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The Home Invaders 

The squad is assigned to assist Robbery with a string of brutal home invasions. Castillo is concerned the officer in charge - who was Crockett's mentor - is mishandling the investigation ... See full summary »

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Detective Ricardo Tubbs (credit only)
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Lt. John Malone
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Mrs. Abraham 'Murial' Goldman
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The squad is assigned to assist Robbery with a string of brutal home invasions. Castillo is concerned the officer in charge - who was Crockett's mentor - is mishandling the investigation and the two clash, leaving Crockett torn between loyalty and a resolved case. Written by rcs0411@yahoo.com

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Edward James Olmos plays Lieutenant Martin Castillo in Miami Vice and Admiral William Adama in Battlestar Galactica, and Esai Morales plays Pete Romano in Miami Vice and Joseph Adama in Caprica, a prequel of Battlestar Galactica. In Miami Vice Edward's character kills Esai's that in the future series plays William Adama's father. See more »

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When Crockett and Castillo start after the lady in the blue corvette it is obvious that their Ferrari has an automatic transmission when Crockett puts it in "Drive." No Ferrari 365 GTS/4 had an automatic transmission. See more »

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The Glamorous Life
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Written by Sheila E.
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A truly great episode
20 October 2013 | by (Norwich CT) – See all my reviews

This is one of the best episodes of the series. The viciousness of the villains captures you from the outset. The real tension interestingly enough comes from within the team itself. When vice is called in to help the robbery division solve a string of home invasions, the emotions are kicked up a notch as Castillo's cool and meticulous police work clashes with the robbery squads methods and top officer.

The middle of the episode is an amazing piece of film work. Watching Castillo's methods and his control of his emotions makes this an absolute joy to watch. I get goosebumps every time I watch this episode.

Crockett's attempt to bride the two worlds of his past mentor and the respect for his current leader make this one of the top ten episodes to watch.


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