Miami Vice

Season 2 Episode 16

Florence, Italy

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Aired Friday 10:00 PM Feb 14, 1986 on NBC
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A Grand Prix driver has a lot on his mind: first-time fatherhood, a race against his legendary dad --- and the fact that he is suspected of killing a teenage prostitute.

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      • Rick Alexander, Anthony Constantini, Daniel J. Leahy and Michael R. Tromer were nominated for an Emmy in the Outstanding Sound Mixing for a Drama Series category for their work on this episode.

      • The German episode title is "17 Jahre alt, tot", meaning "17 Years Old, Dead".

      • There is no such person as Wilton Crawley. It is a pseudonym for an unhappy writer. The script went through many permutations before filming by starting out as a hastily written draft by Paul Diamond, the writer of episodes "Evan" and "Phil the Shill." In fact, second unit racing footage was written and shot, but discarded, after the end of the 1st season before Diamond's draft was even completed. That script was called "The Prize" and was written to attract Mick Jagger, or a similar Brit rocker. Later it was revived for Danny Sullivan, and a whole new script was written in-house. Per the filing with US Copyright office, Paul Diamond is the credited writer, though in fact, there is not one word of his in the script.

      • Music: "Naughty Naughty" (begin) by John Parr from his S/T album; "Sellin' the Store" (party) by Cliff Sarde; "Cruise Missile" (motorcycle race) by Steve Morse Band from album The Introduction; "Up from the Skies" (asking questions on the streets) by Jimi Hendrix Experience from album Axis: Bold as Love; "Mercury Blues" (during pre-race) by David Lindley from album El Rayo-X.

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