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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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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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Crockett and Tubbs are betrayed when they attempt to bring a Latin American dictator back to testify in a drug case.
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Crockett and Tubbs are betrayed when they attempt to bring a Latin American dictator back to testify in a drug case.
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Crockett and Tubbs discover a link between a series of gangland killings and a former Nazi now living in Miami.
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Tubbs and Crockett infiltrate a vigilante police group that risks innocent lives to dispense justice.
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Tubbs and Crockett pose as art fences to search for the main section of a 15th-century painting worth millions.
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An author Tubbs once sent to prison invites the detective to a party, takes him prisoner and demonstrates his views on justice.
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Crockett's (Don Johnson) scheming cousin (David Andrews) shows up in Miami with a daring new racket. Guest stars: John Santucci and Jesse Borrego.
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Crockett defends wounded Castillo when a mobster coerces a congresswoman into implicating the lieutenant in a drug deal.
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Undercover Tubbs falls for the widow of the drug kingpin he is investigating, unaware of her vengeful intentions.
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Tubbs and Crockett investigate an attorney who defends large-scale drug dealers, then steals and resells their merchandise.
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Switek sinks into gambling and drunkenness when thugs force him to talk his quarterback buddy into throwing a game.
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Trudy (Olivia Brown) becomes a decoy to trap a killer who is committing ritualistic murders of prostitutes. With Don Johnson and Philip Michael Thomas.
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Tubbs and Crockett reluctantly comply with an FBI request to guard a witness in a drug overlord's murder trial.
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Tubbs and Castillo attempt to intervene in a drug deal in which government agents want no police interference.
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Ordered to take time off, Crockett's vacation is cut short when he is abducted by three homicidal prison escapees.
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Castillo grapples with his emotions, protecting his ex-wife from a drug kingpin trying to kill her and her husband.
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As drug-lord Crockett's memory gradually returns, Tubbs feels his partner has gone bad and must be destroyed.

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