Discussion in 'Misc. Vegas Chat' started by greekjim, May 8, 2020.
So there aren’t casinos that do a wet t shirt contest like in the episode I saw today?
Man, for a show that's all about Fun, the season 1 finale always makes me cry!
Another Godfather reference in the show. Ed says "Keep your friends close and your enemies closer."
I noticed another Breaking Bad actor in season 3 ep 14 today..Looked it up and the chairman of the gaming commission who meets Ed for lunch(and later at the hearing) was portrayed by Cristopher Cousins who later portrayed Ted Beneke in BB as Skyler's boss who was cooking the books..
Yes I have some time on my hands..
Sam seems really cold in season 3
Don’t get her a sweater!
Yeah that was horrible to look at..........
Printed out the shows per season.
Finished season 1.
About 6 shows into Season 2.
There are 2 shows that didn't record properly.
Hoping they are doing this again next week so I can record the missing shows.
Seriously. If I see one more commercial for Total Bellas or that Botched show, I'm going to throw something at the TV. Plus side is my DVR has every episode recorded now.
I have had a few that were recorded in the wrong order with the wrong description. But that may have just been my DRV.
So, what the hell? Did Delinda have a miscarriage or what? And what happened to Ed, Jillian and Mary? They need to bring this show back and finish it. All these actors are basically jobless right now and I bet, at 80 something, Caan can still act.
Hopefully Danny isn’t busy making another terrible transformers movie
Happened to me too. A few episodes were split into 30 minute segments as well. Luckily I caught that.
Yep, his career went no where after this show. It was a part made for him and I loved the early episodes where he was the narrator. They should have continued that, but maybe Caan got jealous. Thinking he made plenty of money and married someone who made 10 times that money (Fergie), so he didn't care. I think he did a pretty damn good job in the role of Danny McCoy, and, for that matter, Caan did some of his best, although quite subtle, work on this show. And the other actors were complimentary. Do I sound like an unapologetic fan? That's because I am. It was a show that was fun without any serious messages or the constant hospital/cop/firefighter drama that dominates the current airwaves.
In addition to this show being like crack to me right now, I'm finding the overhead shots of what the strip looked like back then to be endlessly fascinating. You can see the Wynn under construction in the early seasons.
This may have already been covered here, but I DVR'd a bunch of episodes and enjoyed the one yesterday where Danny managed to get wrangled into leading a stripper strike in Vegas!
Got all episodes now in my DVR and due to severe boredom watched the first two episodes this past weekend. If I make it through all episodes then all credit goes to Mary's ta-tas.
To be honest, his career high was being interviewed by the legendary Gordon Keith.
E Online posted this a few days ago... Dealer's Choice: Check Out the Cast of Las Vegas Then and Now
It's been close to 17 yrs since the series first aired, so it's interesting seeing what the cast looks like today.
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