Las Vegas

Season 3 Episode 3

Double Down, Triple Threat

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Aired Unknown Oct 03, 2005 on NBC
8.7
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Double Down, Triple Threat
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Danny is with blackjack player Gabe Labrador who's wearing a wig and counting cards. The man doesn't want to stop playing and claims he must win big to pay off the men who kidnapped his daughter. Ed, Mike, Danny and a cop from Metro work on the case even though they aren't sure Gabe is telling the truth. Mary seems to still be helping Danny taking care of his dad's stuff. She is still dating Jake. A player who won a lot of money wants to give it back, but then wants it back, then wants to give it again, etc. Sam and Woody (from "Crossing Jordan") are getting very well acquainted... Jordan from "Crossing Jordan" is also in this episode.moreless

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  • good episode mixing it up a bit

    8.7
    good episode, mixing up two series was a good idea and the cast was great. The director and writers did a fantastic job making sure that the episode has spyce and excitement for the full hour. As ussual we see two or more sotry lines in the episode that the cast does an amazing job in concluding at the end
  • great episode and it nice to see some old faces

    9.1
    Well i have to say i really enjoyed this episode and it was great to see some old cast members coming back into the show.

    I really think its starting to come together now and all the characters are settling back in.

    Were still missing Nessa and i really hope she comes back becasue it would be sad if they fully wrote her off becasue she was such a good character to have around. Were also missing Delinda to a lesser extent even though she still appears every now and then but it would be great if she came back to work at the Montecito

    overall this as got to be my best episode of the season and i hope they keep it up.





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  • I truly liked this perspective of using another, slightly less used character, Jerry O'Connell to tell a story from his point of view.

    8.5
    I truly liked this perspective of using another, slightly less used character, Jerry O'Connell to tell a story from his point of view. It brings us, the viewer one step closer towards being there experiencing Vegas, sitting at the tables hearing this on the floor, in the halls, or sitting at a table. Very Fresh. It's also nice to start to introduce different sides of the characters. Lara Flynn Boyle as, Monica Mancuso is starting to show a softer, yet still out to cash in side. Josh Duhamel as Danny McCoy is beginning to

    Show he doesn't have to rush into bed with the old flame, he can practice restraint...unless he needs no: as is the case in the final scenes. With Rachael Leigh Cook as Penny Posen , the rest of the gang fill in nicely with the fairly decent plot full of just got- away’s and we’ll get umm’s. Followed by the usual Techno babble and cool use of CGI and On-Air gadget use we have come to love and consider a staple of modern television.

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James Caan

James Caan

Edward "Big Ed" Melvin Deline

James LeSure

James LeSure

Mike Cannon

Josh Duhamel

Josh Duhamel

Danny McCoy

Molly Sims

Molly Sims

Delinda Deline

Nikki Cox

Nikki Cox

Mary Connell

Vanessa Marcil

Vanessa Marcil

Samantha "Sam" Jane Marquez

Iqbal Theba

Iqbal Theba

Parviz Silani

Guest Star

Chris Ufland

Chris Ufland

Wedding Ring Guy

Guest Star

Jill Hennessy

Jill Hennessy

Dr. Jordan Cavannaugh

Guest Star

Jerry O'Connell

Jerry O'Connell

Det. Woody Hoyt

Recurring Role

Rachael Leigh Cook

Rachael Leigh Cook

Penny Posin

Recurring Role

Mitch Longley

Mitch Longley

Mitch

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