DEA is a well produced show that depicts the real-life situations of being a DEA agent. While the show displays many drug dealers and the various narcotics that they sell, the overwhelming message is that illegal activity doesn't pay and you will eventually get caught. What I have a problem with though is how the descriptions says that "parents should talk to their children about why dealers are poor." Not all dealers are poor or from the projects. Take good long look into nice middle and upperclass suburban neighborhoods and peel back the white picket fence exterior and you can easily find drug dealers who are doing quite well financialy and want to make some extra dough from selling drugs.