Miami Mice is a Sesame Street parody of the 1980s cop drama Miami Vice. The recurring sketch features two fashion-conscious mouse detectives, Tito and J.P., parodying the two main characters in Miami Vice.

Street Scenes


Picture First Appearance Description
Episode 2200 Kermit Interviews the Mice

Kermit tries to interview the mice about adventure, but finds it difficult to continue the interview when he's interrupted by a jet plane, an animal stampede, and a giant monster all making their way through the office.

This segment was filmed on January 3, 1986 and directed by Emily Squires.[1]

Episode 2209 Ernie's Rubber Duckie at the Repair Shop

Ernie goes to a repair shop to pick up his broken Rubber Duckie, but he can't get into the shop because it's cerrado (closed in Spanish).

Miami Mice Space Center
Episode 2344 The Space Center

Tito and J.P. help the Count von Count to get to the space center, so he can do the countdown. The trip gets delayed when The Count mistakenly opens the closet door and decides to count their wardrobe. The mice distract him from counting the wardrobe by pointing out the high number of palm trees on the way to the space center.

Episode 2457 Gordon gets ready for his morning exercises, when the Miami Mice pull up on the block. Tito and J. P. want to join him, though they like exercising not for the health benefits, but because they look great in sweatsuits.
Episode 2581 Emergency Call

In a street scene, the Count phones the Miami Mice to make an urgent visit to Sesame Street. The mice are disappointed to find that all they're needed for is to be counted by the Count.



Tito and J.P. on the job.

  • On Sesamstrasse, the German co-production of Sesame Street, the mice were dubbed by the original German dubbing voices of Don Johnson and Philip Michael Thomas (Reet Reeins and Lutz Mackensy respectively). Sesame Street and Miami Vice were both dubbed in the same studio, Studio Hamburg, where the Sesamstrasse live segments were also shot.


  1. Tape slate

See also

  • The "Miami Mice" title was also used for a parody comic in the Spring 1986 issue of Muppet Magazine with Muppet Show characters.
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