Propaganda is to democracy as violence is to a dictatorship.
My daughter bought me the first season of "Miami Vice" for Christmas. I can't say I'm a huge fan. I had honestly never seen it before, but she took a chance. (On a side note, I bought myself the first season of "Burn Notice" which I love.)There WAS a fantastic part in the pilot episode where Don Johnson is talking about his alligator that was (he says) originally a mascot for the Florida Gators. Only those with a passion for a Florida college team can understand all the underlying funnies in that little scene. (P.S. We are die-hard Seminole fans, just for the record.)I do like that they use '80's hits during the shows...I thought only modern shows TV shows were in the habit of using hit songs. One other thing: I learned a valuable (well, not really) lesson from watching just the pilot episode. Apparently, whenever you see a beach scene in a movie or TV show today, EVERY woman in the scene has implants. I guarantee you every one. How do I know?There is an extended beach scene in the pilot episode of "Miami Vice" and every single woman in the scene is flat-chested. I mean there wasn't even a B-cup anywhere. Typical aspiring model/actresses of the '80's. Nowadays it is apparently a prerequisite to upgrade to a D-cup (at least) if you hope to even have a "girl in the background" role. Sorry guys...they're not real.
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