Danny, Piper and Mitch, along with the surveillance room, are taken hostage when thieves attempt to steal a rare stamp that is up for auction at the Montecito; Mike's mom discovers that he has gotten married without her being there.
Cooper, Danny and Josh are suspicious of a man (Terry Bradshaw) who has a nearly perfect winning streak; Sam's whale brings his grandmother (Kathryn Joosten) to the casino to play bingo.
Piper's evaluation for the Concierge of the Year award tests her skills; Danny and Mike decide to play in a two-on-two basketball competition where the stakes become more than they anticipated.
Sam gets help from The Cleaner when she needs to get rid of evidence after her whales visit a strip club; Mike and Piper (Camille Guaty) sample the wares of a hot new bartender they are trying to lure to the Montecito.
Piper gets in trouble with the gaming commission; Sam gets caught speeding and must attend traffic school; Danny and Delinda meet a 'perfect' pair at a parenting class.
Bounty hunters and FBI agents descend on the Montecito when they track a fugitive from justice to the area; Sam tries to help one of her whales pick up the pieces of his broken life; Piper throws a post-New Year's party, and cash starts rolling in.
Danny and Mike head to Wyoming to buy a horse; Delinda looks for a new chef for the casino restaurant; Piper hides from her ex.
Mike begins to doubt his place in Las Vegas; Sam invites a client to visit the casino for the holidays; Delinda and Piper plan a Hot Santa contest to win the casino charity competition.
The effects of the Montecito robbery reverberate all over Las Vegas; Danny tries to fend off federal agencies' accusations; Delinda wants Cooper and Sam to apologize to each other; Piper and Mike help a widow carry out her husband's last wishes.
Danny gets a surprise visit from the fire marshal and his alcoholic uncle; Mike keeps an eye on the casino's Hand on Hard Bodies competition; Cooper forces Sam to help a contestant; thieves break into the casino.
The casino plays host to an environmentally friendly conference; Danny questions Delinda's plan for a new 'green' lifestyle; Sam tries to capitalize on high rollers looking for love; Cooper shows a new side of himself when a mystery woman arrives.
Danny and Mike see a strip-club owner get physical with a stripper; Delinda advocates for better rights for exotic dancers in the city; Piper enlists Sam's help to find a racy video that she does not want people to see.
In the spirit of Halloween, Piper dresses up in various costumes to scare her co-workers; Cooper insists on shadowing Sam for the day as she tries to lure a new whale to the casino; Cooper lets Sam play in an exclusive poker game with his rich friends.
Danny and Mike head to Cooper's suite for a meeting but find themselves in the middle of a crime scene; Piper (Camille Guaty) tries to help the son of one of the casino's big clients learn to be cool.
Cooper secures a beauty pageant for the Montecito, but things go awry when someone sabotages the contestants; Sam thinks she sees a casino guest murdering a woman but has difficulty trying to convince Danny that she is not hallucinating.
Friendships are at stake when the new casino owner tries to make changes at the Montecito; Danny loses confidence that he will be the new president; Sam continues therapy and decides to befriend the new hotel concierge.
A cell phone video may be a clue to who killed Mary's father; Ed tries to find out who robbed the Montecito; Delinda gets a chance to tell Danny her secret; Sam tries to escape her captors.
A cell-phone video may be a clue to who killed Mary's father; Ed tries to find out who robbed the Montecito; Delinda gets a chance to tell Danny her secret; Sam tries to escape her captors.
Mike discovers that Sam has been kidnapped; Danny takes drastic measures to help a friend avoid being deployed to Iraq; Delinda learns life-altering news.
Ed discusses the possibility of retirement and buying the Montecito; Danny and Delinda's condo is broken into; Sam learns that she owes millions of dollars in unpaid taxes.
An unexpected death puts a damper on the company picnic; Los Lonely Boys entertain staffers at the picnic; Mary deals with her past and testifies against her father.
Sam's long-lost love awakes from a 20-year coma; Ed goes on a mission to replace his housekeeper (Sandra Bernhard) when his wife is out of town.
Ed, Danny, Mike and Delinda must take matters into their own hands when a world-famous mummy is stolen before it reaches a planned exhibit at the Montecito.
Ed must seek inner peace because one blowup could put the Montecito's gaming license at risk; Mike hopes to purchase a condo; a basketball player Sam hosts takes an interest in Mary.
Ed, Danny and Mike bet on who can find the most waste at the Montecito; Mary must sell the last residential suite and hopes to entice big money with a performance by John Legend.
One of Ed's favorite former employees (Kate Levering) returns with her husband (Judd Nelson) to celebrate her wedding anniversary at the Montecito; Mary and Sam disagree about which guests are most important and fight for OK Go's time.
Minutes before a rare wine discovered in the Montecito's cellar is auctioned off for $1 million, Mike realizes it is not genuine; a group of retirees checks into the hotel for a Sudoku tournament.
Everyone reluctantly participates in Ed's Secret Santa gift exchange; Danny's car is stolen on Christmas Eve; Delinda eagerly plans her first Christmas with Danny.
A blacklisted mobster (Vincent Pastore) purchases the Montecito's million-dollar wedding package, including Wayne Newton, for his daughter, but problems arise because Wayne is on bad terms with Ed.
Ed and Danny have 12 hours to save Delinda from her kidnappers; Mike and Sam try to figure out whether a Buddhist monk's major winning-streak is a scam.
Ed and Danny have 12 hours to save Delinda from her kidnappers; Mike and Sam try to figure out whether a Buddhist monk's major winning-streak is a scam.
Boston medical examiner Jordan Cavanaugh (Jill Hennessy) and police officer Woody Holt (Jerry O'Connell) come to the Montecito hot on the trail of a murder and a missing rare violin.
Sam finds herself in financial trouble because three clients have stiffed the Montecito; Adam Carolla helps Mary to conquer her biggest fear.
Ed returns from his Moroccan trip with shocking news about his past; Danny and Delinda's romance heats up; Mike travels to Hawaii to help Sam with her whale problem.
A gunman attacks Ed; Delinda admits her feelings for Danny; Sam goes to Hawaii to contend with a whale who will not leave the Hawaiian Villas.
One of the Montecito ladies is preparing to walk down the aisle; Ed's CIA past puts him in grave danger.
Athlete Sasha Cohen stops by the Montecito; Delinda answers Dr. Derek's marriage proposal; Sam and Woody share a romantic weekend together.
Ed and Jillian go on a retreat that proves to be anything but peaceful; Danny and Josh deal with a suspicious character who wants to make bets of $1 million per hand.
Danny and Delinda decide to keep their romance a secret; the department heads go on a paintball retreat.
Danny and Mike divide their time between investigating a string of robberies in the residential suites and posing for a beefcake calendar; Jillian panics when her therapist tells her that her marriage sets a bad example for Delinda.
Mary nervously plans a wedding for one of Sam's biggest whales; unusual card-counters plague the casino.
Danny apprehends a chip thief who claims he met someone who plans to blow up the Montecito.
When Monica's friend, Norma Pitts (Sarah Ann Morris), finds a finger in the Montecito's new buffet, she has everyone worried that she will sue.
NASCAR driver Jimmie Johnson acts as a celebrity judge at the Montecito's car show; Danny and Mike find, in a bathtub full of ice, a man with a kidney missing.
The auditor's report shows a $2.9 million discrepancy when the Montecito staff applies for the annual license renewal; Danny's former Marine sergeant (Dale Dye) visits the hotel, and the two wind up in a bar fight.
With great fanfare, the Montecito prepares for the grand opening of Wolfgang Puck's restaurant.
Danny and Ed must rely on amateur sex-video footage to help them track down the person who stole diamonds from the Montecito during the taping of a music video.
During a nationally televised poker tournament, Danny and Mike suspect someone is cheating and investigate security footage, despite protests from the show's producer.
A stunning change of events thwarts a hostile takeover of the Montecito; a thug mugs Mike, who leaves Danny to seek his revenge.
When the Montecito hosts a comic book convention, fans mistake Monica (Lara Flynn Boyle) for the comic book heroine Mothwoman.
Danny, Monica and FBI Agent Portis review the security measures being taken to protect the Kashmir Sapphire, a priceless gemstone on loan and display at the Montecito.
Danny has a flashback to 1962 and being director of entertainment at the Jubilee Hotel and Casino.
Despite Mike and Mary's warnings, Danny locates the mystery woman who appears in photos with his father and offers to pay her medical expenses.
Ed's plan to rid himself of undue stress ends when he discovers he is a victim of identity theft.
Danny and Penny's relationship hits new levels; Jilian sprains her ankle and convinces Ed to walk the family dog at a local show; Mike must rescue Monica from her shower.
When a card counter's daughter is kidnapped, Danny, Mike and Ed reunite with Dr. Cavanaugh (Jill Hennessy) to solve the high-stakes crime.
Ed tries to keep the new boss out of the loop while he figures out who has been making counterfeit chips; Danny's accountant suggests he sell his father's house and refers him to an attractive real estate agent (Rachael Leigh Cook).
Ed tries to get the Montecito reopened while working for a new boss and trying to lure back his former staff.
The new owner of the Montecito plans some big changes to the property and to the personnel.
Colorful billionaire Fred Puterbaugh (Jon Lovitz) returns to the Montecito with his girlfriend (Ashanti); a beguiling magician uses his skills to help Ed catch a slippery thief.
Mary meets her secret admirer; when a philandering hotel guest (Dave Foley) loses his wedding ring at a local brothel, Mike agrees to help him find it.
Ed suspects that a Gestapolike police unit has compromised the hotel's security system and is watching everyone, so he enlists Danny and Mike to expose the phantom mole.
Ed relies on human ingenuity when cutting-edge technology fails to catch a thief in the act; Mary and Mike intervene when a cheating husband is caught red-handed.
When Danny's friend, an ex-Marine turned politician, gets caught in a scandal involving a runaway child, he vows to help, but quickly discovers that people are not always who they seem to be.
When petty mobsters attempt to extort money from a local restaurant owner, Ed asks an old friend, Frank (Sylvester Stallone), to protect the owner.
Sam's excitement about hosting a billionaire (Dean Cain) at the Montecito turns to dismay when her clients are caught cheating the horse-racing system, requiring Danny to come to her aid.
Ed decides to shake things up as the casino enters the slow season, so he orders the staff to swap jobs.
A beautiful former co-worker pays a visit to Ed, but her presence puts everyone in danger; when Delinda and Nessa compete for the attentions of a high roller, their friendly competition quickly gets out of hand.
Danny's generous act gets him into trouble with the police, leaving Ed to clean up the mess; Delinda enlists the aid of a singer to convince the chef that the restaurant should be open for lunch.
A hotel guest is an apparent suicide, but further investigation by Delinda points to murder, so she sends Danny and Ed to search for the killer.
When Ed is kidnapped, Danny and Mike franticly search the city for him, a task made more difficult by Ed refusing to let them call the police or pay the ransom.
Sam learns one of her clients is laundering money for a drug cartel through the resort; Mike is convinced he has met the woman of his dreams and works hard to persuade her to date him.
Danny and Mike's attempt to find a missing girl leads them to a man with a criminal past; Delinda becomes enamored with the Polyphonic Spree, an unusual musical group, and its leader, Tim DeLaughter.
Ed uses past connections and old-school tactics to track down the thief who stole a priceless work of art from the Montecito, leading to a tense reunion with his former partner (Alec Baldwin).
Ed, Danny and Mike work to help Dr. Jordan Cavanaugh (Jill Hennessy) and Detective Woody Hoyt (Jerry O'Connell) as they try to solve the murder of a high-stakes gambler who appears to have had many enemies.
Danny and Mike prepare their youth football team for the Casino League championship game and search for a missing casino employee and aspiring inventor, who is the father of one of the team members.
Nessa questions everything Ed has told her about her father when a mysterious woman tells her that he is still alive and wishes to contact her.
Danny agrees to help the wife of an ex-Marine by watching her baby while she attends an interview, but he becomes concerned when she doesn't return; Sam hosts a man who intentionally throws his money away to confound his soon-to-be ex-wife.
Danny and Mike investigate when a truckload of lobsters is stolen en route to the hotel, while Sam travels across the country to get replacement lobsters.
Ed is framed for murder when enemies from his past resurface, and Danny and Mike take matters into their own hands; Sam, Mary, Nessa and Delinda select what they believe are the perfect tenants for their new investment property.
Danny and Sam try to figure out the tactics of a ring of card counters; Fred Puterbaugh (Jon Lovitz) professes his love for Nessa, much to her dismay; Ed and Danny deal with an archaeologist's find near the hotel pool.
Danny surprises everyone by returning home, but his memories of the war make it hard for him to adjust to life; Ed, Mike and Danny must track down three suspicious characters who are making mischief in the casino.
Danny and Mike search for the source of the phony $100 bills suddenly surfacing at the casino, despite Danny's urgent letter requiring him to report back to active duty.
Nessa attempts to calm a blackjack player with a bomb strapped to his chest, while Danny discovers there is another bomb planted by an accomplice.
Danny asks Mike for his technical expertise when someone steals $5 million in diamonds from one of the guests.
Nessa tries to uncover the truth about a mystery man (Christian Kane) known only as 'Bob the rover'; Danny hunts for a peeping cameraman; Sam enters an eating contest.
Thieves snatch a guest's wallet before he can spend his winnings; the security team assesses a suspicious machine with an unusually high payout pattern; Ed discovers Jillian (Cheryl Ladd) has been hanging out with singer Mark McGrath.
An escaped murderer seeks revenge against Sam for testifying against him; the hotel hosts a statewide cheerleading competition; Nessa discusses the merits of Manchester United with a trio of rowdy British soccer fans.
A resident (Sean Astin) wins the jackpot at a slot machine, then fakes his own death; Ed's mother (June Lockhart) regales the staff with stories of her son's childhood; a couple uses coupons to avoid spending any money in Las Vegas.
Ed, Danny and Sam follow a high roller to New Orleans to collect $5 million; an unruly clan of farmers gather for a family reunion; Mike coordinates the world's largest wet T-shirt contest.
An action star (Jean-Claude Van Damme) dies while executing a stunt for his latest movie; a rival casino host squares off against Sam for the patronage of a high roller.
Danny and Ed introduce a suicidal guest (Jon Lovitz) to the thrill of gambling; Sam gets cozy with a client, then his fiancee (Paris Hilton) comes to town.
A hotel guest is shot dead on the casino floor during a blackout; trapped Danny and Mary rehash old feelings; Mike and Ed are locked inside the surveillance room.
Ed's former CIA buddy (Alec Baldwin) installs a security system which immediately detects a breach made by a computer hacker staying at the hotel.
Ed and Danny referee clashes between rival camps during the premiere boxing match of the year; Danny threatens to cancel the fight after the theft of a manager's prosthetic limb; Ed questions the fluctuating odds on an undercard fight.
Danny and Ed search the hotel when a member of a husband-and-wife magic troupe vanishes; Mike runs into an old friend from college.
Sam brings one of the premier high rollers (Michael Paul Chan) to the Montecito, promising to arrange a rare reunion with his two high-profile daughters.
A stalker disrupts a pop diva's (Sheryl Lee Ralph) performance at the hotel; Ed reunites with a former partner (Mimi Rogers); Sam tries to evict a guest lodged in a prime suite who refuses to gamble.
A con artist (Alana De La Garza) scams the daughter of a surveillance specialist into exchanging counterfeit chips for cash; Mary helps a couple down on their luck with tickets to see Wayne Newton.
When Ed leaves Danny in charge of the hotel, a computer glitch causes hundreds of guests to be locked out of their rooms.
Danny and Ed hunt for a sexual predator targeting hotel guests; Danny and Mike suspect three MIT students of planning an electronic heist when they arrive with the latest high-tech equipment.
Cheaters plan to score $10 million with the help of the best pit boss in Vegas -- Nessa; a psychic warns Mary of an audience member's death; Sam plays matchmaker for a lonely lady.
Danny and Ed become suspicious when a high roller cashes in chips but never plays a hand; Ed's cousin meets the woman of his dreams at the roulette wheel and decides to get married immediately.
The body of Danny's childhood friend is found in the desert; Ed conceals the identity of an ultraconservative senator; Mary contends with an actor who takes his role as King Arthur too seriously.
Big Ed Deline leads a surveillance team charged with maintaining security at one of the largest casinos in Sin City; protege Danny McCoy must foil a team of high-tech cheats.
Danny, Mike e Sam correm para resolver as táticas de um anel de contadores de cartas. Enquanto isso, Nessa depara-se com o retorno de Fred Puterbaugh que professa seu amor e admiração por ela.
A generosidade de Danny cria problemas com a polícia e Ed precisa esclarecer a confusão; Delinda tenta convencer o chef a abrir o restaurante para almoço.
Danny e Delinda percebem algo estranho quando eles tentam conseguir um cliente para pagar o seu guia e eles encontram um convidado que parece ter cometido suicídio, mas Delinda suspeita que ele tenha sido assassinado.
Ed é sequestrado e Danny e Mike o procuram desesperadamente pela cidade; Mary e Melinda estendem o tapete vermelho para Duran Duran.
Sam se envolve com um cartel de drogas quando descobre que um de seus clientes está lavando dinheiro adquirido com tráfico dentro do Montecito. Quando Ed descobre, Sam concorda em ajudar o FBI a capturar os integrantes-chave da operação.
Ed e Mike se unem para descobrir pistas de um possível sequestro. Seus esforços os levam a um homem com um passado criminal e também obrigam Mike a relembrar tristes fatos de sua infância.
Ed usa contatos do passado e táticas antigas para rastrear o ladrão que roubou uma peça de arte de valor incalculável do Montecito, o que resulta em um encontro tenso com seu ex-parceiro.
Danny e Mike preparam uma equipe infantil de futebol americano para o campeonato do Casino.
Uma mulher surge procurando por Nessa e diz ter contato com seu pai. Ela informa que ele precisa falar com Nessa. Ed tenta impedir um roubo que envolve milhões no cassino.
Danny concorda em ajudar a ex-esposa de um oficial da marinha ao cuidar de seu bebê de 8 meses enquanto ela faz uma entrevista. Porém a mulher não volta e deixa Danny cuidando da criança.
Danny volta da Guerra para a surpresa de todos, especialmente Mary. Quando Danny tenta voltar à sua vida normal, lembranças da Guerra o perseguem e suas ações preocupam todos.
Quando o amigo de Danny, torna-se um político, ele é pego em um escândalo envolvendo uma criança em fuga, ele promete ajudar, mas rapidamente descobre que as pessoas nem sempre são o que parecem ser.
Quando pequenos mafiosos tentam extorquir dinheiro do dono de um restaurante local, Ed pergunta a um velho amigo, Frank (Sylvester Stallone), para proteger o dono.
Sam está emocionado que o bilionário (Dean Cain) está hospedado no Montecito, mas tudo se transforma em desespero quando seus clientes são pegos tentando enganar o sistema de corridas de cavalos, e Danny tem que vir ao seu auxílio.
Ed decide agitar as coisas quando o casino entra na baixa temporada, então ele manda o pessoal trocar de emprego.
Um bela ex-colega de trabalho faz uma visita a Ed, mas sua presença coloca todos em perigo, quando Delinda e Nessa disputam pela atenção de um grande jogador, a competição amigável rapidamente foge do seu controle.
Membro do Conselho Casey Manning oferece um lugar para Ed e avisa Sam que sua posição está ameaçada; Danny e Mike investigam um casal suspeito com resultados surpreendentes.
O bilionário Fred Puterbaugh (Jon Lovitz) retorna para o Montecito com sua namorada (Ashanti); um mágico sedutor usa suas habilidades para ajudar Ed a pegar um ladrão.
Maria encontra o seu admirador secreto, quando um hóspede do hotel mulherengo (Dave Foley) perde seu anel de casamento em um bordel local, Mike concorda em ajudá-lo a encontrá-lo.
Sam é seduzida por um 'vampiro' que misteriosamente aparece em seu quarto; Delinda está cuidando de seu primo que quer se divertir em Sin City.
Ed conta com engenhosidade humana quando a tecnologia não consegue pegar um ladrão em flagrante; Mary e Mike intervem quando um marido que está traindo sua esposa é pego em flagrante.