Vegas (2012–2013)
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Two of a Kind 

The sheriff discovers that a shooting victim had two wives, the Feds shut down the Savoy's "skim" to Chicago, Dixon helps a young actress in town to shoot a movie, and both sheriff Lamb and Vincent suspect that Jack killed Johnny Rizzo.


Jerry Levine


Nicholas Pileggi (creator), Greg Walker (creator) | 2 more credits »




Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Dennis Quaid ... Sheriff Ralph Lamb
Michael Chiklis ... Vincent Savino
Carrie-Anne Moss ... Katherine O'Connell
Sarah Jones ... Mia Rizzo
Taylor Handley ... Deputy Dixon Lamb
Jason O'Mara ... Deputy Jack Lamb
Anna Camp ... Violet Mills
Shawn Doyle ... Patrick Byrne
Paul Ben-Victor ... Barry Silver
Enver Gjokaj ... Tommy Stone
Mark Harelik ... Dr. Herman Thrane
Gene Farber ... Tamas
Marika Dominczyk ... Nadia Lattimer
Rosie Benton ... Helen Lattimer
Sonny Marinelli ... Nick 'Beansy' Cota


Ralph is investigating the shooting of a man. Initial investigation reveals that he's seeing a woman, and when they go to see her, he discovers that the woman is the man's wife. She tells them she fears that her hot headed brother may have had a confrontation with him. When they talk to him, he says he saw some one shoot him. Though he didn't see who killed him, he gave a description of the car the shooter drove and it matches the one the man's other wife drives. they suspect she found about his other wife but she doesn't know anything about it. In the meantime a movie is being shot in town and the cast and crew are staying at the Savoy. And the producer asks Stone to take care of the movie's leading lady. When she's goes out and speeds Dixon stops her. Stone then offers him a job keeping an eye on her. When she decides to go riding off into the desert Dixon follows her. The FBI comes to put a stop to Savino's skimming and he decides to use Jack to circumvent them. Written by

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Release Date:

19 February 2013 (USA) See more »

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16:9 HD
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Did You Know?


The set of the western supposedly being filmed outside Las Vegas; is Vasquez Rocks a rock formation about 30 minutes north of Los Angeles. It has been used for 70+ years by Hollywood for all sorts of movies; while mostly westerns, but the original Star Trek and two of the Star Trek movies were set there. See more »


Come On, Let's Go
Performed by Paul Weller (as Paul John Weller)
Written by Ritchie Valens
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If you lived in Las Vegas in the 60's or 70's you will love this show.
11 February 2013 | by margosollSee all my reviews

I lived in the Vegas area during the sixties and seventies, was somewhat involved in politics at the time and actually knew Ralph Lamb. I even worked on his campaigns when he had opposition, which wasn't very often.He was very much loved by the locals and it is obvious that he has consulted with the producers of this series as it is very authentic. Almost everything about the show (the people, the clubs, the music) is exactly as I remember. I especially like the way they portrayed each and almost every casino on Fremont street, which actually had cars running up and down it in those days. They did a really good job duplicating Vegas "as it was during that time" and I love the show.

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