A group of young punks kill a cop and then take hostages - including an undercover Tubbs - while negotiators try to end the situation without more bloodshed and a SWAT team closes in.

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Olivia Brown ...
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Lt. Jack Davis
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Det. Tim Duryea
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Gabriella
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Georges
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Jaime Escobar
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Elio Escobar
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Raul Escobar
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Pepe (as Adolfo 'Shabba-Doo' Quinones)
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A group of young punks kill a cop and then take hostages - including an undercover Tubbs - while negotiators try to end the situation without more bloodshed and a SWAT team closes in.

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22 February 1985 (USA)  »

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Philip Michael Thomas was injured in a stunt during the making of this episode. See more »

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Camera dolly track visible in store glass behind Crockett in the opening sequence. See more »

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Renegades of Funk
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Written by Arthur Baker and Afrika Bambaataa and John Miller and John Robie and Soul Sonic Force
Performed by Afrika Bambaataa
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A gripping and tense episode
4 April 2007 | by (England) – See all my reviews

Following a bullet-ridden, night-time opening, "The Maze" follows a lone, undercover Tubbs into a run-down apartment complex, besieged by gun-toting, cop-killing youths.

"Miami Vice" was always a melting-pot of talent. This episode contains an early performance by a young Ving Rhames. Garcelle Beauvais ("NYPD Blue") plays the beautiful Gabriella.

The episode gives Philip Michael Thomas an opportunity to show off his impressive vocal talents. Thomas delivers "Living The Book Of My Life" as he begins his perilous task of infiltrating the apartment building.

This is a tense, exciting episode in which we see the mirror-side of Miami's high-gloss sheen - away from the affluence are people living in abject poverty.

The Police's "Tea In The Sahara" is a memorable track from this story.

9 out of 10.


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