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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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An actress's on-screen murder propels Tubbs and Crockett to investigate the film's flaky director (Paul Guilfoyle).
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The fury of feuding TV evangelists hits Tubbs when he is accused of raping a parishioner; guests Brian Dennehy, Anita Morris.
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By scaring the jury into a mistrial, a mobster hopes to buy time to find the witness Crockett is protecting.
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An East German spy (Jeroen Krabbe) seeks revenge for the 26-year-old murder of Gina's Cuban mother; guest Shawn Elliott.
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An actor/writer steals a drug dealer's wallet containing vital information; guest Benicio Del Toro.
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A motorcycle gang seeks to avenge a drug-dealing comrade's death by killing his customers. Written by John Milius.
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Tubbs and Crockett probe drug busts ruined by phony federal agents who disappeared with the evidence; guest Ian McShane.
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The detectives seek a murder witness (Vanity), unaware she works for Sonny's lover (Melanie Griffith), a madam; guest George Takei.
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Tubbs searches desperately for the source of leaks about future drug busts; guest Lou Diamond Phillips.
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The electronics whiz supplying Crockett and Tubbs with surveillance devices also outfits their drug-dealing quarry.
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Vacationing on a remote Caribbean island, unarmed Tubbs is the target of vengeful drug kingpin Orlando Calderone.
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Crockett is investigated when authorities link his physician girlfriend (Helena Bonham Carter) to a drug kingpin.
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Castillo helps a former detective (Dr. Haing S. Ngor) from Vietnam pursue a hit man before a Latin American leader's arrival.
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While attending a swanky party, Crockett and Tubbs uncover a radical Cuban organization's plot to assassinate a Cuban diplomat.
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Crockett and Tubbs are targeted for murder by a crime boss when they try to solve a fellow cop's murder.
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Zito becomes the trainer for a promising young fighter while Crockett and Tubbs pose as promoters to smash a gangster's money-laundering scheme.
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New evidence in an 8-year-old murder makes Crockett race to save a death-row inmate he helped incarcerate.
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An undercover officer (Bill Paxton) and his prostitute lover help the detectives find the source of some pure pharmaceutical cocaine.
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A heartbroken young mother helps Tubbs and Crockett trap a black-marketeer selling Colombian infants in the United States.
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Tubb's former partner (Victor Love) abducts a chemist for drug-dealing motorcyclists, then frames Rico for the crime.
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Crockett and Tubbs keep tabs on a crusty lawman (Willie Nelson) who plans to sell 50 kilos of cocaine to a murderous Bolivian dealer.

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