Miami Vice (1984–1990)
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Down for the Count: Part 2 

Shaken and angered by Zito's death, Switek and the squad pull out all the stops to take Guzman down.

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Det. Larry Zito (archive footage)
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Mark Breland ...
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Danny Allred the Cryptographer
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Vespa
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Alfredo Giulinni
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Kenny Enriquez ...
Echevarria
Joe Hess ...
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Storyline

Moon's death morphs into Larry Zito's death. The same crew that killed Moon kills Zito... but without leaving any physical evidence his death was murder. IAD rules Zito's death an OD, so the Vice crew wants to hit Guzman hard. Bobby goes voluntarily to Sordoni, Guzman's lawyer. As Switek mourns his BFF, Sonny, Rico and the girls go off the rails and do some business with Guillini, Guzman's biggest competition, to lure a snake, avenge Larry Zito and insure justice. Written by LA-Lawyer

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16 January 1987 (USA)  »

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1.33 : 1
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Trivia

Unlike all other episodes during the series, this one has no actual 'cold open' before the main theme, only the "previously on" segment. See more »

Goofs

Obvious body double for Philip Michael Thomas (Tubbs) in the final shootout scene. See more »

Quotes

Det. Stan Switek: What's that got to do with the price of eggs?
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Connections

Features Miami Vice: Down for the Count: Part 1 (1987) See more »

Soundtracks

I Want To Make The World Turn Around
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Written by Steve Miller
Performed by Steve Miller Band
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That's not Tubbs!!!
23 February 2008 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

I was really hurt that this 2 part episode had to come at the expense of Zito dying. What I found more interesting was that a stand-in was used in one of the major action scenes. During the final action sequence in the shopping mall, Crockett and Tubbs both have driven their own cars to the scene. If you look closely, the man that jumps out of the Cadillac is not Tubbs, but some stand-in. You even see the same guy when he draws his gun. He looks nothing like Tubbs, and actually looks a lot older. Tubbs is not seen throughout the entire shooting bonanza, but later on on Crockett's boat. I wonder why PMT wasn't available for that scene?


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