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This series is largely remembered for the stylish clothes Detectives Sonny Crockett and Ricardo Tubbs wore, the soundtrack, and its distinct visuals. But beneath the veneer is a surprisingly dark cop show. The cocaine boom of the 1980s framed many stories about drugs and murder, with Crockett and Tubbs often resorting to violence in the course of their work.

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Gangs trap Tubbs during his undercover assignment in their heavily guarded, besieged apartment house; guest Joe Morton.
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A former girlfriend (Pam Grier) and Tubbs try to convince her drug-addicted sister (Tery Ferman) to leave prostitution.
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A bush pilot (Glenn Frey) agrees to fly Crockett and Tubbs to Colombia where they search for someone robbing drug smugglers.
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Castillo asks Crockett and Tubbs to find the drug smuggler (Keye Luke) who kidnaped his wife.
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The detectives use a prostitute (Robin Johnson) to trap a safecracker, unaware she is allied with the crook.
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Two students get in trouble smuggling cocaine-filled statues into the country for a gangster (Alexis Arguello).
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The detectives arrest a drug dealer's addicted son in hopes the young man will reveal something about his father.
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While Crockett goes to jail for refusing to name an informer tied to a crime boss (Burt Young), Gina risks all to nab the mobster.
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The detectives enter the Florida marshes to find a drug dealer who decides against testifying when his daughter is abducted.
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Crockett's renovated "cigarette" boat is used to stop a speedboat hobbyist who also smuggles drugs.
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Federal agents join Tubbs and Crockett to stop a dealer (Bruce Willis) from selling Stinger ground-to-air missiles.
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Crockett attempts to help an old flame free herself from a racketeer (Dennis Farina), then is framed for taking bribes.
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While on the trail of Calderone in Bimini, Tubbs falls in love with a woman who forces him to consider his loyalties.
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Tubbs works to save Crockett and family from falling victim to an Argentine assassin hired by drug boss Calderone.
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Crockett and Tubbs must enlist an unreliable petty thief (Charlie Barnett) to help bust a Jamaican drug operation.
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Crockett and Tubbs are skeptical of rumors the undercover FBI agent (Ed O'Neill) has betrayed their operation.
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Miami police detective Sonny Crockett reluctantly teams with New York-bred newcomer Ricardo Tubbs.
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Tubbs (Philip Michael Thomas) considers marriage to a former love (Pam Grier) who has returned to help a drug-addicted friend. With Don Johnson and Edward James Olmos.
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Crockett, his protege and a friend (Kiel Martin) investigate a professor for a series of drug-related student deaths.
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A loon in superhero garb unwittingly ruins Tubbs and Switek's drug busts and makes himself the target of hustlers, TV reporters and hit men.
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A mob boss (Dennis Farina), believed dead, reappears and must avoid a drug kingpin who vows to kill him.

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