When Ira Stone films a video of American forces on illegal operations in South America, Crockett must protect him from their old nemesis Maynard, who will stop at nothing to silence Stone.




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Episode cast overview:
Detective Gina Calabrese (credit only)
Det. Larry Zito (credit only)
Olivia Brown ...
Capt. William 'Mr. Real Estate' Maynard
Alicia Mena
Eduardo Corbe ...
Judge Ed Zarvo
Dave Corey ...
Jody Wilson ...
Customs Agent


Old buddy Ira Stone (Bob Balaban) calls Sonny collect from Managua, Nicaragua, claiming he has a reel of film of US forces mixing with Sandinistas, and killing locals and a priest. Sonny is more interested in his new set of wheels: one white 1986 Ferrari Testarossa. Stone is stalked, Sonny is pistol whipped and Captain William Maynard (G. Gordon Liddy) emerges to kidnap Stone to ransom him for the film, and the guys realize Stone finally got his story straight. Ira believes he goes out a hero. Written by LA-Lawyer

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3 October 1986 (USA)  »

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6 July 2007 | by (Tallahassee, FL) – See all my reviews

Another excrementitious twisting of a good show by Liberal ideologues. When the show was about two vice cops running down drug dealers and pimps it was great. But when it became a Communist propaganda outlet it tanked. The plot line, about humane Communists struggling against wicked, evil, US-backed drug-lords, shows how out of touch Liberals were with the real world then as now.

It was laughable having the "heroic" Liberal journalist named stone, obviously after Oliver Stone, the master of Leftist ideologue propaganda until he passed the torch to Michael Moore. Again, Liberals, excelling at making themselves martyrs undeservedly, do honor to yellow-journalists like Stone who follow in the great Liberal traditions of Walter Duranty and IF Stone, who were given awards for their glowing reports about what a paradise Stalin's Russia supposedly was.

1989 was a hard year for Communists, Liberals and Miami Vice, all being defeated that year.

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