Las Vegas is a definite guilty pleasure. It's light, fun, and very entertaining to watch. If you are looking for a deep, serious show - this isn't the one for you. It's pure cheese most of the time and it knows it - never taking itself seriously at all which makes it all the more fun. I loved Season One, liked Season two, and am looking forward to Season Three. Season Two features some great episodes such as the season opener "Have You Ever Seen The Rain" with Danny returing from war and his trauma associated with it, to the hilarious twist in "Tainted Love" where Sam's billionaire husband (Guest Star Dean Cain) comes back to claim his wife shocking Sam and everyone else. The crossover episode with Crossing Jordan "Two Of A Kind" and the season finale "Centennial" are also among the best episodes of the season. Season Two is also loaded with numerous musical guest stars such as The Black Eyed Peas, Snoop Dogg, Duran Duran, and Gladys Knight just to name a few. The cast has such a great chemistry even some of the more mediocre episodes are made entertaining.
The DVD is very well done. The picture quality is amazing with all the episodes in high definition. The "UnCut and UnCensored" part comes in during the episodes where Vegas features strippers, and other risque type scenes. Basically there's a lot of extra T&A footage. The extra footage is the only reason I gave the DVD 4 stars. Universal just can't seem to get the right mix of special features. This DVD set features a 14 minute blooper reel from Season's 1 and 2. It's hysterical, I wish it had gone on for an hour. But other than that, there's not much more to the special features. I am really hoping that when the Season 3 DVDs come out, we get a blooper reel, commentaries, AND Interviews. Other than that, the only other glaring ommission is the exclusion of the Crossing Jordan's part of the crossover episode. But over all this set is a keeper.