The Best of the 80s: Miami Vice
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Relive the steamy action, the iconic fashions and the original, unforgettable music that defined a decade with the best of Miami Vice. Ride shotgun with suave Vice cops Sonny Crockett (Golden Globe winner Don Johnson) and Rico Tubbs (Philip Michael Thomas) as they battle a never-ending gallery of criminals. Set to an electrifying soundtrack of rock legends and joined by stellar guest stars, including Julia Roberts, Ving Rhames and Jimmy Smits, every episode crackles with excitement and stylish flair. This two-disc set includes eight of the best episodes — including the unforgettable series premiere and finale — from the hit show that remains one of television’s most innovative and influential series. It’s a must-own for every Miami Vice fan! Feel the heat!
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That being said: "Smuggler's Blues" is a great episode with Glenn Frey, The pre-opening credits scene of "Calderone's Return, Part 2" is by far one of the most incredible sequences on T.V. in the 80s'. Crockett and Tubbs are racing across the open sea in a Chris-Craft Stinger while the haunting Russ Ballard song "Voices" is playing in the back ground, as each cop reflects on how they got to where they are via a series of flashbacks. And they included the best T.V. episode of all time in "Out Where the Buses Don't Run." Who can forget the end with the incredible Dire Straights song "Brothers in Arms" playing as Hank Weldon reveals his darkest secret to Sonny and Rico and to the audience as well? Best twist ending on episodic television.