Miami Vice (2006)
An update of the classic TV series.
Tubbs uses the rouse of being a piazza delivery man to trick a villain into coming out of his house. In this episode, also written by Michael Mann, Starsky does the exact same thing, even pulling the box back as the guy reaches for it to draw him out further
Crockett & Tubbs flying to South America to pose as drug dealers; Trudy being held hostage in a trailer while rigged with explosives. Dialogue: "We get down, if the play calls for it bud" [Crockett], and "We can close each others eyes real fast, but then nobody's gonna make any money" [Tubbs]
"What's this have to do with the price of tea in China?"
Based on the movie
Mentioned by Brooker.
Reference the film in the first part
seen on new releases
Incorrect guess on a $1,000 clue in the category "Movies' Alternate Endings"
Hank (referring to Buddy's Sonny Crockett outfit): "Great show - crappy movie!"
Mentioned by Matthew Parkhill.
DVD is shown.
dialogue quoted in non-spoofing way
Director Harmony Korine cited Michael Mann's film as a primary influence.
Mentioned during this episode.
Subject of a question; poster shown
Mentioned by Claudia Winkleman when introducing footage from Blackhat (2015)
Features scenes from the movie
Clips shown for the review.
Clips and making of material
Clip shown when Ellen pretends to break up with Michael Mann.