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Default Miami Vice - Season Three and Four DVD Review

Crockett and Tubbs are back, looking for all the dirtbags in Miami! Fighting corruption episode by episode (with the greatest fashions, coolest cars, and some of the greatest music of all time), Miami Vice catches them all, from the drug dealers to the hookers to the rapists and much more! Season Three of the series marks a bit of change in the series. The episodes start to take upon a “darker” feeling as opposed to the lighter feeling of the first two seasons. It gets to the dirty stuff that is happening all throughout Miami/Dade County!
Season Three comes on a five-disc set from Universal Studios Home Entertainment that includes every single unedited episode of the season, complete with all of the original music that made Miami Vice the show that it was, including Bon Jovi, Peter Gabriel, Bryan Adams, Iggy Pop, John Lennon, Bob Seger, and more!

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Well, that was a pretty short wait in between seasons for Miami Vice! That’s right, on March 20th, Universal is releasing not only the Season Three of Miami Vice, but also Season Four! You can join Crockett and Tubbs again for 22 more episodes of the hit detective action drama from the 80s.
The fourth season is a very weird season of the show (but honestly, that is why I like it). For some reason, producers tried to recapture what they had in the first two seasons, but it had some unintended consequences, the biggest of which being that they kind of overdid it and there were some outright absurd episodes in this season (but that made this season interesting to me). The show still focused on the hard criminals of Miami and still had the very dark and gritty episodes like those introduced in Season Three, but we also get to see some “fun” plots, such as a crazy televangelist’s wife getting busted for trying to buy cocaine (since when do Crockett and Tubbs go after BUYERS?) or James Brown guest starring in an episode about being abducted by aliens. Crockett even gets married again in this season—for however long that will last. However, there is so much more than just that in this five-disc collection of unedited episodes with all of the original music, including artists such as Phil Collins, U2, Aerosmith, and more!

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