Crockett and Tubbs reluctantly help government agents in their pursuit of a dangerous arms dealer.

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Detective Trudy Joplin (credit only)
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Norman Parker ...
FBI Agent Nick Pappas
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FBI Agent McIntyre
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Ramone
Bill Cwikowski ...
Guns Dealer
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Rita
Vinnie Curto ...
Tony's Bodyguard
Al Garrison ...
Gentle
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Crockett and Tubbs reluctantly help government agents in their pursuit of a dangerous arms dealer.

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9 November 1984 (USA)  »

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This is Bruce Willis' first credited role. See more »

Goofs

In the scenes when Amato's house is under surveillance, it would be impossible (with early 80s technology) to use a 200X telescope clearly while on a bobbing sailboat, but as shown, the telescope view is rock solid, while every other view from the sailboat is shown bobbing with the water. See more »

Quotes

Detective Ricardo Tubbs: [Tony pats him down roughly] Hey, what're you doing?
Tony Amato: Just checking.
Detective Ricardo Tubbs: [pats him down in return] Just checking.
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I Don't Care Anymore
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Written and Performed by Phil Collins
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Smooth direction and Bruce Willis as a heavy make this a winner
7 April 2016 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

From the beginning, the writing staff made it a point to show that "Miami Vice" isn't just about nose candy. So far, we've seen an X-rated movie baron, a contract killer, loan-sharking, and 'No Exit' centers on an arms dealer. And we're only seven episodes into the first season.

And who better to play that low life gun runner than Bruce Willis, who turns in one of the series' best heavy performances. Guy's a real scum bag, and that machismo is icing on the cake. He's got an untouchable air about him and that results in an utterly bleak ending. But the episode as a whole is a winner as Crockett and Tubbs mount a skilled offensive. We're watching these guys do what they do best.

8/10


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