A teen flees his gang-ridden neighborhood in search of his father (Calvin Levels), a croupier whose underworld dealings have gotten him into hot water; travelers used to a simpler way of life are stranded in Las Vegas, where they try to avoid the near temptation of sin. Rap artist Coolio plays D.J. Jacob: Keith Coulouris.
A model commits suicide, but her manager soon finds a lookalike replacement. Meanwhile, a husband (Victor Love) tries to profit from his wife's psychic abilities. Chris: Natalie Venetia Belcon. Horace: Kevin Taylor James. Watcher: Sir Mix-a-Lot.
An architect's marriage crumbles when his wife (Kimberly Kates) becomes involved in a blackmail scheme; a talent-contest winner (Todd Tesen) enjoys the fast life---for a while. Rich Little has a cameo. Jack: Erich Anderson. Padre: David Labiosa. Watcher: Sir Mix-a-Lot.
A showgirl (Teri Austin) has 24 hours to live; a gambler's bet on the lottery may be his ticket to easy street; an aging rock star (Cheap Trick's Robin Zander) longs for a wild night. Bun E. Carlos, Rick Nielsen and Tom Petersson (also of Cheap Trick) appear. Max: Charles Richard Grant.
A down-and-out con artist (Chick Vennera) has a contract put out on himself---then has a change of fortune; a husband (Andrew Hill Newman) takes his indifferent family to Vegas for a dream vacation. Lou Rawls has a cameo. Brenda: Romy Rosemont. Lucky: William Garson. Carson: John Christian Graas.
A gigolo (Matthew Letscher) charms his way into the hearts---and pocketbooks---of wealthy women; a chimpanzee witnesses its trainer's murder. Sascha: Dennis Christopher. Stefan: John Pyper-Ferguson. Lauren: Jamie Rose. The Watcher: Sir Mix-a-Lot
A murdered exec (Kato Kaelin) is granted an extra 48 hours to bring his killers to justice---and punch his own ticket to heaven; a motorcycle daredevil (Matthew Glave) has second thoughts about risking his life; and a hit man has suspicions about his new lover. Miller: John Toles-Bey. Blake: John Mariano. Toni: Tracy Douglas.
An alcoholic mother (Ely Pouget) searches for her runaway daughter---aided by a vampire (Paula Barbieri); a cop poses as a hooker to bust potential clients; a stand-up comic (D.L. Hughley) performs before a tough audience---the comedian-turned-gangster whose material he stole. Mary: Dana Barron. Rita: Randi Ingerman.
A dying man (Bill Cobbs) resorts to desperate measures to visit his granddaughter; and the bad luck of an alcoholic (Noah Blake) turns around when he finds a ring---and a new love. Roxanne: Renee Coleman. Prichard: Spencer Garrett. Miguel: Yul Vazquez. Watcher: Sir Mix-a-Lot.
A quarterback (Anthony Smith of the L.A. Raiders) who helped throw a game---thereby injuring his friend---confronts his guilt; a cold-hearted physician and a troubled boy cross paths; a disillusioned actress (Lisa Engelman) longs for her childhood innocence. Barrington: Al Ruscio. Jimmy: Thomas Hobson. Stranger: Peter Sands.
A washed-up boxer (Cress Williams) fighting to make a comeback must battle his own demons and a drug addiction. Meanwhile, two hustlers turn on each other when each thinks the other has cheated him. Alexander Pope: John Toles-Bey. Sarah: Tracy Douglas. Harry Feldman: Jack Carter.
A wealthy man's abusive ways push his girlfriend and loyal butler (Gretchen Palmer, SaMi Chester) to the edge; a gambler (Jay Baker) gets a break from a dealer---for a price; a disfigured woman (Mayte Vilan) thinks she's found love at last. Ike Masters: Byron Allen. Roland: Neal McDonough. Scott: Dean Cochran.