In the second-season opener, Danny returns from his military assignment with baggage; a pair of clueless brothers have no identities; Sam and Delinda disagree on how to please morticians. Harry: Michael DeLuise. Tom: David DeLuise. Marcus: Bryan Callen. Leo: Eric Dane. Mitch: Mitch Longley. Danny: Josh Duhamel. Mary: Nikki Cox. Delinda: Molly Sims.
A big winner (Jon Lovitz) returns to woo Nessa; an apparent beginner's lucrative bets attract attention; Danny finds a potential artifact on hotel property; a topless sunbathing area is opened. Lisa: Jolie Jenkins. Tyler: Andrew Reville. Dortch: Matt Winston. Snow: Spencer Garrett. Leo: Eric Dane. Crawford: Jon Curry. Stacy: Rachel Sterling. Nessa: Marsha Thomason. Sam: Vanessa Marcil. Ed: James Caan.
Implicated in a murder, Ed disdains help from Mike and Danny, who've joined the girls to buy a house as a rental property. Siegel: Kurt Fuller. Tolliver: James Eckhouse. Heyman: Michael Cavanaugh. Gerhardt: Michael Hitchcock. Reiner: Adrian Neil. Valdivia: Frank Novak. Jillian: Cheryl Ladd.
Stolen lobsters and singer Michael Bublé's doing mime threaten to ruin a VIP reception; Delinda's childhood friend claims to be dying in order to have a final fling with her. Jay: Geoff Stults. Phelan: Wayne Pere. Big Willie: Dana Lee. Wendy: Carrie Southworth. Nelson: Benjamin Byron Davis. Katz: David Chisum. Delinda: Molly Sims. Sam: Vanessa Marcil. Nessa: Marsha Thomason.
A guest wants to lose to spite his ex-wife; a marine's widow leaves Danny holding a diaper bag; Delinda leads Mary and Nessa on a desert treasure hunt. Clint Black has a cameo. Bernard: George Hamilton. Connie: Kelsey Oldershaw. Katy: Libby Hudson. Stanley: Scott Damian. Harvey: Robert Munns. Delinda: Molly Sims. Sam: Vanessa Marcil. Nessa: Marsha Thomason.
News about Nessa's father doesn't jive with what Ed previously told her; Mary helps a widow keep her husband's memory alive. Meanwhile, illegal copying plagues a video-gaming convention. Vida: Rowena King. Hennessy: Gladise Jimenez. Carl: Bradley Snedeker. Gail: Samantha Elkin. White Boy Rasta: Michael Kopelow. Rehfuss: Josh Hammond. Nessa: Marsha Thomason. Ed: James Caan. Sam: Vanessa Marcil.
The Montecito's owner has Sam mentor a new casino host; a missing dealer leaves behind a valuable invention. The Black Eyed Peas have a cameo. Brunson: James McDaniel. Mia: Lindsay Price. Brent: Chancellor Miller. Cheryl: Judie Aronson. Majelli: Bruce Gray. Stern: Ken Weiler. Bradley: Yamil Piedra. Jake: Tony Jones. Sam: Vanessa Marcil. Mike: James Lesure.
Concluding the story from “Crossing Jordan,” Danny and Jordan pose as a married couple to infiltrate a swingers' group the victim frequented. Snoop Dogg has a cameo. Ronnie: Lou Casal. Ann: Shea Curry. Madeline: Valerie Cruz. Luis: Guy Ecker. Floor Guy: Lee Arenberg. Jillian: Cheryl Ladd. Jordan: Jill Hennessy. Woody: Jerry O'Connell. Mike: James Lesure.
An art theft from the Montecito's gallery sends Ed after an old foe (Alec Baldwin); Mike and Danny try to patch a domestic dispute between their rental tenants. Ed McMahon has a cameo. Anawalt: Vince Duvall. Beckwahr: Mark Sheppard. Eric: Andrew Bowen. Nicole: Joanna Krupa. Steve No. 1: Tim Herzog. Steve No. 2: Ransford Doherty. Wexler: Michael Rooker. Kraznau: Andrew Ableson. Schmee: Cullen Douglas.
Mike becomes obsessed with finding a damsel in apparent distress; an elopement is assumed when Danny takes Mary on a quick getaway to L.A. The Polyphonic Spree have a cameo. Johnson: Thomas DuPont. Mike: James Lesure. Mary: Nikki Cox. Danny: Josh Duhamel.
Sam stumbles onto a client's money-laundering scheme; Mike tries to impress a female engineer; Delinda falls for a rodeo cowboy. Angie: Ivana Milicevic. Alex: Paul Adelstein. Cody: Michael Lowry. Mendoza: Carlos Sanz. Agent Sipes: John Eric Bentley. Lucy: Kayren Butler. Mike: James Lesure. Delinda: Molly Sims. Sam: Vanessa Marcil.
Ed is kidnapped for an odd ransom; dueling Elvises lose a whale's lucky ring; a Duran Duran show sparks different memories for Mary and Danny. Sylvester Stallone appears as Ed's pal. Billy: David Lee Russek. Abby: Aja Evans. Kidnapper: Michael Cudlitz. Guy Elvis: Joel McCrary. Girl Elvis: Leigh-Allyn Baker. Mike: James Lesure.
Delinda finds evidence that a guest's death wasn't suicide; Nessa helps Mike impress an old flame; Sam caters to a whale with a cleanliness obsession. Nina: Sharon Leal. Steindorf: Maurice Godin. Jenny: Bree Turner. Jones: Bret Roberts. Beckman: James Tummina. Frank: Shawn Driscoll. Mike: James Lesure. Delinda: Molly Sims. Sam: Vanessa Marcil.
A difficult guest levels a serious accusation at Danny; nighttime screaming from the room next door disturbs a high roller's daughter; Paul Anka helps persuade Gunther to serve lunch. Monica: Alicia Coppola. Sokol: George D. Wallace. Mrs. Sokol: Jane A. Johnston. Luis: Guy Ecker. Danny: Josh Duhamel. Ed: James Caan.
A sniper targets Ed's one-time protégé; Nessa and Delinda compete for a whale's attention; Mary tries to cheer a jilted fiancé. Lisa: Noa Tishby. Martin: Jay Mohr. Riley: Christopher Wiehl. Mary: Nikki Cox. Nessa: Marsha Thomason. Delinda: Molly Sims.
After Ed has staffers switch jobs, pit boss Danny notices a suspicious roulette player; Mary and Sam surveil a scam; Nessa runs Mystique; and Delinda sits in for Ed at a commission meeting with Mayor Oscar Goodman. Julie: Daniella Wolters. Elmendorf: Locklyn Munro. Martinez: Miguel Najera. Gunther: Harry Groener. Nessa: Marsha Thomason. Delinda: Molly Sims. Sam: Vanessa Marcil.
Sam's big new client (Dean Cain) is also her husband; another client's horse-track bets hint of foul play; jury duty makes Ed one angry man on Valentine's Day, and Jillian isn't happy either. Burt: Steve Tom. Betty: Suzanne Ford. Judge: Megan Cole. Sam: Vanessa Marcil. Mary: Nikki Cox. Danny: Josh Duhamel.
Sylvester Stallone plays an ex-cohort of Ed's, whom Ed asks to help halt extortionists; the girls lobby host Joe Rogan for the chance to appear on “Fear Factor”; and Sam's new client skips out owing $100K. Nesterenko: Bradley Stryker. Maria: Anne Betancourt. Lola: Darlena Tejeiro. Sarasvati: Lakshmi Manchu. Polly: Monica Allgeier. Garret: Yorgo Constantine.
Danny's state-senator friend is blackmailed at the hotel; Ed suspects Sam is involved with drug dealers; and an actuary wants the thrill of one big bet. Cole: Steven Eckholdt. Clayman: Jere Burns. Shultz: Vincent Guastaferro. Justin: Marc Valera. Barnett: D.C. Douglas. J.J.: Nesa Kovacs. Mindy: Casey Weiant. Jamal: Allen Maldonado. Sam: Vanessa Marcil. Danny: Josh Duhamel. Ed: James Caan.
A high-tech “smart” 21 table fails to spot a card counter; Mary and Delinda help a woman whose husband is missing; and Tony Orlando and Don Knotts help Sam with a whale of a problem. Crissy: Heather Stephens. Grant: Robert Farrior. Adam: John Ross Bowie. Bobby: Rob Boltin. Mike: James Lesure. Nessa: Marsha Thomason. Sam: Vanessa Marcil.
During a surveillance-equipment convention, the Montecito is bugged while being evaluated for potential sale; Delinda's Amish cousin arrives to sample outside life; Sam deals with creepy clientele. Decker: Matthew Glave. Seth: Sean CW Johnson. Brunson: James McDaniel. Davis: Wolf Muser. Estefan: Victor Webster. Stern: Ken Weiler. Valet: Oliver Muirhead. Mike: James Lesure. Sam: Vanessa Marcil. Delinda: Molly Sims.
Mike's engineering idol (Dave Foley) loses his wedding ring at a brothel; a friend asks Danny to investigate a five-year-old robbery-murder; and Mary meets her secret admirer. Jake: Bailey Chase. Kenny: Terry Everett Brown. Nicki: Lenice Soren. Big Tina: Iva Franks. Mike: James Lesure. Mary: Nikki Cox. Danny: Josh Duhamel.
Ashanti has a cameo, accompanied by the once suicidal Fred Puterbaugh (Jon Lovitz), who is now interested in buying the Montecito; a sports handicapper is robbed in the parking lot. Arnold: Curtis Armstrong. Det. Jenny Cho: Sandrine Holt. Kamen: Ricky Dean Logan. Haner: Paul Keith. Avizan: Jay Avocone. Polly: Suzanne Whang. Ed: James Caan. Nessa: Marsha Thomason. Delinda: Molly Sims.
Sam's estranged husband (Dean Cain) bids on the Montecito and leaks some plans; family news unsettles Nessa; John Elway and Jon Bon Jovi trade practical jokes; and Mike's aunt---Gladys Knight---sings for the city's centennial, hosted by Mayor Oscar Goodman. George: Greg Collins. Susan: Maria McCann. “Smitty”: James Greene. Jenny: Sandrine Holt. Jake: Bailey Chase.