Miami Vice: Season 4, Episode 17

Hell Hath No Fury (11 Mar. 1988)

TV Episode  |  TV-14  |   |  Action, Crime, Drama
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When a convicted rapist is released after serving just 20 months, Trudy tries to protect the victim from further torment. The entire OCB team end up getting involved, some protecting the ... See full summary »

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Alan Beaks
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Charles Hatch
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Murray Phillips
Carla Brothers ...
Ellen Mason
Carolyn Jae Bennett ...
Deborah Finley
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When a convicted rapist is released after serving just 20 months, Trudy tries to protect the victim from further torment. The entire OCB team end up getting involved, some protecting the victim and some protecting the rapist after she hires a mercenary to kill him. Needless to say Castillo is not happy about his team going outside the law. Written by Jeff Smee

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The computer Crockett uses is an Amiga 1000. The same model was used in several episodes throughout season 4. Later it was replaced by an Amiga 2000. See more »

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When Crockett and Tubbs are driving to Hatch's address, the footage is reversed -- street sign lettering is backward, the Ferrari's single side-view mirror is on the passenger side of the car instead of the driver's side, etc. See more »

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Predictably Lousy
24 July 2012 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

I gave it a 3 only because the intro was sort of interesting, there were smidgens of significant guest acting and Crockett's wardrobe hearkened to seasons past, which was cool. But other than his wardrobe, there was nothing that related to the cool early seasons but everything there to remind you that MV is well on it's way down the drain.

There were outrageous, if not absurd stories in seasons 1 & 2 but they were often if not always backed up with moody music, witty dialog and awesome chase scenes. This had only absurd and outrageous which you figure out about half way through.

Another episode that I watched all the way through only to say I've seen them all.


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