Due to coverage of the news in Boston, this week’s episode of Vegas was pushed back to air Saturday night.
Here’s a recap in case you missed it!
The episode’s opening reminded us exactly who Sheriff Ralph Lamb is – a rancher. When a bull gets lose o more
When Vegas is on a roll, it can be a heck of a good time and that was the case for " Scoundrels "
Dixon's plight brought out the best and worst in everyone and poor Yvonne was left to stand and watch as Violet once again ruined her night. Read Mor more
" Hollywood Ending " had just that. Though most of the twists and turns were predictable, I can't say I didn't enjoy the ride.
The biggest surprise of the night was Mia's mother's arrival in town. Unfortunately the twist fell a bit flat. Since we more
Well, Vegas finally came back after the longest hiatus in tv history. I’ve missed it. They’ve moved the show to Friday nights, which we all know means they’re planning to cancel it. I truly hope they don’t. It’s a wonderful little show that deserves a cha more
" Little Fish " had the girls leaving town and the cowboys on the losing end…or so it seemed.
Apparently Frank Blackwell likes his hookers young, which turned out to be a problem for the Savoy. As I watched, I contemplated how things hav more
“Never trust a man sellin’ diet shakes,” as Vegas taught this week.
When the body of Bert Lattimer is found on the side of the road, shot straight in the forehead Sheriff Lamb dives into his investigation. According to Bert’s wife, whom Bert was suppos more
I’m fairly confidant in saying that tonight’s episode of Vegas was my favorite thus-far. Directly following from last week’s drama of Jack shooting Johnny Rizzo, the episode carried the investigation with a quiet tension, while subplots ran parallel.
While last night’s Vegas may not have had the greatest investigation, it was certainly compelling in its other storylines.
The case this week revolved around the apparent poisoning of Fay Binder, one of three sisters in a family singing group “The Teen more