Charging 20 Bucks for Mobsters

Sheriff Lamb and Jack investigate the murder of the biggest contractor in Las Vegas.

Sheriff Lamb and Jack investigate the murder of the biggest contractor in Las Vegas.

Sheriff Lamb and Jack investigate the murder of the biggest contractor in Las Vegas.

Sheriff Lamb and Jack investigate the murder of the biggest contractor in Las Vegas.

I was thoroughly distracted during this episode of “Vegas.” It wasn’t because of the plot or something else going on. As soon as I saw D.B. Sweeney all I could think about was “The Cutting Edge” and how much I wanted to watch the movie.

Dad: Did you see who the bad guy was?

Me: Oh yeah. As soon as I saw him I knew he was involved. Then I couldn’t stop thinking about wanting to watch the movie.

Dad: It is a good one.

Me: You know what bugs me? We never find out if they won the gold medal. I mean, it’s great that they fell in love but what about the medal?

Dad: Yeah, that always bugs me too.

Back to the story: D.B. Sweeney helped kill a guy by putting his body in a cement mixer. I think that was supposed to make police think the Mafia was involved.

Dad: Real mobsters would have buried him in the cement, not left him in the mixer.

Me: Of course you would know that…

I am glad the brother finally made his move on Mia. I mean I get that things were slow back in the day but at his pace I was expecting him to ask her out in Season 3. What I didn’t see coming was Rizzo killing the singer, his new fiancee.

Dad: Yeah, that was cold blooded.

Me: I’m glad she’s gone though. I was not a big fan of that actress.

Dad: There was a paper company in Jersey that was a Mafia front.

Me: Oh really?

Dad: Well you keep asking me how I know so much Mafia stuff.

Me: Continue.

Dad: Russ and I used to give riding lessons to the mobsters’ kids. I charged them 20 bucks an hour to ride.

Me: And slowly the pieces start to fall into place.



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