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|Miami Vice: Stone's War|
|Directed by||David Jackson|
|Written by||David Jackson|
|Created by||Anthony Yerovich|
Philip Michael Thomas
|First aired||3 October 1986|
|featuring music by Andy Taylor|
Miami Vice: Stone's War is episode 2 from season 3 of the TV series Miami Vice, directed by David Jackson and first aired on 3 October 1986. The episode includes "When The Rain Comes Down" by Andy Taylor.
About the episode Edit
The plot of Stone's Wars revolves around Liddy supplying arms to unnamed fighters in an unnamed Central American country, but it's evident that it's US arms being shipped to the Contras in Nicaragua. There are performances by Bob Baliban and G Gordon Liddy reprising their roles from an episode from the previous season, with the final scene set to Jackson Browne's "Lives in the Balance" making a powerful ending.
- Don Johnson - Detective James Crockett
- Philip Michael Thomas - Detective Ricardo Tubbs
- Saundra Santiago - Detective Gina Calabrese (credit only)
- Michael Talbott - Detective Stan Switek
- John Diel - Detective Larry Zito (credit only)
- Olivia Brown - Detective Trudy Joplin
- Edward James Olmos - Lieutenant Martin Castillo
- Bob Balaban - Ira Stone
- G. Gordon Liddy - Mr. Real Estate / Capt. William Maynard
- Lonette McKee - Journalist
- Raymond Forchion - O'Hara
- Eduardo Corbe - Judge Zarvo
- Dave Corey - Bittenhaus
- Jody Wilson - Customs Agent