Go With The Heat
Go With The Heat
Go With The Heat 59 - El Viejo

Let's bring down this South American cocaine cowboy... Texas style! With two big guest stars and some Bon Jovi, this episode starts out great! Then, we meet Willie The Texas Ranger (AKA "Old Man"). The plot kinda meanders and eventually ends with a shootout at the cemetary over a python skinned briefcase and two kilos? I guess he really did want that briefcase back. Of course in true Miami Vice fashion, everyone dies and all those Miami prisons stay empty because no one ever makes it there.

John is ecstatic that we get great music and a musical guest star. Dominic has an awkward attraction to our drug lord. Melissa thinks two drinks is nowhere near enough.

Everything is bigger on this episode of Miami Vice.

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Episode Information

Miami Vice - S03E07 - El Viejo
Premiered Nov. 7, 1986
Writer: Alan Moskowitz (only ep)
Director: Aaron Lipstadt (Yankee Dollar, Payback)

Guest Stars

Willie Nelson as Texas Ranger Jake Pierson
Steve Buscemi as Rickles


Wanted Dead Or Alive by Bon Jovi

State Of Emergency by Cactus World News

Fly On The Windscreen by Depeche Mode


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Intro & transition music provided by:
"Cuban Sandwich", "Voice Over Under"
Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com)
Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0

Go With The Heat 59 – El Viejo