A seemingly run-of-the mill hit-and-run turns into anything but when Togusa investigates. While in Tokyo, he discovers a secret from the past the GSDF is trying to keep hidden deep underground.
An assassination threat has been made against Prime Minister Kayabuki; Section 9 is called to serve as bodyguards Meanwhile, investigation on the Individual Eleven turns up some interesting history.
A vehicle with expired tags, turns up drugs and drug pipes.
It's a case of she said, she said.
A routine live-fire exercise goes wrong, leaving a fleet of AI controlled helicopters flying above a refugee area, firing on anyone who comes near. And a mysterious and creepy man known as Gohda arrives to tell Section 9 how to handle it.
Pelant returns to toy with the Jeffersonian team.
A hacker and thief by the name of Cash Eye plans on infiltrating a vault during a party, and Section 9 is called in to prevent it. But there are a number of strange elements in this case that don't all add up.
The team looks for a cure to save one of their own.
This episode focuses on the life of a refugee living in Japan. He has plans to 'reset the world' and change things. But are his plans merely violent daydreams, or something more sinister?
The detectives (Philip Michael Thomas, Don Johnson) investigate a railroad bordello and nearly short-circuit the candidacy of a gubernatorial candidate (Larry Pine).
Crockett must clear his name from being a cop on the take.
The Miami Vice team uncover an illegal Colombian baby adoption ring which involves a high-powered attorney.
Crockett tries to help preserve the athletic career of a high-school football star who stumbled into a heroin ring.
Crockett (Don Johnson) tries to deal with his wife's (Sheena Easton) success as a rock singer.
Crockett and Tubbs travel to the Everglades to retrieve a witness in a smuggling case.