Las Vegas

Season 3 Episode 15

Urban Legends

Aired Unknown Feb 06, 2006 on NBC
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Urban Legends
An urban legend becomes true when Danny finds a guest in an ice filled bathtub missing a kidney. To avoid bad press, the lawyers want to pay him for his silence, but Danny and Mike have other plans and start to investigate a possible scam. Ed helps Sam treat a whale who suffers from really sweaty hands, which is starting to scare the other guests away. Jimmie Johnson comes over to the Montecito to be the final judge of a car convention, in which Delinda for one is participating in.moreless

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  • Finally

    Finally they where able to come up with an episode that was worth watching.

    Leaving monica's death behind and not taking some stupid turn again like they did on the other episodes.

    This episode saved Las Vegas, at least for me.

    I now have the motivation to watch is again and hope that they will keep the good episodes coming like they did in season 1 and 2.

    Anyway this episode had it all, fast cars, beautifull women(I loved to see mary drive that nascar car and seeing that delinda has a sweet ride) and a good story wich leads danny out to investigate.moreless
  • You saw the ending coming from a mile away

    The whole urban legend thing was a huge let down. You knew the guy was up to no good and he was going to get caught. The girl did look better as a brunette. Mary is so funny with the car racing. Delinda was great with the car show. I love how they keep adding to her character.
  • Finally the show is back on track and tacking off again!! This episode had almost everything I so like about this show!

    The start with Marry driving the on the race track was made absolutely cool and the sound mixing was just perfect to it!

    Even the show calls her the new Marry. Well I like her too!

    Danny finally solves a really big case completely without Ed. I think the show starts to develop in a new direction. Sure I miss the old security service Ed witch goes in the field with his soldier Danny. But the idea to pick this myth up was risky, because whenever you handle a real existing legend in your plot, you have to be absolutely serious and the show really managed it.

    Sam’s new ideas about the top gambling clients are funny, but I don’t see why Ed lets himself involve this way.

    The rich guy with his sweaty hands was just grouse, but somehow it was fun too.

    Delinda with her car was fun too, because this storyline connects also to the early episodes of the show. And we got remembered to it with the quote: “Daddy always wanted a boy.” A quote we heard several time a long time ago.

    And the favourite part of this episode was: Mike is back to his small role! Yes! So everyone has the presents he deserves. I so liked this episode! I hope the show finally managed to find its path again.moreless
James Caan (I)

James Caan (I)

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

Jimmie Johnson

Jimmie Johnson


Guest Star

Joe Manganiello

Joe Manganiello

Carson Stuart

Guest Star

Erica Shaffer

Erica Shaffer

Dr. Kimberly Wells

Guest Star

Anna Pheil

Anna Pheil


Recurring Role

Trivia, Notes, Quotes and Allusions


  • TRIVIA (2)

    • Music:
      "Cold Hard Bitch" by Jet
      "The Fallen" by Franz Ferdinand
      "Pony" by Ginuwine
      "Sweaty Palms" by James Bladon

    • Goof: In the starting scene, when Mary is getting out of the race car, there is no ring on her right hand, but when she's taking off her helmet, the ring is clearly seen on her right middle finger.

  • QUOTES (5)

    • Sam: There are five levels of high rollers.
      Ed: Why five?
      Sam: Because it's my system.
      Ed: Why wouldn't it be three?
      Sam: That's how I decided to do it.
      Ed: I think it should be three.
      Sam: Well, there are five.
      Ed: Three is simplier.
      Sam: There are five.
      Ed: Ok.

    • (Mary is reading an explicitly worded bribe left for Jimmie Johnson when Mike walks up on her)
      Mike: Mary.
      Mary: Oh. No no no. I didn't write this.
      Mike: You're taking this New Mary thing a little too far. Delinda and Sam, I can see. But you, Mary. Shame. Shame. Shame.

    • (Sam is explaining the Whale closet to Ed)
      Ed: Did you buy all these things?
      Sam: No, the service does that.
      Ed: Well then, how would one know what's inside the box?
      Sam: Well, that is where my system comes in.
      Ed: System?
      Sam: Yeah. It's all in a spreadsheet. Trust me, this is gonna become your best friend.
      Ed: No. At this point, I'd rather be in the surveillance room.

    • Mary: You know Delinda?
      Jimmie Johnson: Yeah. Uh, she freaked out some of my crew guys and they wanted to get a restraining order against her.
      Mary: (to DeLinda) Were you stalking him?
      DeLinda: I wouldn't exactly call it stalking.

    • Jimmie Johnson: (referring to Delinda) That girl scares me.
      Mary: Yeah, she scares a lot of people.

  • NOTES (2)


    • Urban Legends

      Commonly told myths that have been repeated so often that people are often able to remember if the information is in fact true (i.e. Ghost of Alcatraz, The New Jersey Devil).

      Also a movie of the same name (minus the pluralization) in the late 1990's.