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Vegas - Season 2

2 Ratings: 4.5
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One of television's slickest and most entertaining shows, LAS VEGAS looks at the inner workings of one of the biggest casinos in the city of sin. Filmed on a nearly complete replica of the real-life Mandalay Bay, one of the largest sets ever built … see full wiki

Release Date: 2004-2005
MPAA Rating: Unrated
1 review about Vegas - Season 2

Las Vegas, Season 2

  • Jan 20, 2009
Pros: cast continuity, lots of action

Cons: none

The Bottom Line:
“You see the old way wasn't working so it's on us to do
what we gotta do, to survive”

Welcome back big spender, I knew you couldn’t stay away from the Montecito for long. Season 2 is going to be a fast-paced, hard-hitting good time.

Season 2 episodes include:
Have you seen the rain
The Count of Montecito
Blood is thicker
Catch of the day
Good run of bad luck
Games people play
Montecito Lancers
Two of a kind
Degas away with it
Silver star
My beautiful launderette
When you got to go you got to go
Sperm whales and spearmint rhinos
The lie is cast
A whale of a time
Can you see what I see?
Tainted love
To protect and serve manicotti
One nation under surveillance
Hit me!
Hide and sneak
Letters, lawyers, and loose women
Magic carpet Fred

Season 2 highlights:
Danny returns safely from his stint in the war, but he is a changed man. He resumes his relationship with Mary but she, as well as the rest of the staff, see the changes in him and beg him to seek counseling. Delinda loses her last nerve when Sam hires out Mystique for a private party for rich morticians, and rightly so. A ring of card counters, much like shown in the movie 21, invade the casino, making the security team hustle.

They open their new topless swimming pool and poor Mary is assigned duties of orientation, when she can chase away the over zealous security hounds. The Montecito girls [Sam, Nessa, Mary, & Delinda] purchase a home and then begin the horrendous search for the perfect tenant. When a $1 million dollar wedding is scheduled, it seems everything is going fine until the truckload of lobsters is stolen and Sam goes on the hunt for replacements. Mary has scheduled entertainment for the wedding but he is interested in doing everything but sing, much to her dismay.

The wife of an ex-Marine buddy of Danny’s shows up with her baby, asking Danny to watch it while she goes on a job interview, then doesn’t return. Danny, in the meantime, learns what a chick magnet a little baby can be. Sam hosts the extreme whale that wants to spend all of his fortune so his wife can’t get it in the divorce settlement while the three others girls go for a treasure hunt in the desert and have to be rescued when they become stranded. Nessa gets news her father may still be alive, a strange video gaming convention overtakes the hotel, and it is time for the Casino Youth League Championship in football.

The owner of the Montecito makes an unusual appearance with every stranger news; plans are in the making to sell the casino/hotel and the staff is worried about the proposed changes. The team from Crossing Jordan joins forces with the security staff to solve a murder, Ed crosses paths with his former partner from the CIA, and the boys find themselves in the middle of a lovers spat when they go to the house owned by the girls.

Sam learns one of her whales is laundering money through the casino and gets embroiled with a drug cartel. Ed is kidnapped and held hostage, Danny is accused of sexual harassment of a guest, Ed pulls a role reversal and has everyone change jobs for a week. Sam is all ga-ga about landed the whale of all whales, a billionaire, only to discover it is her estranged husband. Ed must call upon a shady character to stop an extortion attempt,
Mary deals with a secret admirer, and things start to heat up as the bids start flying to purchase the casino/hotel with rumors of big changes to come.

Season two guest stars:
Jon Bon Jovi
Dean Cain
Jon Lovitz
Dave Foley
Don Knotts
Sylvester Stallone
Joe Rogan
Duran Duran
Michael Lowry
The Polyphonic Spree
Tim Delaughter
Alec Baldwin
James McDaniel
George Hamilton
Clint Black
Michael Bublé
Geoff Stults
Jill Hennessy
Jerry O’Connell
Snoop Dogg
Paul Anka
Cris Angel

As you can see, things haven’t calmed down a bit in Vegas. They only heat up.


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