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16th Apr '17 9:19:52 PM nombretomado
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* In ''To the Nines'', StephaniePlum heads for Vegas to capture a skip, with Connie and Lula in tow. Connie at one point thinks she got married to an Elvis impersonator while intoxicated (much to her relief, the photo she has of this event turns out to be a non-binding joke).

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* In ''To the Nines'', StephaniePlum Literature/StephaniePlum heads for Vegas to capture a skip, with Connie and Lula in tow. Connie at one point thinks she got married to an Elvis impersonator while intoxicated (much to her relief, the photo she has of this event turns out to be a non-binding joke).
7th Apr '17 3:47:45 PM nombretomado
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* In the {{poker}} comic ''Webcomic/PlusEV'', of course.

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* In the {{poker}} TabletopGame/{{poker}} comic ''Webcomic/PlusEV'', of course.
11th Mar '17 12:09:45 PM nombretomado
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* The penultimate level of ''MetalWolfChaos'' involves chasing the [[EvilChancellor evil Vice-President]] to Las Vegas, where you have a [[ClimaxBoss climactic showdown]] with him involving HumongousMecha, to the sound of slot machines [[StuffBlowingUp EXPLODING]].

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* The penultimate level of ''MetalWolfChaos'' ''VideoGame/MetalWolfChaos'' involves chasing the [[EvilChancellor evil Vice-President]] to Las Vegas, where you have a [[ClimaxBoss climactic showdown]] with him involving HumongousMecha, to the sound of slot machines [[StuffBlowingUp EXPLODING]].
26th Feb '17 12:24:51 PM nombretomado
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** Same thing happened in ''Series/WillAndGrace'' with Karen and Creator/JohnCleese with guest star JenniferLopez.

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** Same thing happened in ''Series/WillAndGrace'' with Karen and Creator/JohnCleese with guest star JenniferLopez.Music/JenniferLopez.
26th Feb '17 10:01:41 AM nombretomado
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* Season 3 ''HannahMontana'' episode, "Jake...Another Little Piece of My Heart" shows the main characters at a hotel in Las Vegas.

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* Season 3 ''HannahMontana'' ''Series/HannahMontana'' episode, "Jake...Another Little Piece of My Heart" shows the main characters at a hotel in Las Vegas.
19th Feb '17 11:54:20 PM Lanes17B
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* ''Film/RatRace'' begins in Las Vegas as a group of bored billionaires select a group of random gamblers/tourists, and tell them that the first to reach Silver City, New Mexico gets to keep a bag full of money stashed there.
12th Nov '16 3:40:54 PM MsChibi
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'''The principal characters journey to UsefulNotes/LasVegas.''' At least one [[TheGamblingAddict has a gambling problem]] and will end up dead broke or winning a ton of money (bonus points if an urgent need for cash is why they go to Vegas). Most likely, one or all end up in jail and/or [[AccidentalMarriage married]]. It's possible that someone might host their friend's StagParty here. Don't be surprised to see Wayne Newton, the former teen pop star of the 1950s who popularized the notion of musicians relocating to Vegas in order to find steady work within the city's many high-profile night spots, and continued to perform off-and-on in the city well into the new millennium. If children are involved, expect some harsh MoodWhiplash when they confront adult themes for the first time, and [[HilarityEnsues hilarity may or may not ensue]], although this story element has become obscure past the year 2000. In reality, Las Vegas has actually become much more open to people who do ''not'' gamble or who have kids, and they even have a ''support group'' people can call if they have a gambling problem!

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'''The principal characters journey to UsefulNotes/LasVegas.''' At least one [[TheGamblingAddict has a gambling problem]] and will end up dead broke or winning a ton of money (bonus points if an urgent need for cash is why they go to Vegas). Most likely, one or all end up in jail and/or [[AccidentalMarriage married]]. It's possible that someone might host their friend's StagParty here. Don't be surprised if there's a DrunkenMontage or BingeMontage. Don't be surprised either to see Wayne Newton, the former teen pop star of the 1950s who popularized the notion of musicians relocating to Vegas in order to find steady work within the city's many high-profile night spots, and continued to perform off-and-on in the city well into the new millennium. If children are involved, expect some harsh MoodWhiplash when they confront adult themes for the first time, and [[HilarityEnsues hilarity may or may not ensue]], although this story element has become obscure past the year 2000. In reality, Las Vegas has actually become much more open to people who do ''not'' gamble or who have kids, and they even have a ''support group'' people can call if they have a gambling problem!
12th Nov '16 3:40:06 PM MsChibi
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'''The principal characters journey to UsefulNotes/LasVegas.''' At least one [[TheGamblingAddict has a gambling problem]] and will end up dead broke or winning a ton of money (bonus points if an urgent need for cash is why they go to Vegas). Most likely, one or all end up in jail and/or married. Don't be surprised to see Wayne Newton, the former teen pop star of the 1950s who popularized the notion of musicians relocating to Vegas in order to find steady work within the city's many high-profile night spots, and continued to perform off-and-on in the city well into the new millennium. If children are involved, expect some harsh MoodWhiplash when they confront adult themes for the first time, and [[HilarityEnsues hilarity may or may not ensue]], although this story element has become obscure past the year 2000. In reality, Las Vegas has actually become much more open to people who do ''not'' gamble or who have kids, and they even have a ''support group'' people can call if they have a gambling problem!

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'''The principal characters journey to UsefulNotes/LasVegas.''' At least one [[TheGamblingAddict has a gambling problem]] and will end up dead broke or winning a ton of money (bonus points if an urgent need for cash is why they go to Vegas). Most likely, one or all end up in jail and/or married.[[AccidentalMarriage married]]. It's possible that someone might host their friend's StagParty here. Don't be surprised to see Wayne Newton, the former teen pop star of the 1950s who popularized the notion of musicians relocating to Vegas in order to find steady work within the city's many high-profile night spots, and continued to perform off-and-on in the city well into the new millennium. If children are involved, expect some harsh MoodWhiplash when they confront adult themes for the first time, and [[HilarityEnsues hilarity may or may not ensue]], although this story element has become obscure past the year 2000. In reality, Las Vegas has actually become much more open to people who do ''not'' gamble or who have kids, and they even have a ''support group'' people can call if they have a gambling problem!
27th Sep '16 2:51:15 AM Morgenthaler
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* In the {{poker}} comic ''PlusEV'', of course.

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* In the {{poker}} comic ''PlusEV'', ''Webcomic/PlusEV'', of course.
17th Sep '16 1:21:09 PM Theriocephalus
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* ''WesternAnimation/MyLittlePonyFriendshipIsMagic'': In "[[Recap/MyLittlePonyFriendshipIsMagicS6E20VivaLasPegasus Viva Las Pegasus]]", the eponymous city is the kid-friendly equivalent; it's is presented as a giant, glitzy and noisy amusement park/resort city, but gambling is never mentioned beyond possibly some ambiguous slot machines.

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* ''WesternAnimation/MyLittlePonyFriendshipIsMagic'': In "[[Recap/MyLittlePonyFriendshipIsMagicS6E20VivaLasPegasus Viva Las Pegasus]]", the eponymous city is the kid-friendly equivalent; it's is presented as a giant, glitzy and noisy amusement park/resort resort city, full of extravagant shows, themed resorts with indoor rollecoasters, and highly... flashy... personailities, but the real life city's defining feature -- gambling -- is never mentioned beyond possibly some ambiguous slot machines.conspicuous by its absence.
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