Las Vegas: Season 1, Episode 12

Hellraisers & Heartbreakers (12 Jan. 2004)

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A new security system is being installed in the Montecito and it isn't long before some problems are surfacing.



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Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Himself (as Brooks & Dunn)
Himself (as Brooks & Dunn)
Craig Gass ...
Richie Phillips
Catalina Martone ...
Karla Marin (as Catalina Larranaga)
Dan Desmond ...
Charlie Parsons


Jack Keller, an old friend of Big Ed, is trying to convince the Montecito to start using a new security system. The VCR's recording everything that happens on the casino floor will be replaced by hard disks. Ed isn't easily convinced, until it becomes clear that casino owner Brunson wants the new system. But after the system is installed, a problem occurs. The camera footage seems to be five minutes late. Mary has hired a new comedian. He's better known as the Portland Dangler, for dangling a certain male human body part. Mary makes it absolutely clear he can't use this 'technique' for his Montecito shows. Meanwhile Danny and Sam seem to have feelings for each other. Written by Arnoud Tiele (

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Sweet ending
28 May 2006 | by (Seattle, WA) – See all my reviews

Yes, I'm a Las Vegas fan, and this episode is one of the best so far. It was just so delicious to watch the ending with a Brooks & Dunn song playing in the background, it touches my heart. The main plot itself was kinda predictable, the subplot makes this worth watching.

Alec Baldwin did a great job playing Ed's old friend from the firm. Marsha Thomason, as usual, is the weak spot among the cast. Vanessa Marcil is just a delight to watch, she's so smokin' hot. Even Molly Sims is a better actor than Marsha. James Lesure, as usual, is fun to watch in this series. James Caan, is okay. He has a pretty good chemistry with Alec though, makes the friendship and history between them believable.

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