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A Rock and a Hard Place 

Newly married Crockett gets entangled with Caitlin's record companies executives.

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Detective Gina Calabrese
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Detective Stan Switek
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Detective Trudy Joplin
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Lieutenant Martin Castillo
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Toukie Smith ...
Angie, Caitlin's Assistant (as Toukie A. Smith)
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Jerry Lee
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Caitlin Davies
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Josh Durrell
Peter Haig ...
Steve Owens
Patricia Kimmel ...
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Newly married Crockett gets entangled with Caitlin's record companies executives.

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The line "Candidate for sainthood found in love nest with dealer" is a play on the headline from Citizen Kane (1941): 'Candidate Kane Caught In Love Nest With "Singer"'. See more »

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Mr. Slick: My reputation precedes me.
Det. James 'Sonny' Crockett: Your reputation sucks.
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Devil with a Blue Dress On/Good Golly Miss Molly
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Written by Shorty Long and William Stevenson / Words & Music by John Marascalco and Robert 'Bumps' Blackwell
Performed by Mitch Ryder & The Detroit Wheels
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Wake me up when this one's over...
11 August 2007 | by See all my reviews

Talk about sleep inducing episodes. I already had my fill of Crockett and his new bride and then they go and devote an entire episode to her and her -ahem- career. Fresh on the heels of her miserable Sonny and Cher cover, Caitlin has to go to LA to do whatever it is rock stars do (something never made clear). Crockett tags along to faux LA (Miami shot to look like LA) and he winds up hot on the trail of his wife's shady record executives.

This episode was so sloppy they recycled the same airplane b-roll yet reversed it to make it seem like it was flying in the opposite direction. Not a bad trick if the "trans world" and "twa" paint jobs weren't backwards. Beyond recycling b-roll, they recycled all the rock star romance clichés (see the rose if you can stomach babs pretending to be cool for 2 hours) as well as unbelievably stupid villains with hair brained schemes. Here the baddie record execs brainstorm that killing their money making star is a better business venture than riding her revenues til she shrivels up and dies...something that couldn't happen soon enough IMHO.

The only good thing about this episode is that Caitlin is heading out on the road for her big tour. Hopefully this keeps her far away from MV for the rest of the season.


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