Detective Ricardo "Rico" Tubbs, is a sexy, smart and very cool black ex-New York
Policeman who relocated to Miami to find the murderers of his brother and later
joined the Miami police force, assigned to narcotics. Rico’s partner is Det.
James "Sonny" Crockett. Tubbs drove a blue-gray 1963 Fleetwood Cadillac DeVille
convertible. In the series finale, both Crockett and Tubbs left the force.
(We Got It Made)
1054 West 61st Street
New York City, NY (Manhattan)
Davis is a lawyer. He lives with roommate Jay Bostwick and their sexy live-in
housekeeper, Mickey MacKenzie.
TUCKER, Josephine "Jo"
704 Holland Street
Jo is a tabloid columnist for The Chicago Eagle newspaper.
TUCKER, Rick & wife, Amanda
Los Angeles, CA (Mill Valley)
Rick and Amanda [a witch] live on a farm with a Siamese cat named Dickens and a
goat named Myra. Together, the Tucker's operate the Tucker & Tucker, Inc.
TUCKER & TUCKER, INC. DETECTIVE AGENCY
c/o Rick & Amanda Tucker
7000 Vista Del Mar Drive
Los Angeles, CA.
Amanda's car phone number is 555-8734.
Manhattan, New York City, NY
Martin is a book editor. Toby Pendalbee is his efficient secretary. His best
friend is TV personality Eddie Charles. Martin’s family includes his ex-wife,
Judith Tupper Stone and their son, Jeremy. Martin’s fictional apartment
residence is actually located at 196 Spring Street at Sullivan Street. The
building used for Martin's office is The Court Square Office Building at 2
Lafayette Street across from the U.S. Court House. Both structures are in the
Soho district of New York City.
TURNER, Harry & wife, Dolores
Detroit, Michigan (Royal Oaks)
Harry is the owner of Harry’s Hardware located at Third St. near Main. His store
is the hangout of Tim "The Tool Man" Taylor, a cable TV Fix-it show host. Al
Borland, Tim's co-host later became Harry's partner. Harry sold the store to Tim
Taylor and his brothers who invested in and worked the store with Al.
Somewhere in the U.S.A.
Paul Turner is a former Army scientist. He was exposed to Gulf War bio-toxins
and diagnosed with acute aplastic anemia. After five years of "crucifying" the
military of the Internet for their part in his debilitative illness, Turner is
given doses of an unknown drug that relieves his symptoms. Unfortunately, the
people who control the miracle drug, now withhold its curative powers until
Turner agrees to follow orders from a secretive Asian woman. Trapped between the
darkness of a depressive malady and the promise of potential cure for his
affliction, Turner reluctantly volunteers to join forces with a mysterious
USAMRIID group who sent him on missions to unearth criminal abuses in the fields
of science [viral infections, genetic manipulation, medical malfeasance, etc.]
To keep Turner from analyzing the drug, his benefactors had it engineered to
revert to a saline solution before it could be studied.
(Who's Watching the Kid?)
86 Desert Way
Las Vegas, NV
Stacy lives with fellow showgirl, Angie Vitola.
TUVOK, Lt Commander
(Star Trek: Voyager)
c/o The USS Voyager
Somewhere in the Delta Quadrant
Tuvok is the humorless security chief and tactical officer aboard the starship
Voyager [that is lost on the other side of the galaxy]. Like the science officer
Mr. Spock on the original Star Trek series, Tuvok was born on the planet Vulcan
and advocates the discipline of logic over emotion. As a hobby, Tuvok breeds
orchids. His close friend is ship’s commander Katherine Janeway. Prior to
serving on the Voyager, Tuvok taught for 16 years at Starfleet Academy. His
family [left behind in the Alpha Quadrant] includes his wife, T’Pel [married in
2304] and his four children [three sons and one daughter].
2831 Garfield Street
Donald owns the Ritz Discount Store. He lives with his wife, Edwina and their
children Donnie and Marie. His store employees are Larry Appleton and Balki
TYSON, Joseph "Joe"
Joe (a.k.a., "Cheesecake") is a blind computer hacker. He provides information
to Jon Sable, a freelance crime fighter who leaves Braille messages on the
inside lid of cheesecake boxes that he gives Tyson in payment for his services.