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It's The Most Wonderful Time Of The Year On NBC's Las Vegas

December 02, 2006 | Other
A press release on an Elvis themed edition of NBC's "Las Vegas".

It's Christmas and the Montecito is decked out in holiday d├ęcor complete with Ed Deline (James Caan) in a Santa suit. To make the holiday even more special at the Montecito, Elvis is in the building. It is supposed to be the most wonderful time of the year, however things go horribly awry and it may end up being a blue Christmas.

Delinda (Molly Sims) is excited for her very first Christmas with Danny (Josh Duhamel), but things do not work out the way she hopes. A prized possession of Danny's gets stolen and all his time and energy is focused on finding it.

Meanwhile, two little girls catch Mary (Nikki Cox) off guard. Trying to cope with news that they deliver, Mary hopes that she will not have to revisit her haunting past.

Sam deals with an Elvis fan whom she hopes to entertain with the special Elvis exhibit at the Montecito that includes cars, jumpsuits and special memorabilia. When her client doesn't seem quite in the holiday spirit, she is determined to find out why.

The episode also features songs from the new Elvis Christmas CD that includes Elvis's two original Christmas albums on one CD for the first ever. Included in the episode are: White Christmas, Here Comes Santa Claus, Merry Christmas Baby, Blue Christmas, Silent Night, I'll Be Home For Christmas and Winter Wonderland.

This episode of the Las Vegas TV series is called White Christmas. It airs Friday, December 15, 2006 (9-10 PM ET/PT) on NBC. Learn more about Las Vegas on NBC.com.

A collectible Elvis CD will be attached to the cover of the December 11,2006 issue of TV GUIDE, on newsstands December 7th. Four different Elvis covers will be available, so pick your favorite or collect all four. Learn more about this special TV GUIDE promotion in a previous article on Elvis.com and on TVGuide.com.
Source:EPE - Elvis Presley Enterprises
PTCJones wrote on December 14, 2006
Interesting to see that they are still pushing the "for the first time on CD" bit. Really annoys me how they hoodwink the public with what amounts to just reorganizing the track listing and actually removing in my mind one of the best songs. Ho-hum, should be pleased that the show is presenting these songs, I suppose.