Hard rock maestro, Ted Nugent, explodes as psychopath, Charlie Basset. Charlie is a thug who uses his stunning wife, Callie (Arielle Dombasle) to lure rich men to their doom. In the midst of an undercover op at a five star hotel, Tubbs watches his friend "Burnett" try not to succumb to Callie's charms. Is Callie serious about escaping from her brutal husband? Or is she still playing her siren's song, trying to lead another rich mark to his destruction? Written by
Did You Know?
Although Godley and Creme's "Cry" is closely associated to the Definitely Miami episode, it was not featured on the original NBC airing. Instead, an original Jan Hammer incidental piece - which sounds very similar to the guitar rhythm in "Cry" - in select scenes such as when Crockett (Don Johnson) drives out to the sand dune junkyard to confront Charlie Basset (Ted Nugent), and when Crockett appears on the beach to reveal he is a cop and arrests Callie (Arielle Dombasle). Godley and Creme's "Cry" replaced the Jan Hammer original score when Miami Vice went into TV syndication. See more
When Gravas runs from Crockett and Tubbs by the pool, his hair and clothes are dry. But when he jumps into his getaway car, his hair and clothes are soaking wet. A shot of Gravas falling or jumping in the pool was probably deleted. See more
Detective Ricardo Tubbs
[During heat a wave and dripping in sweat
Man, I can dig tropical, but this is outta bounds.
Written by Lol Creme
and Kevin Godley
Performed by Godley & Creme See more