Las Vegas (2003–2008)

Three Weddings and a Funeral: Part 1 

An expensive stamp gets stolen; one of Sam's whales gives her a $50,000 chip as a tip.


Bill Norton


Gary Scott Thompson (creator), Rob Wright | 1 more credit »


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Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Josh Duhamel ... Danny McCoy
James Lesure ... Mike Cannon
Vanessa Marcil ... Sam Marquez
Molly Sims ... Delinda Deline
Tom Selleck ... A.J. Cooper
Camille Guaty ... Piper Nielsen
David Wells ... Howard Post
Jason Brooks ... Barry Limnick
Robert Cicchini
Mitch Longley Mitch Longley ... Mitch Sassen
Ari Zagaris Ari Zagaris ... Stanley
Kevin Brief ... Mr. Logan
Charles C. Stevenson Jr. ... Mr. Flannigan
Michelle Renea Michelle Renea ... Sexy Girl #1
Britainie DeGarbott ... Sexy Girl #2


Piper stumbles upon a robbery in progress and ends up a hostage while Danny and Mike try to take care of things from the inside. Dalinda loses most of her staff to illness and her restaurant has to close for the night, where Cooper offers to cook dinner for her, while she plans to cook up a dish of her own pumping him for info on his personal life. Sam plays hostess to a neurotic man and has no idea what he's really in Las Vegas for. Written by Moviedude1

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February 2008 (USA) See more »

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The final episode of the show was actually the first of a planned two-part episode entitled "Three Weddings and a Funeral". The last original episode aired, with the "To Be Continued" tag at the end of the episode, in February 2008. The writers' strike hit and the show was cancelled by the network, so "Three Weddings and a Funeral Part II" was never made. On the DVD of season 5, the last two episodes are paired together as "Three Weddings and a Funeral Parts I and II", even though the two episodes are not linked by storylines. The next-to-last episode on the DVD, entitled "TWAAF Part I", was actually titled "High Steaks" when it aired. See more »


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