Las Vegas

Season 2 Episode 1

Have You Ever Seen The Rain?

Aired Unknown Sep 13, 2004 on NBC



  • Trivia

    • Featured Music:
      "Personal Jesus" by Marilyn Manson (Danny rages through the casino)
      "Leaving New York" by REM
      "Mad About You" by Hooverphonic
      "American Idiot" by Green Day
      "All That I Want" by Michelle Featherstone

    • After nabbing one of the Dumb and Dumber brothers, his friends mill around the casino looking for him. Then we see Danny proposing to Mary late in the evening. After a commercial, we have Mary talking to friends over breakfast in the blazing sun, then back to security where the new guy lost the two suspects, but backtrack to find then leave the building into sunshine. This implies, the two spent well over eight hours milling around the casino before departing, which in itself would go too far for suspicious behavior.

    • Danny checks into a room at Treasure Island. As the camera spins around then focuses on one window, it zooms in on Danny sitting on a chair. The big windows at Treasure Island are actually shared by four rooms on two floors, not by just a single room.

    • When Big Ed enters Danny's room, you are presented a view of the strip facing northeast, with the Stardust and Stratosphere. When Big Ed enters the bedroom, the view faces southwest with the Paris and MGM in view. The shot entering into the hotel window establishes that his room was toward the middle of the hotel and therefore could only have windows facing the same direction on the strip, not opposite.

    • When Ed unloads the rifle in Danny's room, he removes the magazine, but doesn't pull the bolt back to clear the chamber.

  • Quotes

    • Ed: You need some sleep.
      Danny: I told you that I don't sleep anymore.
      Ed: Why?
      Danny: Because there's nobody left to watch my back. They're all dead. (Shudders) Every single one of them.

    • Mike: Well, when am I gonna get to hit a bad guy?

    • Delinda: Mary, she filled Mystique with coffins.
      Mary: Good. You finally got 'em out of my ballroom.
      Sam: You, I like. (Walks away)
      Delinda: We are not through, missy.

    • Ed: It is completely abnormal for grown men to paint smiles and frowns on their faces with bright colors.
      Delinda: You know, Daddy, one would've thought that the CIA might have diagnosed your coulrophobia and done something about it.
      Sam: (laughs) Okay. have a little problem with clowns, big guy?
      (Delinda and Sam laugh)
      Ed: Shut up.
      (Delinda and Sam stop laughing)

    • Ed: What are the chances of three non-existent guys showing up at my casino at the same time?
      Mike: Not real good.
      Ed: Not real good.

  • Notes

    • International Episode Titles:
      Czech Republic: Viděli jste někdy déšť? (Have You Ever Seen Rain?)

    • Original International Air Dates:
      Denmark: January 14, 2005 on TV3
      Australia: May 26, 2005 on 7 network
      Germany: February 3, 2008 on kabel eins
      Czech Republic: March 18, 2009 on TV Nova
      Slovakia: March 24, 2010 on Markiza

    • Bryan Callen's character's name Marcus Dixon is exactly the same name of Carl Lumbly's character on Alias, which James LeSure (Mike Cannon) guest-starred on as a CIA agent.

    • The Hotel room at the end of the episode is the same room that is used just before the end of episode 3 when Danny and Mike and are posing as CIA agents to Ben Tolliver.

  • Allusions

    • The song "Leaving New York" by R.E.M. played at the end of this episode when Danny was in the hotel room with Ed. The episode title is "Have You Ever Seen The Rain" which is also the title of an R.E.M. song.

      The episode's title, "Have You Ever Seen the Rain", is a song by Creedence Clearwater Revival. The previous episode ended with another vision related CCR tune, "As Long as I Can See the Light".

    • When Leo hauls one of the "dumb & dumber" brothers to the security monitoring center, he says "Wow, this is just like the bridge on the Starship Enterprise". This is of course a reference to the Star Trek scifi series. It is also the exact same thing said in the Street Hawk pilot when Jesse enters the command center for the first time.