All You Need Is Vice
How do you top the delightful romp that was "Made for Each Other"? ...Not like this. In this ADT propaganda piece, Tubbs is absent, a scrotum grab is too hot for network TV, the music choices wax ever more questionable, and not even Crockett can get inve.
In this wild, wonderful, and weirdly horny critique of heterosexuality, Swito get back on wack, Noogie and Izzy play freelance police, and a case of grand theft cement truck goes down in the anals of crime.
What's better than an episode with pee buckets, Lamps 'R' Us, and advanced seduction techniques with grinders and orange Faygo? An episode with all that and a special musical interlude from Philip Michael Thomas.
In this episode of Miami Vice, the acting is widely variable, girls just wanna have coke, a diplomat has the weirdest kink of all, four hours are mysteriously lost, and Orangegate has everyone profoundly Tubset.
Why put black lights in an airplane hangar? What drug pairs best with chicken wings? Why is that weird kid dancing for quarters again? This extended music video for a Glenn Frey song raises a lot of questions but provides very few answers, other than a r.
An episode of Miami Vice... that has good acting? And has a coherent plot? And doesn't revolve around Crockett and Tubbs? Perhaps these elements are related somehow. Join us as we explore Castillo's backstory, celebrate the return of Noogie, and wander r.
From a jumble of unrelated scripts emerges the tale of a fake nerd boy, untaken cakes, desk graffiti, secret Castillo backstory, our new favorite NPC, ...
From a jumble of unrelated scripts emerges the tale of a fake nerd boy, untaken cakes, desk graffiti, secret Castillo backstory, our new favorite NPC, and "the incredible richness that John Snyder brings to film," whatever that is.
Meet the newly elected the Pool Senator, and join us for discussion of punk movements, bad action movies, airport security, and occasional mentions of the 12th episode of Miami Vice. There's no Gina or Trudy but there is a very long explosion and a weapo.
Is this episode a botched adaptation of Antoine de Saint-Exupéry's esteemed novella? Probably not, becaues that would have at least been an interesting failure. Join us as we eat snacks and veer off on tangents to ease our slog through gratuitous polo ma.