~ Gambler Fiona assured Libby that she had written the director of “Florence of Arabia” on her behalf; they imagined what her role in the movie might be like.
~ Casino accountant Bobby received a delivery of blank accounting books and ‘personal items.’ His apprentice Peggy Sue confessed that she had stolen the old books and shown the inconsistencies to an enraged Uncle Tony.
~ Ex-boxer Rudy told his fiancée Libby that he had a life insurance policy worth two million which would either go to his widow - or to the Casino if he was unmarried at the time of his demise.
~ Guilty of skimming profits, Bobby, Joey and Vincent all feared for their lives. They decided to pin the blame on Peggy Sue, and if they needed to replace the missing funds, there was that life insurance policy on Rudy... Later, they were angry when Rudy revealed he had left a Thank You Card with the stranger he had buried in the desert.
~ FBI Agent Mac Ranker told Frankie they had dug up two murdered men. Mac also told Libby her signed photo was found in the briefcase owned by one of the deceased, Mr. Bentley of Bentley Insurance - the company that insured her earrings for half a million. Libby told him she had cancelled her insurance claim, and pretended not to know anything about the stolen payout.
~ Bellhop Jonesy was despondent that Peggy Sue was rumoured to be dating Uncle Tony. Fiona and Audrey the Showgirl encouraged him to speak from his heart.
~ With Virginia the Junior Showgirl on a ‘time out’, Audrey enjoyed the solo spotlight on the Show Lounge, until Libby impulsively took to the stage as a Showgirl.
~ Uncle Tony gave Peggy Sue a gun to protect herself, which gave her a thrill. In discussing a shared future, Tony seemed to propose marriage ...
~ Following orders from Uncle Tony, Rudy took Frankie behind the curtains to break his arms - a lesson for stealing cash from the Casino.