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Sons and Lovers 

The son of Tubbs' arch-enemy Calderone oozes to the surface with a $1 million contract on Tubbs, while Calderone's sister Angelina says Tubbs he is the father of her child.

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Detective Gina Calabrese
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Detective Stan Switek
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Det. Larry Zito
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Detective Trudy Joplin
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Lieutenant Martin Castillo
Phanie Napoli ...
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Orlando Calderone
James Lally ...
Jerome
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D.E.A. Agent Harrison
Santi Carmona ...
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Geraldo Alverio ...
D.E.A. Agent Lyons
Robert Hoelscher ...
SRT Leader
Nelson Oramas ...
Bomb Expert
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The son of Tubbs' arch-enemy Calderone oozes to the surface with a $1 million contract on Tubbs, while Calderone's sister Angelina says Tubbs he is the father of her child.

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9 May 1986 (USA)  »

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Detective Ricardo Tubbs: [after telling Crockett about Angelina and his son] I'm a father!
Detective James Crockett: [Seeing the truth and now happy] Congratulations Man!
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References Hawaii Five-O (1968) See more »

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After The Fire
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Written by Pete Townshend
Performed by Roger Daltrey
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Classic Vice
25 March 2016 | by See all my reviews

"Sons and Lovers" sees our two heroes confronted by a ghost from their past in the continuing Calderone saga. Actually, Tubbs is front and center here, which is nice because--try as they might--'Vice' tends to be a tad Crockett-centric. Philip Michael Thomas--despite infamously coining the acronym E.G.O.T. (for Emmy, Grammy, Oscar, Tony), a sort of showbiz award grand slam he aspired to win--is not one of our great thespians (he's currently 0-4 on his goal, though he does have a People's Choice Award), but he acquits himself reasonably well here, milking his talent for smoldering stares for all it's worth.

With a perfect synergy between the music, visuals and drama, "Son's and Lovers" is 'Miami Vice' at its near best.


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