Despite a strong and memorable opening sequence, accompanied by Frankie Goes To Hollywood's dance floor classic "Relax", this episode is one of the least impressive of the first season.
A character driven piece, "Little Prince" falls somewhat flat. This may be due to the fact that the title character is not very likable. I wasn't really concerned about the fate of the young polo playing drug addict, Mark Jorgenson Jr., whose father was extremely wealthy. As a result, there was little dramatic tension in this episode.
Not bad by any means but definitely poor in comparison with an average early "Miami Vice" episode.
7 out of 10.
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