Elsewhere, Sam exploits her big-money clients' need for romance; and an enigmatic woman has an impact on Cooper. Mary is upset with everyone when she discovers she is the last to know about Danny and Delinda. Season 5, Episode 4 October 12, 2007 Season 5, Episode 4 October 12, 2007 The Montecito hosts a spokesmodel-search contest, but the event is sabotaged. Meanwhile, Delinda's childhood boyfriend Jay, shows up with news that he is dying of cancer- and of his final wish to sleep with her. He begins to worry everybody, particularly Ed and Mary. Delinda thinks she found the greatest pastry chef, but after only a few days, the chef's attitude makes her want to fire her.
Delinda takes over for Ed and finds herself bored stiff after having to attend a city hall meeting while Sam and Mary take over surveillance. They soon discover the two cases are related. Danny and Mike are enlisted to protect the gorgeous woman with a mysterious background, and find it to be much harder than expected. Elsewhere, Ed and Danny deal with an archeologist's find near the hotel pool that leads to a scam. He takes his role a bit too seriously and irritates everyone. Lewis Kris Dobkin April 25, 2002 2002-04-25 23.
When Delinda investigates further, she suspects murder and dispatches Danny and Ed on a mission to find the killer which places Delinda in jeopardy. Meanwhile, Sam begrudgingly mentors the girlfriend of casino owner Gavin Brunson, until Sam discovers that her seemingly innocent understudy is scheming to get her fired. Sam, Delinda and Nessa who are desperate to be contestants on Joe's show, compete with each other for his attention. Season 5, Episode 17 February 8, 2008 Season 5, Episode 17 February 8, 2008 Security scopes out a horse-race bettor Terry Bradshaw with an unblemished winning streak. Elsewhere, Delinda tries to prove she's a good person by cooking food for the homeless, but ends up doing more harm than good in the process.
Cooper appears to be the guilty party---especially after he vanishes. Despite his efforts to get himself off of the hook, the judge refuses, leaving Ed to have to trust Mike with manning the home base. The show had humor and drama. Elsewhere, a man's bride-to-be strands him at the altar, leaving Mary to save his trip from being a complete disaster. But as the scene lacks all evidence normally connected to an overdose, the team soon suspects murder.
James Caan left the series before the show ended. . Meanwhile, Mary testifies against her father. And Delinda attempts to seduce Danny. Elsewhere, Delinda escorts her sheepishly innocent Amish cousin as he sows his oats on the Vegas strip before returning to the simple life. Meanwhile, Sam witnesses a murder---or was the deadly deed just a hallucination? Meanwhile, Sam is stuck entertaining her rich client's grandmother Kathryn Joosten ; and Danny rehearses how he'll take the pregnant Delinda to the hospital, using Polly Suzanne Whang as a stand-in for Delinda.
The guys of the casino are also contending with two of the dumbest guys on earth, one of who has a microchip in his arm. Mary has to give orientation to topless women, employed by the hotel to entertain guests. Meanwhile Sara and Nick try to find out the identity and cause of death of a badly decomposed body found in a leather bag. Catherine and Sara are sent to investigate a murder of a clerk at a remote convenience store. At the casino, Ed must find out if the robbery was an inside job. During the case she finds out some disturbing facts about how her old mentor handled the case. Season 5, Episode 10 November 30, 2007 Season 5, Episode 10 November 30, 2007 The fallout from the Montecito robbery impacts the staffers, particularly Danny, whose uncle seems to have been involved in the crime.
Upon finding a clue that connects all the victims, Grissom and Catherine end up in a court room, where the judge bears an uncanny resemblance to Millander. Meanwhile, Danny's car, his most prized possession, is stolen on Christmas Eve. Elsewhere, Sam and Mike are dispatched to deal with mysterious screams coming from an elderly couple's room. However, he is acting strangely as the memories of the war haunt him. Meanwhile, Danny and Mary leave Las Vegas for a romantic trip to Los Angeles, amidst rumors that they will return as a married couple. Meanwhile Nick investigates the death of a woman who drowned in the middle of the desert. At one point in the show, Josh Duhamel and Molly Simms' character were having a love affair.
Meanwhile, Sam, Nessa, Mary and Delinda desperately attempt to find tenants for their new joint-purchased home, settling on what they think to be the perfect tenants, only to discover they've misjudged the situation. Elsewhere, a flu epidemic hits the Montecito and Mary tries to cover for the many employees who call in sick. The show also involved love affairs and guest stars. Meanwhile, is trying to convince Delinda to allow the Montecito to be the site of his next music video. Cooper doesn't help matters by disappearing.
His frantic search for the piece leads to an uncomfortable reunion with his former partner Jack Keller, who cannot be trusted. Mary plans to confront her father. But as the Sheriff and a lot of others have no trouble believing it's a suicide and the evidence doesn't immediately support his theory, he has to go through a lot of trouble to prove murder. Danny and Mike must find him before the police do. The show cast consisted of James Caan, Josh Duhamel, Vanessa Marcil, Nikki Cox, and Molly Simms.
The flu couldn't hit at a worse time given that a critic from a high-end travel magazine is staying at the Montecito. Season 5, Episode 18 February 15, 2008 Season 5, Episode 18 February 15, 2008 Thieves storm the Montecito and hold staffers hostage in a bid to pilfer a rare stamp. Sam arranges a Vegas-style wedding for one of her clients, but it comes to a screeching halt when their lucky rings are lost. His character was an ex-military man. Elsewhere, Mary and Mike intervene when a cheating husband is caught red-handed. Meanwhile, Piper helps a geeky boy become more mainstream for his bar mitzvah.