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An enthusiasts podcast for the cultural phenomenon that was Miami Vice. Each week Dominic, John, and Melissa break down an episode of Miami Vice starting at episode 1 and running through the entire course of the show.

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Go With The Heat 137 – Harley Davidson and The Marlboro Man

We’re finally back and we have an amazing movie to start off the new edition of the podcast. SLIGHTLY IN THE FUTURE is a story about a group of people the writer clearly forgot to rename before he submitted the script. Nothing matters except Don Johnson as a cowboy. He literally soaks up all the sexy in the entire film, even from baby Tom Sizemore and I-have-donut-on-my-face Mickey Rouke. Dominic is distracted by them Thicc Boys giving chase. Melissa thinks thunder thighs lives in that helicopter just staring at the blinky thing. John, once again, finds a forgotten gem in music and wants us all to go to NeilCarswell.com. It’s a hell of a ride and a huge WELCOME BACK for the Go With The Heat Podcast. Movie Info Movie: Harley Davidson and the Marlboro ManPremiered: Aug. 23, 1991Director: Simon WincerAlso credited with directing D.A.R.Y.L., Quigley Down Under, Free Willy – Wikipedia, Operation Dumbo Drop, Crocodile Dundee in Los Angeles. Directed a bunch of TV movies and miniseries plus a few TV episodes. Very accomplished director for an Australian.Writer: Don Michael PaulVery mixed history as an actor, writer and director. Director is where he’s done most of the work we’re interested in, including Sniper: Legacy (2014) starring Tom Berenger, Tremors 5: Bloodlines, Kindergarten Cop 2 plus writing and directed the 2018 movie Death Race: Beyond Anarchy. Lots of movies with a colon. Also has a writing credit on Cyborg. He is currently filming Bulletproof 2… Cast Mickey Rourke as Harley DavidsonDon Johnson as The Marlboro ManChelsea Field as Virginia SlimDaniel Baldwin as AlexanderGiancarlo Esposito as Jimmy JilesVanessa Williams as Lulu DanielsTom Sizemore as Chance WilderRobert Ginty as ThomTia Carrere as KimikoBig John Studd as Jack DanielsJulius Harris as “The Old Man” JilesEloy Casados as Jose CuervoKelly Hu as SuziBranscombe Richmond as Big IndianSven-Ole Thorsen as DavidSean “Hollywood” Hamilton as himself Music Long Way from Home by Copperhead The Bigger They Come by Peter Frampton, Steve Marriott Tower of Love by Roadhouse I Mess Around by Shooting Gallery Wild Obsession by L.A. Guns C’mon by The Screaming Jets Let’s Work Together by The Kentucky Headhunters Hardline by Waylon Jennings Ride with Me by Blackeyed Susan What Will I Tell My Heart by Vanessa Williams Bonus: Wanted Dead or Alive by Bon Jovi Stop the World by The Screaming Jets Work to Do and The Better Part of Me by Vanessa Williams Lets get down to brass tacks: This is an adult version of Breakin’ 2: Electric Boogaloo This movie goes back and forth between scifi and a western. Whenever it’s a Marlboro moment it set up like a western. When Harley is the lead its a scifi. Some message about modern versus simple, when things were good and now they’re messed up. Or that things just have always been messed up. They don’t get anything in this movie. No money, no bar, all their friends are dead. The only part that really rubs me the wrong way is Harley Davidson. He’s not what I think of when I think Harley. I think more old dude that kinda looks like Dog The Bounty Hunter who eats at Applebee’s and can’t go back to Chili’s after he had too many beers. Opening Opens with Harley guy at a hotel listening to radio about drugs, packs up and leaves his hooker on the bed. Credits roll as he leaves on his motorcycle through the desert, just heading West on his steel horse. Is this in the future? You put this drug into your eyes called Crystal Dream. This is the most helpful radio DJ ever Holy shit just starts with Bon Jovi and probably their best song. We get it, Mickey Rouke is the Harley guy. He’s very different than what I know of Harley people. Stacked cast, sometime in the future Gas Station being held up Harley guy ignores store being held up, fights his way through. Pool hall/strip club OMG Don Johnson as a cowboy beating a whole tribe of Native

91 MIN1 days ago
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Go With The Heat 137 – Harley Davidson and The Marlboro Man

Go With The Heat 136 – We’re Baaaack!

Little history This episode will come out on Sept. 23. On Sept. 24 we published GWTH no. 112 which was a retrospective on the Sonny Burnett arc. The episode before was Bad Timing and we were just about ready to go a bi-weekly schedule because Melissa was about to pop. Back then I used to lay out a blanket on the chair with extra pads, configure the recording area to try to be the most comfortable. Did that all the way up until we published our final episode because you pretty much recorded every episode after that with Valentina in your arms. The last Miami Vice based GWTH came out on 03/25, so its been about six months since we last published an episode. The glorious era of 1975 – 1995 A time when you were toast on the streets unless you knew karate or gymnastics Motorcycle gangs roamed the earth, looking for any excuse to get mixed up into a Donnybrook. This really was a special era. It was different because you could be a big name actor and be in a very low budget, off the rails...

20 MIN3 weeks ago
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Go With The Heat 136 – We’re Baaaack!

Go With The Heat 135 – The Finale

Its come to this. This is the last episode of Go With The Heat ever! The greatest Miami Vice podcast on the internet is to the end and in this episode we take a look back through the seasons and gush over how much we love the show. Over the 5 seasons of Vice we’ve had so many memorable moments and in our last episode we have a ton of fun looking back at everything. Thank you to everyone who’s been on this ride with us over the last three years. We set out every week to do one thing: Make each other laugh. We’re so thrilled that so many other people had fun with us, laughing along and even shedding a few tears (OH BABY TUBBS! WHERE ARE YOU!). The Miami Vice community is amazing. This week we’re talking about all the past seasons, picking out our top 5 episodes of the show and looking at music one last time. RSS | iTunes | Google | Pocket Casts | YouTube | TuneIn Become a Patron! Episode Information What Vice meant to us Show is tricky, very dedicated fan base. Always wanted to do...

73 MINMAR 25
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Go With The Heat 135 – The Finale

Go With The Heat 134 – Season 5 Review Spectacular!

After 21 episodes we’ve concluded our complete rundown of season 5 of Miami Vice. This week we’re taking a look back at the season, picking our favorite moments, guest stars and episodes. Then, we concluded with our traditional end of season clip show of all our best moments from the season of the greatest Miami Vice podcast on the internet! We’re pretty unanimous that the season was up and down but in the end when the show was good, it was AMAZING. This season we got amnesia, story wrap-ups, lost episodes and some guy named Miracle Man. This season really had it all and we loved it. Be sure to come back next week to catch our final show… EVER! Thanks to everyone that’s been on this ride with us, we have just one more episode to go. RSS | iTunes | Google | Pocket Casts | YouTube | TuneIn Become a Patron! Episode Information This is our season 5 recap where we go through and list out all of our favorite moments from this season Obviously as the last season we go from one major s...

79 MINMAR 18
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Go With The Heat 134 – Season 5 Review Spectacular!

Go With The Heat 133 – Freefall

Cannot believe it! We’re actually here. This is, for real, the absolute last episode of Miami Vice… EVER! After three years of slowly churning through every single episode we’ve finally made it to Freefall and we’re all so excited to finally see this episode. Regardless of all its flaws its still a great episode of Miami Vice. The biggest question we ask is: Would we feel different about Freefall if we didn’t watch the lost episodes first. Freefall did deliver on very, VERY important friendship and that’s exactly how it ended. Even through all their ups and downs and the friction in Too Much, Too Late the master crime fighting duo are still friends. So many of these shows end with everyone parting ways and leaving tons of unanswered questions. This episode ends with… tons of unanswered questions. But, we’ll always know that Crockett and Tubbs still love each other. John thinks Sonny has found his inner-meat fondler. Melissa has some advice for Bianca trying to distract the m...

67 MINMAR 11
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Go With The Heat 133 – Freefall

Go With The Heat 132 – The Preshow to Freefall

Freefall is such a massive, MASSIVE episode we had to break it two. As you know we not only breakdown the actual episode, but we love to look at the guest stars and music that were so important to Miami Vice. With Freefall’s epic amount of music and guest stars we’ve broken them out into their own episode so next week we can focus just on the series finale of our beloved Vice. This week its all about the atmosphere of Freefall. John gives us the full breakdown on the guest stars, which surprisingly doesn’t include Luis Guzman or Stanley Tucci. In music the Vice producers pulled it off. We get Phil Collins, Peter Gabriel, Mike Rutherford, and Chicago one more time. Over the last 3 years John has done an amazing job covering this aspect of Miami Vice and this is the final time we’ll be looking at music and guest stars. Its one for the ages, standing ovation required. RSS | iTunes | Google | Pocket Casts | YouTube | TuneIn Become a Patron! Episode Information Miami Vice – Season 0...

54 MINMAR 4
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Go With The Heat 132 – The Preshow to Freefall

Go With The Heat 131 – Too Much, Too Late

Okay, real talk. This is not only one of the best episodes of season 5, but maybe one of the best episodes of Miami Vice. This story is complex and nuanced. It has several subplots that lead directly into Freefall and for whatever reason it was completely pulled from air until reruns. To be honest, we’re all in total shock this episode did not air before Freefall on NBC. No jokes here, this episode really is something great. We have Stan’s gambling, Tubbs’ terrible loneliness, Tubbs & Crockett’s strained relationship and the closure of the Valerie story line. All of that doesn’t even include a very real and thoughtful story about a drug addict, child abuse & should a cop lie to take down despicable person. This is an episode of Miami Vice you can’t miss. RSS | iTunes | Google | Pocket Casts | YouTube | TuneIn Become a Patron! Episode Information Miami Vice – Season 05 Ep. 20 – Too Much, Too LatePremiered January 25, 1990 (Never aired originally, only came back on reruns late...

69 MINFEB 25
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Go With The Heat 131 – Too Much, Too Late

Go With The Heat 130 – Leap of Faith

Joey-freaking-Hardin. We’re in the last of the lost episodes and this isn’t an episode of Miami Vice. Don’t let the open credits fool you, no one associated with Vice would willingly put their name on this episode. This is supposed to be a pilot episode for a spinoff starring the ruiner of TV shows Justin Lazard, but it was never picked up. So forever this episode lives in Miami Vice lore and unfortunately a mandatory watch for season 5. But that doesn’t mean we don’t have a lot of fun at Joey’s expense! We help you get through this weeks episode with style and class, which is more than you can say about the YCU. Dominic and Melissa wonder about Sonny’s computer skills and that crazy knife Baines wields. John just has one question – Why did they put Ray’s hands in his pants? Its a terrible pilot for YCU and a hilarious episode of Go With The Heat. RSS | iTunes | Google | Pocket Casts | YouTube | TuneIn Become a Patron! Episode Information Miami Vice – Season 05 Ep. 19 – L...

54 MINFEB 18
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Go With The Heat 130 – Leap of Faith

Go With The Heat 129 – Miracle Man

Its another lost episode that should have made it into the original NBC aired list. All those times we had to deal with that dummy Joey Hardin meant NBC cut the season off early and hid the amazing Miracle Man from the masses. We are all in agreement – Miracle Man may not be the super hero we need, but the one we deserve. Dominic believes in Miracle Man trusting him to actually clean up the streets of Miami. John wonders what kind of harsh penalty people get for running over hot dog stands. Melissa is so happy to see Izzy again… and so sad for him at the end. Its a great episode of Miami Vice and of your Miami Vice podcast. RSS | iTunes | Google | Pocket Casts | YouTube | TuneIn Become a Patron! Episode Information Miami Vice – Season 05 Ep. 18 – Miracle ManPremiered June 21, 1989Writer: Robert Ward (Redemption in Blood, Asian Cut, Hard Knocks and others, still has one more coming) and Gillian Horvath (only ep., also wrote for Beverly Hills 90210 & Quantum Leap)Director: Alan My...

54 MINFEB 11
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Go With The Heat 129 – Miracle Man

Go With The Heat 128 – World of Trouble

So you’re probably thinking, “Hey pals, where’s the Freefall? Why isn’t this Freefall?” We decided many weeks back that we would watch the lost episodes before getting to the final episode of season 5 and of Miami Vice. It’s the way it was written and we have the luxury to watch it in that order now. Its a good thing too! In this, the first of the lost episodes, we get closure on one of the best villains from the show. Al Lombard makes his triumphant return and his final exit. We’re sad to see Al go, but its so nice to get closure on this story. John is really impressed by the planning to drop a dead guy from a helicopter into a pool. Melissa thinks Al carries spaghetti in his pockets and Dominic wonders if the preschool Tommy goes to is the same with the pumping iron kid. Its a fantastic episode of your Miami Vice podcast. RSS | iTunes | Google | Pocket Casts | YouTube | TuneIn Become a Patron! Episode Information Miami Vice – Season 05 Ep. 17 – World of TroublePremiered J...

55 MINFEB 4
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Latest Episodes

Go With The Heat 137 – Harley Davidson and The Marlboro Man

We’re finally back and we have an amazing movie to start off the new edition of the podcast. SLIGHTLY IN THE FUTURE is a story about a group of people the writer clearly forgot to rename before he submitted the script. Nothing matters except Don Johnson as a cowboy. He literally soaks up all the sexy in the entire film, even from baby Tom Sizemore and I-have-donut-on-my-face Mickey Rouke. Dominic is distracted by them Thicc Boys giving chase. Melissa thinks thunder thighs lives in that helicopter just staring at the blinky thing. John, once again, finds a forgotten gem in music and wants us all to go to NeilCarswell.com. It’s a hell of a ride and a huge WELCOME BACK for the Go With The Heat Podcast. Movie Info Movie: Harley Davidson and the Marlboro ManPremiered: Aug. 23, 1991Director: Simon WincerAlso credited with directing D.A.R.Y.L., Quigley Down Under, Free Willy – Wikipedia, Operation Dumbo Drop, Crocodile Dundee in Los Angeles. Directed a bunch of TV movies and miniseries plus a few TV episodes. Very accomplished director for an Australian.Writer: Don Michael PaulVery mixed history as an actor, writer and director. Director is where he’s done most of the work we’re interested in, including Sniper: Legacy (2014) starring Tom Berenger, Tremors 5: Bloodlines, Kindergarten Cop 2 plus writing and directed the 2018 movie Death Race: Beyond Anarchy. Lots of movies with a colon. Also has a writing credit on Cyborg. He is currently filming Bulletproof 2… Cast Mickey Rourke as Harley DavidsonDon Johnson as The Marlboro ManChelsea Field as Virginia SlimDaniel Baldwin as AlexanderGiancarlo Esposito as Jimmy JilesVanessa Williams as Lulu DanielsTom Sizemore as Chance WilderRobert Ginty as ThomTia Carrere as KimikoBig John Studd as Jack DanielsJulius Harris as “The Old Man” JilesEloy Casados as Jose CuervoKelly Hu as SuziBranscombe Richmond as Big IndianSven-Ole Thorsen as DavidSean “Hollywood” Hamilton as himself Music Long Way from Home by Copperhead The Bigger They Come by Peter Frampton, Steve Marriott Tower of Love by Roadhouse I Mess Around by Shooting Gallery Wild Obsession by L.A. Guns C’mon by The Screaming Jets Let’s Work Together by The Kentucky Headhunters Hardline by Waylon Jennings Ride with Me by Blackeyed Susan What Will I Tell My Heart by Vanessa Williams Bonus: Wanted Dead or Alive by Bon Jovi Stop the World by The Screaming Jets Work to Do and The Better Part of Me by Vanessa Williams Lets get down to brass tacks: This is an adult version of Breakin’ 2: Electric Boogaloo This movie goes back and forth between scifi and a western. Whenever it’s a Marlboro moment it set up like a western. When Harley is the lead its a scifi. Some message about modern versus simple, when things were good and now they’re messed up. Or that things just have always been messed up. They don’t get anything in this movie. No money, no bar, all their friends are dead. The only part that really rubs me the wrong way is Harley Davidson. He’s not what I think of when I think Harley. I think more old dude that kinda looks like Dog The Bounty Hunter who eats at Applebee’s and can’t go back to Chili’s after he had too many beers. Opening Opens with Harley guy at a hotel listening to radio about drugs, packs up and leaves his hooker on the bed. Credits roll as he leaves on his motorcycle through the desert, just heading West on his steel horse. Is this in the future? You put this drug into your eyes called Crystal Dream. This is the most helpful radio DJ ever Holy shit just starts with Bon Jovi and probably their best song. We get it, Mickey Rouke is the Harley guy. He’s very different than what I know of Harley people. Stacked cast, sometime in the future Gas Station being held up Harley guy ignores store being held up, fights his way through. Pool hall/strip club OMG Don Johnson as a cowboy beating a whole tribe of Native

91 MIN1 days ago
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Go With The Heat 137 – Harley Davidson and The Marlboro Man

Go With The Heat 136 – We’re Baaaack!

Little history This episode will come out on Sept. 23. On Sept. 24 we published GWTH no. 112 which was a retrospective on the Sonny Burnett arc. The episode before was Bad Timing and we were just about ready to go a bi-weekly schedule because Melissa was about to pop. Back then I used to lay out a blanket on the chair with extra pads, configure the recording area to try to be the most comfortable. Did that all the way up until we published our final episode because you pretty much recorded every episode after that with Valentina in your arms. The last Miami Vice based GWTH came out on 03/25, so its been about six months since we last published an episode. The glorious era of 1975 – 1995 A time when you were toast on the streets unless you knew karate or gymnastics Motorcycle gangs roamed the earth, looking for any excuse to get mixed up into a Donnybrook. This really was a special era. It was different because you could be a big name actor and be in a very low budget, off the rails...

20 MIN3 weeks ago
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Go With The Heat 136 – We’re Baaaack!

Go With The Heat 135 – The Finale

Its come to this. This is the last episode of Go With The Heat ever! The greatest Miami Vice podcast on the internet is to the end and in this episode we take a look back through the seasons and gush over how much we love the show. Over the 5 seasons of Vice we’ve had so many memorable moments and in our last episode we have a ton of fun looking back at everything. Thank you to everyone who’s been on this ride with us over the last three years. We set out every week to do one thing: Make each other laugh. We’re so thrilled that so many other people had fun with us, laughing along and even shedding a few tears (OH BABY TUBBS! WHERE ARE YOU!). The Miami Vice community is amazing. This week we’re talking about all the past seasons, picking out our top 5 episodes of the show and looking at music one last time. RSS | iTunes | Google | Pocket Casts | YouTube | TuneIn Become a Patron! Episode Information What Vice meant to us Show is tricky, very dedicated fan base. Always wanted to do...

73 MINMAR 25
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Go With The Heat 135 – The Finale

Go With The Heat 134 – Season 5 Review Spectacular!

After 21 episodes we’ve concluded our complete rundown of season 5 of Miami Vice. This week we’re taking a look back at the season, picking our favorite moments, guest stars and episodes. Then, we concluded with our traditional end of season clip show of all our best moments from the season of the greatest Miami Vice podcast on the internet! We’re pretty unanimous that the season was up and down but in the end when the show was good, it was AMAZING. This season we got amnesia, story wrap-ups, lost episodes and some guy named Miracle Man. This season really had it all and we loved it. Be sure to come back next week to catch our final show… EVER! Thanks to everyone that’s been on this ride with us, we have just one more episode to go. RSS | iTunes | Google | Pocket Casts | YouTube | TuneIn Become a Patron! Episode Information This is our season 5 recap where we go through and list out all of our favorite moments from this season Obviously as the last season we go from one major s...

79 MINMAR 18
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Go With The Heat 134 – Season 5 Review Spectacular!

Go With The Heat 133 – Freefall

Cannot believe it! We’re actually here. This is, for real, the absolute last episode of Miami Vice… EVER! After three years of slowly churning through every single episode we’ve finally made it to Freefall and we’re all so excited to finally see this episode. Regardless of all its flaws its still a great episode of Miami Vice. The biggest question we ask is: Would we feel different about Freefall if we didn’t watch the lost episodes first. Freefall did deliver on very, VERY important friendship and that’s exactly how it ended. Even through all their ups and downs and the friction in Too Much, Too Late the master crime fighting duo are still friends. So many of these shows end with everyone parting ways and leaving tons of unanswered questions. This episode ends with… tons of unanswered questions. But, we’ll always know that Crockett and Tubbs still love each other. John thinks Sonny has found his inner-meat fondler. Melissa has some advice for Bianca trying to distract the m...

67 MINMAR 11
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Go With The Heat 133 – Freefall

Go With The Heat 132 – The Preshow to Freefall

Freefall is such a massive, MASSIVE episode we had to break it two. As you know we not only breakdown the actual episode, but we love to look at the guest stars and music that were so important to Miami Vice. With Freefall’s epic amount of music and guest stars we’ve broken them out into their own episode so next week we can focus just on the series finale of our beloved Vice. This week its all about the atmosphere of Freefall. John gives us the full breakdown on the guest stars, which surprisingly doesn’t include Luis Guzman or Stanley Tucci. In music the Vice producers pulled it off. We get Phil Collins, Peter Gabriel, Mike Rutherford, and Chicago one more time. Over the last 3 years John has done an amazing job covering this aspect of Miami Vice and this is the final time we’ll be looking at music and guest stars. Its one for the ages, standing ovation required. RSS | iTunes | Google | Pocket Casts | YouTube | TuneIn Become a Patron! Episode Information Miami Vice – Season 0...

54 MINMAR 4
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Go With The Heat 132 – The Preshow to Freefall

Go With The Heat 131 – Too Much, Too Late

Okay, real talk. This is not only one of the best episodes of season 5, but maybe one of the best episodes of Miami Vice. This story is complex and nuanced. It has several subplots that lead directly into Freefall and for whatever reason it was completely pulled from air until reruns. To be honest, we’re all in total shock this episode did not air before Freefall on NBC. No jokes here, this episode really is something great. We have Stan’s gambling, Tubbs’ terrible loneliness, Tubbs & Crockett’s strained relationship and the closure of the Valerie story line. All of that doesn’t even include a very real and thoughtful story about a drug addict, child abuse & should a cop lie to take down despicable person. This is an episode of Miami Vice you can’t miss. RSS | iTunes | Google | Pocket Casts | YouTube | TuneIn Become a Patron! Episode Information Miami Vice – Season 05 Ep. 20 – Too Much, Too LatePremiered January 25, 1990 (Never aired originally, only came back on reruns late...

69 MINFEB 25
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Go With The Heat 131 – Too Much, Too Late

Go With The Heat 130 – Leap of Faith

Joey-freaking-Hardin. We’re in the last of the lost episodes and this isn’t an episode of Miami Vice. Don’t let the open credits fool you, no one associated with Vice would willingly put their name on this episode. This is supposed to be a pilot episode for a spinoff starring the ruiner of TV shows Justin Lazard, but it was never picked up. So forever this episode lives in Miami Vice lore and unfortunately a mandatory watch for season 5. But that doesn’t mean we don’t have a lot of fun at Joey’s expense! We help you get through this weeks episode with style and class, which is more than you can say about the YCU. Dominic and Melissa wonder about Sonny’s computer skills and that crazy knife Baines wields. John just has one question – Why did they put Ray’s hands in his pants? Its a terrible pilot for YCU and a hilarious episode of Go With The Heat. RSS | iTunes | Google | Pocket Casts | YouTube | TuneIn Become a Patron! Episode Information Miami Vice – Season 05 Ep. 19 – L...

54 MINFEB 18
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Go With The Heat 130 – Leap of Faith

Go With The Heat 129 – Miracle Man

Its another lost episode that should have made it into the original NBC aired list. All those times we had to deal with that dummy Joey Hardin meant NBC cut the season off early and hid the amazing Miracle Man from the masses. We are all in agreement – Miracle Man may not be the super hero we need, but the one we deserve. Dominic believes in Miracle Man trusting him to actually clean up the streets of Miami. John wonders what kind of harsh penalty people get for running over hot dog stands. Melissa is so happy to see Izzy again… and so sad for him at the end. Its a great episode of Miami Vice and of your Miami Vice podcast. RSS | iTunes | Google | Pocket Casts | YouTube | TuneIn Become a Patron! Episode Information Miami Vice – Season 05 Ep. 18 – Miracle ManPremiered June 21, 1989Writer: Robert Ward (Redemption in Blood, Asian Cut, Hard Knocks and others, still has one more coming) and Gillian Horvath (only ep., also wrote for Beverly Hills 90210 & Quantum Leap)Director: Alan My...

54 MINFEB 11
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Go With The Heat 129 – Miracle Man

Go With The Heat 128 – World of Trouble

So you’re probably thinking, “Hey pals, where’s the Freefall? Why isn’t this Freefall?” We decided many weeks back that we would watch the lost episodes before getting to the final episode of season 5 and of Miami Vice. It’s the way it was written and we have the luxury to watch it in that order now. Its a good thing too! In this, the first of the lost episodes, we get closure on one of the best villains from the show. Al Lombard makes his triumphant return and his final exit. We’re sad to see Al go, but its so nice to get closure on this story. John is really impressed by the planning to drop a dead guy from a helicopter into a pool. Melissa thinks Al carries spaghetti in his pockets and Dominic wonders if the preschool Tommy goes to is the same with the pumping iron kid. Its a fantastic episode of your Miami Vice podcast. RSS | iTunes | Google | Pocket Casts | YouTube | TuneIn Become a Patron! Episode Information Miami Vice – Season 05 Ep. 17 – World of TroublePremiered J...

55 MINFEB 4
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Go With The Heat 128 – World of Trouble
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