We’re gonna be totally honest with you, Joey is a problem. This would have been a totally fine episode of Miami Vice and even though its a by-the-numbers dirty FBI officer, its almost good. Joey… Joey is just bad.

Dom is concerned for Crockett’s “its a big ocean” decision when they spend most of their time docked. John doesn’t think someone on the set liked Frosted Flakes (how could you treat Tony the Tiger like this). Melissa, well you know her. She doesn’t like snitches and thinks Joey is pretty soft.

Its a conflicting episode of Miami Vice but we’re here to get you through it.

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Episode Information

Miami Vice – Season 05 Ep. 06 – Line of Fire
Premiered December 16, 1988
Writer: Raymond Hartung (one more coming, story editor for almost all the season 5 episodes)
Director: Richard Compton (Down for the Count, Everybody’s in Showbiz, The Big Thaw, also did as episode of Season 4 Mirror Image, still one more coming)

Guest Stars

Aharon Ipale as Carlos Cantero
Justin Lazard as DEA Agent Joey Hardin/Keith Mollis
Kevyn Major Howard as FBI Agent Bates
Barry Primus as FBI Agent Daley

Music

Stigmata by Ministry

Madame Axe by Rugged Edge

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Only the Good Die Young by Iron Maiden

Layla by Derek and the Dominos

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Go With The Heat 114 – Line of Fire