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Everything Old Is You Again 

Remarks about Las Vegas's past evoke a dream in which Danny, Mike and the girls arrive in 1962 at the Jubilee, the later Montecito, with new boss Ed, a mobster. They not only take over but ... See full summary »

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Remarks about Las Vegas's past evoke a dream in which Danny, Mike and the girls arrive in 1962 at the Jubilee, the later Montecito, with new boss Ed, a mobster. They not only take over but invent the modern all-in-one-site entertainment formula, combining casino elements gambling, hotel, restaurants and shops, in the process inventing their present jobs. That takes quite some convincing and arm-twisting, in the spirit of those days still using methods they now wouldn't even consider. Written by KGF Vissers

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7 November 2005 (USA)  »

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Except for the first and the last minutes, the whole episode, including the opening title credits, is set in the 60's. See more »

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The front doors of the Jubilee have panic bars on them, something not seen in the 1960's. See more »

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Danny: So, you'll be a Casino Hostess?
Samantha Jane "Sam" Marquez: Yeah, OK.
Danny: That's good.
Samantha Jane "Sam" Marquez: Thanks.
Danny: Good idea.
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The Best Is Yet To Come
Written by Cy Coleman & Carolyn Leigh
Performed by Frank Sinatra
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One of My Favorite Episodes of the Series
30 March 2010 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

I'm going to have to disagree with the other reviewer and say this is one of my favorite episodes of the series. It's a stand-alone, but sometimes it's fun to just do a one-off episode. Danny finds a historic artifact from the Jubilee Hotel which used to stand where the Montecito is today. He fantasizes that he and the gang are taking over a casino in 1962, complete with a stellar mid-century production design that's the equal of any "Mad Men" visuals. We also get a nifty plot that imagines what these characters' lot in life may have been had they actually lived in that era. There's still the silly fun, such as when a revenue-generating scheme results in an idea for doing boob jobs at the hotel. But the episode doesn't ignore the racial divides of the time, either, as Mike suffers a discriminatory episode that Ed deals with in typical Ed fashion. Vanessa Marcil (Sam) as a '60s call girl is particularly hot.


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