries to catch a drug smuggling gang with the help of PC Mason, but also has to fight the new DI, who does not like women in CID and blames her for every setback. To crack the case she leans on her informer to get information about the next shipment. Gina has started ante-natal classes and befriends the young girl Sally, who is expecting her first baby. But Gina is not impressed with Sally's boyfriend Jonny, who is not all he is cracked up to be. Far from as a matter of fact. Joyce Jovett's uncle has died and she put pressure on Bernie Scripps to give him the best services possible. But Bernie wants to call it off because he has to fix his broken down hearse first. Aunt Peggy fails to see the problem because Bernie also has an old horse-drawn cortège. But then again she wasn't around the last time the cortège was used.
30. Without a Trace (2002 TV Series)
Episode: Nickel and Dimed (2004)
A young, single mother who is struggling to make ends meet goes missing after dropping her son off at the babysitter. While the team struggles to find out what they can about the young woman's personal life, Sam feels the case is hitting very close to home. They soon learn of a drug smuggling gang and an ex-con who is connected to other unusually similar cases of missing women. The team plans to bust him on every charge possible, but at a very dangerous price.
31. Without a Trace (2002 TV Series)
Episode: Nickel and Dimed: Part 2 (2004)
Sam volunteers to go undercover to bust a ruthless drug smuggling ring, which the team believes is directly connected to the disappearances and murders of different women. Sam's difficult past is revealed, and despite warnings to get out, she becomes dangerously involved in her undercover investigation, which quickly turns into a life-or-death hostage situation.
32. The Closer (2005 TV Series)
Episode: Live Wire (2008)
Priority Homicide investigates the shooting death of real-estate agent Benjamin Masters, found dead in an alley by none other than their favorite journalist, Ricardo Ramos. Strangely, though not part of any law enforcement investigation, Masters wore a wire, which likely captured his death on video somewhere. Though unemployed for six months (something of a surprise to his grieving wife), he still recently managed to draw a sizable $100,000 income. Evidence tells Fritz that Masters got involved in drug smuggling through a killer connected to the largest drug trafficking gang on record. This could help crack the FBI's long-standing case against them, but when the killer is caught (with Ricardo's reluctant help), Brenda decides to close her case rather than turn him over. Already abound with relationship troubles - with Sanchez refereeing between a bickering Flynn and Provenza, and with the Daniels/Gabriel break-up spilling into the homicide rooms (Gabriel's modest solution: have Daniels transferred for the good of the team) - Brenda's relationship with Fritz now buckles over her self-centered professional conduct.
Brenda once again tangles with L.A. news reporter Ricardo Ramos when he scoops the murder of a man wearing a hidden wire in a sting operation. Adding another twist to the case, the victim was investigating a drug ring, which blurs the line of jurisdiction between Brenda's PHD and Fritz's FBI.
33. Flashpoint (2008 TV Series)
Episode: Blue on Blue (2011)
Mike is secretly besotted despite Sam's waring with his brat sister, trouble magnet Nathalie. So he drop everything to rush to her aid, only to find both of them held at gunpoint by her ex drug smuggling cahoot David Fleming, who she left rotting in a Colombian hell jail, and his loyal partner Vince Albin, who got him out. Mike is blackmailed to help them get two cahoots into the metropolitan police evidence facility, abusing his police procedure network and hacking skills. He still manages to alert the team, albeit cryptically, but that puts the mates in extreme danger.
34. Diagnosis Murder (1993 TV Series)
Episode: Misdiagnosis Murder (1996)
Tycoon Gregory King is admitted to Community General by Mark's fellow army veteran Dr. Ed Quiller. Jessie, who is seriously overworked, sees goons besides a man in major cardiac arrest running away when he arrives, dashes for a crash-cart himself but when he returns he finds it's another patient than the man Quiller identifies as his patient King. Norman's top priority is Paige Tanner, the sexy young widow who must be convinced to continue her husband's generous annual donations or the hospital's budget is toast. She knows how to appreciate his accounting, being an investment manager herself, and while they enjoy good wine together she makes a proposal he may not be able to refuse. Jesse refuses to catch up with sleep until the mystery corpse is found, and realizes cardiac symptoms can be mimicked, with an asthma inhaler like he saw used by one of the goons, who threatens him to leave the patient alone. Jesse overhears them talking with Quiller and the patient about too much exposure and a delivery, so he follows them, sees the corpse in a car's trunk but is spotted and left knocked down with a concussion, the body once again vanishing into thin air. While Jesse, who thinks it's all a drug smuggling scam, is finally crashed out, Amanda finds and looses the corpse. Now another live King appears and Quiller explains, but Mark smells a rat, so when Jesse wakes up...
35. Airwolf (1984 TV Series)
Episode: Wildfire (1986)
With the crew earning some down time, and Airwolf some much-needed repair time, Dom takes a trip to help out an old war buddy. But he soon finds himself in the middle of both a family feud, and a dangerous drug-smuggling ring...without the help of Airwolf!
36. Airwolf (1984 TV Series)
Episode: Natural Born (1985)
A young hotshot helicopter pilot named Kevin takes a job sweeping the hanger at Santini Air after his guardian uncle is killed by some past associates. Those associates wanted his uncle to go back into the drug smuggling business with them. Now Kevin is on the lookout for them and uses his position at Santini Air to try to garner some revenge. Unfortunately, he costs Santini a commercial contract in the process and almost loses the trust of his newfound friends.
37. 60 Minutes (1968 TV Series)
Episode: The Colonel's Wife/A Right That Could Be Wrong/The Bicycle Thief (2000)
"The Colonel's Wife" interviews the wife of a U.S. Army colonel who was recently convicted of drug smuggling. "A Right That Could Be Wrong" examines how the mentally ill may no longer have the right to refuse their medication. "The Bicycle Thief" examines California's three strikes law that puts three-time offenders in jail for 25-years-to-life even if they have committed only non-violent crimes. "Andy Rooney" talks about how young people throw out more junk than old people.
38. Doctors (2000 TV Series)
Episode: Bleeding (2010)
A pirate radio station is a front for drug smuggling. The new DJ there though, seems totally unaware of the fact, until Rob and the local cops raid the place. Zara's not having a good day, she's all hot and bothered. Simon is nervous about his date with Will, and Lily is nervous about having Sapphire over for dinner.
39. Motive (2013 TV Series)
Episode: The Score (2016)
The killer: Hank Novak, the owner/manager of the Chieftain, a financially troubled live music venue/bar in Squamish. The victim: Vince Hutton, an ex-con just released from twenty years behind bars for drug smuggling, Hank's old friend from high school, and most recently the Chieftain's doorman. Vince's dead body is found outside in a remote area of Squamish, he killed by blunt force trauma to the head, the murder weapon some unknown metal object of a small roundish nature. The detectives know that Vince was killed elsewhere by the lack of blood at the crime scene. From Vince's new girlfriend, the detectives also know that Vince recently came into some money, more than a doorman would make, and in the process, in an unfortunate way for Angie, stumble upon another active investigation on the movement of stolen counterfeit goods. The person under investigation in that case, Levi Foster, becomes a primary suspect as Vince's murderer. But to discover the true motive for the murder, they will have to look at Hank's daughter, Sadie Novak, who has just been accepted to college in Chicago. Through the investigation, Angie, Paula and Brian all deal with an aspect of their respective love lives, Brian's which indirectly involves Oscar out of circumstance.
40. The Inspector Lynley Mysteries (2001 TV Series)
Episode: A Suitable Vengeance (2003)
It's a tension filled weekend for Tommy Lynley when he and Helen go the family estate to hold their engagement party. Tommy is estranged from his mother owing to the time he found her in bed with their family physician, Dr. Trenarrow, while his father was dying of cancer in the next room. He's on less than good terms as well with his brother Peter who feels that Tommy abandoned him when their father died. When Mick Cambrey is found dead in his shop in the village, the police arrest his father-in-law John Penellin, the Lynleys long-time estate manager. Lynley and Havers soon determine that the death is related to drug smuggling. When one of the weekend guests, Justin Brooke, is found dead on the estate, they realize something other than heroin was being smuggled.
41. Taggart (1983 TV Series)
Episode: Island (2008)
A young lad is murdered and mutilated on a Scottish tourist island and the local vicar, who knows all the inhabitants, tells Robbie and Jackie, who are investigating,that he is a stranger. At first a ritual killing is suspected until a South American connection is established and it becomes clear that the island is being used for drug smuggling. A stranger claiming to be a reporter arrives just as a fisherman goes missing and is later found dead. The problem for the visitors is to establish who are the good guys and who are the bad.
42. Renegade (1992 TV Series)
Episode: Sawed-Off Shotgun Wedding (1995)
A foreign ambassador is running a lucrative drug smuggling operation, hiding behind the cover of diplomatic immunity. His legal representation is a very attractive woman, who Reno falls in love with. The two plan to get married, as well as bring down the drug dealer. In the mean time, Dutch Dixon gets promoted to a US Marshal, giving him more power and resources than ever before. This seriously complicates their wedding plans.
43. Renegade (1992 TV Series)
Episode: Mother Courage (1992)
Jimmy Warren was so proud of his work on a hot rod, that he put his initial on it, J! The owner of the bike refused to pay the repair and maintenance work, and stabbed the young man in the chest, killing him. Reno Raines was after a young woman escaping justice, and fins a "mother courage" vowing revenge on her killer's son. So, Reno infiltrates the gang of bikers who do drug smuggling on the side, to try and find out which one of them stabbed the teenage mechanic to death. The police have almost given up on the case, but Georgia, his grieving mother, hasn't, and apart from offering a reward to anyone who may provide information leading to the murderer, she's doing her own investigation. Reno offers an oil painting of a horse and a biker to the leader of the gang he suspects, and the man lets him plant it in his office, unawares that a small microphone is relating all his conversations with the traffickers, and the trucks' dispatcher to the Sheriff's office. That leads to a great showdown of state police and DEA agents, to get all the baddies with their hands on the white powder. This time Reno is not rewarded with a love kiss by the sexy young mother, as Georgia is reunited with her husband in the end.
44. Adam-12 (1968 TV Series)
Episode: Airdrop (1972)
Reed and Malloy spend most of their time in the countryside surrounding Los Angeles. Among their more mundane tasks is to stop an erratic driver under the influence of drugs and alcohol. However, the bigger catch is alerted to them by Teri, a girl on horseback, who saw a light plane land in secluded field. Reed and Malloy investigate to see the plane and a departing jeep off in the distance. When they arrive just in time as the plane is about to take off, they flag the plane to a halt. The rented plane is piloted by Paul Stocker, a cocky but "clean" individual who had all the right answers as to why he landed in the field. Although they know he was up to no good, they have nothing to hold him on so let him go. They later learn from Sgt. Marco and Det. Edwards of the DEA that this scenario has all the hallmarks of a new Mexican drug smuggling ring, the use of the rented plane a device to feign ignorance by the pilot if anything is found on the plane itself. Thus the only way to stop the smugglers is to catch them in the act of transferring the actual drugs at the drop offs. Luckily a few days later, Reed and Malloy have a chance encounter with Stocker. From that encounter, they run a check on some license plates which leads them to the jeep; the DEA officials now can tail the jeep for whenever the next drop is to take place. Reed and Malloy ask to be there when the bust is made just to see the smug look on Stocker's face wiped off.
45. Top Boy (2011 TV Series)
Episode: Episode #2.1 (2013)
A year has passed and Dushane is still the Top Boy, engaging in large scale drug smuggling with the older Scotsman Joe and using street-wise kid Michael as a courier. However the police discover Kamale's body and arrest both Dris and Dushane. They are visited by lawyer Rhianna Parkes, who gets them released and whom Dushane takes out for a drink. Meanwhile Ra'Nell is approached for help by Gem, whose marijuana plants seem to be dying, putting him in debt to Vincent whilst Ra'Nell's mother, hair-dresser Lisa and Gem's father are perturbed that their rents are being troubled. Dushane's old partner Sully now turns against him with new cohort Mike, though Michael steals his phone whilst Joe is attacked in a shoot-out and left for dead, robbed of his ill-gotten gains.
46. Quincy M.E. (1976 TV Series)
Episode: Headhunter (1981)
When the body of an airline stewardess is found with her stomach cut open, Quincy's investigation runs into interference from Internal Affairs, who is certain that a well respected police officer is involved in the drug smuggling operation.
47. Trial & Retribution (1997 TV Series)
Episode: Siren: Part 2 (2009)
After a shaky start to their cooperative venture Roisin and Jack McGill get on very well, rather beyond the call of duty in fact. Imogen has disappeared, having been taken by the drug smuggling gang and her mother Tanya makes an appeal for her return. However, when Imogen next turns up it is apparent that she knew far more than she claimed about the attack on the ambulance and may even have played a part in its happening.
48. Law & Order: UK (2009 TV Series)
Episode: Love and Loss (2009)
When 18 year-old Debbie Powell dies from a heroin overdose just as she returns to the UK from a holiday in Thailand, the police learn that she was a drug mule with over 70 condoms of the drug in her stomach. With the dead girl far from being the usual drug mule the police try to understand why a young woman from a reasonably well-off family would get involved in drug smuggling. Her two traveling companions ran away after the girl died but they know she was to meet her boyfriend immediately on their return. When an arrest is made, James Steel and the Prosecution Service not only charge him drug importation but also with manslaughter, arguing that he had a duty of care with respect to the young woman. The man seems to have a history of seducing young women and using them as mules but in court, the Crown's principal witness recants his earlier statement saying the police coerced him. Steel pursues another strategy to ensure justice is done.
49. Prisoner (1979 TV Series)
Episode: Episode #1.624 (1986)
Joan enlists Kath's help to have Julie's sentence extended, resulting in Kath knocking Julie out and feeding her LSD. Nancy's son visits to announce he's getting married and Jessie sends a surprise for the girls in the form of a male stripper. The women grow suspicious of Joan's antics but don't realise she is reading Nancy's diary. Drugs are smuggled into the prison and Lorelei settles in with her new friends.
50. Prisoner (1979 TV Series)
Episode: Episode #1.606 (1986)
Lou slashes her wrists, then sets Rita and Alice up for it, causing them to be sent to Solitary, as she is rushed to hospital. Rita and Lexie plot to have drugs smuggled into the prison. Joan uses the situation with Meg and Bob to try and get rid of him, and decides to call in the union to fight on Meg's behalf.
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