The Angels and Bosley head to Vegas upon being hired by Frank Howell, the owner of the Tropicana Hotel and Casino. To use his word, he, despite claiming that he hasn't an enemy in the world in he operating above board (he having won the hotel and casino outright in a craps game), believes someone is trying to "Gaslight (1944)" him, with small things not being quite right or as he remembered, with the kicker being two of his employees - a young parking lot attendant and showgirl Mary Phillips, a personal friend - being killed in the span of a week in what were both considered accidents, with the circumstances surrounding both deaths out of character. With only Frank knowing who they are, Sabrina is to go undercover as Frank's personal executive consultant, Bosley as a hotel doorman, Kelly to replace Mary's position as a dancer in the Folies Bergère production, and Kris to be a backup singer for Frank's lounge act, longtime friend and crooner, recently widowed Marty Cole, with Kelly and...
Did You Know?
The Tropicana - the hotel casino owned by Dean Martin's character in this episode - was participating in the mob "skim" at the time this episode was aired. See more
About 40 minutes into Part I, Kate Jackson and Dean Martin are standing on opposite sides of a gambling table, yet the same male extra is standing to the right of each of them (i.e. left side of screen) in every shot back and forth. See more
I run the casino up the street.
Well what did you do, come over to borrow a cup o' money?
One for the Dealer
Music by Edward J. Lakso
Lyrics by Edward J. Lakso
Performed by Edward J. Lakso
[Sung by Marty Cole (lip synced by Dick Sargent
) in the opening scene as Frank Howell wanders through the casino, then in the final scene when Frank and Sabrina say their goodbyes] See more