The Montecito staff members along with the Las Vegas police have their hands full as they try to discover who killed Mary's father while investigating the recent hotel robbery.
A mysterious cowboy pays the tax debts of the Montecito and becomes the new owner.
The new owner of the Montecito, A.J. Cooper, introduces himself to the staff an brings a new campaign with him: "Anything Can Happen." The staff get worried that people might get fired.
Sam is seeing a psychiatrist because of her recent abduction, but she won't open up to him. Instead, she tells him everything about her colleagues.
Danny and Mike vie for the Chief of Operations job, straining their friendship, as Sam's therapy leads her to question the depth of her friendships.
Sam thinks she sees a stabbing while having an anxiety attack during a bikini contest, but when a body can't be found, she's not so sure.
When Cooper wakes up with a dead woman in his bed, he disappears to find out who set him up, leaving Mike and Danny to pick up the pieces.
Delinda hires a psycho pastry chef, Sam loses to Cooper at a high stakes poker game, and Mike falls in love with a woman he's forced to leave.
Delinda begins a citywide campaign advocating for better rights for exotic dancers in Sin City.
Sam consults a matchmaker to find more whales; Delinda becomes obsessed with greening the Montecito; and Cooper may have met his match in business rival, Erin Hudson.
Danny's position in the casino becomes more and more challenging for him, when a fire inspector and Danny's uncle show up unannounced.
Las Vegas has to struggle with the effects of the Montecito attack, while the main suspect seems to be Danny's uncle.
When Mike's feeling sorry for himself at Christmas, his Christmas tree knocks him out for a Las Vegas version of "A Christmas Carol."
Sam's whale ditches his fiance for being too thin; the girls help Piper recover from heartbreak; and Cooper sends Mike and Danny to Wyoming to see a man about a horse.
Mobsters, bounty hunters and the FBI converge on the Montecito to take down a fugitive, drawing out a mysterious man that Cooper seems to know, but refuses to talk about.
Danny and Delinda's parenting class makes them feel unprepared and Piper gets herself in trouble with the gaming commission.
Mike and Piper try to lure a hot new bartender to the Montecito and find themselves sampling the cocktails and partaking in one of Vegas' oldest clichés.
Danny and Mike decide to play in a 2 on 2 basketball competition where the stakes become more then they anticipated.
Pete Skinner seems to have a perfect winning streak while betting on horses, which makes Danny and Mike suspicious.
Delinda bonds with Cooper, while Mike and Danny team up to figure out the next move of a group of casino thieves who have taken over security during a rare stamp auction.
When Mike rushes to set up a fake wedding to satisfy his family, Delinda and Danny and Sam and Vic hop on the wedding train, only to have the triple ceremony canceled when Cooper is feared dead.