Las Vegas Season 3
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What happens in Vegas…is now yours to own as the sizzling third season of Las Vegas comes to DVD in Dolby Digital 5.1 Surround Sound with sexy uncut and uncensored footage you couldn't see on TV! Join Ed (James Caan), Danny (Josh Duhamel), Mary (Nikki Cox), Delinda (Molly Sims), and Sam (Vanessa Marcil) in 23 fast-paced episodes as they take on the high-stakes swindlers, card sharks, and hostile takeovers at the Montecito Resort and Casino. Checking in for the excitement are such glamorous guest stars as Lara Flynn Boyle, Dean Cain, Ron Jeremy, Cheryl Ladd, Rachael Leigh Cook, Dennis Rodman, and more! It's time to call on Lady Luck, take a spin at the wheel, and place your bets on the cast TV Guide calls "…the coolest casino crew on TV."
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This season is fun, pure, unabashed fun. While other reviewers may harp at the comical death of Lara Flynn Boyle's charter, for me it worked. The character could not have continued in the show without a full out, Spartacus style, rebellion on her hands, which, while interesting, would not have fit the shows' style.
This season gives us more depth on our main cast, as well as the expected celeb. guests/musical acts. Heck, I'm by no means a country music fan, but it works. Expect to see some familiar guest stars, and some new ones, who may, or may not (it has been a while since this show was on tv) return.
As to comments about the departure of the Nessa character, while no explicit details are given, she is mentioned several times, and there is character conflict about her disappearance, throughout the entire season. To me, this is more then most shows give the exit of a cast member.
Finally...don't let your kids watch this. While every season bears the 'uncut and uncensored' descriptor, this season actually lives up to the name. There are several scenes spanning a few episodes, that certainly did not make it on network TV. You may get an eye full the first time we enter the Bella Petto ('European' style pool area), and the Vegas off-strip, strip clubs.
All in all, a fun, goofy, well written, directed and acted season, with a decent cliff-hanger ending.