Evidence against a criminal is destroyed, during an investigation. It is evident that the man somehow found out where it was being kept and destroyed it, and that he could only have gotten ... See full summary »

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Evidence against a criminal is destroyed, during an investigation. It is evident that the man somehow found out where it was being kept and destroyed it, and that he could only have gotten that information from someone on the inside. Crockett learns that the one who gave the man the information is his girlfriend and that she's an addict and the criminal is her supplier. Written by rcs0411@yahoo.com

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This is Helena Bonham Carter's first television series role. See more »

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Crockett visits Wyatt which results in the two having a brawl. At one point, Wyatt is tossed over a couch, but once the actor makes it over the couch, it is clearly not the actor but a stunt double with a wig. See more »

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Det. James 'Sonny' Crockett: Well, I'm just gonna get her a decent ring. Something that's, uh, befitting her style and class... and sophistication. It's not something that you would, uh, know anything about.
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Written by Warren Cann, Chris Cross, Billy Currie and Midge Ure
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Horrible.
3 February 2008 | by (Sydney, Australia) – See all my reviews

This felt like an after school special on the evils of drug use. Corny, heavy handed and violin (aka vomit) inducing romantic schlep. Even Jan Hammer's work was crap.

The terrible writing reduced the talents of Helena Bonham Carter to overwrought eyebrow wrenching. Crockett being portrayed as a schoolboy in love not only damages the integrity of his character, but it makes him look like an idiot with no business being a deep undercover vice cop.

You gotta ask yourself why episodes like this ever got made or how this teleplay would have ever been greenlit by the producers. If it weren't for so many of these wasted episodes then this series could have maintained its status as one of the best shows ever. As it is, it pales in comparison to shows like the Sopranos and the Wire, both shows that rarely (if ever) drop the ball.


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