Las Vegas 11/17/03

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  1. Patrick Sun

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    It was light and fun.

    Sam's reaction to the butt-grab was hilarious. Danny holding both of them in a headlock was also funny.

    Sam was really getting fed up with jumping through hoops for the 9th richest man, Brunson. I cracked up when he missed a football play on TV, and his assistant asked if he wanted him to call NBC to replay the play for him (on a live broadcast).

    Ed juggling of his wife's jealousy and his CIA wife's playful come-ons was amusing.

    Seeing Ed lobby for a raise in front of everyone takes balls. Watching Danny get snubbed for the handshake at the end was funny.

    The rest was basically eye candy to the brim.
     
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    "Las Vegas" continues its bizarre but entertaining mix of "Love Boat" style personal stories and lightweight action & intrigue ("Ed's Angels"??). It's hard to peg this show, but I've come to the conclusion that it's a super-glitzy throwback to the best of the cheesy Aaron Spelling shows that were big back in the 70s.

    In case it's not clear, that's a complement. [​IMG]

    I was glad to see James McDaniel back on the tube, and I hope this will be a recurring role for him. I always wondered who Ed Deline answered to, and I think it's a good addition to the dynamic of the show to give him a visible boss.
     
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