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The Best Episodes of Las Vegas

Every episode of Las Vegas ranked from best to worst. Let's dive into the Best Episodes of Las Vegas!

Ed Deline is a strict ex-CIA officer who went from being Head of Security to becoming President of Operations of the Montecito, whose job is to run the day-to-day operations of the casino. Following his departure, former Marine Danny McCoy, Ed's former protégé, becomes the Montecito's new President of Operations.

Genres:DramaComedyAction & AdventureCrime
Network:NBC

Top Episode Highlight

The best episode of "Las Vegas" is "Heroes", rated 8.4/10 from 199 user votes. It was directed by David Solomon and written by Gary Scott Thompson. "Heroes" aired on 3/9/2007 and is rated 0.1 point(s) higher than the second highest rated, "Always Faithful".

  • Heroes
    8.4/10 199 votes

    #1 - Heroes

    Season 4 Episode 17 - Aired 2007-03-09

    Mike discovers that Sam has been kidnapped by one of her clients. Danny takes extreme measures to prevent one of his friends from being deployed to Iraq. Delinda discovers some important news for her and Danny; she's pregnant. And Mary decides to take action against her father.

    Director: David Solomon

    Writer: Gary Scott Thompson

  • Always Faithful
    8.3/10 216 votes

    #2 - Always Faithful

    Season 1 Episode 23 - Aired 2004-05-17

    Danny is recalled to the marines, effective in 24 hours. While he is getting his affairs in order, Mary has a visit from her father. Danny and Mary confront him together, and when he tells her that he has two little girls, she decides to tell his wife what he did to his first little girl. The casino is also dealing with counterfeit money, and Mike is at the forefront of solving the crime. There is a going away party for Danny, he asks Ed to be the executor of his will, gives his car keys to Mike and says goodbye to everybody. Finally he leaves and goes to see Mary, they make love and she tells him that she loves him. He then meets Mike and is driven through Las Vegas one last time as he leaves.

    Director: Timothy Busfield

    Writer: Gary Scott Thompson

  • Centennial
    8.3/10 194 votes

    #3 - Centennial

    Season 2 Episode 24 - Aired 2005-05-23

    In the final episode of the series' second season, the new owner of the Montecito will be making some big changes to both the staff and property at the casino. Jon Bon Jovi and Dean Cain guest star in the finale.

    Director: David Solomon

    Writer: Gary Scott Thompson

  • Delinda's Box (1)
    8.3/10 165 votes

    #4 - Delinda's Box (1)

    Season 4 Episode 5 - Aired 2006-12-01

    Delinda's been kidnapped and there's only 12 hours to save her. Ed tries to get his hands on $50 million in ransom money from the Montecito. Sam is dealing with a couple of guys who just won 2 Million Dollars each. And if that's not enough there's a flu epidemic hitting the hotel.

    Director: David Solomon

    Writer: N/A

  • Delinda's Box (2)
    8.3/10 163 votes

    #5 - Delinda's Box (2)

    Season 4 Episode 6 - Aired 2006-12-01

    Ed and Danny are still after Delinda's kidnappers. Mike and Sam are dealing with a Buddist Monk who seems to be winning too much. Mary is trying to help out wherever there is not enough personnel due to the flu epidemic.

    Director: N/A

    Writer: N/A

  • Everything Old Is You Again
    8.2/10 224 votes

    #6 - Everything Old Is You Again

    Season 3 Episode 7 - Aired 2005-11-07

    Danny imagines to be back in the 60s when the Montecito was called the Jubilee. Ed becomes the new president of the casino. He makes Danny the director of entertainment and Mike the head of security. Mary is a waitress who gets a promotion. Delinda opens a dress shop. And Sam starts out as a call girl.

    Director: David Solomon

    Writer: N/A

  • Father of the Bride
    8.2/10 192 votes

    #7 - Father of the Bride

    Season 3 Episode 23 - Aired 2006-05-12

    While Delinda is preparing to get married old romances resurface. Bachelor and Bachelorette Parties are being planned. Meanwhile Ed is being visited by his CIA past.

    Director: Gary Scott Thompson

    Writer: Gary Scott Thompson

  • White Christmas
    8.1/10 178 votes

    #8 - White Christmas

    Season 4 Episode 8 - Aired 2006-12-15

    It's Christmas and everybody in the Montecito is forced to take part in Ed's secret Santa gift exchange. At the same time Danny's car, his most valuable possession, is stolen on Christmas Eve. Delinda is planning her first Christmas with Danny. And Sam gets an autographed photo of Elvis during one of his first concerts as a surprise for one of her favorite "whales."

    Director: Gary Scott Thompson

    Writer: Gary Scott Thompson

  • Pilot
    8.0/10 331 votes

    #9 - Pilot

    Season 1 Episode 1 - Aired 2003-09-22

    Danny has a busy day coddling an oddball winner, trying to locate a missing high roller, and figuring out a cheater's MO. Big Ed finds his daughter sleeping with Danny.

    Director: Michael W. Watkins

    Writer: Gary Scott Thompson

  • Have You Ever Seen the Rain?
    8.0/10 211 votes

    #10 - Have You Ever Seen the Rain?

    Season 2 Episode 1 - Aired 2004-09-13

    Danny returns from the war, much to the surprise and joy of everybody, particularly Mary. However, he is acting strangely as the memories of the war haunt him. He begins to worry everybody, particularly Ed and Mary. The guys of the casino are also contending with two of the dumbest guys on earth, one of who has a microchip in his arm. The new guy Leo has a thing for Delinda, and Sam and Delinda are at odds as Sam wants to hire out Mystique to a group of rich morticians.

    Director: Craig Zisk

    Writer: Gary Scott Thompson

  • Father of the Bride Redux
    8.0/10 174 votes

    #11 - Father of the Bride Redux

    Season 4 Episode 1 - Aired 2006-10-27

    Delinda must face her fiancé Derek and tell him about her feelings for Danny. Everyone is shocked by Ed's attack. When a whale refuses to leave a Villa in one of the Montecito's Hawaiian resorts Sam has to head out there to take care of it.

    Director: Gary Scott Thompson

    Writer: N/A

  • Hellraisers and Heartbreakers
    7.9/10 226 votes

    #12 - Hellraisers and Heartbreakers

    Season 1 Episode 12 - Aired 2004-01-12

    Big Ed's former CIA protégé Jack Keller (Alec Baldwin), is now a security consultant supervising the Montecito's switch from analog to digital surveillance. Brooks and Dunn get on a lengthy roll at the crap table. Ed sees red when a comic turns blue.

    Director: Timothy Busfield

    Writer: Michael Berns

  • The Big Bang
    7.9/10 181 votes

    #13 - The Big Bang

    Season 1 Episode 22 - Aired 2004-05-10

    While attempting to comfort a concerned gambler who is demanding his favorite dealer, Nessa discovers the diehard blackjack player has a bomb strapped to his chest. As she causally alerts Ed - who joins the nervous bomber at the table - Nessa attempts to talk him down while Danny discovers the horrifying truth that second bombs has been planted inside the hotel by an accomplice. Elsewhere, Mary and Sam prep the pool for a private concert by rock star Everlast (as himself) for a group of privileged teenagers while Delinda attempts to make her kitchen demonstration a success.

    Director: Allison Liddi-Brown

    Writer: Michael Berns

  • Blood Is Thicker
    7.9/10 163 votes

    #14 - Blood Is Thicker

    Season 2 Episode 3 - Aired 2004-09-27

    Ed is framed for murder when enemies from his past resurface. Danny and Mike secretly intervene to investigate and take matters into their own hands. Meanwhile, Sam, Nessa, Mary and Delinda desperately attempt to find tenants for their new joint-purchased home, settling on what they think to be the perfect tenants, only to discover they've misjudged the situation.

    Director: Allison Liddi-Brown

    Writer: N/A

  • The Real McCoy
    7.9/10 162 votes

    #15 - The Real McCoy

    Season 3 Episode 6 - Aired 2005-10-24

    Sam's brother is staying longer than expected because he's having an affair with Monica. Danny tracks down the woman who appears on pictures with his father.

    Director: Félix Enríquez Alcalá

    Writer: N/A

  • The Strange Life of Bob
    7.8/10 295 votes

    #16 - The Strange Life of Bob

    Season 1 Episode 20 - Aired 2004-04-19

    Falling in love with a new temporary Montecito employee known only as "Bob the floater" (guest star Christian Kane), Nessa begins pressing her new mystery man for more personal details. However, when she discovers that her new beau is actually suffering from amnesia and walked into the hotel several days again hoping to jar his memory, Nessa turns to Ed in the hopes of uncovering the truth about Bob. Meanwhile, a guest's discovery of a revealing picture of her undressing in a hotel cabana on the internet, sends Danny on the hunt for a peeping camera man whose lens has also captured a revealing side of Delinda. Sam's war of words with a world-champion eater prompts her to enter an eating contest, enlisting Mike as her trainer.

    Director: Michael Grossman

    Writer: Rebecca Rand Kirshner

  • When You Got to Go, You Got to Go
    7.8/10 286 votes

    #17 - When You Got to Go, You Got to Go

    Season 2 Episode 12 - Aired 2005-01-03

    When Ed (James Caan) is kidnapped, Danny (Josh Duhamel) and Mike (James Lesure) begin a frantic search of the city to find him. The fact that Ed refuses to let them contact autorities or pay the kidnapper's ransom only makes their search more difficult. Sam (Vanessa Marcil) arranges a Vegas-style wedding for one of her clients, but it comes to a screeching halt when their lucky rings are lost. Elsewhere, Mary (Nikki Cox) and Delinda (Molly Sims) collaborate when the Montecito hosts a popular 80's rock band (Duran-Duran).

    Director: N/A

    Writer: N/A

  • To Protect and Serve Manicotti
    7.8/10 224 votes

    #18 - To Protect and Serve Manicotti

    Season 2 Episode 18 - Aired 2005-02-21

    When a local restaurateur (and mother of a Montecito showgirl) is approached by petty mobsters, Ed enlists the support of a long-time friend "Frank the Repairman" (guest star Sylvester Stallone) to quash their extortion attempts. As the two navigate their way through the local mob's hierarchy, Ed discovers that he has a decades-old connection to the ringleader. Elsewhere, Danny and Mike feverishly work to reclaim $100,000 stolen from the casino by a cunning thief. Once the thief's identity is revealed, Danny concocts a clever scheme to make good on the money before Ed discovers the truth. Meanwhile, Joe Rogan (as himself ) visits the casino in search of a little R & R. Sam , Delinda and Nessa who are desperate to be contestants on Joe's show, compete with each other for his attention.

    Director: Paul Michael Glaser

    Writer: N/A

  • Double Down, Triple Threat
    7.8/10 179 votes

    #19 - Double Down, Triple Threat

    Season 3 Episode 3 - Aired 2005-10-03

    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.

    Director: Paul Michael Glaser

    Writer: N/A

  • All Quiet on the Montecito Front
    7.8/10 164 votes

    #20 - All Quiet on the Montecito Front

    Season 3 Episode 20 - Aired 2006-04-07

    Romance begins to bloom between Danny and Delinda, to their utmost surprise. But keeping the relationship tight-lipped proves difficult, particularly when Jillian flies in Delinda's old college flame (Shawn Christian). Meanwhile, Casey organizes a paintball retreat for the department heads.

    Director: Milan Cheylov

    Writer: N/A

  • A Hero Ain't Nothing But A Sandwich
    7.8/10 194 votes

    #21 - A Hero Ain't Nothing But A Sandwich

    Season 5 Episode 1 - Aired 2007-09-28

    The Montecito staff members along with the Las Vegas police have their hands full as they try to discover who killed Mary's father while investigating the recent hotel robbery. A mysterious cowboy pays the tax debts of the Montecito and becomes the new owner.

    Director: Robert Duncan McNeill, Timothy Busfield

    Writer: Gary Scott Thompson

  • Semper Spy
    7.7/10 217 votes

    #22 - Semper Spy

    Season 1 Episode 6 - Aired 2003-11-03

    Ed takes a Hawaii vacation leaving Danny in charge. Mike becomes the good luck charm for a gambler on a hot streak.

    Director: N/A

    Writer: Michael Berns

  • Pros and Cons
    7.7/10 227 votes

    #23 - Pros and Cons

    Season 1 Episode 7 - Aired 2003-11-10

    Mary gets Wayne Newton to help an unlucky couple. A grifter passes counterfeit chips to Delinda. Sam is kept busy by two regulars who bet on anything.

    Director: Greg Yaitanes

    Writer: Daniel Arkin

  • The Count of Montecito
    7.7/10 171 votes

    #24 - The Count of Montecito

    Season 2 Episode 2 - Aired 2004-09-20

    Danny, Mike and Sam scurry to solve the tactics of a ring of card counters. Meanwhile, Nessa is faced with the return of Fred Puterbaugh (guest star Jon Lovitz) who professes his love and admiration to her, much to her dismay. Elsewhere, Ed and Danny deal with an archeologist's find near the hotel pool that leads to a scam, while Mary, has to give orientation to topless women, employed by the hotel to entertain guests.

    Director: Daniel Sackheim

    Writer: N/A

  • Catch of the Day
    7.7/10 178 votes

    #25 - Catch of the Day

    Season 2 Episode 4 - Aired 2004-10-04

    Sam has to jet off across the country in search of replacement lobsters when a truckload he purchased for a very important wedding, is stolen. Danny and Mike play detectives to determine the motive and culprit behind the theft. Meanwhile, Delinda's childhood boyfriend Jay (guest star Geoff Stults), shows up with news that he's dying of cancer- and of his final wish to sleep with her. Elsewhere, Mary books Michael Buble (guest starring as himself) to sing for the wedding; but, has to wrangle him in when he refuses to sing, instead wanting to perform comedy or a mime act.

    Director: Peter O'Fallon

    Writer: Michael Berns