Las Vegas (TV series)

Las Vegas (TV series)
Las Vegas
Vegas Title Card.jpg
Genre Comedy-drama
Created by Gary Scott Thompson
Starring James Caan
Josh Duhamel
Nikki Cox
James Lesure
Vanessa Marcil
Molly Sims
Marsha Thomason
Tom Selleck
Opening theme "A Little Less Conversation" by Elvis Presley
Country of origin United States
Language(s) English
No. of seasons 5
No. of episodes 106 (List of episodes)
Executive producer(s) Gary Scott Thompson
Matt Pyken
Kim Newton
Justin Falvey
Darryl Frank
Scott Steindorff
Producer(s) Universal Media Studios
DreamWorks Television
Location(s) Las Vegas, Nevada
Montecito Resort & Casino (fictional)
Running time 44 minutes
Original channel NBC
Picture format 480i (SDTV)
1080i (HDTV)
Original run September 22, 2003 (2003-09-22) – February 15, 2008 (2008-02-15)

Las Vegas was an American television series broadcast by NBC from September 22, 2003 to February 15, 2008. The show focuses on a team of people working at the ficticional Montecito Resort & Casino dealing with issues that arise within the working environment, ranging from valet parking and restaurant management to casino security. The series originally aired on Monday nights, though NBC later moved the series to Friday nights first to 9 PM Eastern/8 PM Central and then to 10 PM Eastern/9 PM Central. The show is currently in syndication and airs in the United States (on TNT).

The series originally centered around Ed Deline (James Caan), a strict ex-CIA officer who went from being Head of Security to becoming President of Operations of the Montecito, whose job is to run the day-to-day operations of the casino. Following his departure from the series in Season 5, former Marine Danny McCoy (Josh Duhamel), Ed's former protégé, became the Montecito's new President of Operations.

The series abruptly ended with a cliffhanger because NBC canceled Las Vegas in the off season following season five.

TNT has been airing reruns of the series since the fall of 2007.


Cast and characters

Main cast and characters

  • Danny McCoy, (Seasons 1–5), (Josh Duhamel), initially Ed Deline's apprentice, surrogate son, and good friend who was later promoted to Head of Security. The series' pilot episode was told largely through his perspective and also featured Danny doing voice-over narration, but this convention was quickly dropped, although he remained the show's main character throughout its five-year run. After the resignation of Ed in Season 3, Danny was made President of Operations of the Montecito Resort & Casino for a brief period. However, following Ed's return, Danny was officially made Head of Security in Season 3. He was born and raised in Las Vegas. Towards the end of Season 2, his father Larry McCoy (John Terry) died in an accident and Danny inherited his father's construction company, McCoy Construction, and house. Danny sold his father's house and used the money to pay for a condo. Establishing shots suggest his condo is in the Turnberry Towers. Danny is a former U.S. Marine, with guerrilla training and counter intelligence training. He was recalled into military service in Iraq at the end of Season 1. In season 2, he was awarded the Silver Star after he called in an air-strike over his unit and himself when they were ambushed and overrun. Only he survived the air strike. He was involved in an on-and-off relationship with his Ed Deline's daughter, Delinda, in Season 1. Danny and Mary have know each other since childhood, and have had a confusing on-and-off relationship. Danny proposed to Mary, but Mary called off the engagement because she felt that Danny had a lot of things to sort out for him self. He is currently living with his girlfriend, Delinda, who is pregnant with their first child.
  • Ed Deline (Seasons 1–4, starring, Season 5 guest star), (James Caan), Former President of Operations of the Montecito Resort & Casino, and also a former member of the Board of Directors. He started as head of security and surveillance, but was promoted to president of operations at the end of the eighth episode, when Gavin Brunson (James McDaniel) took over the Montecito. He's portrayed as a loving husband and father, as well as a father figure to his employees, especially Danny. Nevertheless, he is a tough man and doesn't hesitate to use violence to get what he wants. As the former Director of Counter Intelligence for the CIA, his past has come back to haunt him on several occasions, most recently during his daughter's wedding in "Father of the Bride Redux." During Season 3, Ed was briefly in retirement until the Maloofs tried to hire him for their potential casino in Macau. Eventually Ed returned to his position when Casey Manning bought the casino. Ed left the casino since being wanted by the Las Vegas police for killing Mary Connell's father and has since gone into hiding. Ed went back to work for the CIA and is currently in Paris, France. He makes the point of not being called Mr. Ed, Edward or Eddie (the only exceptions to this are for his mother, who calls him Edward, and his wife, who calls him Eddie). James Caan's earlier "tough guy" roles are sometimes referenced, for example when Ed is in a Montecito commercial, the director says he needs to be more like Sonny Corleone in The Godfather. However, in response, Ed says he "never saw" the movie, and indicates no interest in doing so.
  • Mike Cannon, (Seasons 1–5), (James Lesure), an engineer, with both undergraduate and graduate degrees from MIT in Mechanical Engineering, who worked as head valet for the first season, but was officially recruited by Ed Deline to the security department to help during Danny's military absence. He stayed on as security personnel despite being paid less than his job as a valet and cured his claustrophobia at the end of Season 1. Originally in the pilot episode, Mike had a wife and daughter; this plot line was seemingly abandoned. Mike and Nessa became close in Season 2, until Nessa left to be with her dad and sister without saying goodbye. In Season 5, when Danny accepts the job as the President of Operations for the Casino, Mike is promoted to Head of Security and Surveillance. Mike and Piper were married in the series cliffhanger. Whenever approaching a beautiful girl, he first uses breath spray. He is Danny's best friend.
  • Samantha Jane "Sam" Marquez, (Seasons 1–5), (Vanessa Marcil), the self-proclaimed best Casino Host in the world, lives in a Montecito suite. She is portrayed as a ruthless business person whose sole interest is to get high rollers to play at the Montecito. However, in the Season 4 episode, "The Burning Bedouin", she reveals that she is only "cold and jaded because everyone expects it of her", and "underneath it all, she is weak and pathetic like everyone else." She was married to billionaire Casey Manning, whom she was estranged from for seven years prior to a divorce. She was also involved in an on-and-off relationship with Det. Woody Hoyt from Crossing Jordan, which ended officially based on the events from Season 4 episode, "History of Violins." From "The Burning Bedouin." it is seen that she is currently in love with and waiting for Jeremy, who went into a 20-year coma after falling off a stool at a slot machine, the man who first brought her to Las Vegas from Austin, Texas. Following the death of her ex-husband Casey in a freak fishing accident (later revealed he was poisoned), is left control of the casino. She is the latest former owner of the Montecito Resort & Casino after failing to pay the back taxes owed on the property. Her ownership of the Montecito lasted for a week, when A.J. Cooper bought the Montecito by paying off the back taxes. A.J. fired Sam when she was rude to the son of his ranch manager. After Delinda intervened, Sam and Cooper worked things out over a milk shake, bowling, beers, and cigars. Cooper agreed to rehire Sam. Sam is originally from Texas and enjoys playing bingo. In the Season 5 finale, Casey Manning's younger brother Vic Manning visits the Montecito to take over the ownership of the casino. At the end of the show, it is announced that Sam and Vic plan to get married. When asked why Sam wants to marry Vic, even though she always stated she didn't have feelings for him even though he loved her, she says it is because Vic understands her and won't try to change her, plus he reminds her of Casey.
  • Delinda Deline, (Seasons 1–5), (Molly Sims), Ed and Jillian's daughter and the entertainment manager/manager of all the food and beverage outlets in the Montecito: the Mystique Club, the former Wolfgang Puck's restaurant, Opus Bar, and the Bella Petto Pool Bar. Delinda is also shown to have a genius level IQ, and once majored in Psychology, but decided that the human race's biggest problem is that they are boring. Delinda has also been shown to be fluent in French, in the season 4 episode, "The Burning Beduoin." Delinda leaves the Montecito in the beginning of Season 3, until Monica forces Ed to hire her back. She is Danny's girlfriend after a long and complicated romantic history with him. They were "involved" briefly for the first episodes of Season 1 before calling it off. During Season 3, an old college flame returns and asks Delinda to marry him. She accepts, but before the ceremony, Ed is shot. In the fray of Ed's medical crisis, Delinda calls off her wedding to Derek. At the end of the Season 5 finale, Delinda becomes overwhelmed with pain after just learning that A.J. Cooper is alive, after he was supposedly killed in a plane crash. Jillian is with her, and she begins bleeding.
  • Mary Connell (Seasons 1–4), (Nikki Cox), the Special Events Director at the casino. Originally she was supposed to play the casino's personal hooker, but at the last minute during the pilot filming, Gary Scott Thompson changed it to Special Events Director. A Las Vegas native, her father sexually abused her when she was a child, and Danny always came to her rescue. In Season 3, Mary was rehired and promoted to Hotel Manager. In Season 4 she helps her stepmother and half-sisters testify against her father – a case which was lost because of his connections. In the episode "Bare Chested in the Park", she was shown purchasing a revolver to shoot her father in the Season 4 finale. She was involved in a relationship with Danny, who proposed to her in Season 2 – a proposal which she accepted, then later called off. Mary is currently hiding from the law for her part in the murder of her father, but is apparently safe, as she sends Danny a photo with a house and white picket fence (her dream house).
  • Nessa Holt, (Seasons 1–2), (Marsha Thomason), "The Ice Queen." Former head pit boss of the Montecito. Described as 'the best pit boss in Las Vegas'. She was born in Manchester, England, and has a shady past due to her father's connections with Ed Deline. She was raised by Ed and Jillian for some years, and referred to as a sister to Delinda. At the opening of Season 3, it was explained that Nessa had left Las Vegas and been given a new identity to be able to live with her father and long-lost sister. Nessa failed to say goodbye to Mike, as they were getting closer to a relationship. Her father was a well-known gambler, cheater and con artist. He was forcefully recruited and faked his death.
  • A.J. Cooper, (Season 5), (Tom Selleck), the new owner of the Montecito as of 2007. He is a former Marine and cattle rancher from Wyoming who stirs things up at the casino. It is said his net worth is about $2 billion. On his first day, he allowed an oncologist to avoid jail for cheating by making him lose his winnings back and promising not to return to Las Vegas again. In "Run Cooper Run", it is revealed that Cooper was a Black Ops Marine in the Vietnam War and awarded the Bronze Star for his work. In "Sex, Lies and Lamaze", Cooper admits that he was best friends with Piper's father, a fellow Marine. Before Piper's father died, Cooper promised he would watch over Piper. Cooper also owns condominiums in Florida, the largest paper mill in Wisconsin, the largest cattle ranch in Wyoming, and a high-tech company in California. In the Season 5 finale, Cooper tells the Montecito workers he must go to New York and take care of some lawsuits filed against him by Vic Manning. Later, Mitch alerts Danny that the Montecito's jet has crashed in Colorado. The news reports say only one of the pilots survived. In lieu of the planned triple wedding, Danny and Mike set up a memorial service for Cooper's presumed death. At the last moments of the show, he arrives at the service and appears to be fine.

Recurring cast and characters

  • Piper Nielsen, (Season 5), (Camille Guaty), the newest concierge of the Montecito introduced in Season 5. She frequently socializes with both Sam and Delinda. In the episode "The Glass is Always Cleaner", she was arrested at a rave party with Sam and had to be bailed out by Mike. In her first episode, she states she is just 22 years old, but later slips and says she is 25. She was fired for letting a minor gamble, but Cooper paid a $1,000,000 fine to hire her back. Piper never knew who her father was, but it was recently revealed that her father was a Marine who was Cooper's best friend during the Vietnam War. He died sometime after Vietnam. Before he died, Cooper promised him that he would keep an eye on Piper. Mike and Piper were married in the Season 5 finale. With the help of Cooper and Delinda, she won a magazine award as Las Vegas' best concierge.
  • Mitch, (Seasons 1-5), (Mitch Longley), a regular member of the Surveillance team. Mitch, like the actor, Mitch Longley, who plays him is paraplegic and uses a wheelchair. Mitch has a recurring role from Season 1 through Season 5.
  • Polly, (Seasons 3-5), (Suzanne Whang), a Korean manicurist in the Montecito's spa, who has recently formed a friendship with A.J. Cooper. Polly is always open about discussing her sexual experience, such as claiming she was one of Wilt Chamberlain's 20,000 partners in "2 on 2." Sam once gave Ed a full body massage from Polly for Christmas, in which Polly attempted to give Ed a 'happy ending'.
  • Luis Perez, (Seasons 1-2), (Guy Ecker), a Las Vegas Police detective, childhood friend of Danny and Mary, and friend of Ed Deline and his team. He was also a former marine whose unit was recalled for service in Iraq. In the episode "One Nation, Under Surveillance", he comes to Danny and asks for his experience in the war and what to expect. He dies the first week back in the war, and in the episode "Letter, Lawyers and Loose Women" a funeral is held in his honor with Ed and everyone attending.
  • Kathy Berson, (Seasons 3-5), (Rikki Klieman), The Montecito's main legal adviser and lawyer. If there are any legal issues, Kathy is the first person that everyone asks. Kathy helps Ed, Cooper, and Danny with many of their problems over the course of the show.
  • Jillian Deline, (Seasons 1-5), (Cheryl Ladd), Ed's wife and Delinda's mother. Jillian had been expressing growing resentment of Ed's time on the job, and admitted this to her daughter, Delinda, at the end of Season 4. In the Season 4 finale, it was revealed that Jillian would leave Ed if he decided on purchasing the Montecito. In the opening of Season 5, it was revealed that she would support Ed's decision for better or for worse after learning of her future grandchild. She leaves Ed after they move away under sketchy circumstances. She is currently awaiting her first grandchild, via Delinda and her fiance Danny McCoy.
  • Monica Mancuso, (Season 3), (Lara Flynn Boyle), Former owner of the Montecito, was portrayed as self-centered and bull-headed. In the first episode of Season 3, it was revealed that at age 25, she married an 83-year-old billionaire and upon his death at age 93, she inherited his fortune, using it to purchase the Montecito and upgrade it to its current facility. She was a waitress in the morning and a stripper at night before she married the billionaire in Ohio. She later used the casino as collateral to try to purchase other casinos in Las Vegas. Dedicated to prove that she was more than just a woman who inherited money, she was determined to make the Montecito a success. In the Season 3 episode "Mothwoman", she dies in a freak accident: a gust of wind blows her off the roof of the Montecito, and down the strip into a shoe store at the Wynn. Because her character was generally disliked by the other characters in the series, and typically was portrayed as a buffoon, her death was constructed mostly for humor. Ed, Sam, Delinda, and Mary , along with Monica's former co-worker, Norma, disposed of her ashes ceremoniously by flushing them down the toilet (as per her wishes) in her suite at the Montecito.
  • Casey Manning, (Seasons 2-4), (Dean Cain), A shrewd and cunning businessman, Sam Marquez's ex-husband and former owner of the Montecito Resort & Casino. In Season 3, Casey bought the Montecito from the Foundation for the Blind, after it was left to them following Monica's death. In the Season 4 episode "Bare Chested in the Park", his character was killed off in a fishing accident: a giant squid enveloped him off the coast of New Zealand. The autopsy revealed that he was poisoned before the accident. After his death, he leaves the Montecito to Sam, who faces tax problems left by Casey. In the series finale, Sam plans to marry Casey's brother Vic even though she doesn't love him because Vic reminds Sam of Casey.
  • Sarasvati Kumar, (Seasons 2-3), (Lakshmi Manchu), She is an accountant for the Casino and one time love interest of Frank (Sylvester Stallone), and later Mike. Her relationship with Mike ended officially after she went home with Delinda's bachelorette party strippers.
  • Gunther, (Seasons 2-3), (Harry Groener), The temperamental executive chef at the Montecito's original restaurant. Habitually had issues that required Delinda's attention. Developed a rivalry with Wolfgang Puck when the more famous chef opened a restaurant at the casino. Eventually quits after losing a cook-off to Puck. He sells his restaurant to Charo. Believed to be a parody of Wolfgang Puck, his disposal by means of a cook-off was arranged when the show was able to sign on the real Wolfgang Puck, who plays himself in the series.
  • Erika, (Seasons 3-4), (Anna Pheil), A hard-as-nails barmaid Danny hired on a lark when he saw her dealing with customers where she tended bar at a strip club.
  • Shannon (Seasons 3-4), (Malaya Rivera Drew), A member of the Montecito's security. She plays a small role in six episodes. She briefly shows interest in Mike Cannon.

Notable guest stars

Notable cameos

Crossing Jordan crossover

Las Vegas is set in the same universe as fellow NBC series Crossing Jordan. In the Season 2 episode "Two of a Kind," a case brought Dr. Jordan Cavanaugh (Jill Hennessy) and Det. Woody Hoyt (Jerry O'Connell) to Las Vegas. Woody and Sam got very well acquainted and maintained a long-distance relationship. However, as of the Season 4 episode "History of Violins," the relationship seemed to be over. Jordan and Danny also become involved, but both agreed it was only for fun, and no relationship came from it.

Episodes ordered by airdate:

  • Crossing Jordan: "What Happens in Vegas Dies in Boston" (November 7, 2004) with Duhamel, Marcil and Caan
  • Las Vegas: "Two of a Kind" (November 8, 2004) with O'Connell & Hennessy
  • Crossing Jordan: "Luck Be a Lady" (October 2, 2005) with Duhamel & Marcil
  • Las Vegas: "Double Down, Triple Threat" (October 3, 2005) with O'Connell & Hennessy
  • Las Vegas: "Fidelity, Security, Delivery" (May 5, 2006) with O'Connell
  • Las Vegas: "Father of the Bride" (May 12, 2006) with O'Connell
  • Las Vegas: "History of Violins" (November 17, 2006) with O'Connell & Hennessy
  • Crossing Jordan: "Crazy Little Thing Called Love" (February 11, 2007) with Duhamel & Molly Sims

Other crossovers

The Montecito Hotel and Casino has appeared in multiple shows — Heroes, Knight Rider,[1] Medium,[2] Monk,[3] Passions, and Stargate Atlantis (in an "Alternate Universe") — when characters from those shows visited Las Vegas. Of these, only the daytime soap Passions included Las Vegas characters in cameo roles:[4] Nikki Cox appeared as Mary Connell. The final season of Las Vegas also featured a crossover episode of sorts with one of the highest rated TV shows from the 1980s. During the episode, several cast members of the hit TV show Magnum P.I. including guest stars Roger Mosley and Larry Manetti appeared on the program with Las Vegas regular Tom Selleck. Manetti and Mosley essentially played millionaire older versions of their characters from Magnum P.I. in the episode.

The Las Vegas episode "The Story of Owe" mentions a Dunder-Mifflin convention, obliquely linking to The Office.[5]

Opening sequence

Different theme songs have been used, depending on where, how or when the show is aired. In France, Spain, Italy, Portugal, UK, The Netherlands and other countries the theme song is Let It Ride by Charlie Clouser and Jon Ingoldsby, while in other countries, such as the USA and Canada, the theme song is A Little Less Conversation (the Memories – The '68 Comeback Special version) by Elvis Presley. For the American DVD, as well as the episodes available for viewing on NBC's website, Clouser's song is used with the exception of the pilot episode on the American DVDs.


DVD releases

Name Ep # Region 1 Region 2 Region 4
Season One 23 January 4, 2005 March 14, 2005
November 28, 2005
Season Two 24 September 13, 2005 December 5, 2005
November 28, 2005
Season Three 23 September 12, 2006 November 30, 2006 November 15, 2006
Season Four 17 September 11, 2007 October 29, 2007 April 1, 2009
Season Five 19 July 22, 2008 October 13, 2008 December 2, 2009

Season information

The show has five complete seasons, all of them are available on DVD. The show was renewed for the fifth season on February 27, 2007.[6] On March 2, 2007, it was announced that James Caan and Nikki Cox would be leaving the series. Caan's departure is because he wants to return to acting in feature films, while Cox's departure seems to stem from budget cuts.[7] Tom Selleck replaced James Caan as head boss in Season 5. In the final season, only 19 episodes of the originally planned 22 episode season were filmed at the time the show was cancelled. The final episode was a cliffhanger with many issues left unresolved and will remain unresolved according to TV Guide Canada. At one point, Michael Ausiello of TV Guide said that there are plans, should a proper resolution not be possible, to have the characters of Danny McCoy and Delinda Deline cameo in an episode of Knight Rider carrying a newborn.[8] Due to Knight Rider being canceled, a cameo appearance of Danny and Delinda never came to fruition.[9]

Nielsen Ratings

Season Timeslot (EDT) Season Premiere Season Finale TV Season Rank Viewers
(in millions)
1 Monday 9 PM September 22, 2003 May 17, 2004 2003–2004 #27 11.83
2 Monday 9 PM September 13, 2004 May 23, 2005 2004–2005 #33 11.42
3 Monday 9 PM (September 19, 2005 – December 5, 2005)

Friday 9 PM (January 2, 2006 – May 12, 2006)

September 19, 2005 May 12, 2006 2005–2006 #46 10.51
4 Friday 9 PM October 27, 2006 March 9, 2007 2006–2007 #54 9.0
5 Friday 10 PM September 28, 2007 February 15, 2008 2007–2008 #65 8.55


The location of the fictional Montecito has changed from season to season. Some of the first episodes were shot at the Monte Carlo and Mandalay Bay. Because of its similarity to Mandalay Bay, many of the show visuals place the Montecito at the far southern end of The Las Vegas Strip, albeit usually across the street from Luxor on the airport side of Las Vegas Boulevard. The exact location and rotation of the building seems to vary a lot within this area, indeed the CGI zoom shots of the building exterior in the season two episode, "Montecito Lancers", shows the building in three slightly differing locations for three different shots. There were also a few interior and exterior shots filmed in Dana Point, CA, at the St. Regis Hotel in Monarch Beach, CA. In Season 5, the Montecito seems to have the consistent location across from Luxor.[10]

Many of Mandalay Bay's interiors and exteriors (including its wave pool) have been used as Montecito exteriors, although (according to the Internet Movie Database) the actual set of Montecito is located at Culver Studios, in Culver City, California, so the interiors are a replica of the Mandalay Bay. The Season 3 set of Las Vegas has been said to be the biggest set for a TV show ever.

During the first season of the show, many of the Montecito's suites overlooked various parts of the middle part of the Strip, placing the hotel near where The Venetian, Flamingo Las Vegas, or The Mirage are currently, before the more consistent location at the southern end of the Strip was finalized.

During the first season, except for the pilot episode, the sets were built as needed for filming.

Some episodes were shot using interior and exterior shots of Green Valley Ranch, including a shot of the pool and spa area where in one episode Everlast holds a concert.

In Season 3, Ed Deline's office appears to be in the middle of the strip, overlooking Harrah's, Caesars Palace, The Mirage, and The Venetian, which puts the Montecito near where Treasure Island is located. This is inconsistent with the flyover shots of the Montecito, which would place Ed's office over two miles away. Closer examination of the window scene shows that The Mirage's marquee over their driveway has been edited to read "Montecito." In Season 4, episode 2 "Died in Plain Sight," there is a scene in Ed Deline's office where again we can see an overview of The Mirage and Caesars Palace. Again it's a confirmation that Ed Deline's office would be where Treasure Island is located.

According to an episode that originally aired in December 2005, the Montecito is located about 1.5 miles from Wynn Las Vegas. It's possible that this distance is in a straight line ("as the crow flies") as opposed to a reference to actual driving distance. This distance is inconsistent with long shots that place the Montecito near the airport, Luxor and Mandalay Bay, but is in line with Season 3 visual references noted above.

Other episodes show aerial shots of the Montecito that make it appear to be situated at the corner of Giles St. and Reno Ave., about half a mile from Mandalay Bay and across from Luxor

In the episode "Father of the Bride Redux", it's shown that the Montecito also operates a property in Hawaii called the Montecito Royal Hawaiian Villas, managed by Casey Manning's brother Vic.

Spin-off fiction

The Las Vegas tie-in novel High Stakes Game, by Jeff Mariotte tells the tale of what could have occurred between the Season 2 finale and the Season 3 premiere when the casino was destroyed and rebuilt and the characters briefly went their separate ways. A second novel, also by Jeff Mariotte called Sleight of Hand was launched in 2007.


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