You know you're home watching Banachek, St. Elsewhere, all the new shows. You don't have time to catch up, you have a life. That's where I come in, I'll watch the programs from episodic television sets that you're too "on the go" to watch. And rest assured, my reviews are solid gold!
After it was found out that Sean wasn't as munificent as he seemed, (you know Sonny knew) they had to go hunt him down like a common thief. The very idea. Here's a clip from the show's final scene. After I fill another hankie, let's discuss it, you, me and my cat!
Did you see it? Ooh wee, that was a barn burner, well more like a plane destroyer. I've got to say Sean was dressed extremely well for a stone-cold killer. Did you see Liam Neeson with that missile? A damn missile? I'm glad that he didn't get to pop that missile off, Lakeside was on that plane. Gina had no choice but to try to kill him. Of course they let the Miami Dade Executioner Sonny Crockett do the honors. What was his death toll during that series, 5,085?
Vice Chat: Although I'm an emphatic Season 1 and Season 2 guy, I love the production values on this last scene. "When Irish Eyes Are Crying" is also the episode where Sonny got his Daytona blown up by a stringer missile. Look at it all in pieces, oh no! I was never the same after that.
Part 2: I wish I was kidding.