Miami Vice

Season 2 Episode 4

The Dutch Oven

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Aired Friday 10:00 PM Oct 25, 1985 on NBC
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Trudy is torn between love and duty when she learns that her lover's friend may be connected to a big-time cocaine dealer.

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    Don Johnson

    Don Johnson

    Det. James "Sonny" Crockett

    John Diehl

    John Diehl

    Det. Lawrence "Larry" Zito

    Olivia Brown

    Olivia Brown

    Det. Trudy Joplin

    Michael Talbott

    Michael Talbott

    Det. Stanley "Stan" Switek

    Saundra Santiago

    Saundra Santiago

    Det. Gina Navarro Calabrese

    Edward James Olmos

    Edward James Olmos

    Lt. Martin Castillo

    David Proval

    David Proval

    IA Det. Louie Gallo

    Guest Star

    Cleavant Derricks

    Cleavant Derricks

    David Jones

    Guest Star

    Giancarlo Esposito

    Giancarlo Esposito

    Adonis Jackson

    Guest Star

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    • TRIVIA (1)

      • In the final scene, Tubbs and Crockett leave Trudy alone so she can speak with her boyfriend. As they turn and walk away, you can hear the sound of a man coughing on the soundtrack. This is likely supposed to be Crockett, who is still reacting to having a plate full of cocaine thrown into his face in the previous scene. However, even though Johnson's back is to the camera at this point, you can see by his body movement that he clearly isn't coughing.

    • QUOTES (3)

      • Gallo (I.A.): Ninety percent of all cops never discharge their weapons. They go about their jobs, nobody gets hurt. Then there's the cowboy. How many shooting hearings have you had? Ten? How many men have died?
        Sonny: Only the bad guys, Gallo.

      • Trudy: Being a cop doesn't make for a normal relationship.
        Gina: Welcome to the club!

      • Crockett and Trudy are being interviewed by IA cops.
        Crockett: I'm a street cop, Gallo. I don't sit on my fat rump all day like you Alpha Hotels.

    • NOTES (3)

      • The German episode title is "Schock", meaning "Shock".

      • Music: "Women" (at begin) by Foreigner from album Head Games; "Diamond Field" (during shooting) by Pat Benatar from her album Tropico/Seven the Hard Way; "Love Is For Sale" (sung with band) by Cleavant Derricks; "King of Babylon" (sung on party boat) by David Johansen from his album Sweet Revenge; "Who to Listen To" (Trudy takes a walk) by Amy Grant from her album Unguarded.

      • Giancarlo Esposito appeared in 1st season episodes "Little Prince" and "Nobody Lives Forever."

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