Miami Vice (1984–1990)
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Milk Run 

Crockett and Tubbs encounter two naive young men smuggling cocaine-filled statues for a murderous criminal.



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Episode cast overview:
Detective Gina Calabrese (credit only)
Detective Stan Switek
Det. Larry Zito
Detective Trudy Joplin (credit only)
Louis Martinez
Al Shannon ...
Rainbow Harvest ...
Moya's Cousin
Andy Sloan
Alexis Arguello ...
Pepe Moya
Jesus Bolano ...
Diego Moya (as Jesus Bolono)


Crockett and Tubbs encounter two naive young men smuggling cocaine-filled statues for a murderous criminal.

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4 January 1985 (USA)  »

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1.33 : 1
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Did You Know?


Denise, the attendant at the airline ticket counter, was Denise White, a local news anchor at WSVN Fox 7 in Miami. Since 1990, White has been co-anchoring the news at WTVT Fox 13 in Tampa, Florida. See more »


As Crockett and Tubbs are driving to the Senator hotel, you can see the film crew van in the reflection of Crockett's Ferrari. The van's side door and back hatch are open. See more »


Det. James 'Sonny' Crockett: Uh-uh. No more games. Stand up. Sit. Who do you think you are to ask us to beg for your help?
Eddie: I'm not -
Det. James 'Sonny' Crockett: Shut up! I'm talkin'. You think we don't have better things to do then to teach punks like you about life? Class is over, pal. You committed a felony. Now, either play ball or do the time, startin' right now.
Eddie: Wait. Listen, I want to help, but the lawyer said you're just gonna use me and chump me off!
Det. James 'Sonny' Crockett: Who said that to you?
Eddie: Mr. Sloan.
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Written by Eddie Schwartz
Performed by Pat Benatar
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Despite a strong opening, a disappointing episode
19 March 2007 | by See all my reviews

Like the "Little Prince" episode that preceded it, this is a cautionary tale about the innocent entering the world of drug dealing and the resulting fallout.

Starting with a sequence accompanied by ZZ Top's classic "Legs", the first five minutes of this episode are certainly entertaining. Tubbs manages to cover himself with half of Starbucks while on a stake-out at the airport and even Crockett comes a cropper when he tries to catch the two juvenile suspects. Good slapstick fun!

Sadly, the episode fails in the same way as "Little Prince." The two juveniles with big plans to carry out one large drugs deal are not particularly likable and I found it very difficult to sympathise with them. As a result, the episode really failed to hit the mark for me.

An almost unrecognisable Evan ("Sex and the City") Handler plays Louis in this episode. Eric ("Talk Radio") Bogosian also appears.

Despite the weaknesses of this episode, the production values are excellent as always.

7 out of 10.

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