Welcome to the Montecito Resort & Casino in Las Vegas, where you can do anything you want... but Ed Deline and his crack surveillance team will be watching. Just remember, what happens in Vegas, stays in Vegas...
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 Danny McCoy (106 episodes, 2003-2008)
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 Mike Cannon (106 episodes, 2003-2008)
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 Sam Marquez (106 episodes, 2003-2008)
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 Delinda Deline (106 episodes, 2003-2008)
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 Ed Deline (88 episodes, 2003-2007)
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 Mary Connell (88 episodes, 2003-2007)
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 Mitch Sassen (63 episodes, 2003-2008)
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 Nessa Holt (47 episodes, 2003-2005)

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Montecito Casino and Hotel, Las Vegas, Nevada. Ed Deline (Caan) and Danny McCoy (Duhamel) work on the surveillance team of the casino. Since we are talking about Las Vegas, there is a lot of work to be done: looking for cheaters, hosting and protecting the famous and the "whales", and taking personal care of those who win too much. Written by rsilberman2 (aka rsilberman)

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Fast. Furious. Fun.

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Crime | Drama

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22 September 2003 (USA)  »

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Casino Eye  »

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The location of the fictional Montecito has changed from season to season. Some of the first episodes were taped at the Monte Carlo Resort and Casino, which is located at the intersection of Tropicana and the Vegas Strip (next to New York, New York, and across from the MGM Grand). (They closed down the strip on at least one occasion at that block to film a car scene.) Because of its similarity to Mandalay Bay, many of the show's visuals place the Montecito at the southern end of The Strip, albeit usually across the street from Mandalay Bay on the airport side of Las Vegas Boulevard. The exact location and rotation of the building, seems to vary a lot within this area, indeed, the CGI zoom shots of the building exterior in the season two episode, "Montecito Lancers", shows the building in three slightly differing locations for three different shots. Many of Mandalay Bay's interiors and exteriors (including its wave pool) have been used as Montecito exteriors, although the actual set of Montecito is located at Culver Studios, in Culver City, California, so the interiors are a replica of the Mandalay Bay. These studios are where Gone with the Wind (1939) was filmed. During the first season of the show, many of the Montecito's suites overlooked various parts of the middle part of the Strip, placing the hotel near where the Venetian, the Flamingo, or the Mirage are currently, before the more consistent location at the southern end of the Strip was finalized. In season three, Ed Deline's office appears to be in the middle of the strip, overlooking Harrah's, Caesar's Palace, the Mirage, and the Venetian, which puts the Montecito near where Treasure Island is located. This is inconsistent with the flyover shots of the Montecito, which would place Ed's office over two miles away. Closer examination of the window scene, shows that the Mirage's marquee over their driveway has been edited to read "Montecito". In season four, episode two (at around thirty-four minutes) there is a scene in Ed Deline's office, where again we can see an overview of The Mirage and Caesar's Palace. Again, it's a confirmation that Ed Deline's office would be where Treasure Island is located. According to an episode that originally aired in December 2005, the Montecito is located about 1.5 miles from the Wynn Las Vegas. It's possible that this distance is in a straight line, as opposed to actual driving distance. This distance is inconsistent with long shots, that place the Montecito near the airport and Mandalay Bay, but is in line with season three's visual references noted above. Other episodes show aerial shots of the Montecito, that make it appear to be situated at the corner of Giles Street and Reno Avenue, about half a mile from the Mandalay Bay. See more »

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The Montecito is located across the street from the Luxor in the vacant area off the Vegas strip, yet all views from the rooms or ED's office are from the Mirage on the other end of the strip. See more »

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[Delinda has been conned into buying counterfeit casino chips]
Danny: Don't be so gullible next time.
Delinda: Look who's talking. You thought that sleeping together meant I loved you.
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Referenced in Heroes: Chapter Four 'Collision' (2006) See more »

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A Little Less Conversation (JXL Remix)
(Opening Credits Theme)
Written by Mac Davis & Billy Strange
Performed by Elvis Presley
Courtesy of Sony/BMG Strategic Marketing Group/The RCA Records Label
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Great show! Fun and fast paced
28 June 2004 | by (Brisbane Australia) – See all my reviews

The actors have all been very well chosen for their roles and it's pretty obvious the age range the producers are predominantly appealing to. But as an approaching 50, I still think it's excellent entertainment. The fast finger snapping pace that all the shows are coming out with these days keeps the tension and the viewer gets so caught up in the pace that any gaffs or gaps in the plot are easily ignored.

If I had any criticism at all, it would be that Nikki Cox is a little too well endowed to trust all that cleavage to the benevolence of gravity.

I hope the show runs for a long time to come.


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