Las Vegas: Season 1, Episode 15

Die Fast, Die Furious (9 Feb. 2004)

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After the famous actor Jean-Claude Van Damme dies when he is filming a dangerous stunt in the Montecito, the security team has doubts about it being an accident.



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Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Jonathan Tam
Guy Ecker ...
Tim Valentine
Junior Gomez
Dr. Falvey
Gabrielle Tuite ...
Natalie Valentine


The Montecito is the filming location of the new Jean-Claude Van Damme vehicle: Die Fast, Die Furious. While Delinda seems to have fallen in love with Van Damme, Danny meets an old buddy from the marines. Luis is the stuntman and he's preparing a dangerous stunt: a motorbike will drive of the roof. Luis tells he hates the famous actor. Then Van Damme insists on doing the stunt himself. When he drives down, the security cord breaks and Van Damme falls 50 floors down. The film makers want it to be an accident and continue filming, but Ed, Danny and Mike aren't convinced and think the motor was tampered with. Meanwhile Sam is at war with Jonathan Tam, the host of the Green Valley casino. They try everything to get each others customers. Written by Arnoud Tiele (

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Danny McCoy comments that the sequel to Timecop (1994) was inferior to the first one. 'Gary Scott Thompson (I)' - creator and executive producer of Las Vegas (2003) - wrote Timecop: The Berlin Decision (2003). See more »

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The following disclaimer is given at the end of the episode: "No Jean-Claude Van Dammes were actually injured or killed during the filming of this episode." See more »


References Timecop: The Berlin Decision (2003) See more »

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