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Go With The Heat

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Every two weeks Dom, Melissa, and John break down the greatest movies to punch, chop and kick. After going through the entire run of Miami Vice, we've graduated to the greatest era of action movies. Karate? You betcha. Rooftop hand-to-hand combat? You better believe it. A pommel horse right when you need it most to do gymkata!? Guaranteed. Join us as we look at all the great action movies you love.
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160 - The King of Karate Cities
Its all come down to this! We’ve gone through all 8 movies in this  season and are ready to crown the greatest karate city. There are many  to choose from, including the entire country of France. We have a lot of  fun discussing some of our favorite moments and debating the best of  these four categories… – Best sidekick – Best villain – Biggest badass – Greatest karate city We would love to hear from you! Please, email us with your choices  from the movies in this season. We can’t just give it all to Toronto,  tell us your best karate city. This is also the final episode before we go on extended break. We  will be back next year with season 3 of the movies podcast with an whole  new theme. Until then, stay subscribed to this feed, we have a couple  surprises lined up during our break. Hosts Dominic Twitter: @domcorriveau YouTube: Dominic Corriveau Personal Podcast: DC Talks Blog: ObscuredNarration.com John Twitter: @corriveau_john Melissa Twitter: @mrsmelcorriveau Feedback Got some feedback? Contact Us. Email: gowiththeheat[@]gmail[.]com The shows official accounts: Twitter – https://twitter.com/gowiththeheat  Facebook – https://facebook.com/gowiththeheat  Instagram – https://www.instagram.com/gowiththeheat/ Intro & transition music provided by: Cuban Sandwich, Voice Over Under Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com) Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0
36:02
October 19, 2020
160 - Miami Connection
This is a once-in-a-lifetime movie. Seriously. This is as good as a  karate movie gets. How do we know? Its got all the tropes. Full songs  that are oddly specific to the scene? Check. Sensei beating the shit out  of their own students? Check. Always doing the right thing no matter  what? Just listen to the lyrics… We absolutely adore this movie and always, ALWAYS have a ton of fun  when watching and now we finally get to profess our love of Miami  Connection, Dragon Sound, and Jim’s Dad. This is our final movie of this  season and we IMPLORE you to listen to our breakdown, then run out and  buy a copy of Miami Connection for your own library so you can watch  again and again. Movie info Premiered: Aug. 26, 1988 (Dec. 11, 2012) Directed by: Richard Park and Y.K. Kim Written by: Richard Park and Y.K. Kim Produced by: Y.K. Kim This movie was Y.K. Kim’s vision and brainchild, with Richard Park (a  Korean film director) facilitating the entire thing.  So many people want to say this is a terrible movie and they use it  to just rip it apart and capitalize on the “bad movie” trend. These  people don’t care about these movies the way we do. They only want to  tear down and use other people’s misfortunes to build themselves up.  This goes against everything this movie stands for. Friendship. Honesty.  Loyalty. These are the things that matter in life and Kim knew that. I  will never tear this movie down, it is fantastic and tells an amazing  story about friendship and family. This is the only movie in this season  that has an actual heart, and not dollar signs in their eyes. Hosts Dominic Twitter: @domcorriveau YouTube: Dominic Corriveau Personal Podcast: DC Talks Blog: ObscuredNarration.com John Twitter: @corriveau_john Melissa Twitter: @mrsmelcorriveau Feedback Got some feedback? Contact Us. Email: gowiththeheat[@]gmail[.]com The shows official accounts: Twitter – https://twitter.com/gowiththeheat Facebook – https://facebook.com/gowiththeheat Instagram – https://www.instagram.com/gowiththeheat/ Intro & transition music provided by: Cuban Sandwich, Voice Over Under Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com) Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0
01:08:55
October 5, 2020
158 - Lone Wolf McQuade
We are going to warn you up front we are not a fan of this movie.  Along these lines, we say some pretty harsh things about the Chuckster  and Turtle Carradine, I mean David Carradine. So if you’re gonna get  your feelings hurt by us making fun of this movie, we’ll see you next  week for Miami Connection. Now with that out of the way, this is a stinker and we have so much  fun Dominic stopped breathing for 3 consecutive minutes after Melissa  called Kung Fu man a Diplodocus. This movie is so ridiculous its  probably the funniest episode of the Go With The Heat podcast ever. You  may not agree with our assessment of this movie, there is one thing we  can all agree on… This is 100% a karate movie. Seriously, don’t miss this episode of the podcast. It is laugh out  loud hilarious. But go ahead and skip Lone Wolf McQuade. This podcast is  a better version. Movie info Premiered: April 15, 1983 Directed: Steve Carver Did  a lot of work with Corman. Edited a bunch of trailers and commercials,  directed a handful. Also directed An Eye For An Eye with the Chuckster. Written: H. Kaye Dyal , B.J. Nelson Another shruggie. Cast Chuck Norris David Carradine Barbara Carrera Leon Isaac Kennedy L. Q. Jones Robert Beltran Hosts Dominic Twitter: @domcorriveau YouTube: Dominic Corriveau Personal Podcast: DC TalksBlog: ObscuredNarration.com John Twitter: @corriveau_john Melissa Twitter: @mrsmelcorriveau Feedback Got some feedback? Contact Us. Email: gowiththeheat[@]gmail[.]com The shows official accounts: Twitter – https://twitter.com/gowiththeheat Facebook – https://facebook.com/gowiththeheat Instagram – https://www.instagram.com/gowiththeheat/ Intro & transition music provided by: Cuban Sandwich, Voice Over Under Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com) Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0
01:02:07
September 21, 2020
157 - Angel Town
After an unexpected vacation, we’re back with a movie we have been  chomping at the bit to watch. To be honest, it was everything we hoped  it would be. It was like watching an action movie dubbed by Tommy Wiseau  and we have zero complaints. We have a lot to love about Angel Town, including Jacque absolutely  destroying fools. Its also the first movie where the main character is  100% optional. We only have one question… What happened in Hong Kong? Movie info Premiered: Feb. 23, 1990 Directed: Eric Karson We have a type and we can’t fight it. We find these movies not knowing  that they’re connected! He also directed The Octogon (ninjas…) and Black  Eagle (JCVD). He also produced Lionheart and acted in it. Written: S. Warren ¯\_(ツ)_/¯ Cast Olivier Gruner as Jacques Montaigne Theresa Saldana as Maria Ordonez Frank Aragon as Martin Ordonez Peter Kwong as Henry Hosts Dominic Twitter: @domcorriveauYouTube: Dominic CorriveauPersonal Podcast: DC TalksBlog: ObscuredNarration.com John Twitter: @corriveau_john Melissa Twitter: @mrsmelcorriveau Feedback Got some feedback? Contact Us. Email: gowiththeheat[@]gmail[.]com The shows official accounts: Twitter – https://twitter.com/gowiththeheat  Facebook – https://facebook.com/gowiththeheat  Instagram – https://www.instagram.com/gowiththeheat/ Intro & transition music provided by: Cuban Sandwich, Voice Over Under Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com) Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0
01:10:35
September 6, 2020
156 - Classic Rerun: Blood and Roses
Hey pals, we had a very busy two weeks. Between our normal schedule,  John on vacation, moving and then having some dental work, the next  thing we knew we were out of time. So instead, we sat down and put our  heads together to find a classic episode of the podcast. Something from  the archives that is one of our favorites. I guess you can say we had pasta on the brain. In this classic rerun  of the show we go all the way back to episode number 99, originally  released in June of 2018. We love this episode of Miami Vice and has  brought back some fun memories. Remember kids, if he owns a pasta factory your possibilities are endless! Episode Information Miami Vice – Season 04 Ep. 19 – Blood and Roses Premiered April 1, 1988 Writer: Dick Wolf Director: George Mendeluk (one more coming) Guest Stars Stanley Tucci as Frank Mosca Michael Wincott as Wilson Cook Meg Foster as Alice Carson Frank Stallone as Billy Hosts Dominic  Twitter: @domcorriveau YouTube: Dominic Corriveau Personal Podcast: DC Talks Blog: ObscuredNarration.com John Twitter: @corriveau_john Melissa Twitter: @mrsmelcorriveau Feedback Got some feedback? Contact Us. Email: gowiththeheat[@]gmail[.]com The shows official accounts: Twitter – https://twitter.com/gowiththeheat  Facebook – https://facebook.com/gowiththeheat  Instagram – https://www.instagram.com/gowiththeheat/ Intro & transition music provided by: Cuban Sandwich, Voice Over Under Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com) Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0
01:05:22
August 15, 2020
155 - You Should Watch It: Never Too Young To Die
In just about every episode of GWTH this season we’ve mentioned one  movie. An amazing movie with John Stamos as a high schooler who suddenly  learns gymkata. With John being on vacation, Melissa and Dom see this  opportunity to finally discuss Never Too Young To Die. A delightfully  ridiculous movie that you should definitely watch. With a great cast, an over-the-top story and oddly specific music,  you absolutely need to check this episode out and then immediately go  watch this movie. This is a perfect summer movie. So get out the White  Claws and turn up your headphones. Movie info Premiered:  June 13, 1986 Directed by:  Gil Bettman (no wiki) Written by: Steven Paul He  also Produced this movie. Produced and continues to produce a  lot of  movies. Everything from Baby Geniuses, Bratz: The Movie to Rambo Last  Blood and Ghost Rider. Cast Never Too Young to Die – Wikipedia John Stamos as Lance Stargrove Vanity as Danja Deering Gene Simmons as Carruthers, Velvet Von Ragnar Robert Englund as Riley George Lazenby as Drew Stargrove Hosts Dominic Twitter: @domcorriveau YouTube: Dominic Corriveau Personal Podcast: DC Talks Blog: ObscuredNarration.com John Twitter: @corriveau_john Melissa Twitter: @mrsmelcorriveau Feedback Got some feedback? Contact Us. Email: gowiththeheat[@]gmail[.]com The shows official accounts: Twitter – https://twitter.com/gowiththeheat Facebook – https://facebook.com/gowiththeheat Instagram – https://www.instagram.com/gowiththeheat/ Intro & transition music provided by: Cuban Sandwich, Voice Over Under Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com) Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0
40:51
August 3, 2020
154 - The Last Dragon
Hands down this is one of our favorite karate movies of all-time.  Full stop. In this episode we literally swoon over this entire movie,  beginning to end, and in our final thoughts our only complaint is that  we can’t get more. Not only is it a great movie, but being produced by  Motown means it has the most amazing movie soundtrack ever. Dominic explains his love of both Sho’nuff and Richie. Melissa has a  few Laura moments over Taimak. John gives us all the details on Vanity.  This is a great episode for a fantastic movie. Movie info Premiered: March 22, 1985 Directed by: Michael Schultz Very  accomplished before this movie. TONS of TV work. Directed Sgt. Peppers  Lonely Heart Club Band, a movie that includes music from the Beatles  album and Abbey Road set in a music comedy starring The Bee Gees.  Oh  and of course the 1976 classic Car Wash. Written by: Louis Venosta (no wiki) Produced by: Rupert Hitzig and Berry Gordy We  gotta talk about Barry Gordy. He is a legend. In fact, that is an  understatement. There are few people as important as Berry Gordy. He  discovered The Miracles. Then, with some coaching from The Miracles lead  singer Smoky Robinson, he founded Motown Records. He would then go on  to produce, write or compose music for The Temptations, The Supremes,  Marvin Gaye, The Commodores, Stevie Wonder, The Jackson 5, and Gladys  Knight & The Pips. Starring Taimak as Leroy Green Vanity as Laura Charles Julius J. Carry III as Sho’nuff / The Shogun of Harlem Chris Murney as Eddie Arkadian Leo O’Brien as Richie Green Faith Prince as Angela Viracco Feedback Got some feedback? Contact Us. Email: gowiththeheat[@]gmail[.]com Dom Twitter: @domcorriveau John Twitter: @corriveau_john Melissa Twitter: @mrsmelcorriveau The shows official accounts: Twitter – https://twitter.com/gowiththeheat Facebook – https://facebook.com/gowiththeheat Instagram – https://www.instagram.com/gowiththeheat/ Intro & transition music provided by: Cuban Sandwich, Voice Over Under Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com) Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0
01:03:29
July 17, 2020
153 - You Should Watch It: C.H.U.D.
We go so much great feedback from our last “You Should Watch It”, we  decided to make it a regular addition to the podcast. We love it because  it allows us to venture deep into the archives and find classics that  are just outside of our action wheelhouse. This episode is exactly one of those situations. We don’t normally  cover scifi and we’ve NEVER done a horror movie. So, why not both?  Melissa and Dominic are huge horror fans (anyone want our Shudder  login?) and were right at home with a classic horror with amazing  practical effects. John is the scifi geek and loves the flamethrower  cops in special suits running around the sewers. Oh yeah, and its got a fantastic cast! We love C.H.U.D. as much as we love Toxie and we think you’ll love it too. Movie info Premiered: August 31, 1984 Directed by: Douglas Cheek Written by: Parnell Hall & Shepard Abbott This basically boils down to it was made by a bunch of nobodies who  somehow cobbled together an AMAZING cast and delivered a fantastic  monster movie. Starring John Heard as George Cooper Daniel Stern as A.J. “The Reverend” Shepherd Christopher Curry as Captain Bosch Kim Greist as Lauren Daniels J.C. Quinn as Murphy Michael O’Hare as Fuller Peter Michael Goetz as Gramps Sam McMurray as Officer Crespi Frankie R. Faison as Sgt. Parker John Goodman as Diner cop Jay Thomas as Diner cop Feedback Got some feedback? Contact Us. Email: gowiththeheat[@]gmail[.]com Dom Twitter: @domcorriveau John Twitter: @corriveau_john Melissa Twitter: @mrsmelcorriveau The shows official accounts: Twitter – https://twitter.com/gowiththeheat Facebook – https://facebook.com/gowiththeheat Instagram – https://www.instagram.com/gowiththeheat/ Intro & transition music provided by: Cuban Sandwich, Voice Over Under Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com) Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0
35:22
July 6, 2020
152 - Deadly Bet
Listen, I’m going to be totally honest with you. This movie is a  stinker. Jeff Wincott is not the next star, no matter what martial arts  magazine says it. BUT… We have a TON of fun with this movie! Its so bad its good. And, to  continue the honesty, this podcast episode is the best way to consume  Deadly Bet. This is the best version. Also, its basically out of print  so this might be the ONLY way to find it.Except on YouTube you amazing  bastards! We love to hate this movie and it has all the hallmarks of a true  “trash movie”. You’ll laugh, you’ll cheer, you’ll never watch another  Wincott movie. But, definitely listen to this podcast. Movie info Premiered: Oct. 31, 1992 Directed by: Richard Munchkin This dude is all  about gambling. He is a professional Blackjack player, appeared on a  blackjack game show, wrote a book about gambling, hosts a radio show  about gambling, worked in a casino. Oh, also wrote or directed over 20  movies including Ring of Fire one and two starring Don The Dragon  Wilson. Written by: Joseph Mehri, Robert Tiffe Joseph  founded PM Entertainment, produced a ton of movies then left the  business in 2003. His wiki suggests he also owned pizzerias in Vegas.  Robert made a bunch of direct-to-video stuff. This movie is like a  combination of all people hanging out in the parking lot at Universal  Studios before their waiter gig at the restaurant that makes them sing. Are these the guys that got busted for cheating in the movie Casino? Feedback Got some feedback? Contact Us. Email: gowiththeheat[@]gmail[.]com Dom Twitter: @domcorriveau John Twitter: @corriveau_john Melissa Twitter: @mrsmelcorriveau The shows official accounts: Twitter – https://twitter.com/gowiththeheat Facebook – https://facebook.com/gowiththeheat Instagram – https://www.instagram.com/gowiththeheat/ Intro & transition music provided by: Cuban Sandwich, Voice Over Under Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com) Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0
01:02:34
June 22, 2020
151 - You Should Watch It: Red Surf
We said the new format would give us new opportunities and we’re  taking advantage of that this episode! When John mentioned that there  was an action movie with a young George Clooney on jet skis, we knew  there was no way we wouldn’t watch it. This episode is all about the…  Honestly mediocre movie Red Surf. This isn’t a full rundown of the movie, but just our thoughts on why  you should give it a shot. Short and to the point and a new format we’re  testing out. We’d love to hear your feedback on this format and if we  should do more of them. We had so much fun watching this movie and the fact that Gene Simmons  makes a few appearances means this movie is totally worth your time. Feedback Got some feedback? Contact Us. Email: gowiththeheat[@]gmail[.]com Dom Twitter: @domcorriveau John Twitter: @corriveau_john Melissa Twitter: @mrsmelcorriveau The shows official accounts: Twitter – https://twitter.com/gowiththeheat Facebook – https://facebook.com/gowiththeheat Instagram – https://www.instagram.com/gowiththeheat/ Intro & transition music provided by: Cuban Sandwich, Voice Over Under Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com) Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0
27:37
June 8, 2020
150 - Bloodsport
There was absolutely no way we were going to cover karate movies and  not have a JCVD feature. If you haven’t noticed, we are HUUUUGE JCVD  fans and in reality we could probably make an entire season just about  his movies. The hardest part was only choosing one for this season  (okay, I know we already had him in a movie, but that didn’t count). Melissa and Dom have just finished moving across the country, but  that didn’t stop us from sitting down to record this one. Dom and John  have to have most of the movie re-explained my Melissa, who is the  supreme JCVD expert. Seriously, she worships the man (and his goofy  YouTube videos). We have so much fun with Bloodsport, allowing us to go  deeper and learn more about one of our favorite movies of all time. This doesn’t even include our stan-ing for the ultimate soundtrack performer Stan Bush. Movie info Premiered: Feb. 26, 1988 Directed by: Newt Arnold Assistant  director for The Godfather Part II & 12 Angry Men (remake). His  Wikipedia says he’s worked in showbiz for 45 years and have almost  nothing listed… ¯\_(ツ)_/¯ Written by: Sheldon Lettich Screenwriter  for Rambo III, Lionheart, Double Impact, Legionnaire. Also directed  Lionheart, Double Impact, Only the Strong and more. Produced by: Mark DiSalle at The Canon Group Feedback Got some feedback? Contact Us. Email: gowiththeheat[@]gmail[.]com Dom Twitter: @domcorriveau John Twitter: @corriveau_john Melissa Twitter: @mrsmelcorriveau The shows official accounts: Twitter – https://twitter.com/gowiththeheat  Facebook – https://facebook.com/gowiththeheat  Instagram – https://www.instagram.com/gowiththeheat/ Intro & transition music provided by:  Cuban Sandwich, Voice Over Under Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com)  Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0
01:17:50
May 25, 2020
149 - John Explains: Mythica
We told you when we switched from Miami Vice over to the greatest  action movies it also meant we could take the podcast in new directions  not available previously. Well, here’s one of those experiments. John  found some gold and he really wants to talk about it! While sheltering, John decided to dip his toes into the Mythica  universe and soon found himself binging the entire series… In a single  day. This special episode of the Go With The Heat podcast is dedicated  to John’s binge and trying to explain himself to Dom and Melissa. A  short, but fun episode of the podcast and into new territory. We’d love to hear from you on this format. Keep it? Like it? Have  other suggestions for movies? We want to hear from you! Email us or get  us on Twitter or Facebook. We hope you enjoy this special feature! Feedback Got some feedback? Contact Us. Email: gowiththeheat[@]gmail[.]com Dom Twitter: @domcorriveauJohn Twitter: @corriveau_johnMelissa Twitter: @mrsmelcorriveau The shows official accounts: Twitter – https://twitter.com/gowiththeheat Facebook – https://facebook.com/gowiththeheat Instagram – https://www.instagram.com/gowiththeheat/ Intro & transition music provided by: Cuban Sandwich, Voice Over Under Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com) Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0
14:29
May 11, 2020
148 - Bloodfist
This movie came out of left field. None of us had ever seen it  before, but we are WELL ACQUAINTED with Don “The Dragon” Wilson. So,  somehow all EIGHT of these movies fell just outside our radar. You know  what? We were missing an amazing movie! First things first, this movie has the **most controversial** mango  in the history of mangoes. What kind of magician can peel a mango like  that? And do it while running? Plus its poisoned! Between mangoes and  the least flexible woman to dance on a rooftop, no matter what Jake  says, we at least get a lot of montages of running up a volcano. We have a lot of fun with this movie and it has us intrigued to watch the second. Three through 8? Maybe not. Movie Info Premiered: Sept. 22, 1989 Directed by: Terence H. Winkless Written by: Robert King Starring Don “The Dragon” Wilson Rob Kaman Billy Blanks Kris Aguilar Michael Shaner Riley Bowman Feedback Got some feedback? Contact Us. Email: gowiththeheat[@]gmail[.]com Dom Twitter: @domcorriveau John Twitter: @corriveau_john Melissa Twitter: @mrsmelcorriveau The shows official accounts: Twitter – https://twitter.com/gowiththeheat Facebook – https://facebook.com/gowiththeheat Instagram – https://www.instagram.com/gowiththeheat/ Intro & transition music provided by: Cuban Sandwich, Voice Over Under Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com) Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0
01:13:35
April 27, 2020
147 - No Retreat, No Surrender
After all the planning and hype, we’re finally here to our first  movie of season 2 of the reformatted podcast. There was absolutely no  way we weren’t gonna start with Seattle karate, which as you know is the  best karate. Become a Patron! No Retreat, No Surrender is one of our favorite movies of ALL TIME.  It follows a familiar format with a main character ready to prove to the  world he in fact does kick ass and a villain that makes nearly no  sense. This movie is full of so many great moments, from JCVD’s rosy  cheeks to the greatest training montage ever (okay, so only second to  the beach montage scene in Rocky III). Its fun, its positive, its  totally confusing why he’s training so hard! We obviously have a lot of fun with this movie, while also gushing  over the ghost of Bruce Lee making an appearance. There’s Seattle  karate, and then everything else. Feedback Got some feedback? Contact Us. Email: gowiththeheat[@]gmail[.]com Dom Twitter: @domcorriveau John Twitter: @corriveau_john Melissa Twitter: @mrsmelcorriveau The shows official accounts: Twitter – https://twitter.com/gowiththeheat  Facebook – https://facebook.com/gowiththeheat  Instagram – https://www.instagram.com/gowiththeheat/ Intro & transition music provided by: Cuban Sandwich, Voice Over Under Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com) Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0
01:11:28
April 13, 2020
146 - The Greatest City to Punch, Chop, and Kick
Its here! We’re ready to kickoff season 2 of the movies podcast!  We’ve selected our theme and our list of movies and in this episode  we’re gonna give you all the details. We had several themes to pick from  including video game movies, movies co-starring rappers, all things  BILLY BLANKS(!) and a really great one we’re gonna come back to later. Just for keeping score, here is our full list of movies coming this season: – No Retreat, No Surrender – Deadly Bet – Miami Connection – Bloodfist – Bloodsport – Angel Town – The Last Dragon – Lone Wolf McQuade This season is all about what city is the greatest karate city and we  want to hear from you! We want you to follow along with us and tell us  which city kicks the most ass. Our money is on Seattle karate… Feedback Got some feedback? Contact Us. Email: gowiththeheat[@]gmail[.]com Dom Twitter: @domcorriveau John Twitter: @corriveau_john Melissa Twitter: @mrsmelcorriveau The shows official accounts: Twitter – https://twitter.com/gowiththeheat Facebook – https://facebook.com/gowiththeheat Instagram – https://www.instagram.com/gowiththeheat/ Intro & transition music provided by: Cuban Sandwich, Voice Over Under Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com) Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0
38:21
March 30, 2020
Prepping for Season 2 of the Movies Show
Our podcast hiatus has finally ended and we’re ready to launch into season 2 of the movies podcast with… A planning meeting. I know, this isn’t an official episode of the show. However, this was  a lot of fun and we’re excited to drop this into your feed. This  recording is an exclusive behind-the-scenes access into out planning  process, theme selection, and a chance for us to gush about how much we  love karate movies. We hope you enjoy this very special episode of the GWTH podcast.  We’ll be back NEXT WEEK with our official start to season 2 with our  movie picks and how YOU can get involved with the show. Feedback Got some feedback? Contact Us. Email: gowiththeheat[@]gmail[.]com Dom Twitter: @domcorriveau John Twitter: @corriveau_john Melissa Twitter: @mrsmelcorriveau The shows official accounts: Twitter – https://twitter.com/gowiththeheat Facebook – https://facebook.com/gowiththeheat Instagram – https://www.instagram.com/gowiththeheat/ Intro & transition music provided by: Cuban Sandwich, Voice Over Under Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com) Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0
41:12
March 23, 2020
Season 2 Teaser
Hey Pals, just popping into your feed with a quick update for the  next season of GWTH. We will be officially back next Monday, March 23!  We’ve been hard at work on our season 2 theme, picking out our slate of  movies while watching trainwreck after trainwreck on Amazon Prime. Get  your ears ready, GWTH is back! Feedback Got some feedback? Contact Us. Email: gowiththeheat[@]gmail[.]com Dom Twitter: @domcorriveau John Twitter: @corriveau_john Melissa Twitter: @mrsmelcorriveau The shows official accounts: Twitter – https://twitter.com/gowiththeheat Facebook – https://facebook.com/gowiththeheat Instagram – https://www.instagram.com/gowiththeheat/ Intro & transition music provided by: Cuban Sandwich, Voice Over Under Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com) Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0
00:53
March 17, 2020
144 - Closing Out Season One
So its come to this… A GWTH clip show. Have no fear! We’ve made a few small changes to the show, but there’s  nothing to be concerned about. We’ve decided to take on a season format  for the show. We decided to that so we can set themes for each season.  This season was all about Joel Silver and how action movies are all  connected in some way. Our next season will begin on March 22, 2020 and our theme will be  announced at the start of the next season. Here are some ideas we’ve had though: Video games made into movies Action movies turned into kids cartoon shows (that were totally inappropriate) ALL BILLY BLANKS, ALL THE TIME We have so many ideas. The plan is to announce the new theme on March  22, along with the full list of movies we’ll be discussing in that  season. We love you all so much. Thanks for hanging out with us for these  episodes. We PROMISE we’ll be back in March with our next slate of  movies. Feedback Got some feedback? Contact Us. Email: gowiththeheat[@]gmail[.]com Dom Twitter: @domcorriveau John Twitter: @corriveau_john Melissa Twitter: @mrsmelcorriveau The shows official accounts: Twitter – https://twitter.com/gowiththeheat Facebook – https://facebook.com/gowiththeheat Instagram – https://www.instagram.com/gowiththeheat/ Intro & transition music provided by: Cuban Sandwich, Voice Over Under Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com) Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0
35:12
January 20, 2020
143 - Ricochet
But, is it still a classic? Dominic has lots of questions about the  books. Like, why the books? John is suspicious of the mustache.  Melissa… Well, lets just say she has some STRONG words for this movie at  the end.e in the top 5 and that doesn’t include his drama work. So,  when we were thinking of a Denzel action movie, we had to go back to  this 1991 classic. But, is it still a classic? Dominic has lots of questions about the  books. Like, why the books? John is suspicious of the moustache.  Melissa… Well, lets just say she has some STRONG words for this movie at  the end. This is an all around good time. Good movie (minus the last 10 min.),  good show, amazing music. What else do you expect from a movie with  Ice-T? Show notes and more: http://gowiththeheat.com Feedback Got some feedback? Contact Us. Email: gowiththeheat[@]gmail[.]com Dom Twitter: @domcorriveau John Twitter: @corriveau_john Melissa Twitter: @mrsmelcorriveau The shows official accounts: Twitter – https://twitter.com/gowiththeheat Facebook – https://facebook.com/gowiththeheat Instagram – https://www.instagram.com/gowiththeheat/ Intro & transition music provided by: Cuban Sandwich, Voice Over Under Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com) Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0
01:15:51
January 6, 2020
142 - Die Hard 2: Die Harder
There isn’t a more perfect Christmas movie. We will die on this hill.  Not only is Die Hard a Christmas movie, but Die Hard 2 is the HARDER  Christmas movie. There’s no way we could skip doing this movie since Die  Hard 1 & 2 are probably the greatest action movies ever made. Since this is one of our favorite movies we have a ton of fun gushing  over the absolute perfection… While also giving it the typical GWTH  treatment. We can all agree on a few things: The best part about this movie is that its so ridiculous. So over the top, so amazingly 90’s. Die Hard 1 & 2, Lethal Weapon 1 are absolutely perfect. We can all agree Holly is the worst. Melissa questions its hardness. John wants to know what Dulles City  Airport Police Department also has going on in its precinct (SVU?  Serious Crimes Division?). Meanwhile Dom wants the ultimate Christmas  crossover – John McClane versus Kevin McCalister in a winner takes all  showdown. Got some feedback? Contact Us. Email: gowiththeheat[@]gmail[.]com Dom Twitter: @domcorriveau John Twitter: @corriveau_john Melissa Twitter: @mrsmelcorriveau The shows official accounts: Twitter – https://twitter.com/gowiththeheat Facebook – https://facebook.com/gowiththeheat Instagram – https://www.instagram.com/gowiththeheat/ Intro & transition music provided by: Cuban Sandwich, Voice Over Under Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com) Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0
01:18:35
December 23, 2019
141 - Demolition Man
After talking all about Rocky last week, we still had a Sylvester  Stallone appetite that needed to be satisfied. The only way to make it  better? Add in some Wesley Snipes. That’s how you get Demolition Man! In our first scifi movie (Well, unless you count Harley Davidson and  the Marlboro Man. Technically that’s a scifi movie too.) we give this  90’s classic the GWTH treatment. This movie really has it all. Bungee  jumping out of a helicopter? Check. Futuristic weapons? Check. Virtual  SEX?! Oh, you better believe its got that too! Between the three of us  we’ve probably seen this movie 50 times and it never gets old… Unless  you pay real close attention to the story. We have so much fun with this movie. We gush over Sly and Snipes  battling it out. Dominic wonders if Friendly really did have prison  reform on his agenda. Melissa wants to know what the “hunka chunka” is  and how one could acquire it. John makes us thing about hot dog scented  soap. How can you go wrong! Podcast, but in YouTube form https://gwth.us/gwthyt Feedback Got some feedback? Contact Us. Email: gowiththeheat[@]gmail[.]com Dom Twitter: @domcorriveau John Twitter: @corriveau_john Melissa Twitter: @mrsmelcorriveau The shows official accounts: Twitter – https://twitter.com/gowiththeheat Facebook – https://facebook.com/gowiththeheat Instagram – https://www.instagram.com/gowiththeheat/ Intro & transition music provided by: Cuban Sandwich, Voice Over Under Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com) Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0
01:19:03
December 9, 2019
140 - Our Heart Belongs to Rocky
We’ve been waiting for what feels like FOREVER to talk about Rocky. It really is a holiday franchise, of all 8 movies, 6 of them came out between Thanksgiving and Christmas. Last week with Showdown in Little Tokyo was our funniest episode ever and this week is our most serious. It doesn’t mean we don’t have a lot of fun! We just love Rocky so much, we can’t imagine a world without him or Mick or Apollo or even Paulie. Show notes and more: http://gowiththeheat.com Email: gowiththeheat[@]gmail[.]com It is one of the most iconic franchises of all of film and a serious favorite of everyone on this podcast. For this special recording of the GWTH podcast, instead of one movie, we’re going to talk about all of Rocky… But mostly Rocky III. We have a theme we’re going to be discussing as we go through the films and its not about boxing. But about Rocky the man, the journey he goes on and how he evolves over time. Of course you can’t talk about Rocky without “never give up.” I also want to add its about not letting the world tell you who you’re supposed to be. Instead, you have a dream and a vision and don’t let the world dictate to you what you’re supposed to be. This episode is coming out on the week of Thanksgiving here in the US, which is a great time to get comfortable and binge SEVERAL movies. Well, we’ve got 8 great ones for you to watch this weekend. Feedback Got some feedback? Contact Us. Dom Twitter: @domcorriveau John Twitter: @corriveau_john Melissa Twitter: @mrsmelcorriveau The shows official accounts: Twitter – https://twitter.com/gowiththeheat Facebook – https://facebook.com/gowiththeheat Instagram – https://www.instagram.com/gowiththeheat/ Intro & transition music provided by: Cuban Sandwich, Voice Over Under Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com) Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0
01:25:54
November 25, 2019
139 - Showdown in Little Tokyo
WARNING: This is a VERY NSFW episode. Also, its hilarious. In case you didn’t know it, 1991 was a great year for fun movies. This movie may not be the best action movie of the decade, but it sure is a lot of fun and that’s the entire reason we love these movies. In Showdown in Little Tokyo, Kenner and Johnny have to bring down a twisted gangster bent on controlling the drug trade in Los Angeles by making… Actually a really impressive amount of meth. We have so much fun with this movie including the unbelievable twist that happens when Johnny mentions Kenner’s um… Special purpose. In our most NSFW episode ever its also our funniest. We implore you to find someplace away from children and sensitive co-workers to enjoy a thorough GWTH breakdown of Dolph Lundgren’s massive dong.  Show notes, behind the scenes and more! http://gowiththeheat.com Follow us! Email: gowiththeheat[@]gmail[.]com Dom Twitter: @domcorriveau John Twitter: @corriveau_john Melissa Twitter: @mrsmelcorriveau The shows official accounts: Twitter – https://twitter.com/gowiththeheat Facebook – https://facebook.com/gowiththeheat Instagram – https://www.instagram.com/gowiththeheat/ Intro & transition music provided by: Cuban Sandwich, Voice Over Under Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com) Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0
01:17:42
November 11, 2019
138 - The Last Boy Scout
There are movie openings and then there’s Billy Blanks shooting his  way to the end zone. This weeks movie is one of the most underrated  action movies of the era and has one of the worst jigs ever danced. We  learn three things from this movie: Friday night is in fact a great night for football. This is what John McClane was up to between taking down that plane in D.C. and stopping the theft at Fort Knox. Pat Boone is the quintessential old man. We have a lot of fun with this movie while also gushing over amazing  Tony Scott/Joel Silver action movies. The only question we’re left with  is, “Did free agency actually kill the game?” The Last Boy Scout Premiered: Dec. 13, 1991 Written: Shane Black Directed: Tony Scott Produced: Joel Silver Feedback Got some feedback? Contact Us. Email: gowiththeheat[@]gmail[.]com Dom Twitter: @domcorriveau John Twitter: @corriveau_john Melissa Twitter: @mrsmelcorriveau The shows official accounts: Twitter – https://twitter.com/gowiththeheat Facebook – https://facebook.com/gowiththeheat Instagram – https://www.instagram.com/gowiththeheat/ Intro & transition music provided by: Cuban Sandwich, Voice Over Under Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com) Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0
01:23:23
October 28, 2019
137 – Harley Davidson and The Marlboro Man
We’re finally back and we have an amazing movie to start off the new  edition of the podcast. SLIGHTLY IN THE FUTURE is a story about a group  of people the writer clearly forgot to rename before he submitted the  script. Nothing matters except Don Johnson as a cowboy. He literally  soaks up all the sexy in the entire film, even from baby Tom Sizemore  and I-have-donut-on-my-face Mickey Rouke. Dominic is distracted by them Thicc Boys giving chase. Melissa thinks  thunder thighs lives in that helicopter just staring at the blinky  thing. John, once again, finds a forgotten gem in music and wants us all  to go to NeilCarswell.com. It’s a hell of a ride and a huge WELCOME BACK for the Go With The Heat Podcast. Feedback Got some feedback? Contact Us. Email: gowiththeheat[@]gmail[.]com Dom Twitter: @domcorriveau John Twitter: @corriveau_john Melissa Twitter: @mrsmelcorriveau The shows official accounts: Twitter – https://twitter.com/gowiththeheat Facebook – https://facebook.com/gowiththeheat Instagram – https://www.instagram.com/gowiththeheat/ Intro & transition music provided by: Cuban Sandwich, Voice Over Under Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com) Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0
01:31:29
October 14, 2019
We’re Baaaack! | Go With The Heat - Episode 136
Say what! A new episode of Go With The Heat? The last Miami Vice based GWTH came out on 03/25, so its been about six months since we last published an episode. This episode will come out on Sept. 23. On Sept. 24 we published GWTH  no. 112 which was a retrospective on the Sonny Burnett arc.  We have some exciting news about this podcast! The biggest news is that new episodes of Go With The Heat will be hitting your feeds on 10/14/2019.  The glorious era of 1975 - 1995 A time when you were toast on the streets unless you knew karate or gymnastics, when motorcycle gangs roamed the earth, looking for any excuse to get mixed up into a donnybrook. This really was a special era. It was different because you could be a big name actor and be in a very low budget, off the rails movie. It might even make money. Background on movie night. We started in 2013, full bore in 2014. It really started becacuse we wanted to show Jenna movies which she almost never watches. It quickly changed because we realized how many amazing movies there are. What’s different is that we love these movies. There’s lots of people who make podcasts about bad movies. They make it just to take a big ol’ dump on them. Just ranting about “how did this thing get made”. But we love the weird. We love the karate scenes. We love that JCVD always has a backstory that requires him to say that he was originally born in France and that explains his weird accent The reason why these movies are great is because they are willing to try new things but also not take themselves so seriously The plan We’re gonna change this into a movie podcast, comes out bi-weekly. This will allow us to be more flexible with what movies we pick.  We want to keep the Vice connection. So we’re gonna either A) Pick a movie that has a Vice star/guest star in it or B) Fits the theme of Miami Vice. We didn’t feel that another TV show would fit. Vice was so great, we want to add to the GWTH show rather than take it to a totally new area. I know this is new, but there’s gonna be a lot of familiar faces in these movies We also want to pick things that are deep cast, music is a centerpiece and we love for both its story plus being able to have some fun. We already have a movie slate picked out to start, the first episode will come out on 10/14 and we’ll be breaking down Harley Davidson and the Marlboro Man, one of the first movies after Vice for DJ Feedback Got some feedback? Contact Us. Email: gowiththeheat[@]gmail[.]com Dom Twitter: @domcorriveau John Twitter: @corriveau_john Melissa Twitter: @mrsmelcorriveau The shows official accounts: Twitter – https://twitter.com/gowiththeheat Facebook – https://facebook.com/gowiththeheat Instagram – https://www.instagram.com/gowiththeheat/ Intro & transition music provided by: Cuban Sandwich, Voice Over Under Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com) Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0
20:35
September 23, 2019
135 - The Finale
Its come to this. This is the last episode of Go With The Heat ever!  The greatest Miami Vice podcast on the internet is to the end and in  this episode we take a look back through the seasons and gush over how  much we love the show. Over the 5 seasons of Vice we’ve had so many  memorable moments and in our last episode we have a ton of fun looking  back at everything. Thank you to everyone who’s been on this ride with us over the last  three years. We set out every week to do one thing: Make each other  laugh. We’re so thrilled that so many other people had fun with us,  laughing along and even shedding a few tears (OH BABY TUBBS! WHERE ARE  YOU!). The Miami Vice community is amazing. This week we’re talking about all the past seasons, picking out our  top 5 episodes of the show and looking at music one last time. Feedback Got some feedback? Contact Us. Email: gowiththeheat[@]gmail[.]com Dom Twitter: @domcorriveau John Twitter: @corriveau_john Melissa Twitter: @mrsmelcorriveau  The shows official accounts:   Twitter – https://twitter.com/gowiththeheat Facebook – https://facebook.com/gowiththeheat Instagram – https://www.instagram.com/gowiththeheat/  Intro & transition music provided by: Cuban Sandwich, Voice Over Under Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com) Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0
01:13:29
March 25, 2019
134 - Season 5 Review Spectactular!
After 21 episodes we’ve concluded our complete rundown of season 5 of  Miami Vice. This week we’re taking a look back at the season, picking  our favorite moments, guest stars and episodes. Then, we concluded with  our traditional end of season clip show of all our best moments from the  season of the greatest Miami Vice podcast on the internet! We’re pretty unanimous that the season was up and down but in the end  when the show was good, it was AMAZING. This season we got amnesia,  story wrap-ups, lost episodes and some guy named Miracle Man. This  season really had it all and we loved it. Be sure to come back next week to catch our final show… EVER! Thanks  to everyone that’s been on this ride with us, we have just one more  episode to go. Favorite episodes Melissa: Redemption in Blood (E02) Hard Knocks (E08) Heart of the Night (E03) Dom: Hostile Takeover (E01) Over The Line (E15) Miracle Man (E19) John: Hostile Takeover (E01) Too Much, Too Late (E20) Asian Cut Guest Stars Dom’s guest stars: C.C.H. Pounder The various guest stars that made repeat appearances because they’re  not allowed to leave the studio. Its like a cult, they’re allowed to  leave whenever they want. All they have to do is go through 7 layers of  barbed wire and be hunted for sport. Its how they got Law & Order  together so quickly, all they had to do was activate everyone’s  microchip and the cast was full. Melissa guest stars: C.C.H. Pounder Izzy John’s guest stars: CCH Pounder John Leguizamo and Mark Mcauly Michael Chiklis Music Yanni Guns n’ Roses Genesis Feedback Got some feedback? Contact Us. Email: gowiththeheat[@]gmail[.]com Dom Twitter: @domcorriveau John Twitter: @corriveau_john Melissa Twitter: @mrsmelcorriveau  The shows official accounts:   Twitter – https://twitter.com/gowiththeheat Facebook – https://facebook.com/gowiththeheat Instagram – https://www.instagram.com/gowiththeheat/  Intro & transition music provided by: Cuban Sandwich, Voice Over Under Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com) Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0
01:19:49
March 18, 2019
133 – Freefall
Cannot believe it! We’re actually here. This is, for real, the  absolute last episode of Miami Vice… EVER! After three years of slowly  churning through every single episode we’ve finally made it to Freefall  and we’re all so excited to finally see this episode. Regardless of all  its flaws its still a great episode of Miami Vice. The biggest question  we ask is: Would we feel different about Freefall if we didn’t watch the  lost episodes first.  Freefall did deliver on very, VERY important friendship and that’s  exactly how it ended. Even through all their ups and downs and the  friction in Too Much, Too Late the master crime fighting duo are still  friends. So many of these shows end with everyone parting ways and  leaving tons of unanswered questions. This episode ends with… tons of  unanswered questions. But, we’ll always know that Crockett and Tubbs  still love each other.  John thinks Sonny has found his inner-meat fondler. Melissa has some  advice for Bianca trying to distract the man in charge of the coup.  Dominic loves the recreation of the Predator scene when they shoot up  that trailer. Its our last episode rundown and one of the best episodes of Go With The Heat ever! Episode Information Miami Vice – Season 05 Ep. 21 – Freefall Premiered May 21, 1989 Writer:  Scott Shepherd (Bad Timing, Hard Knocks, Over the Line, Redemption in  Blood w/next writer), Ken Solarz (Hostile Takeover, Hard Knocks, Jack of  All Trades). These two worked together on multiple episodes. Last  writer is Frank Holman. This is the same name as a character in Crime  Story played by Ted Levine. Ken Crime Story, obviously created by  Michael Mann & stars previously on Vice actors. Ken Solarz also  wrote for Crime Story. Is Frank Holman Michael Mann? Director: Russ Mayberry (Over the Line, TV director royalty)   Guest Stars Ian McShane as General Manuel Borbon Robert Beltran as Captain Jimindez Sherman Howard as Colonel Andrew Baker Greg Germann as Johnny Ramon Elpidia Carrillo as Felicia Robert Fields as Police Chief Richard Highsmith Anna Katarina as Borbon’s fiancée   Feedback Got some feedback? Contact Us. Email: gowiththeheat[@]gmail[.]com Dom Twitter: @domcorriveau John Twitter: @corriveau_john Melissa Twitter: @mrsmelcorriveau  The shows official accounts:   Twitter – https://twitter.com/gowiththeheat Facebook – https://facebook.com/gowiththeheat Instagram – https://www.instagram.com/gowiththeheat/  Intro & transition music provided by: Cuban Sandwich, Voice Over Under Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com) Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0
01:07:25
March 11, 2019
132 - Preshow to Freefall
Freefall is such a massive, MASSIVE episode we had to break it two. As you know we not only breakdown the actual episode, but we love to look at the guest stars and music that were so important to Miami Vice. With Freefall's epic amount of music and guest stars we've broken them out into their own episode so next week we can focus just on the series finale of our beloved Vice. This week its all about the atmosphere of Freefall. John gives us the full breakdown on the guest stars, which surprisingly doesn't include Luis Guzman or Stanley Tucci. In music the Vice producers pulled it off. We get Phil Collins, Peter Gabriel, Mike Rutherford, and Chicago one more time. Over the last 3 years John has done an amazing job covering this aspect of Miami Vice and this is the final time we'll be looking at music and guest stars. Its one for the ages, standing ovation required. Become a Patron! Episode Information Miami Vice - Season 05 Ep. 21 - Freefall Premiered May 21, 1989 Music No Way Out by Tim Truman & Don Johnson Year Zero by King Swamp Cryin' Shame by Lyle Lovett and His Large Band Bugle Call Rag by the Glenn Miller Orchestra Ship of Fools by Robert Plant Land of Confusion by Genesis Bad Attitude by Honeymoon Suite Tell Me by Terry Kath Feedback Got some feedback? Contact Us. Email: gowiththeheat[@]gmail[.]com Dom Twitter: @domcorriveau John Twitter: @corriveau_john Melissa Twitter: @mrsmelcorriveau The shows official accounts: Twitter - https://twitter.com/gowiththeheat Facebook - https://facebook.com/gowiththeheat Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/gowiththeheat/ Intro & transition music provided by: Cuban Sandwich, Voice Over Under Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com) Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0
54:21
March 4, 2019
This Week In Vice 108 - Nov. 19 - Dec. 31, 1989
Hi pals, coming up on this week’s episode of Go With The Heat we’ve made  it to the last episode of Miami Vice. Over the last 3 years we’ve  reviewed all 108 previous episodes and it has finally brought us to  this. With the series finale Freefall  it also means this is the last episode of This Week In Vice. In this,  the ending episode, this week we’ll be looking back to the last days of  the 80’s, from Nov. 19 to Dec. 31, 1989, when Miami Vice was King. Show notes and more: http://gowiththeheat.com News: The Cold War is officially over TV: The Simpsons airs first episode Music: Blame It On The Rain by Milli Vanilli We Didn't Start the Fire by Billy Joel Another Day in Paradise by Phil Collins Movies: Back to the Future II The War of the Roses Harlem Nights National Lampoons Christmas Vacation  And that’s everything you need to know that was happening when Miami  Vice was king. Be sure to join us on Go With The Heat at  gowiththeheat.com for our look at the final episode of Miami Vice. I’d  like to thank each and every one of you that’s been with me on this  journey. I’m happy I’ve been able to relive so many amazing memories  from the greatest decade of the 20th. century. I’ve had a lot of fun  over these 108 episodes and I’m sad to say goodbye. I’d love to hear  from you! Email the show gowiththeheat@gmail.com or follow us on Twitter  @gowiththeheat. That’s all for the 80’s and for me, officially signing  off This Week In Vice, bye pals. Feedback Got some feedback? Contact Us. Email: gowiththeheat[@]gmail[.]com    Dom Twitter: @domcorriveau    John Twitter: @corriveau_john    Melissa Twitter: @mrsmelcorriveau    The shows official accounts: Twitter Facebook Instagram  Intro/Outro and transition music provided by:      Happy Alley Kevin MacLeod incompetech.com      Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0 License
04:15
March 1, 2019
131 - Too Much, Too Late
Okay, real talk. This is not only one of the best episodes of season 5, but maybe one of the best episodes of Miami Vice. This story is complex and nuanced. It has several subplots that lead directly into Freefall and for whatever reason it was completely pulled from air until reruns. To be honest, we're all in total shock this episode did not air before Freefall on NBC. No jokes here, this episode really is something great. We have Stan's gambling, Tubbs' terrible loneliness, Tubbs & Crockett's strained relationship and the closure of the Valerie story line. All of that doesn't even include a very real and thoughtful story about a drug addict, child abuse & should a cop lie to take down despicable person. This is an episode of Miami Vice you can't miss. Become a Patron! Episode Information Miami Vice - Season 05 Ep. 20 - Too Much, Too Late Premiered January 25, 1990 (Never aired originally, only came back on reruns later and they always aired it BEFORE Freefall) Writer: John Connor (only episode he's written for anything) Director: Richard Compton (Down for the Count, which is interesting as he'll be able to circle back on the Zito storyline. Everybody's in Showbiz, The Big Thaw, Mirror Image, just to name a few others. ) Guest Stars Pam Grier as NYPD Detective Valerie Gordon Malinda Williams as Lynette June Gable as Dr. Ellen Hardy C.C.H. Pounder as Yvonne Music Mixed Up, Shook Up Girl by Mink DeVille You Gonna Get Yours by Public Enemy Feedback Got some feedback? Contact Us. Email: gowiththeheat[@]gmail[.]com Dom Twitter: @domcorriveau John Twitter: @corriveau_john Melissa Twitter: @mrsmelcorriveau The shows official accounts: Twitter - https://twitter.com/gowiththeheat Facebook - https://facebook.com/gowiththeheat Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/gowiththeheat/ Intro & transition music provided by: Cuban Sandwich, Voice Over Under Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com) Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0
01:09:23
February 25, 2019
This Week In Vice 107 – Oct. 1 – Nov. 18, 1989
Hi pals, coming up on this week’s episode of Go With The Heat Valerie  Gordon returns, surprising everyone, to help her friend and frame  someone else for murder in the final lost episode Too Much Too Late.  This is the penultimate episode of all of Miami Vice and of This Week  In Vice. Next week is the final episode of This Week In Vice and the  last time we’ll be covering the 1980’s. For the second to last time,  this wee we’ll be looking back to Oct. 1 to Nov. 18, 1989, when Miami  Vice was King. Show notes and more: gowiththeheat.com News: Loma Prieta Earthquake strikes Northern California before game three of the World Series Music: Miss You Much by Janet Jackson Movie: Look Who's Talking starring John Travolta, Kirstie Alley and Bruce Willis Feedback Got some feedback? Contact Us. Email: gowiththeheat[@]gmail[.]com Dom Twitter: @domcorriveau John Twitter: @corriveau_john Melissa Twitter: @mrsmelcorriveau  The shows official accounts: Twitter Facebook Instagram  Intro/Outro and transition music provided by: Happy Alley Kevin MacLeod incompetech.com Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0 License
03:14
February 22, 2019
130 - Leap of Faith
Joey-freaking-Hardin. We’re in the last of the lost episodes and this  isn’t an episode of Miami Vice. Don’t let the open credits fool you, no  one associated with Vice would willingly put their name on this  episode. This is supposed to be a pilot episode for a spinoff starring  the ruiner of TV shows Justin Lazard, but it was never picked up. So  forever this episode lives in Miami Vice lore and unfortunately a  mandatory watch for season 5. But that doesn’t mean we don’t have a lot of fun at Joey’s expense!  We help you get through this weeks episode with style and class, which  is more than you can say about the YCU. Dominic and Melissa wonder about  Sonny’s computer skills and that crazy knife Baines wields. John just  has one question – Why did they put Ray’s hands in his pants? Its a terrible pilot for YCU and a hilarious episode of Go With The Heat. Become a Patron! Episode Information Miami Vice – Season 05 Ep. 19 – Leap of Faith Premiered June 28, 1989 Writer:  Robert Ward (Redemption in Blood, Asian Cut, Hard Knocks and others,  also wrote all of the lost episodes, this is the last one) Director:  Robert Iscove (only ep., directed a presentation of the Academy Awards  and something called “On Strike for Christmas”)   Guest Stars Justin Lazard as Detective Joey Hardin Kiel Martin as Captain Paul Cutter Cameron Dye as Detective Jack Andrews Laura San Giacomo as Detective Tania Louis Adam Storke as Detective Ray Mundy Jennifer Rubin) as Claire Keith Gordon as Professor Terrence “Terry” Baines   Music Paradise City by Guns N’ Roses   Kiss Me When I Get Back by Tom Tom Club   What I Am by Edie Brickell & New Bohemians   Feedback Got some feedback? Contact Us. Email: gowiththeheat[@]gmail[.]com Dom Twitter: @domcorriveau John Twitter: @corriveau_john Melissa Twitter: @mrsmelcorriveau  The shows official accounts:   Twitter – https://twitter.com/gowiththeheat Facebook – https://facebook.com/gowiththeheat Instagram – https://www.instagram.com/gowiththeheat/  Intro & transition music provided by: Cuban Sandwich, Voice Over Under Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com) Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0
54:36
February 18, 2019
This Week In Vice 106 - Aug. 13 - Sept. 30, 1989
Hi pals, coming up on this week’s episode of Go With The Heat the team  disappears and is replaced by a potential spin off of young cops in the  third lost episode Leap of Faith.  Since we only have 3 episodes of Miami Vice left and this time we’ll be  looking back to Aug. 13 to Sept. 30, 1989, when Miami Vice was King. Show notes and more: http://gowiththeheat.com Early show access and a free skinny tie! https://www.patreon.com/gowiththeheat News: Hurricane Hugo makes landfall, Pete Rose goes on the ineligible list Music: Right Here Waiting by Richard Marx, Girl I'm Gonna Miss You by Milli Vanilli Movies: Parenthood, Sea of Love, Black Rain and Uncle Buck Feedback Got some feedback? Contact Us. Email: gowiththeheat[@]gmail[.]com Dom Twitter: @domcorriveau John Twitter: @corriveau_john Melissa Twitter: @mrsmelcorriveau   The shows official accounts: Twitter Facebook Instagram  Intro/Outro and transition music provided by: Happy Alley Kevin MacLeod incompetech.com Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0 License
03:22
February 15, 2019
129 - Miracle Man
Its another lost episode that should have made it into the original  NBC aired list. All those times we had to deal with that dummy Joey  Hardin meant NBC cut the season off early and hid the amazing Miracle  Man from the masses. We are all in agreement – Miracle Man may not be  the super hero we need, but the one we deserve. Dominic believes in Miracle Man trusting him to actually clean up the  streets of Miami. John wonders what kind of harsh penalty people get  for running over hot dog stands. Melissa is so happy to see Izzy again…  and so sad for him at the end. Its a great episode of Miami Vice and of your Miami Vice podcast. Episode Information Miami Vice – Season 05 Ep. 18 – Miracle Man Premiered June 21, 1989 Writer:  Robert Ward (Redemption in Blood, Asian Cut, Hard Knocks and others,  still has one more coming) and Gillian Horvath (only ep., also wrote for  Beverly Hills 90210 & Quantum Leap) Director: Alan Myerson (World of Trouble)   Guest Stars Jose Perez as Georgie “Miracle Man” Esteban Zach Grenier as Eric Terry John Castellanos as Carlos Perena Conrad Roberts as Commissioner Henry Williford   Music Nande by La Familia André Feedback Got some feedback? Contact Us. Email: gowiththeheat[@]gmail[.]com Dom Twitter: @domcorriveau John Twitter: @corriveau_john Melissa Twitter: @mrsmelcorriveau  The shows official accounts:   Twitter – https://twitter.com/gowiththeheat Facebook – https://facebook.com/gowiththeheat Instagram – https://www.instagram.com/gowiththeheat/  Intro & transition music provided by: Cuban Sandwich, Voice Over Under Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com) Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0
54:25
February 11, 2019
This Week In Vice 105 - June 25 - Aug. 12, 1989
Hi pals, coming up on this week’s episode of Go With The Heat the team  struggles to take down a drug lord when a new super hero emerges in the  city in the second lost episode Miracle Man.  Since we only have 4 episodes of Miami Vice left and this time we’ll be  looking back to June 25 to Aug. 12, 1989, when Miami Vice was King. Show notes and more: http://gowiththeheat.com Early show access and a free mustache! https://www.patreon.com/gowiththeheat News: United Airlines Flight 232 crashes in Sioux Falls Music: Batdance by Prince Movie: Batman starring Michael Keaton, Jack Nicholson and Kim Basinger Feedback Got some feedback? Contact Us. Email: gowiththeheat[@]gmail[.]com Dom Twitter: @domcorriveau John Twitter: @corriveau_john Melissa Twitter: @mrsmelcorriveau  The shows official accounts: Twitter Facebook Instagram  Intro/Outro and transition music provided by: Happy Alley Kevin MacLeod incompetech.com Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0 License
02:47
February 8, 2019
128 - World of Trouble
So you’re probably thinking, “Hey pals, where’s the Freefall? Why  isn’t this Freefall?” We decided many weeks back that we would watch the  lost episodes before getting to the final episode of season 5 and of  Miami Vice. It’s the way it was written and we have the luxury to watch  it in that order now.  Its a good thing too! In this, the first of the lost episodes, we get  closure on one of the best villains from the show. Al Lombard makes his  triumphant return and his final exit. We’re sad to see Al go, but its  so nice to get closure on this story. John is really impressed by the planning to drop a dead guy from a  helicopter into a pool. Melissa thinks Al carries spaghetti in his  pockets and Dominic wonders if the preschool Tommy goes to is the same  with the pumping iron kid. Its a fantastic episode of your Miami Vice podcast. Episode Information Miami Vice – Season 05 Ep. 17 – World of Trouble Premiered June 14, 1989 Writer: Raymond Hartung (Line of Fire, story editor for 16 other episodes in season 5) Director: Alan Myerson (one more coming)   Guest Stars Dennis Farina as Al Lombard Luca Bercovici as Hans Weitzler Vincent Schiavelli as Lawrence Fowler Ned Eisenberg as Frederico Librizzi   Music Paseo de Gracia by The Alan Parsons Project   Inspiration by Gipsy Kings    Feedback Got some feedback? Contact Us. Email: gowiththeheat[@]gmail[.]com Dom Twitter: @domcorriveau John Twitter: @corriveau_john Melissa Twitter: @mrsmelcorriveau  The shows official accounts:   Twitter – https://twitter.com/gowiththeheat Facebook – https://facebook.com/gowiththeheat Instagram – https://www.instagram.com/gowiththeheat/  Intro & transition music provided by: Cuban Sandwich, Voice Over Under Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com) Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0
55:17
February 4, 2019
This Week In Vice 104 - May 7 - June 24, 1989
Hi pals, coming up on this week’s episode of Go With The Heat Al Lombard comes back to Miami leaving the Vice crew in the middle of a mob war in the first lost episode World of Trouble. With only five episodes to go I’m going to split up the rest of 1989 over these final episodes of This Week In Vice. This time we’ll be looking back to May 7 to June 24, 1989, when Miami Vice was King. Show notes and more: http://gowiththeheat.com Early show access, a custom newsletter and free stickers! https://www.patreon.com/gowiththeheat News: Tienanmen Square Massacre Music:  Forever Your Girl by Paula Abdul Movie: See No Evil, Hear No Evil Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade Star Trek V: The Final Frontier Ghostbusters II Feedback Got some feedback? Contact Us. Twitter/Insta @gowiththeheat Email: gowiththeheat[@]gmail[.]com Dom Twitter: @domcorriveau John Twitter: @corriveau_john Melissa Twitter: @mrsmelcorriveau Intro/Outro and transition music provided by: Happy Alley Kevin MacLeod incompetech.com Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0 License
02:53
February 1, 2019
127 - Victims of Circumstance
What a lead up to Freefall! This is a stellar episode with some  serious social commentary. In this episode of Miami Vice the duo (plus  Stan) attempt to infiltrate the Patriot Brigade, a white supremacist  group they think is attempting to murder witnesses to death camp murders  during World War II. Unfortunately by the end, they’re able to bring in  the actual perpetrator, but can’t do anything about a group of people  who deserve to be brought down. We all loved this episode of Miami Vice and how it could still fit in  today’s political climate. Dominic is stuck on that car door that keeps  making an appearance. Melissa takes a swipe at Quantum Leap and John  reviews all the other times we’ve seen these guest stars in Miami Vice. Its the beginning of the end to the show! Show notes and more: http://gowiththeheat.com Early show access and free stickers! https://www.patreon.com/gowiththeheat Episode Information Miami Vice – Season 05 Ep. 16 – Victims of Circumstance Premiered May 5, 1989 Writer: Richard Lourie  (only ep.) Director: Colin Bucksey (Death and the Lady, Like a Hurricane, Rock and a Hard Place)   Guest Stars Paul Guilfoyle as John Baker Stefan Gierasch as Leo Krebbs Xander Berkeley as Metro-Dade Officer Bailey William Hickey) as Hans Kozak John Leguizamo as Angelo Alvarez Karen Black as Helen Jackson    Music Severance by Dead Can Dance   Miami Beach Rhumba by The Klezmer Conservatory Band   Misguided Angel by Cowboy Junkies   Feedback Got some feedback? Contact Us. Email: gowiththeheat[@]gmail[.]com Dom Twitter: @domcorriveau John Twitter: @corriveau_john Melissa Twitter: @mrsmelcorriveau  The shows official accounts:   Twitter – https://twitter.com/gowiththeheat Facebook – https://facebook.com/gowiththeheat Instagram – https://www.instagram.com/gowiththeheat/  Intro & transition music provided by: Cuban Sandwich, Voice Over Under Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com) Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0
01:03:01
January 28, 2019
This Week In Vice 103 – April 30 – May 6, 1989
Hi pals, coming up on this week’s episode of Go With The Heat Stan  and Sonny infiltrate a group of white supremacists linked to murders in  the episode Victims of Circumstance.  On This Week In Vice we’re taking a look back to when this episode of  Miami Vice aired, from April 30 to May 6, 1989, when Miami Vice was  King. Show notes and more: gowiththeheat.com Early show access, stickers and a free mustache! patreon.com/gowiththeheat In news… With the extended period between Vice episodes last week there was  more news to cover than time on this show. This week we’re going to go  back to mid-April to look at a story I missed. On April 19, Trisha Meili  was attacked in Central Park, New York and was eventually dubbed the Central Park Jogger Case or the Central Park Five.  After the attack 5 juvenile men where apprehended, charged and  convicted of the attack. Through the rest of 1989 and beyond this case  has been one of the most covered and perhaps the biggest crime story of  the 80’s. In 2002 the confession and DNA evidence from another man found  the real attacker and the Central Park 5, who were wrongly convicted,  had their charges vacated.  In Music… I mentioned last time there was one song I skipped to cover this time on This Week In Vice. From the album of the same name, Madonna’s smash hit Like a Prayer  takes over the Hot 100 and keeps it for three weeks. Considered one of  Madonna’s best, the song was not without controversy. The music video,  directed by the Mary Lambert, was protested by The Vatican and other religious groups. Like a Prayer endured the controversy and is still one of the best pop songs of a generation.  In Movies… Speaking of Mary Lambert, Pet Semetary would be number one a the box office until mid-May so we go to the archives and holy smokes there’s a lot to choose from.  There are some amazing movies hiding behind Pet Semetary including The Dream Team, a comedy starring Michael Keaton and Christopher Lloyd. Also playing is the legendary sports drama Kevin Costner, the third greatest sports movie behind Major League and of course, Bull Durham. Third on the list of classics is the Jean-Claude Van Damme scifi camp classic Cyborg. I don’t care if a lot of people don’t like Cyborg, in my house we love JCVD and everything he does.  Which brings me to the final classic to review this week. Starring John Cusack and directed by Cameron Crowe is the fantastic romantic dramedy Say Anything…. The story, the music, Lloyd Dob
02:52
January 25, 2019
126 - Classic Rerun: Knock, Knock... Who's There
Hey pals, last week’s dirty cop episode got us thinking about other  times the Vice team has been forced to investigate one of their own. So  this week we decided to air another one of our classic reruns. Waaaaaay  back in December 2017 we dove into season 3, episode 21 of Miami Vice  titled “Knock, Knock… Who’s There”. We’ll be back next week with  “Victims of Circumstance” and ever closer to the end of Vice.  Show notes and more: http://gowiththeheat.com Early show access and free stickers! https://www.patreon.com/gowiththeheat Okay, okay… No one freak out. Yes, we are having a “meh” few episodes  of Miami Vice as we near the end of season three. But, that doesn’t  mean that’s how Go With The Heat isn’t closing out the season with a  bang! This episode revolves around a crooked DEA agent. I know, another  dirty cop. The episode does have Izzy, deep music selection and an  I.A.D. officer who gets really close to finally nailing Crockett. John introduces Dominic to Grace Jones and finds a way to work in a  meat fondler reference. Dominic professes his love for Bryan Adams and  Melissa is REALLY upset no one is thinking of Brian. Just three episodes left in season three of Miami Vice. Episode Information Miami Vice Season 03 Episode 21 – Knock Knock… Who’s There? Premiered March 27, 1987 Written by Dick Wolf (no surprises) Directed by Tony Wharmby Guest Stars Elizabeth Ashley as as DEA Agent Linda Colby Samm-Art Williams as Lead DEA Agent Ian McShane as Esteban Montoya Music Ride Across The River by Dire Straits Heat of the Night by Bryan Adams Underwaterboys by Shriekback Santiago by Fernando Villalona The Fashion Show by Grace Jones La Vecina by Belkis Concepcion y Sus Chicas Feedback Got some feedback? Contact Us. Email: gowiththeheat[@]gmail[.]com Dom Twitter: @domcorriveau John Twitter: @corriveau_john Melissa Twitter: @mrsmelcorriveau The shows official accounts: Twitter Facebook Tumblr Intro & transition music provided by: “Cuban Sandwich”, “Voice Over Under” Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com) Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0
58:13
January 21, 2019
125 - Over The Line
We’ve traveled through time. Its time to go all the way back to  season 2 of Miami Vice. This episode had so many things to love and it  really felt… Like home. We had action, double crosses, good  investigation work and even an appearance from Izzy. So much of this  episode of Miami Vice reminded us of classic seasons. What’s not to  love? A secret society taking the law into their own hands which is made  up of other cops. The conspiracy is so large even the soon-to-be Chief  of Police is in on it! Dominic is concerned for a group of vigilantes that managed by a man  who got the idea after being shot in the head. Melissa wonders what if  the duo said no? How do they forget what they’ve seen? John wants to  protect the good name of Dr. Dingy, Dr. Johnny Dingy. Its a classic episode you can’t miss! Become a Patron! Episode Information Miami Vice – Season 05 Ep. 15 – Over the Line Premiered April 28, 1989 (Episode  was delayed for a month and a half for the debut of some series called  Dream Street. Help us out here Melissa, our 80’s TV isn’t up to par There  was also a 99′ boy band called Dream Street that I found a video of  them performing on the Maury show. Think they found out who their real  dad is?)   Writer: Robert Ward (Co-producer, 8 writing credits) and Scott  Shepherd (Redemption in Blood, Bad Timing, Hard Knocks, will write  Freefall) Director: Russ Mayberry (will direct Freefall, probably the most accomplished TV director Vice ever had, a titan behind the camera for TV)   Guest Stars Tomas Arana as Walter Stevens Robert Fields as Metro-Dade Captain Richard Highsmith Anthony Barrile as Johnny   Music I’m Life by The Fixx   Feedback Got some feedback? Contact Us. Email: gowiththeheat[@]gmail[.]com Dom Twitter: @domcorriveau John Twitter: @corriveau_john Melissa Twitter: @mrsmelcorriveau  The shows official accounts:   Twitter – https://twitter.com/gowiththeheat Facebook – https://facebook.com/gowiththeheat Instagram – https://www.instagram.com/gowiththeheat/  Intro & transition music provided by: Cuban Sandwich, Voice Over Under Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com) Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0
01:00:60
January 14, 2019
This Week In Vice 102 - March 19 - April 29, 1989
Hi pals, coming up on this week’s episode of Go With The Heat a team  of vigilantes try to recruit the duo to their side in the episode Over the Line.  On This Week In Vice we’re taking a look back to when this episode of  Miami Vice aired, from March 19 – April 29, 1989, when Miami Vice was  King. Show notes and more: http://gowiththeheat.com Early show access and a new sticker pack!  https://www.patreon.com/gowiththeheat In news… There is a lot of news to talk about in the month and half between  Miami Vice episodes so lets rapid fire a few stories. On March 26 the  USSR held its first free elections, selecting Boris Yeltsin. On April 15 96 people died in a FA Cup match later called the Hillsborough Disaster. The on April 19 47 crew members of the USS Iowa died in an explosion in the Number Two gun turret.  The biggest news of this timeframe was the Exxon Valdez  oil spill in Prince William Sound, Alaska. The ship struck the Bligh  Reef, spilling 10.8 million gallons of oil into the sound. Duo to its  remote location, the spill cover 1,300 miles of coastline and 11,000  square miles of ocean. Numerous oversights led to the disaster including  a drunk captain and the senior officer who was supposed to be in charge  asleep in his bunk.  In Sports… On March 22 goalie Clint Malarchuk  suffered a life threatening injury after two St. Louis Blues players  crashed into the net. During the hit a skate from Blues Steve Tuttle cut  Malarchuk’s carotid artery. Malarchuk lost 1.5 liters of blood and 300  stitches to patch the 6 inch wound.  In Music… In this time period there are technically five songs that would reach number one on the Hot 100, one of them I will skip until next time. First up is The Living Years by Mike + The Mechanics. This is one of many number one hits from the band who makes constant appearance in Miami Vice.  Up next is The Look by Roxette and rounding out our rapid fire look back is She Drives Me Crazy by Fine Young Cannibals. The last song and the one I’ll spend a little more time talking about is Eternal Flame by The Bangles.  From the album Everything the love song would be a worldwide phenomenon. The Bangles were perfect for the MTV generation and this music video played around the clock throughout 1989.  In Movies… As with music there are four movies that would claim the top spot at  the box office during this timeframe. First up is the unnecessary comedy  sequel Fletch Lives starring Chevy Chase
03:21
January 11, 2019
124 - The Lost Madonna
We’re back after a week off during the holidays and its straight down  to business. Its another artsy-fartsy episode that also includes a  dirty cop… You think the Vice team would question anyone’s willing  involvement from outside the team as they’ve been burned so many times. I  guess they just have a good heart and really, REALLY want to trust  people. This episode has drugs, has art, has buying art with drugs! The team  gets double-crossed leaving Sonny to make a middle of the road Florida  Gators level tackle.  Dominic wants to spend the whole time talking about Sigmar. Melissa  defends Sonny’s lack of art knowledge and John gets another chance to  talk about ol’ Slow Hand. Its a quality episode of Vice and a fantastic episode of your Miami Vice podcast. By the way, for a limited time for all new and existing Patrons,  we’re offering a custom sticker pack! Anyone who has a successful  payment in January and is still a Patron on Feb. 1 will receive a custom  sticker pack from the show. With only 7 episodes to go, this is  probably the only time we’ll ever do merch. There’s a limited number of  packs so get in while you can. Show notes and more! http://gowiththeheat.com Become a Patron! Episode Information Miami Vice – Season 05 Ep. 14 – The Lost Madonna Premiered March 17, 1989 Writer: Robert Goethals (only ep. also wrote for the show Swamp Thing…) Director: Chip Chalmers (only directing credit, assistant director for 20 other episodes)   Guest Stars Michael Chiklis as NYPD Detective Jeffrey Whitehead Peter Dobson as Joey Scianti Ned Eisenberg as Sal Castelli Elizabeth Berridge as Julia Scianti    Music Twist in My Sobriety by Tanita Tikaram   She’s Waiting by Eric Clapton   Feedback Got some feedback? Contact Us. Email: gowiththeheat[@]gmail[.]com Dom Twitter: @domcorriveau John Twitter: @corriveau_john Melissa Twitter: @mrsmelcorriveau  The shows official accounts:   Twitter – https://twitter.com/gowiththeheat Facebook – https://facebook.com/gowiththeheat Instagram – https://www.instagram.com/gowiththeheat/  Intro & transition music provided by: Cuban Sandwich, Voice Over Under Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com) Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0
58:32
January 7, 2019
This Week In Vice 101 - March 12 - 18, 1989
Hi pals, coming up on this week’s episode of Go With The Heat the  Vice team helps a New York police officer locate a missing piece of art  and infiltrate the theives in the episode The Lost Madonna.  On This Week In Vice we’re taking a look back to when this episode of  Miami Vice aired, from March 12 – 18, 1989, when Miami Vice was King. Show notes and more: http://gowiththeheat.com Early show access and a free Vice sticker pack!  https://www.patreon.com/gowiththeheat News: FDA issues recall on Chilean grapes after cyanide found in two grapes in Philadelphia. Music: You Got It (The Right Stuff) by New Kids on the Block Movies: Skin Deep starring John Ritter Chances are starring Cybill Shepherd and Robert Downey Jr. The Adventures of Baron Munchausen by Terry Gilliam  Feedback: Got some feedback? Contact Us. Email: gowiththeheat[@]gmail[.]com Dom Twitter: @domcorriveau John Twitter: @corriveau_john Melissa Twitter: @mrsmelcorriveau  The shows official accounts: Twitter Facebook Instagram  Intro/Outro and transition music provided by: Happy Alley Kevin MacLeod incompetech.com Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0 License The Go With The Heat podcast and associated works are licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 4.0 International License.
02:29
January 4, 2019
123 - Classic Rerun: Tale of the Goat
Hey pals, with the holidays and kids and family and… Well, you know  all the excuses. We took a week off to take a break around the holidays  and decided to look back to a CLASSIC RERUN of your favorite Miami Vice  podcast. The Cell Within put us into a Tubbs mood and instead of leaving  you high and dry without a Go With The Heat podcast this week, we’re  bringing back one of our favorite Tubbs episodes in Tale of the Goat. This episode of the podcast came out almost 2 years ago and we have to say its real obvious how much Vice has changed. This was a fun episode, mostly for Tubbs’ “I’ve been drugged” acting and Santeria hitmen riding dirt bikes. We hope you all had a great holiday, we’ll be back next week! Voodoo. VOODOO. Tubbs has some bad loas and we have what might be our  favorite episode of the season so far. Legba (the villains real name)  is out to get revenge and only Tubbs’ cocky attitude and breezy suit can  stop him. Right from the get go we fall in love with this episode of  Miami Vice… For all the wrong reasons. Bad lines, awkward scenes and Tubbs getting a case of the Yips make  for one of our funniest episodes of Go With The Heat. Melissa couldn’t  wait for us to see Tubbs leg cramp acting, John is concerned about  people turning into goats and Dominic still hasn’t stopped laughing  about “Yips”. Show notes and more: http://gowiththeheat.com Become a Patron! Episode Information Miami Vice – Season 02 Ep. 07 – Tale of the Goat Premiered April 25, 1986 Writer: Jim Trombetta (one other episode “Free Verse”) Director: Michael O’Herilhy (also directed Junk Love)   Guest Stars Clarence Williams III as Legba Mykelti Williamson as Sylvio Romulus Peter Sellars as Dr. O’Hara Ray Sharkey as Bobby Profile      Music Phantom Living by The Fixx   Transformation by Nona Hendryx   Can’t Turn Back by Red Rider   Flesh by Todd Rundgren   Feedback Got some feedback? Contact Us. Email: gowiththeheat[@]gmail[.]com Dom Twitter: @domcorriveau John Twitter: @corriveau_john Melissa Twitter: @mrsmelcorriveau  The shows official accounts:   Twitter Facebook Instagram Intro & transition music provided by: Cuban Sandwich, Voice Over Under Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com) Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0
58:50
December 31, 2018
122 - The Cell Within
Its a Tubbs-tastic episode of Miami Vice that also includes one of the greatest music guests ever. In this episode Tubbs finds himself locked in the sex dungeon of a psychopath who has made it his personal mission to hold the world accountable for their sins against society. Tubbs is left with little choice but to witness countless horrors all while trying to manipulate Manning to let him go or at least let his guard down. Dominic feels really bad for Manning's assistant and tells him to go ahead and get revenge. Melissa reminds us that Tubbs took night school and knows his way around an electric chair. John... John is forced to talk about Yanni. Its a great episode of Vice and your Vice podcast. Become a Patron! Episode Information Miami Vice - Season 05 Ep. 13 - The Cell Within Premiered March 10, 1989 Writer: Jack Richardson (Honor Among Thieves, one more coming) Director: Michael Hoggan (Wrote French Twist, only director credit) Guest Stars John P. Ryan as Jake Manning Robin Bartlett as Rhoda King Maria Pitillo as Anna Richard Gant as "Battlin'" Barry Gay L.M. Kit Carson as Robert Phelps Music Keys to Imagination by Yanni Feedback Got some feedback? Contact Us. Email: gowiththeheat[@]gmail[.]com Dom Twitter: @domcorriveau John Twitter: @corriveau_john Melissa Twitter: @mrsmelcorriveau The shows official accounts: Twitter Facebook Instagram Intro & transition music provided by: Cuban Sandwich, Voice Over Under Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com) Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0
01:08:02
December 24, 2018
This Week In Vice 100 – March 5 – 11, 1989
Hi pals, coming up on this week’s episode of Go With The Heat Tubbs is held hostage by an ex-con seeking revenge in the episode The Cell Within. On This Week In Vice we’re taking a look back to when this episode of Miami Vice aired, from March 5 – 11, 1989, when Miami Vice was King. Show notes and more: http://gowiththeheat.com Early show access, a skinny tie and even a Castillo mustache! https://www.patreon.com/gowiththeheat News: Strike at Eastern Airlines Sports: Dino Ciccarelli traded to the Washington Capitals Music: Lost in Your Eyes by Debbie Gibson Movie: Lean on Me starring Morgan Freeman Feedback Got some feedback? Contact Us. Email: gowiththeheat[@]gmail[.]com Dom Twitter: @domcorriveau John Twitter: @corriveau_john Melissa Twitter: @mrsmelcorriveau The shows official accounts: Twitter – https://twitter.com/gowiththeheat Facebook – https://facebook.com/gowiththeheat Instagram – https://www.instagram.com/gowiththeheat/ Intro/Outro and transition music provided by: Happy Alley Kevin MacLeod incompetech.com Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0 License
02:20
December 21, 2018
121 - Jack of All Trades
Sonny’s brother Jake swings into… I mean Sonny’s COUSIN… JACK swings into town and brings his reckless ways right into Sonny’s life. Jack is a scammer that gets himself mixed up in the worst possible scenario: Stealing counterfeit money from a cartel and giving to the mob. Then, when it looks like he’s actually going to help Sonny bring down a big-time dealer, he rats out his cousin and puts everyone’s life in danger. Let’s just say we’re not a big fan of Jack. Dominic wants to know about Sonny’s recent increase in drinking. Melissa questions how much younger Jack is supposed to be than old-man Crockett. In the music segment John breaks down the “Wu-Tang Clan” of a Capella groups. Its an episode of the greatest Miami Vice podcast you can’t miss! Show notes and more - http://gowiththeheat.com Become a Patron! Early show access, a custom newsletter and a free mustache! https://www.pateron.com/gowiththeheat Episode Information Miami Vice – Season 05 Ep. 12 – Jack of All Trades Premiered March 3, 1989 Writer: Robert Ward (This is his 7th. writing credit, 1 more coming. Also the shows co-producer) Director: Vern Gillium (Child’s Play, Borrasca, Hard Knocks… Cows. This is his last one.) Guest Stars Jesse Borrego as Octavio Escandero David Andrews as Jack Crockett Robert Miranda as Ray Soliz Music Fugue No. 5 in D Major by the Swingle Singers Aria by the Swingle Singers Invention No. 1 in C Major by the Swingle Singers Feedback Got some feedback? Contact Us. Email: gowiththeheat[@]gmail[.]com Dom Twitter: @domcorriveau John Twitter: @corriveau_john Melissa Twitter: @mrsmelcorriveau The shows official accounts: Twitter - https://twitter.com/gowiththeheat Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/gowiththeheat Instagram - https://instagram.com/gowiththeheat Intro & transition music provided by: Cuban Sandwich, Voice Over Under Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com) Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0
53:25
December 17, 2018
This Week In Vice 99 - Feb. 19 - March 4, 1989
Hi pals, coming up on this week’s episode of Go With The Heat Crockett’s cousin surprises him with a visit and his debt in the episode Jack of All Trades. On This Week In Vice we’re taking a look back to when this episode of Miami Vice aired, from February 19 – March 4, 1989, when Miami Vice was King. Show notes and more: http://gowiththeheat.com Early show access, a custom newsletter and even a free mustache! https://www.patreon.com/gowiththeheat News: 9 die when United Airlines 811 cargo door is ripped from the plane leaving Honolulu Exxon Houston leaks oil and fuel off Oahu Sports: Cowboys fire Tom Landry after 29 years as head coach Music: Wild Thing by Tone Loc Movie: The 'Burbs starring Tom Hanks, Bruce Dern and Carrie Fisher Feedback Got some feedback? Contact Us. Email: gowiththeheat[@]gmail[.]com Dom Twitter: @domcorriveau John Twitter: @corriveau_john Melissa Twitter: @mrsmelcorriveau The shows official accounts: Twitter: https://twitter.com/gowiththeheat Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/gowiththeheat Instagram: https://instagram.com/gowiththeheat Intro/Outro and transition music provided by: Happy Alley Kevin MacLeod incompetech.com Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0 License
02:37
December 14, 2018
120 - Miami Squeeze
Someone is trying to put the SQUEEZE on Castillo and the team is having none of it. But that’s not what we’re focused on. With one of the corniest villains ever in Miami Vice. The Bond knockoff is desperate to find out who stole his drugs and is willing to frame a Congresswoman to force her son to turn them over. The Vice team is hot on his trail but no one suspects Edwina. We have a lot of fun with this episode, right up until John has to go John Wick on everyone that worked on the show. Melissa is concerned about the attitude of the hospital staff working on Castillo. Dominic is all caught up in Sonny’s therapy sessions and John… John is a little upset at Vice (massive understatement) and loves Edwina. Show notes and more: http://gowiththeheat.com Early show access, a custom newsletter & a free mustache! https://www.patreon.com/gowiththeheat Episode Information Miami Vice – Season 05 Ep. 11 – Miami Squeeze Premiered Feb. 17, 1989 Writer: Robert Ward (This is his 6th. writing credit, 2 more coming. Also the shows co-producer), Peter McCabe (4 & last writing credit) and Ted Mann (aside from his funny name he wrote for a lot of stuff, won an Emmy for writing on NYPD Blue & also wrote something called “Disco Beaver from Outer Space in 1978”) Director: Michelle Manning (also directed Fruit of the Poison Tree) Guest Stars Robert Joy as Sebastian Ross Justin Lazard as Detective Joey Hardin/Joey Chandler Paul Provenza as Ricky DeMaria Conrad Roberts as Commissioner Henry Williford Peter Nelson as Dan Shaw Rita Moreno as Congresswoman Madelyn Woods Rita has for real won the EGOT. Sup PMT… Music Working on It by Chris Rea Hard Left by Tackhead Feedback Got some feedback? Contact Us. Twitter, Insta & Facebook @gowiththeheat Email: gowiththeheat[@]gmail[.]com Dom Twitter: @domcorriveau John Twitter: @corriveau_john Melissa Twitter: @mrsmelcorriveau Intro & transition music provided by: Cuban Sandwich, Voice Over Under Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com) Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0
01:05:07
December 10, 2018
This Week In Vice 98 - Feb. 12 - 18, 1989
Hi pals, coming up on this week’s episode of Go With The Heat Castillo is framed as a Congresswoman attempts to protect her son in the episode Miami Squeeze. On This Week In Vice we’re taking a look back to when this episode of Miami Vice aired, from February 12 to February 18, 1989, when Miami Vice was King. Show notes and more: http://gowiththeheat.com Early show access and a free mustache! https://www.patreon.com/gowiththeheat News: Supreme Leader of Iran issues a decree for the death of author Salman Rushdie Sports: Oklahoma Sooners quarterback Charles Thompson arrested for attempting to sell cocaine to an undercover officer Music: Straight Up by Paula Abdul Movie: The Fly 2 starring Eric Stoltz and Daphne Zuniga Feedback Got some feedback? Contact Us. Twitter - https://twitter.com/gowiththeheat Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/gowiththeheat Instagram - https://instagram.com/gowiththeheat Email: gowiththeheat[@]gmail[.]com Intro/Outro and transition music provided by: Happy Alley Kevin MacLeod incompetech.com Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0 License
02:17
December 7, 2018
119 - To Have and to Hold
Sammy, Timmy, Johnny… BILLY! That’s his name! Crockett is forced to spend some time with his son after being MIA for an entire year which leaves Tubbs to fend for himself against the Pedroza family. Unfortunately for Tubbs he’s easily bamboozled by vulnerable women and Maria has him wrapped around her little finger. You know what this means. It means we’re going to invent a cartel and murder all the players in 47 min. so this situation never comes up again! Melissa is concerned for little Billy, especially if he’s coming to stay with his former coke-dealer Dad. Dominic is really thrown off by Tubbs’ attire the entire episode, even if he “tenderizes” Maria. John is here to defend Sonny’s brother Jake and his treatment of little Jimmy Venucci. Its time to get greasy on Miami Vice. Show notes and more - gowiththeheat.com Early show access and a free mustache! https://www.patreon.com/gowiththeheat Episode Information Miami Vice – Season 05 Ep. 10 – To Have and to Hold Its the 100th. episode of Miami Vice… Syndication here we come! Premiered Feb. 10, 1989 Writer: William Conway (only ep, help on teleplay for Freefall) Director: Eugene Corr (only ep., must have been kicked off the lot) Guest Stars Elpidia Carrillo as Maria Pendroza Miguel Ferrer as Ramon Pendroza Rafael Ferrer as Carlos Pendroza, Jr. Belinda Montgomery as Caroline Crockett-Ballard Music Bête Noire by Bryan Ferry Carry Me (Like a Fire in Your Heart) by Chris de Burgh Feedback Got some feedback? Contact Us. Email: gowiththeheat[@]gmail[.]com Dom Twitter: @domcorriveau John Twitter: @corriveau_john Melissa Twitter: @mrsmelcorriveau The shows official accounts: Twitter - twitter.com/gowiththeheat Facebook - facebook.com/gowiththeheat Instagram - instagram.com/gowiththeheat Intro & transition music provided by: Cuban Sandwich, Voice Over Under Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com) Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0
01:05:02
December 3, 2018
This Week In Vice 97 – Feb. 5 – 11, 1989
Hi pals, coming up on this week’s episode of Go With The Heat Tubbs and Crockett find themselves mixed up in separate family dramas in the episode To Have and to Hold. On This Week In Vice we’re taking a look back to when this episode of Miami Vice aired, from February 5 to February 11, 1989, when Miami Vice was King. Show notes and more: gowiththeheat.com Early show access, behind the scenes and a free mustache! www.patreon.com/gowiththeheat In news… On Feb. 8 while on final approach to Santa Maria Airport in Pico Alto, Portugal Independent Air Flight 1851 crashed killing all 144 on board in the deadliest plane crash in Portugal’s history. A combination of both ground and aircraft crew errors led to the aircraft to crash into Pico Alto Mountain. In Sports… The NBA announces the Hall of Fame class of 1989. This group includes the Boston Celtics great KC Jones and journeyman Lenny Wilkens. Both Jones and Wilkens led prolific careers as both players and coaches. In Music… Goodbye Phil, Two Hearts finally gets knocked off the top of the Hot 100 and in-between Collins and Paula Abdul is a true one hit wonder. Sneaking in for just one week is When I’m With You by the arena rock band Sheriff. From their self-titled album the song originally hit the Hot 100 in 1983 but in 1988 found new radio play, years after the band had already broke up. To add to the strangeness of this song, in the era of video killed the radio star, this song was released both in 1982 and 1988 without a music video. In Movies… Rain Man finally relents at the top of the Box Office and a new film finally takes number one. Starring Nick Nolte and Martin Short is the crime-comedy film Three Fugitives. The film follows one career criminal just released from prison and one desperate father robbing a bank to help his sick daughter. The film performed well, regardless of the poor reviews from critics. But as I mentioned before, critics are a bunch of jerks. And that’s everything you need to know that was happening when Miami Vice was king. Be sure to join us on Go With The Heat at gowiththeheat.com. I’d love to hear from you! Email the show gowiththeheat@gmail.com or follow us on Twitter @gowiththeheat. That’s all for this week, bye pals. Feedback Got some feedback? Contact Us. Twitter/Insta: @gowiththeheat Email: gowiththeheat[@]gmail[.]com Intro/Outro and transition music provided by: Happy Alley Kevin MacLeod incompetech.com Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0 License
02:23
November 30, 2018
118 - Happy Thanksgiving Pals
Hey pals, we took advantage of our extended weekend for Thanksgiving and don’t have a full episode for you this week. BUT, we will be back on our weekly schedule, no more bi-weekly! We’ll be back next week with a full breakdown of “To Have and To Hold” and we’ll be publishing episodes every week from now until the end of Miami Vice. In our short episode this week we talk about what we think the Vice crew is up to at Thanksgiving. Obviously Tubbs is BBQing a Tofurky. Thank you to everyone who supports us through listening to the show, sharing and following us on various social media. We’re so happy to be part of this community. We’ll see you all next week. Hope you all had an amazing Thanksgiving! Feedback Got some feedback? Contact Us. Email: gowiththeheat[@]gmail[.]com Dom Twitter: @domcorriveau John Twitter: @corriveau_john Melissa Twitter: @mrsmelcorriveau The shows official accounts: Twitter Facebook Instagram Intro & transition music provided by: Cuban Sandwich, Voice Over Under Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com) Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0
05:30
November 26, 2018
117 - Fruit of the Poison Tree
The team is embedded deep in a big time South Beach dealer and the only thing that can mess it up is… Themselves. Not only do they mess up the court case, but they let little Nicky get blown up. Okay, that was probably pretty harsh. But they are quite bumbling in this episode. In the end, the real villain is killed in a classic case of Vice vigilante justice from a family dispute none of them saw coming, even if it was a train laying on its horn while on fire. One positive note: They actually arrested the drug dealer! Not everyone got killed! John agrees with Sonny’s position of never letting a hot dog stand get robbed. Melissa wonders how Gina is getting the money for a fancy convertible and that gigantic house. Dominic is quite upset with how the Vice writers handled Gina in this episode. We all wonder how many kilos of drugs they actually have. Its a must watch episode of Miami Vice and a fantastic episode of the greatest Vice podcast on the planet. Show notes and more: http://gowiththeheat.com Show your support and get a free mustache! https://www.patreon.com/gowiththeheat Episode Information Miami Vice – Season 05 Ep. 09 – Fruit of the Poison Tree Premiered Feb. 3, 1989 Writer: Rob Bragin (one more coming) Director: Michelle Manning (one more coming as well) Guest Stars Stephen McHattie as Sam Boyle Jeff Meek as Roberto Enriquez Tony Sirico as Frank Romano Amanda Plummer as Lisa Madsen Music Desire by U2 Walking Towards Paradise by Robert Plant Feedback Got some feedback? Contact Us. Email: gowiththeheat[@]gmail[.]com Dom Twitter: @domcorriveau John Twitter: @corriveau_john Melissa Twitter: @mrsmelcorriveau The shows official accounts: Twitter - https://twitter.com/gowiththeheat Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/gowiththeheat Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/gowiththeheat Intro & transition music provided by: Cuban Sandwich, Voice Over Under Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com) Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0
58:09
November 19, 2018
This Week In Vice 96 - Jan. 22 - Feb. 4, 1989
Hi pals, coming up on this week’s episode of Go With The Heat the team finds themselves in the middle of a drug ring and a family feud in the episode Fruit of the Poison Tree. On This Week In Vice we’re taking a look back to when this episode of Miami Vice aired, from January 22 to February 4, 1989, when Miami Vice was King. Show notes and more: http://gowiththeheat.com Early show access, behind the scenes and a free mustache! https://www.patreon.com/gowiththeheat News: Olympian Bruce Kimball and former attorney Joel Steinberg found guilty in separate murder cases Sports: San Fransisco 49ers win Super Bowl 23 Music: Two Hearts by Phil Collins Movie: Cousins starring Ted Danson and Isabella Rossellini Intro/Outro and transition music provided by: Happy Alley Kevin MacLeod incompetech.com Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0 License
02:45
November 16, 2018
116 - Hard Knocks
We knew Stan’s troubles would finally be exposed but none of us were ready for this. Stan is in real trouble and not just because someone is trying to kill him. He’s drinking, gambling and in general falling apart. He’s in a bad, bad place. This story might be about the mobsters he owes money to, but its so much deeper than that, exposing all of his problems. Worst of all, by the end nothing is better. We’re so sad for Stan… But we do have a lot of fun breaking this episode down! Melissa teaches about the “bad news sandwich” Castillo has to give Stan. John is concerned for Holly and wonders who’s gonna eat all that corn. Dominic is in shock after seeing Stan murder a guy. If only this was rock bottom for Stan. Show notes and more: http://gowiththeheat.com Early show access, condensed versions & a free mustache! https://www.patreon.com/gowiththeheat Episode Information Miami Vice – Season 05 Ep. 08 – Hard Knocks Premiered Jan. 20, 1989 Writer: Robert Ward (Just had him last week, Redemption in Blood, 7 more coming), Scott Shepard (co-writer Redemption in blood, Bad Timing) and Ken Solarz (Hostile Takeover, Redemption). Seems to be a pattern here of this team working together… Director: Vern Gillum (Child’s Play, Cows, Borrasca, one more coming) Guest Stars Richard Jenkins as Marvin Goodman Victor Slezak as Jerome Horowitz Richard Joseph Paul as Kevin Mulhern Music Big League by Tom Cochrane & Red Rider Nobody’s Perfect by Mike + The Mechanics Feedback Got some feedback? Contact Us. Twitter/Insta – @gowiththeheat Email: gowiththeheat[@]gmail[.]com Dom Twitter: @domcorriveau John Twitter: @corriveau_john Melissa Twitter: @mrsmelcorriveau Intro & transition music provided by: Cuban Sandwich, Voice Over Under Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com) Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0
01:00:24
November 5, 2018
This Week In Vice 95 - Jan. 15 - 21, 1988
Hi pals, coming up on this week’s episode of Go With The Heat Stan’s problems finally come to light leaving the team struggling to help him in the episode Hard Knocks. On This Week In Vice we’re taking a look back to when this episode of Miami Vice aired, from January 15 to January 21, 1989, when Miami Vice was King. Show notes and more - http://gowiththeheat.com Get early access and even a free mustache! https://www.patreon.com/gowiththeheat Follow us! Twitter - https://twitter.com/gowiththeheat Insta - https://www.instagram.com/gowiththeheat Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/gowiththeheat News: Shooting at Cleveland Elementary School in Stockton, CA Sports: President Reagan pardons Yankees owner George Steinbrenner Music: My Prerogative by Bobby Brown Movie: Who's Harry Crumb starring John Candy and Annie Potts Intro/Outro and transition music provided by: Happy Alley Kevin MacLeod incompetech.com Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0 License
02:46
November 2, 2018
115 - Asian Cut
Not amnesia and not a Castillo story, we actually have a regular episode of Miami Vice! Plus it includes the entire team! Its almost a Christmas miracle. In Asian Cut a serial killer is stalking the streets performing ritualistic murders on prostitutes and the team will stop at nothing to take this killer down. In a noir-style story there’s a huge twist at the end that includes mannequins. Melissa and Dom feel so, SO bad for Trudy during this investigation. John wonders if hookers have performance reviews and has a serious problem with mannequins. Get the bug-van, the whole Miami Vice team is going out on this one. Show notes and more: http://gowiththeheat.com Early access, extended shows and a mustache! https://www.patreon.com/gowiththeheat Episode Information Miami Vice – Season 05 Ep. 07 – Asian Cut Premiered Jan. 13, 1989 Writer: Robert Ward (Redemption in Blood, 8 more coming, wrote one ep that never got made) Director: James Contner (only ep, Director of Photography on Crime Story) Guest Stars David Schramm as Professor Eric Haliwell Cary-Hiroyuki Tagawa as Tegoro Steve Ryan as Mr. Dyson Music Here It Is…Take It! by That Petrol Emotion Under the Milky Way by The Church Feedback Got some feedback? Contact Us. Email: gowiththeheat[@]gmail[.]com Dom Twitter: @domcorriveau John Twitter: @corriveau_john Melissa Twitter: @mrsmelcorriveau The shows official accounts: Twitter/Insta: @gowiththeheat facebook.com/gowiththeheat Intro & transition music provided by: Cuban Sandwich, Voice Over Under Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com) Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0
01:07:17
October 22, 2018
Episode 55
Hi pals, coming up on this week’s episode of Go With The Heat the team is searching for a ritualistic serial killer who’s closer to them than they think in the episode Asian Cut. On This Week In Vice we’re taking a look back to when this episode of Miami Vice aired, from Dec. 18 to January 14, 1989, when Miami Vice was King. Show notes and more: http://gowiththeheat.com Early access and a free moustache! https://www.patreon.com/gowiththeheat News: Pan Am Flight 103 explodes over Lockerbie, Scotland Music: Every Rose has its Thorns by Poison Movie: Rain Man starring Tom Cruise and Dustin Hoffman Feedback Got some feedback? Contact Us. Twitter/Insta @gowiththeheat Email: gowiththeheat[@]gmail[.]com Intro/Outro and transition music provided by: Happy Alley Kevin MacLeod incompetech.com Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0 License
02:33
October 19, 2018
114 - Line of Fire
We’re gonna be totally honest with you, Joey is a problem. This would have been a totally fine episode of Miami Vice and even though its a by-the-numbers dirty FBI officer, its almost good. Joey… Joey is just bad. Dom is concerned for Crockett’s “its a big ocean” decision when they spend most of their time docked. John doesn’t think someone on the set liked Frosted Flakes (how could you treat Tony the Tiger like this). Melissa, well you know her. She doesn’t like snitches and thinks Joey is pretty soft. Its a conflicting episode of Miami Vice but we’re here to get you through it. Show notes and more: http://gowiththeheat.com Early access and a mustache! https://www.patreon.com/gowiththeheat Intro & transition music provided by: Cuban Sandwich, Voice Over Under Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com) Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0
01:07:22
October 8, 2018
This Week In Vice 93 - Dec. 11 - 17, 1988
Hi pals, coming up on this week’s episode of Go With The Heat the team has to protect a bratty punk rocker who’s a witness in a drug lord’s trial in the episode Line of Fire. On This Week In Vice we’re taking a look back to when this episode of Miami Vice aired, from Dec. 11 to Dec. 17, 1988, when Miami Vice was King. Show notes and more: http://gowiththeheat.com Early access, condensed shows and more! https://www.patreon.com/gowiththeheat News: Lyndon LaRouche sentenced to jail Music: Giving You The Best That I Got by Anita Baker Movie: Twins starring Arnold Schwarzenegger and Danny DeVito Got some feedback? Contact Us. Twitter/Insta @gowiththeheat Email: gowiththeheat[@]gmail[.]com Intro/Outro and transition music provided by: Happy Alley Kevin MacLeod incompetech.com Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0 License
02:20
October 5, 2018
113 - Borrasca
Sonny’s amnesia is gone and now the Vice team can get down to some real work while he’s still hiding out in the glades at an ol’ honky-tonk. Tubbs and Castillo have their eyes set on bringing down someone who stole literal tons of cocaine. We even get a little hint of Stan’s gambling problem. Melissa spends most of the episode defending Castillo. John gets really upset with Reese digging his fingers into Castillo’s dinner. Dom just can’t see past Dad have two sets of rules for himself and his team and professes his love for Pink Floyd. Show notes and more: http://gowiththeheat.com Support us on Patreon! https://patreon.com/gowiththeheat Got some feedback? Contact Us. Twitter/Insta @gowiththeheat Email: gowiththeheat[@]gmail[.]com Intro & transition music provided by: Cuban Sandwich, Voice Over Under Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com) Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0
01:02:45
October 1, 2018
This Week In Vice 92 - Dec. 4 - 10, 1988
Hi pals, coming up on this week’s episode of Go With The Heat Tubbs and Castillo team up to take down a wild drug dealer who’s also being protected by a former CIA operative in the episode Borrasca. On This Week In Vice we’re taking a look back to when this episode of Miami Vice aired, from Dec. 4 to Dec. 10, 1988, when Miami Vice was King. News: Spitak earthquake strikes Armenia Music: Look Away by Chicago Movie: The Naked Gun: From the Files of the Police Squad! Show notes and more: http://gowiththeheat.com Bonuses, early access and a special extended version of This Week In Vice! Check out our Patreon. https://www.patreon.com/gowiththeheat Contact us: gowiththeheat@gmail.com Twitter/Insta @gowiththeheat Intro/Outro and transition music provided by: Happy Alley Kevin MacLeod incompetech.com Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0 License Creative Commons License
02:16
September 28, 2018
112 - Let's Talk About Amnesia
This is a very special episode of your Miami Vice podcast. Last week was the official end to the Sonny Burnett amnesia arc with the episode Bad Timing. Before we move on to the next Vice episode we decided to stop and discuss the amnesia story as a whole. Sonny is a changed man and has gone through some serious troubles. Is there a way he can rejoin the Vice squad after all the murders? Especially after trying to kill his own partner and best friend? We lay it all out there, starting with Deliver Us From Evil and ending with maybe… some controversy? This is a fun episode in which we review the entire story, hash out our differences and get our minds ready for the run up to the end of the show. Show notes and more: http://gowiththeheat.com Early show access, extended episodes and more! https://www.patreon.com/gowiththeheat Intro & transition music provided by: Cuban Sandwich, Voice Over Under Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com) Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0
36:18
September 24, 2018
111 - Bad Timing
Sonny’s amnesia is officially gone and its time to take his hog on the road. After a bumpy IAD hearing that sentences him to a vacation, he goes looking for the first place that serves cheap beer. So far in season 5 each episode has been fantastic. This one… Honestly, this would have been an okay episode if it was just about Sonny grappling with his new life. Instead we get two bad guys who escape prison and do everything they can to get caught. John gives us the rundown on the music that includes Hank Williams. Dominic thinks sleazoids is an understatement. Melissa can’t get over Scotty being a little bitch. We were bound for a bad episode of Miami Vice on season 5. Show notes and more: http://gowiththeheat.com Support us on Patreon! https://www.patreon.com/gowiththeheat Intro & transition music provided by: Cuban Sandwich, Voice Over Under Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com) Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0
01:00:13
September 17, 2018
This Week In Vice 91 - Nov. 20 - Dec. 3, 1988
Hi pals, coming up on this week’s episode of Go With The Heat Sonny finds himself fighting for his life even though he’s supposed to be on vacation in the episode Bad Timing. On This Week In Vice we’re taking a look back to when this episode of Miami Vice aired, from Nov. 20 to Dec. 3, 1988, when Miami Vice was King. News: Soviet Union suddenly stops jamming Radio Liberty Music: Baby, I Love Your Way/Freebird by Will to Power Movies: The Land Before Time Scrooged starring Bill Murray Show notes and more: http://gowiththeheat.com Get the extended version of TWIV and more by becoming a Patron! https://www.patreon.com/gowiththeheat Intro/Outro and transition music provided by: Happy Alley Kevin MacLeod incompetech.com Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0 License
02:41
September 14, 2018
110 - Heart of the Night
Its been a loooong time since we had an episode that wasn’t centered around Sonny Crockett. Its been so long that we’ve forgotten Castillo is the best lover on the Vice team. After years of not seeing his one and only love, his now ex-wife, May Sing shows back up on the run from crazed criminals. One thing is for sure, NONE of us are happy with how this episode ends leaving Dad heartbroken. No one does that to Castillo! Show notes and more: http://gowiththeheat.com Support us on Patreon! https://www.patreon.com/gowiththeheat Miami Vice – Se. 05 Ep. 03 – Heart of the Night Premiered November 18, 1988 Writer: James Becket (only ep) Director: Paul Krasny (directed last weeks Redemption in Blood, last ep) Feedback gowiththeheat@gmail.com Twitter/Insta @gowiththeheat Intro & transition music provided by: Cuban Sandwich, Voice Over Under Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com) Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0
01:10:48
September 10, 2018
This Week In Vice 90 – Nov. 13 – 19, 1988
Hi pals, coming up on this week’s episode of Go With The Heat Castillo stops at nothing to save his ex-wife from gangsters and dirty CIA officers in the episode Heart of the Night. On This Week In Vice we’re taking a look back to when this episode of Miami Vice aired, from Nov. 13 to Nov. 19, 1988, when Miami Vice was King. In news… News: Jose Canseco wins AL MVP In Music: Bad Medicine by Bon Jovi In Movies: Child's Play starring Chucky! Feedback Got some feedback? Contact Us. Twitter/Insta @gowiththeheat Email: gowiththeheat[@]gmail[.]com Intro/Outro and transition music provided by: Happy Alley Kevin MacLeod incompetech.com Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0 License Creative Commons License The Go With The Heat podcast and associated works are licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 4.0 International License.
02:18
September 7, 2018
109 - Redemption in Blood
Here we are, the end of Sonny Burnett. We all had so much hope for him too. Sonny Burnett was single-handedly the most evil villain in the history of Miami Vice. Alas, remembering all the times Tubbs told him he loved him and his love for the Vice team brought him back. This is a good episode of Vice that should have been at least one more episode. Dominic is really mad at Bob. Melissa knows how you cure amnesia thanks to decades of TV watching. John isn’t sure who the cow is in Cliff’s story. Welcome back Sonny Crockett. Show notes and more: http://gowiththeheat.com Support us on Patreon! https://www.patreon.com/gowiththeheat Intro & transition music provided by: Cuban Sandwich, Voice Over Under Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com) Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0
01:02:53
September 3, 2018
This Week In Vice 89 - Nov. 6 - 12, 1988
Hi pals, coming up on this week’s episode of Go With The Heat its the stunning conclusion of the Sonny Burnett story as he’s finally able to cure his amnesia in the episode Redemption in Blood. On This Week In Vice, we’re taking a look back to when this episode of Miami Vice aired, from Nov. 6 to Nov. 12, 1988, when Miami Vice was King. Show notes and more: http://gowiththeheat.com Support us on Patreon! https://www.patreon.com/gowiththeheat News: George H. W. Bush elected President Music: Wild, Wild West by The Escape Club Movie: They Live starring Roddy Piper and Keith David Got some feedback? Contact Us. Email: gowiththeheat[@]gmail[.]com Twitter/Insta: @gowiththeheat Intro/Outro and transition music provided by: Happy Alley Kevin MacLeod incompetech.com Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0 License
02:04
August 31, 2018
108 - Hostile Takeover
Yes. Yes we left you on the season 4 cliffhanger and then took the summer off even after Dominic complained that leaving people on a cliffhanger was evil. But we’re back! Its been four weeks since season 4 of Miami Vice ended and we are so excited to get to the next episode of the Sonny Burnett amnesia story arc. The only downside is it brings us one step closer to the end of the amnesia story. Melissa and John think evil Sonny should add a moustache and an eye-patch to his glorious pony tail. Dominic has some questions about some innuendos thrown around about Sonny, Celeste and Miguel. Season 5 of Miami Vice starts with a bang! Show notes and more: http://gowiththeheat.com Get special shows, behind the scenes and early access! https://www.patreon.com/gowiththeheat Intro & transition music provided by: Cuban Sandwich, Voice Over Under Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com) Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0
01:04:23
August 27, 2018
This Week In Vice 88 - Oct. 30 - Nov. 5, 1988
Hi pals, coming up on this week’s episode of Go With The Heat we’re kicking off season 5 of Miami Vice and part 3 of the Sonny Burnett arc in the episode Hostile Takeover. On This Week In Vice we’re taking a look back to when this episode of Miami Vice aired, from Oct. 30 to Nov. 5, 1988, when Miami Vice was King. Show notes and more: http://gowiththeheat.com This this show early and more on our Patreon! https://www.patreon.com/gowiththeheat News: Geraldo Rivera gets his nose broken in a scuffle during "Teen Hatemongers" Music: Kokomo by The Beach Boys Movie: Everybody's All-American starring Dennis Quaid, Jessica Lange and John Goodman Feedback Email gowiththeheat@gmail.com Twitter/Insta @gowiththeheat Intro/Outro and transition music provided by: Happy Alley Kevin MacLeod incompetech.com Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0 License
02:17
August 24, 2018
Summer Rerun: 107 - God's Work
Hey pals, this is the last of our summer rerun series. You knew we would pick at least one silly episode but this week we actually took things seriously. This was an amazing episode of Miami Vice and easily in our top episodes of the entire run of the show. We’ll be back next week with the first episode of season 5 titled “Hostile Takeover”. Programming note! We are shuffling the schedule slightly. Starting with season 5 we will be publishing the podcast on Monday’s instead of Friday’s. This will be the perfect way to start your week. So that means the next episode will hit your feeds on Aug. 27. With this change we’ll also be adding more Miami Vice goodness each week with some new content! Stay tuned. Show notes and more: http://gowiththeheat.com Support us on Patreon! https://www.patreon.com/gowiththeheat Intro & transition music provided by: Cuban Sandwich, Voice Over Under Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com) Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0
59:50
August 17, 2018
This Week In Vice 87 – Sept. 25 – Oct. 29, 1988
Hi pals, coming up on this week’s episode of Go With The Heat its the last of the Summer reruns of our Miami Vice season 4 review. On This Week In Vice, we’re looking at the summer between seasons 4 and 5. This week we’re taking a look back to Sept. 25 to Oct. 29, 1988, when Miami Vice was King. Show notes and more: http://gowiththeheat.com Support us on Patreon! https://www.patreon.com/gowiththeheat News: LA Dodgers defeat the Oakland A's in the World Series Roseanne debuts on ABC Music Don't Worry, Be Happy by Bobby McFerrin Red Red Wine by UB40 A Groovy Kind of Love by Phil Collins Love Bites by Def Leppard Movies: Dead Ringers Gorillas in the Mist Alien Nation The Accused Halloween 4 Feedback Got some feedback? Contact Us. Email: gowiththeheat[@]gmail[.]com Twitter/Insta @gowiththeheat Intro/Outro and transition music provided by: Happy Alley Kevin MacLeod incompetech.com Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0 License
04:01
August 15, 2018
Summer Rerun: 106 - The Big Thaw
Hi pals, this is the second episode of our summer rerun series. You knew there was no way we would skip putting in one of the funniest episodes of Miami Vice. There were plenty to choose from in Season 4 with Missing Hours, The Cows of October and Amen… Send Money. But the easy winner was The Big Thaw. You’ll never convince us there isn’t a Rastafarian Popsicle still floating somewhere in the Atlantic Ocean. Show notes and more: http://gowiththeheat.com Support us on Patreon! https://www.patreon.com/gowiththeheat Got some feedback? Contact Us. Email: gowiththeheat[@]gmail[.]com Twitter/Insta @gowiththeheat Intro & transition music provided by: Cuban Sandwich, Voice Over Under Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com) Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0
01:02:15
August 10, 2018
This Week In Vice 86 - Aug. 21 - Sept. 24, 1988
Hi pals, coming up on this week’s episode of Go With The Heat we’re on the second of three reruns of our Miami Vice season 4 review. On This Week In Vice, we’re looking at the summer between seasons 4 and 5. This week we’re taking a look back to Aug. 21 to Sept. 24, 1988, when Miami Vice was King. Show notes and more: http://gowiththeheat.com Support us on Patreon! https://www.patreon.com/gowiththeheat News: Summer Olympics start in Seoul, South Korea Hurricane Gilbert makes landfall Music: Monkey by George Michael Sweet Child O' Mine by Guns N' Roses Movies: A Nightmare on Elm Street 4: The Dream Master Moon Over Parador A Fish Called Wanda Feedback gowiththeheat[@]gmail[.]com Insta/Twitter @gowiththeheat Intro/Outro and transition music provided by: Happy Alley Kevin MacLeod incompetech.com Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0 License
03:10
August 8, 2018
105 - Summer Rerun: Honor Among Thieves?
Hi pals, this is the first episode of our summer rerun series. Season four has been an amazing journey that started with some of the funniest episodes of Vice and ended with the evilest villain. Over the next three weeks we’ve selected a few of our favorite episodes of this podcast for your enjoyment. We are feverishly getting ready for season five and we hope you enjoy our summer rerun series. Show notes and more: http://gowiththeheat.com Support us on Patreon! https://www.patreon.com/gowiththeheat Contact: gowiththeheat[@]gmail[.]com Twitter/Insta @gowiththeheat Intro & transition music provided by: Cuban Sandwich, Voice Over Under Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com) Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0
01:05:31
August 3, 2018
This Week In Vice 85 – July 17 – Aug. 20, 1988
Hi pals, coming up on this weeks episode of Go With The Heat we’re in the middle of our summer rerun series looking back at the best of season 4. On This Week In Vice, we’re looking at the summer between seasons 4 and 5. This week we’re taking a look back to July 17 to August 20, 1988, when Miami Vice was King. Show notes and more: http://gowiththeheat.com Support us on Patreon! https://www.patreon.com/gowiththeheat News: Michael Dukakis accepts Democratic nomination at the DNC Music: Hold on to the Nights - Richard Marx Roll With It - Steve Winwood Movies: Cocktail starring Tom Cruise and Elisabeth Shue Young Guns starring Emilio Estevez & many, many more Contact gowiththeheat[@]gmail[.]com Twitter/Insta @gowiththeheat Intro/Outro and transition music provided by: Happy Alley Kevin MacLeod incompetech.com Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0 License
02:52
August 1, 2018
104 - Clip Show Extravaganza!
Its cliptastic! Seriously, this is always one of our favorite things to do, is create these clip shows. You get it all people. When Dominic asked if the Jamaicans where “tallying bananas” in The Big Thaw and when he accused Cowboy Tubbs of being in the Thunder Down Under. Or how about that time Melissa was concerned Crockett was gonna get a dildo in his mouth and wondered why all those dolls didn’t cry out in pain. Plus when John questioned Gina’s pasta choice and described the FBI’s “Penis Crimes Task Force”. This has been an amazing season of Go With The Heat and Miami Vice. So here’s our very best. http://gowiththeheat.com Support us on Patreon! https://www.patreon.com/gowiththeheat Got some feedback? Contact Us. Email: gowiththeheat[@]gmail[.]com Twitter/Instagram @gowiththeheat Intro & transition music provided by: Cuban Sandwich, Voice Over Under Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com) Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.
38:51
July 27, 2018
This Week In Vice 84 - June 12 - July 16, 1988
Hi pals, coming up on this week’s episode of Go With The Heat we’re replaying all our favorite moments from this season of Miami Vice in our season 4 clip show. On This Week In Vice, we’re looking at the summer between seasons 4 and 5. This week we’re taking a look back to June 12 to July 16, 1988, when Miami Vice was King. http://gowiththeheat.com Support us on Patreon! https://www.patreon.com/gowiththeheat News: US Navy shoots down Iran Air Flight 655 Music: The Flame by Cheap Trick Movies: Who Framed Roger Rabbit Red Heat Coming to America Feedback We'd love to hear from you! gowiththeheat[@]gmail[.]com Twitter/Insta @gowiththeheat Intro/Outro and transition music provided by: Happy Alley Kevin MacLeod incompetech.com Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0 License The Go With The Heat podcast and associated works are licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 4.0 International License.
03:22
July 25, 2018
103 - The Season 4 Review Spectacular!
What’s there to say? Its our season 4 break down of all our favorite Vice moments. This was an amazing season of Miami Vice. No, not because it was the best season of TV ever made, but because it was both amazingly stellar and horrendously bad. We thoroughly review the season in guest stars, episodes, music and a quick look ahead to season 5. Show notes, see our lists and more! http://gowiththeheat.com Support us on Patreon! https://www.patreon.com/gowiththeheat Contact us: gowiththeheat[@]gmail[.]com Twitter/Insta @gowiththeheat Dom Twitter: @domcorriveau John Twitter: @corriveau_john Melissa Twitter: @mrsmelcorriveau Intro & transition music provided by: Cuban Sandwich, Voice Over Under Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com) Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0
48:02
July 20, 2018
This Week In Vice 83 - May 9 - June 11, 1988
Hi pals, we’ve just wrapped up season 4 of Miami Vice and on the Go With The Heat podcast we’re breaking down all our favorite moments from the season. On This Week in Vice we’ll be taking a look at the summer and fall of 1988 to get ready for the start of season 5. There are 25 weeks between seasons so I’ll be breaking it up into 5 week sections. This week, lets look back to May 9 to June 11, 1988, when Miami Vice was king. Show notes and more: http://gowiththeheat.com Support us on Patreon! https://www.patreon.com/gowiththeheat News: Wrong way drunk driver kills 27 outside Carrollton, Ky. Music: Anything for You by Gloria Estefan & Miami Sound Machine Movie: Willow starring Val Kilmer, Warwick Davis and Joanne Whalley Contact us: gowiththeheat[@]gmail[.]com Intro/Outro and transition music provided by: Happy Alley Kevin MacLeod incompetech.com Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0 License
03:03
July 18, 2018
102 - Mirror Image
Here we are. This is it. Its finally happening. Since episode one we’ve all been focused on getting to a single point in the story arc that is Miami Vice. We all knew Sonny getting amnesia would be the greatest thing to happen in our TV watching lives and its all happening before us. And its glorious. Don’t let season 4 confuse you. Even though we had episodes about cutting off willies and bull semen this episode is amazing. Its been well worth the wait and we all couldn’t be happier. Dominic and John in shock at the brutality of Sonny. Melissa thinks Tubbs might be a better friend than Sonny could ever be. There’s only one thing left to say… THAT’S B-U-R-E-N-E DOUBLE T! Show notes and more: http://gowiththeheat.com Support us on Patreon! https://www.patreon.com/gowiththeheat Feedback: gowiththeheat[@]gmail[.]com Intro & transition music provided by: Cuban Sandwich, Voice Over Under Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com) Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0
01:02:15
July 13, 2018
This Week In Vice 82 - May 2 - 8, 1988
Hi pals, coming up on this weeks episode of Go With The Heat Tubbs tries to rescue his friend and partner from the life of crime after Sonny gets amnesia in the final episode of season 4 titled Mirror Image. On This Week in Vice we’ll be taking a look back when this episode of Miami Vice aired, from May 2 to May 8, 1988, when Miami Vice was king. Show notes and more: http://gowiththeheat.com Support us on Patreon! https://www.pateron.com/gowiththeheat News: Explosion at the PEPCON facility in Henderson, NV. Music: Wishing Well by Terance Trent D'Arby Movie: Colors starring Sean Penn, Robert Duvall & Maria Conchita Alonso Feedback: gowiththeheat[@]gmail[.]com Twitter/Insta @gowiththeheat Intro/Outro and transition music provided by: Happy Alley Kevin MacLeod incompetech.com Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0 License
02:35
July 11, 2018
This Week In Vice 81 - April 18 - May 1, 1988
Hi pals, coming up on this weeks episode of Go With The Heat a tragedy strikes after Frank Hackman returns to haunt Sonny in the episode Deliver Us From Evil. On This Week in Vice we’ll be taking a look back when this episode of Miami Vice aired, from April 18 to May 1, 1988, when Miami Vice was king. Show notes and more: http://gowiththeheat.com Support us on Patreon! https://www.patreon.com/gowiththeheat News: Smoking on domestic US flights under 2 hours banned Music: Where Do Broken Hearts Go by Whitney Houston Movie: Stand and Deliver starring Lou Diamond Philips, Andy Garcia & Edward James Olmos Intro/Outro and transition music provided by: Happy Alley Kevin MacLeod incompetech.com Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0 License The Go With The Heat podcast and associated works are licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 4.0 International License.
02:16
July 4, 2018
This Week In Vice 80 - April 4- 17, 1988
Hi pals, coming up on this weeks episode of Go With The Heat the team reminices as Sonny fights for his life in the clip show episode A Bullet for Crockett. On This Week in Vice we’ll be taking a look back when this episode of Miami Vice aired, from April 4 to April 17, 1988, when Miami Vice was king. http://gowiththeheat.com Support us on Patreon! https://www.patreon.com/gowiththeheat News: Cher wins Best Actress and Sonny Bono is elected Mayor of Palm Springs, CA Music: Get Outta My Dreams, Get Into My Car by Billy Ocean Movie: Beetlejuice starring Alec Baldwin, Geena Davis, Winona Ryder & Michael Keaton Contact Us gowiththeheat[@]gmail[.]com Twitter/Insta @gowiththeheat Intro/Outro and transition music provided by: Happy Alley Kevin MacLeod incompetech.com Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0 License
02:22
June 27, 2018
99 - Blood and Roses
What year is it? Did we transport to 1984? In this episode of Miami Vice we have two cases of Deja Vu. First, this is the final episode for the evil Frank Mosca & he definitely gets what he deserves. Yes, we’re excited we actually get closure to the story. But, this episode is almost a mirror image of “Give a Little, Take a Little” from season 1. Yet, we have a ton of fun with this episode that tackles a very serious topic. Dominic is impressed with the use of a forklift as a torture device. John is seriously concerned for the spaghetti factory now that both Cook and Mosca are gone. Melissa has some strong words for the Vice teams judgy-faces. Plus we all learn about the show we desperately want to revive that includes Frank Stallone, Don Swayze and Joey Travolta. Get the full show at: http://gowiththeheat.com Intro & transition music provided by: Cuban Sandwich, Voice Over Under Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com) Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0
01:04:07
June 22, 2018
This Week In Vice 79 - March 21 - April 3, 1988
Hi pals, coming up on this weeks episode of Go With The Heat Gina works to finally bring Frank Mosca to justice in the episode Blood and Roses. On This Week in Vice we’ll be taking a look back when this episode of Miami Vice aired, from March 21 to April 3, 1988, when Miami Vice was king. Show notes and more: http://gowiththeheat.com Support us on Patreon! https://www.patreon.com/gowiththeheat News: Mike Tyson defeats Tony Tubbs Music: Man in the Mirror by Michael Jackson Movie: Biloxi Blues starring Matthew Broderick and Christopher Walken Contact us: gowiththeheat[@]gmail[.]com Twitter/Insta @gowiththeheat Intro/Outro and transition music provided by: Happy Alley Kevin MacLeod incompetech.com Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0 License
02:22
June 20, 2018
This Week In Vice 78 - March 14 - 20, 1988
Hi pals, coming up on this weeks episode of Go With The Heat Tubbs unravels a ring of dirty cops in the episode Badge of Dishonor. On This Week in Vice we’ll be taking a look back when this episode of Miami Vice aired, from March 14 to March 20, 1988, when Miami Vice was king. News: Iraqi military attacks a Kurdish city with chemical weapons Music: Push It by Salt-N-Pepa Movie: Police Academy: Assignment Miami Beach http://gowiththeheat.com Support us on Patreon! https://www.patreon.com/gowiththeheat Feedback Got some feedback? Contact Us. Email: gowiththeheat[@]gmail[.]com Twitter/Insta: @gowiththeheat Intro/Outro and transition music provided by: Happy Alley Kevin MacLeod incompetech.com Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0 License
02:22
June 13, 2018
This Week In Vice 77 - March 7 - 13, 1988
Hi pals, coming up on this weeks episode of Go With The Heat a convicted rapist is released from jail leaving Trudy on edge in the episode Hell Hath No Fury…. On This Week in Vice we’ll be taking a look back when this episode of Miami Vice aired, from March 7 to March 13, 1988, when Miami Vice was king. http://gowiththeheat.com Support us on Patreon! https://www.patreon.com/gowiththeheat News: Bank of England replaces the 1£ note in favor of a coin ¯\_(ツ)_/¯ Music: Never Gonna Give You up by Rick Astley Movie Masquerade starring Kim Cattrall, Meg Tilly & Rob Lowe Got some feedback? Contact Us. Email: gowiththeheat[@]gmail[.]com Dom Twitter: @domcorriveau John Twitter: @corriveau_john Melissa Twitter: @mrsmelcorriveau Intro/Outro and transition music provided by: Happy Alley Kevin MacLeod incompetech.com Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0 License
02:11
June 6, 2018
This Week In Vice 76 - Feb. 29 - March 6, 1988
Hi pals, coming up on this weeks episode of Go With The Heat the duo have to decide if they should bring down a serial killer or a major drug dealer in the episode Honor Among Theives. On This Week in Vice we’ll be taking a look back when this episode of Miami Vice aired, from Feb. 29 to March 6, 1988, when Miami Vice was king. News 30th. Grammy Awards, U2 wins Album of the Year Music She's Like the Wind by Patrick Swayze & Wendy Fraser Movie Frantic starring Harrison Ford and directed by Roman Polanski http://gowiththeheat.com Support us on Patreon! https://www.patreon.com/gowiththeheat Contact Us! Email: gowiththeheat@gmail.com Twitter/Insta: @gowiththeheat Intro/Outro and transition music provided by: Happy Alley Kevin MacLeod incompetech.com Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0 License
02:16
May 30, 2018
This Week In Vice 75 - Feb. 22 - 28, 1988
Hi pals, coming up on this weeks episode of Go With The Heat Tubbs and Castillo work undercover to bust drug dealers moving in on Native American land in the episode Indian Wars. On This Week in Vice we’ll be taking a look back when this episode of Miami Vice aired, from Feb. 22 to Feb. 28, 1988, when Miami Vice was king. http://gowiththeheat.com Support us on Patreon! https://www.patreon.com/gowiththeheat Contact us: email: gowiththeheat@gmail.com Twitter/Insta: @gowiththeheat News: Supreme Court rules against Jerry Falwell in his case brought against Larry Flynt Music: Father Figure by George Michael Movie: Bloodsport starring Jean-Claude Van Damme Intro/Outro and transition music provided by: Happy Alley Kevin MacLeod incompetech.com Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0 License
02:25
May 16, 2018
This Week In Vice 74 – Feb. 15 – 21, 1988
Hi pals, coming up on this weeks episode of Go With The Heat the Vice investigates a foreign police chief suspected of selling bombs and a double murder in the episode Baseballs of Death . On This Week in Vice we’ll be taking a look back when this episode of Miami Vice aired, from Feb. 15 to Feb. 21, 1988, when Miami Vice was king. http://gowiththeheat.com Support us on Patreon! https://www.patreon.com/gowiththeheat News: Colonel William Higgins was kidnapped while serving as the Chief, Senior Military Observer for the United Nations Truce Organization in Lebanon. Music: Seasons Change by Expose Movie: Shoot to Kill starring Sidney Poitier and Tom Berenger Got some feedback? Contact Us. Email: gowiththeheat[@]gmail[.]com Twitter/Insta @gowiththeheat facebook.com/gowiththeheat Intro/Outro and transition music provided by: Happy Alley Kevin MacLeod incompetech.com Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0 License
02:09
May 9, 2018
This Week In Vice 73 - Feb. 8 - 14, 1988
Hi pals, coming up on this weeks episode of Go With The Heat has the Vice digs deep into the troubling circumstances of a Gubernatorial candidate in the episode Vote of Confidence . On This Week in Vice we’ll be taking a look back when this episode of Miami Vice aired, from Feb. 8 to 14, 1988, when Miami Vice was king. http://gowiththeheat.com Support us on Patreon! https://www.patreon.com/gowiththeheat News: Calgary Olympics begin with two classic underdog stories Music: Could've Been by Tiffany Movie: Action Jackson starring Carl Weathers and Vanity Feedback Got some feedback? Contact Us. Email: gowiththeheat[@]gmail[.]com Twitter/Insta: @gowiththeheat Intro/Outro and transition music provided by: Happy Alley Kevin MacLeod incompetech.com Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0 License
02:22
May 2, 2018
This Week In Vice 72 - Jan. 25 - Feb. 7, 1988
Hi pals, coming up on this weeks episode of Go With The Heat has the Vice team investigating things including Cuban agents, the Feds, Izzy and… Bull semen in the episode The Cows of October. On This Week in Vice we’ll be taking a look back when this episode of Miami Vice aired, Jan. 25 to Feb. 7, 1988, when Miami Vice was king. http://gowiththeheat.com Support us on Patreon! https://patreon.com/gowiththeheat News: Washington Redskins defeat the Denver Broncos in Super Bowl 22 Music: Need You Tonight by INXS Movie: She's Having a Baby directed by John Hughes Got some feedback? Contact Us. Email: gowiththeheat[@]gmail[.]com Twitter/Insta @gowiththeheat Intro/Outro and transition music provided by: Happy Alley Kevin MacLeod incompetech.com Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0 License
02:13
April 25, 2018
This Week In Vice 71 - Jan. 18 - 24, 1988
Hi pals, coming up on this weeks episode of Go With The Heat Caitlin’s comeback puts Sonny on the front page and jeopardizes his undercover persona in the episode Rock and a Hard Place. On This Week in Vice we’ll be taking a look back when this episode of Miami Vice aired, Jan. 18 to Jan. 24, 1988, when Miami Vice was king. News: Arizona Governor Evan Mecham Music: The Way You Make Me Feel by Michael Jackson Movie: Good Morning, Vietnam Got some feedback? Contact Us. Email: gowiththeheat[@]gmail[.]com Twitter/Insta @gowiththeheat Intro/Outro and transition music provided by: Happy Alley Kevin MacLeod incompetech.com Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0 License
02:08
April 18, 2018
This Week In Vice 70 – Dec. 7 – Jan. 17, 1988
Hi pals, coming up on this weeks episode of Go With The Heat Sonny dives deep into the world of personal ads and video dating in the episode Love at First Sight. On This Week in Vice we’ll be taking a look back when this episode of Miami Vice aired, Dec. 7 to Jan. 17, 1988, when Miami Vice was king. http://gowiththeheat.com Support us on Patreon! https://www.patreon.com/gowiththeheat News: MV Dona Paz sinks in the Philippines Sports: Browns lose to the Broncos in the AFC Championship Game with "The Fumble" Music: Faith by George Michael Movie: Eddie Murphy Raw Feedback Got some feedback? Contact Us. Email: gowiththeheat[@]gmail[.]com Twitter/Insta: @gowiththeheat Intro/Outro and transition music provided by: Happy Alley Kevin MacLeod incompetech.com Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0 License
03:15
April 11, 2018
This Week In Vice 69 – Nov. 23 – Dec. 6, 1987
Hi pals, coming up on this weeks episode of Go With The Heat Sonny dives deep into the world of personal ads and video dating in the episode Love at First Sight. On This Week in Vice we’ll be taking a look back when this episode of Miami Vice aired, Dec. 7 to Jan. 17, 1987, when Miami Vice was king. gowiththeheat.com Support us on Patreon! www.patreon.com/gowiththeheat News: David A. Burke crashes Pacific Southwest Airlines Flight 1771 Music: (I've Had)The Time of My Life by Bill Medley and Jennifer Warnes Movie: Three Men and a Baby Got some feedback? Contact Us. Email: gowiththeheat[@]gmail[.]com Twitter/Insta @gowiththeheat Dom Twitter: @domcorriveau John Twitter: @corriveau_john Melissa Twitter: @mrsmelcorriveau Intro/Outro and transition music provided by: Happy Alley Kevin MacLeod incompetech.com Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0 License
02:28
April 4, 2018
This Week In Vice 68 – Nov. 16 – 22, 1987
Hi pals, coming up on this weeks episode of Go With The Heat Crockett falls in love, again, with a person he’s tasked with protecting in the episode Like a Hurricane. On This Week in Vice we’ll be taking a look back when this episode of Miami Vice aired, from Nov. 16 to Nov. 22, 1987, when Miami Vice was king. gowiththeheat.com Support us on Patreon! www.patreon.com/gowiththeheat News: 2 TV channels are taken over my a man in a Max Headroom mask Music: Mony Mony by Billy Idol Movie: The Running Man Got some feedback? Contact Us. Email: gowiththeheat[@]gmail[.]com Twitter/Instagram: @gowiththeheat Dom Twitter: @domcorriveau John Twitter: @corriveau_john Melissa Twitter: @mrsmelcorriveau Intro/Outro and transition music provided by: Happy Alley Kevin MacLeod incompetech.com Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0 License
02:17
March 22, 2018
This Week In Vice 67 - Nov. 9 - 15, 1987
Hi pals, coming up on this weeks episode of Go With The Heat Trudy investigates a possible UFO connection when a body disappears from the morgue in the episode Missing Hours. On This Week in Vice we’ll be taking a look back when this episode of Miami Vice aired, from Nov. 9 to Nov. 15, 1987, when Miami Vice was king. gowiththeheat.com Support us on Patreon! www.patreon.com/gowiththeheat News: Continental Airlines Flight 1713 crashes leaving Denver International Airport en route to Boise, Idaho during a snow storm. Music: Little Lies by Fleetwood Mac Movie: The Last Emperor Feedback Got some feedback? Contact Us. Email: gowiththeheat[@]gmail[.]com Twitter: @gowiththeheat Insta: gowiththeheat Dom Twitter: @domcorriveau John Twitter: @corriveau_john Melissa Twitter: @mrsmelcorriveau Intro/Outro and transition music provided by: Happy Alley Kevin MacLeod incompetech.com Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0 License
02:16
March 14, 2018
This Week In Vice 66 – Nov. 2 – 8, 1987
Hi pals, coming up on this weeks episode of Go With The Heat a drug lords son returns to Miami much to the surprise of the underworld and Vice in the episode God’s Work. On This Week in Vice we’ll be taking a look back when this episode of Miami Vice aired, from Nov. 2 to Nov. 8, 1987, when Miami Vice was king. gowiththeheat.com Support us on Patreon! www.patreon.com/gowiththeheat News: Remembrance Day Bombing Music: I Think We're Alone Now by Tiffany Movie: Less Than Zero starring Andrew McCarthy, Jami Gertz, Robert Downey Jr. and James Spader Feedback Got some feedback? Contact Us. Email: gowiththeheat[@]gmail[.]com Twitter: @gowiththeheat Dom Twitter: @domcorriveau John Twitter: @corriveau_john Melissa Twitter: @mrsmelcorriveau Intro/Outro and transition music provided by: Happy Alley Kevin MacLeod incompetech.com Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0 License
02:35
March 7, 2018
This Week In Vice 65 – Oct. 26 – Nov. 1, 1987
Hi pals, coming up on this weeks episode of Go With The Heat after a tragic accident Sonny reconnects with his son in the episode Child’s Play. On This Week in Vice we’ll be taking a look back when this episode of Miami Vice aired, from Oct. 26 to Nov. 1, 1987, when Miami Vice was king. gowiththeheat.com Support us on Patreon! www.patreon.com/gowiththeheat News: TurboGrafX-16 game console released Music: Bad by Michael Jackson Movie: Fatal Beauty starring Whoopi Goldberg & Sam Elliott Feedback Got some feedback? Contact Us. Email: gowiththeheat[@]gmail[.]com Dom Twitter: @domcorriveau John Twitter: @corriveau_john Melissa Twitter: @mrsmelcorriveau Intro/Outro and transition music provided by: Happy Alley Kevin MacLeod incompetech.com Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0 License
02:30
February 28, 2018
This Week In Vice 44
This Week In Vice 44 – Nov. 24 – Dec. 7, 1986
02:17
August 31, 2017