Miami Vice (1984–1990)
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Made for Each Other 

Switek and Zito use two of their favorite informants to set up a transaction with a stolen goods dealer.

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Episode cast overview:
... Detective James Crockett
... Detective Ricardo Tubbs
... Detective Gina Calabrese
... Detective Stan Switek
... Det. Larry Zito
... Detective Trudy Joplin
... Lieutenant Martin Castillo
... Izzy Moreno
... Darlene
... 'Bonzo' Barry Gold
... Artie Cross
Karla Tamburrelli ... Ample Annie
Charlie Barnett ... Neville 'Noogie' Lamont
Johnny 'Vatos' Hernandez ... John Costelada (as John Hernandez)
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Switek and Zito are trying to get a fence. When they hit a brick wall, they decide to use Noogie Lamont and Izzy Moreno to help get him. And when Zito's place burns down, Switek lets him stay with him but it doesn't help that Switek's girlfriend is Zito's ex. Written by rcs0411@yahoo.com

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8 March 1985 (USA)  »

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Switek and Zito are the central characters in this episode. See more »

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(at around 25 mins) Zito has bandages on some fingers of his left hand but they have gone when he is loading boxes into the back of the car - the bandages re-appear in the next scene when they get out of the car. See more »

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References Roots (1977) See more »

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Rubberneckin'
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Written by Dory Jones and Bunny Warren
Performed by Elvis Presley
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This was so bad it makes the rest of the series look like Citizen Kane
5 March 2008 | by See all my reviews

Absolute crap!

What moron decided to take a show in it's first season and have an episode that has almost no scenes with it's lead actors? The fact that Tubbs is absent in the next episode leads me to believe there was some sort of salary or health issue that caused this piece of crap to have to exist (if anyone has any information on this I would love to read about it - please post). The episode features some of the worst acting I have ever seen in any medium and a ridiculous plot. I am hoping very sincerely that the producers had the sense to stop with these retarded forays with half-assed secondary characters and instead focus on the lead actors.


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