Miami Vice (1984–1990)
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Little Miss Dangerous 

Crocket and Tubbs visit Miami's kinky Sex World parlor when a sailor shows up murdered. The trail leads to a mysterious underage dancer Tubbs tries to straighten out - but is this more than social work?




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Episode cast overview:
Olivia Brown ...
Fiona ...
Jackie McSeidan
Bag Lady
Monti Rock III ...


This episode features another 80's pop star, Fiona (Flanagan) as an underage runaway, Jackie. She and her loyal boyfriend, Cat, perform soft porn meets musical theatre to the song 'Little Miss Dangerous' to pay their bills. Meanwhile, johns are being stabbed and left burning in rooms and cars all over Miami. Tubbs is obsessed with saving young Jackie from herself; Crockett and the rest of the crew are less civic-minded in their pursuit of crime. Written by LA-Lawyer

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31 January 1986 (USA)  »

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1.33 : 1
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Did You Know?


At minute 30, Crockett walks into the station with a pile of paperwork and sets it on Tubbs' desk. Tubbs is holding a Gideon Bible in his left hand and taking notes. This is not the first time a Gideon Bible is used as a prop on Tubbs' desk. See more »


Crocket and Tubbs haul Cat in to the station for questioning. When Tubbs arrests Cat, he's wearing a light-gray suit. Later at the station when they're questioning Cat, he's wearing a dark-gray suite with a maroon shirt. See more »


The Order of Death
Written by John Lydon, Keith Levene and Martin Atkins
Performed by Public Image Ltd.
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An atmospheric and dark episode of "Miami Vice"
13 August 2007 | by (England) – See all my reviews

Following Crockett's encounter with a femme fatale in Season Two's "Definitely Miami", now it's Tubbs' turn! "Little Miss Dangerous" begins with an unexpected murder and the track "Little Miss Dangerous" from Ted Nugent. We are introduced to Jackie McSeidan (Fiona), one of deadliest females from the series, and the leather-clad Cat (Larry Joshua). Both Fiona and Joshua deliver top-notch performances and there is a believable relationship between their characters.

This is an atmospheric tale with drugs on the back-burner and the concentration on vice. While Fiona is one of the true beauties of "Miami Vice", I couldn't help but notice that Olivia Brown looks particularly lovely in a purple wig! The dramatic ending is appropriately accompanied by the excellent track "Order Of Death" from Public Image Ltd.

10 out of 10. It's always great to see a "Vice" episode that's shot predominantly at night. "Little Miss Dangerous" is thick with a sleazy atmosphere and is a welcome change of pace for the season. It's a shame that McSeidan's psychosis isn't explained but this remains an excellent tale and very watchable television.

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