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Honor Among Thieves? 

A twisted serial killer with a fetish for mini dolls preys on underage girls. Since he uses pure cocaine to kill them, the police puts pressure on the cartels. "Burnett and Cooper" end up in the team the drug lords send to find him.

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John Bowman ...
Paul Delgado
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Cyrus
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Lt. Edward Jarell
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Palmo
Jimmie F. Skaggs ...
Benny
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Rickman
Raphael Gomez ...
Delgado Man (as Raphael Rey Gomez)
Pirty Lee Jackson ...
Beausourire (as Pirty Jackson)
Cindy King ...
Arlene
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While under cover to bust a drug lord, Crockett and Tubbs are caught in the middle of a DEA agent and the director of homicide wanting to bust a sudden show of 100% pure cocaine being found injected into the dead bodies of kidnapped teenage girls, and the drug lord enraged over the killings which are drawing unwanted attention from the police. Things go from bad to life-threatening worse when a shocking twist puts Crockett in an awkward situation. Written by Hello Dolly

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4 March 1988 (USA)  »

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When Tubbs is talking to Stone at the homeless area, a cargo ship called the Ocean Breeze can be seen being tugged in background. This very ship ran aground off the coast of Chile in August 2012. It was eventually freed and scuttled. See more »

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Sweet Sixteen
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Actually very good
9 January 2015 | by (Warsaw, Poland) – See all my reviews

Not entirely sure what the other reviewers here were on when they watched this episode! I thought this was an excellent episode, suspenseful, entertaining, good music and Tubbs and Crockett working together for the entire episode instead of just Crockett on his own like many of season four's offerings. All in all this is the fourth pretty good quality season four episode in a row. If you can get through the silly episodes of this season like Cows of October and Missing Hours, you really start to hit some gems.

Also I've been reading these reviews since the beginning and especially Frankenbenz's reviews have been very egotistical and actually irritating. I don't normally go in for personal attacks but in the end I had to respond! MV rules!


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