Episode Guide

Miami Vice Episode Guide and Episode Summaries

 

Miami Vice Emmy Awards Guide

Miami Vice Golden Globes Award Guide

 

Season 1: 1984-85

Intro the Miami Dade Vice Squad… we meet Sonny Crockett, his friends on the squad, his original partner, Eddie Rivera, and newcomer Ricardo Tubbs. We discover who Sonny is by finding out about his family, his cover, his yacht, and his beloved car, the Ferrari Daytona Spyder.

Pilot: Miami Vice
Heart of Darkness
Cool Runnin’
Hit List
Calderon’s Demise
One-Eyed Jack
No Exit
The Great McCarthy
Glades
Give A Little, Take A Little
Little Prince
Milk Run
Score
Golden Triangle
Smuggler’s Blues
Rites of Passage
The Maze
Made For Each Other
The Home Invaders
Nobody Lives Forever
Evan
Lombard

Season 2: 1985-86

The excitement continues on its same fast pace as last season. We get more stories involving the rest of the squad as lead investigators, which enriches the relationships of the team as a whole, instead of a myopic POV of just the lead pair of detectives.

Prodigal Son
Whatever Works
Out Where the Buses Don’t Run
The Dutch Oven
Buddies
Junk Love
Tale of the Goat
Bushido
Bought and Paid For
Back in the World
Phil the Shill
Definitely Miami
Yankee Dollar
One Way Ticket
Little Miss Dangerous
Florence Italy
French Twist
The Fix
Payback
Free Verse
Trust Fund Pirates
Sons and Lovers

Season 3: 1986-87

A darker, grittier Vice has arrived. The Daytona is history, replaced by a sleeker, meaner Testarossa. The clothes are darker, the attitude is rougher, and the music takes on a harder, deeper edge.

When Irish Eyes are Crying
Stone’s War
Kill Shot
Walk-Alone
The Good Collar
Shadow in the Dark
El Viejo
Better Living Through Chemistry
Baby Blues
Streetwise
Forgive Us Our Debts
Down for the Count, Part 1
Down for the Count, Part 2
Cuba Libre
The Savage
Theresa
The Afternoon Plane
Lend Me An Ear
Red Tape
By Hooker By Crook
Knock Knock… Who’s There?
Viking Bikers From Hell
Everybody’s In Showbiz
Heroes of the Revolution

Season 4: 1987-88

The season we all went on a Strange Ride. A season that in some ways both lost its primary direction and its mission, while at the same time trying to towards look at new ones. A mid-season change in Sonny’s personal life begins an arc that leaves us with a super-charged season-ending cliffhanger.

Contempt of Court
Amen, Send Money
Death and the Lady
The Big Thaw
Child’s Play
God’s Work
Missing Hours
Like A Hurricane
Rising Sun of Death
Love at First Sight
Rock and a Hard Place
The Cows of October
Vote of Confidence
Baseballs of Death
Indian Wars
Honor Among Thieves?
Hell Hath No Fury
Badge of Dishonor
Blood and Roses
A Bullet for Crockett
Deliver Us From Evil
Mirror Image

Season 5: 1988-89

Resurrection and Redemption. The opening episodes conclude the arc begun halfway through last season. Some of the old focus is back in many of the episodes, but the overall feel has been altered dramatically from the earlier seasons with the departure of musician Jan Hammer and the arrival of musician Tim Truman. The way is paved for potential pilots, and a very Miami Vice styled end to the run.

Hostile Takeover
Redemption in Blood
Heart of Night
Bad Timing
Borrasca
Line of Fire
Asian Cut
Hard Knocks
Fruit of the Poison Tree
To Have and To Hold
Miami Squeeze
Jack of All Trades
The Cell Within
The Lost Madonna
Over the Line
Victims of Circumstance
Freefall (Series Finale)
World of Trouble
Miracle Man
Leap of Faith
Too Much, Too Late