Miami Vice cop Sonny Crockett is working undercover to get a Columbian drug lord. When he tries to bust a man who is apparently in business with the Columbian he discovers that the man is New York cop who is also after the Columbian. They both agree to work together but the New York cop is keeping something from him. While the New York cop suspects that someone on Crockett's team might be on the take. Written by
When Tubbs wakes Crockett on his boat, a pack of Lucky Strike unfiltered cigarettes are visible in the foreground. However, the cigarettes Crockett smokes are much longer than unfiltered Lucky Strikes as evidenced by the cigarette he lights during his meeting (under the alias Sonny Burnett) with Trini DeSoto. See more »
Miami Vice is a great 80's show. With flashy suits, a hot car, and a Florida look. Don Johnson and Philip Michael Thomas make this a great show, and Edward James Olmos adds to this show. Although the show did drop in the ratings, I thought it was still a good show. I watch this every time it comes on Spike TV (formerly TNN). I also recommend that you watch Nash Bridges, a newer Don Johnson.
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