Gangster 'Mr. G', a perfect Mark Sloane lookalike, is released from jail; his gang has moved business to California, and rented a Malibu beach-house. His daughter, who took care of the 'firm' for years, is furious to be shoved aside again from the new project, the 'Gangland' casino for which she got the governor to sign a private bill granting the state's first-ever license by bribing politicians, but can't go trough with having him killed by a sniper, and decides on kidnapping her old man- but gets Mark instead, while the real Mr. G is mistaken for Mark even by Jesse, who needs him to testify a customer who made a bad fall in BBQ Bob's was simply drunk... Steve investigates the murder by sniper of Chester Chumley, the old man about to retire and close Ponyland, an old-fashioned children's ride, who was prepared to donate the Malibu land to Community General for a supervised patients care 'wellness center'; Chester's nephew and heir Lucas is more likely to sell the valuable beach ... Written by
Did You Know?
It is revealed that Amanda was a foster-child. Victoria Rowell
, who played Amanda, was a foster-child in real life. See more
When the character Gangster 'Mr. G' chats to Trish, he strokes her chin with his right hand. The camera changes angles and you see him stroke her chin with his left hand. The camera angle switches again, as does the hands. See more