Go With The Heat 98 – Badge of Dishonor
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If you would have told us last week that Badge of Dishonor would be the most debated episode of Miami Vice on our podcast, we would have thrown our magic book in your face. But its totally true! We have a HEFTY debate about the meaning of this episode. We have deep conversations about homelessness, Vice letting their personal feelings get in the way and lots of celebrity look-alikes.

John’s is happy music is back and wonders if there is a difference between “dance-able electronica” and… you know, regular electronica. Dominic expresses his love for Bryan Adams and makes a stunning discovery. Melissa has to put her foot down and set the boys straight, once and for all.

Its about to get rowdy on your Miami Vice podcast!

Episode Information

Miami Vice – Season 04 Ep. 18 – Badge of Dishonor
Premiered March 18, 1988
Writer: Dick Wolf w/teleplay by Michael Duggan & Peter Lance (all are producers and show runners)
Director: Richard Compton (Down for the Count 1 & 2, Everybody’s in Showbiz, The Big Thaw, 3 more coming)

There’s a lot of high level, high ranking, veteran Vice people working on this episode. I wonder why this one was singled out & every one wanted to work on it. Because Wolf wrote it? The boss wrote the episode so people fought to be involved?

Guest Stars

Jsu Garcia as South Beach Detective Colon
Michele Shay as South Beach Detective Montana Stone
Reni Santoni as South Beach Lieutenant Arturo Dominguez


Glory! Glory! by Underworld

Eyes of a Stranger by The Payola$


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Intro & transition music provided by:
Cuban Sandwich, Voice Over Under
Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com)
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Go With The Heat 98 – Badge of Dishonor
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