Las Vegas (2003–2008)
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The Montecito is hosting the World Poker Championship and Mike tries to help a player in trouble. Ed and Danny are busy with the disappearance of magician's wife Vera and a major security issue at the swizzle stick collectors convention.

Director:

Guy Norman Bee

Writers:

Gary Scott Thompson (creator), Vanessa Reisen

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Cast

Episode cast overview, first billed only:
James Caan ... Ed Deline
Josh Duhamel ... Danny McCoy
Nikki Cox ... Mary Connell
James Lesure ... Mike Cannon
Vanessa Marcil ... Sam Marquez
Molly Sims ... Delinda Deline
Marsha Thomason ... Nessa Holt
Elon Gold ... Ben Pearce
Sherman Howard ... Vanko
Patrick Kilpatrick ... Louis Ambrose
Kevin McDonald ... Monty McClure (as Kevin Hamilton McDonald)
Nana Visitor ... Vera
Lorna Scott ... Loretta Harris
Olga Vilner ... Olga
Matt Funke Matt Funke ... Billy
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Storyline

Just when the Montecito is hosting the World Poker Championship there goes something wrong at Vanko and Vera's magic show. Vanko makes Vera really really disappear and nobody can find her, much to the dismay of the audience. Ed and Danny try to find out what happened, while Danny also needs to handle a request from Monty McClure, president of the Society for American Swizzle Stick Collectors. They have a convention at the casino and Monty is worried about his Ronald Reagan swizzle stick, worth about 80 dollars on eBay, getting stolen. Meanwhile Mike meets an old friend from MIT. Ben Pearce participates in the poker tournament after he qualified on line, but is out soon. After a strange meeting in the Mystique restaurant, Mike sees Ben getting thrown out of a car. Written by Arnoud Tiele (imdb@tiele.nl)

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Crime | Drama

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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

15 December 2003 (USA) See more »

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Trivia

Actor Josh Duhamel ruptured his Achilles tendon playing basketball, so the show wrote in him getting shot in the leg to explain his being on crutches. See more »

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References The Scarlet Letter (1995) See more »

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