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Las Vegas: Season 3

4.6 out of 5 stars 93 customer reviews

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What happens in Vegas…is now yours to own as the sizzling third season of Las Vegas comes to DVD in Dolby Digital 5.1 Surround Sound with sexy uncut and uncensored footage you couldn't see on TV! Join Ed (James Caan), Danny (Josh Duhamel), Mary (Nikki Cox), Delinda (Molly Sims), and Sam (Vanessa Marcil) in 23 fast-paced episodes as they take on the high-stakes swindlers, card sharks, and hostile takeovers at the Montecito Resort and Casino. Checking in for the excitement are such glamorous guest stars as Lara Flynn Boyle, Dean Cain, Ron Jeremy, Cheryl Ladd, Rachael Leigh Cook, Dennis Rodman, and more! It's time to call on Lady Luck, take a spin at the wheel, and place your bets on the cast TV Guide calls "…the coolest casino crew on TV."

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Equal parts drama, slapstick comedy, and soap opera, this third season of Las Vegas is all fun. Welcome to the Montecito, a casino and hotel that's so desirable that the only thing more attractive than its clientele is its smoking-hot staff. Each episode contains some kind of crime--a victim whose kidney was stolen, a woman pretending to be a deceased man's fiancée, an employee who chops off his own finger and serves it up in a shrimp cocktail. That kind of thing. It's up to Ed (James Caan) and his surveillance experts Danny (Josh Duhamel) and Mike (James Lesure) to make sure everyone plays nice. Also included in every episode is a bit of Love Boat-style shenanigans. Everyone has slept with each other but is too cool to admit to the object of their affection how they really feel. And the season ends with the double cliffhanger of a wedding and, possibly, a funeral for two of the principal characters.

Caan is a joy to watch as he chews up the scenery. Interviewing a prospective new employee, he admonishes the recruit to never again refer to him as "Mr. Ed" if he wants to be seriously considered for the position. In a sly nod to his work in The Godfather films, Ed also says he has no idea who Sonny Corleone is. While Duhamel and Lesure exude charm and charisma, as does Vanessa Marcil as the Montecito's feisty casino hostess, some of the other actors don't fare as well. Supermodel Molly Sims, who portrays Ed's daughter Delinda, is a beauty but her acting is still a little stiff. The same goes for Nikki Cox, who plays good girl Mary, as well as Cheryl Ladd (who's saddled with a thankless role as Ed's somewhat annoying wife). Airing during the 2005-2006 television season, Las Vegas attracted its share of celebrity guest stars, including Dean Cain, Rachael Leigh Cook, and a charming Jerry O'Connell, who reprises his Crossing Jordan character here. But leave it to Lara Flynn Boyle to add some umph to the show. Her final episode is one of the series' most unrealistic ever--but also one of the funniest and most memorable. Let's just say she gives the Wicked Witch in The Wizard of Oz a run for her money. --Jae-Ha Kim


Special Features

Disc 5:
  • Gag Reel
  • In with the New

  • Product Details

    • Actors: James Caan, Josh Duhamel, Nikki Cox, Vanessa Marcil, Molly Sims
    • Format: Multiple Formats, Box set, Color, NTSC
    • Language: English (Dolby Digital 5.1)
    • Subtitles: English, Spanish
    • Region: Region 1 (U.S. and Canada only. Read more about DVD formats.)
    • Aspect Ratio: 1.78:1
    • Number of discs: 5
    • Rated:
      NR
      Not Rated
    • Studio: Universal Studios Home Entertainment
    • DVD Release Date: September 12, 2006
    • Run Time: 978 minutes
    • Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (93 customer reviews)
    • ASIN: B000G75ARU
    • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #6,927 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)
    • Learn more about "Las Vegas: Season 3" on IMDb

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    This DVD is great to watch anytime. It's a serious, yet silly, but very funny television series. The casting director did a fabulous job fitting the characters together, because they work so well as a team, and they look great together. They seem so real, and sincere. Their characters appear to be true and caring friends and partners. It's definitely worth buying!
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    In season 3 the new owner is revealed and it's Monica (Lara Flynn Boyle) who's a sexy but mean control freak. Her on the show was some of it's more entertaining points. That is if you ignore her horrible exit from the show. She blows right of the roof and flies right through a shoe store window. Some how the show still had some life left in it after though and it still survived for a year and a half later. If it was gonna get canceled though that was the best time to do it and not by leaving us on the edge of ours seats with a To Be Continued!

    Anyway, after Monice died tragically stupid, she's replaced as the new owner by Dean Cain who plays Sam's ex-husband. He's some-what annoying and no where near as entertaining as Lara Flynn Boyle was. While it also bugged me that there's no mention of Nessa after awhile. After she leaves to go see her sister along with Delinda in the 2nd season finale, it's left off with someone after her. They never got into what happened next. In the beginning of season 3, Ed's just seen looking at a picture of her and Mike's talking about how he had a chance with her. So I had a problem with that but it was still an entertaining show with a lot of energy, despite it's flaws. Hell, I wish it was never canceled!
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    Don't get me wrong, I enjoyed the season and do not regret purchasing it in any way. It's not great art and all the plots aren't fully realistic, but it's just meant to be a fun and entertaining series which it is.

    Seasons one and two were extraordinary. I have a couple of quibbles with all the celebrity guests who show up just to show up, but that was a minor nit and I really liked almost every single episode of those seasons. Season three, just somehow seems to have lost something to the formula. It's really hard for me to explain, but it's just sort of like all the characters don't quite fit into the same overall plot for an episode sometimes. Just somehow the cohesion isn't quite right at times. That's not to say the episodes are still enjoyable, it just seems at times they try to get to many different plots at the same time and had to give short shrift to a few.

    For anyone who's not really familiar with the show, you should really start with seasons one and/or two or you are probably going to be lost. The basic plot is that it's a casino in Las Vegas it's run by the characters shown on the box as department heads. The casinos brought under new management and they have to deal with that for most of the first half. Then they have some other issues in the second half of the season but I can't get into without spoiling it. Picture sort of a drama/comedy/detective show set in a casino where any number of crazy people and visiting. Don't think too hard and you'll have a lot of fun.

    I would still suggest this season to anybody who's a fan of the show. I got a great deal of enjoyment out of it.
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    This is a very good series. I made sure to purchase all of them. The show is a little funny, a little action and even a little drama from time to time. It's nice to change up for all the cop procedural shows.
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    Las Vegas is the perfect show for anyone who wants to "live" and "breathe" the everyday life of the most famous gambling city in the world
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    Season 3 was a pretty decent season of Las Vegas. It went downhill in the last season. So this was a good season. It is fun to watch them and Vegas is still pretty much the way it is depicted here. They did a good job keeping it somewhat timely in that it does't feel really that dated yet.
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    I'm sure fans of the television show "Las Vegas" will want to get all 6 seasons, but if there are specific shows you wish to purchase it's probably more cost-effective to buy just one season. Season 3 incudes Lara Flynn Boyle as Monica Mancuso, the new owner of the Montecito. The character of Nessa Holt has been cut from the story, but all the rest of the original cast members remain. Season 3 still has all the trade-mark high-end cinematography, flashy/sexy Vegas fashions and chase scenes that make this series a visual pleasure.
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    This is a Las Vegas, a look behind the scenes at what might be the people and the business. You begin to understand the business side of Vagas and too soon it's over. I missed this when it ran on TV the first time and got a chance to view some episodes on cable; that's why I got this to fill in the voids.

    I enjoyed it and have no regrets.
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