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Review of 'Caesars 24/7'

By Chuckmonster on Monday, 10th January 2005 7:27pm
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Caesars Palace in Las Vegas encompasses enough land and people to be its own city. What happens within Caesars' borders tells the story of the city that promotes glitz and glamour. And A&E's new reality series examines the inside story of what makes this city, and specifically Caesars Palace, such a tourist destination.

"Caesars 24/7" introduces viewers to the employees who keep the hotel running, and the guests who keep the casino in business. The result is a rather pathetic look at American behavior. Instead of making the casino seem glamorous, the place looks like a fancy trailer court that caters to drunks and those hoping for a one-night stand.

The show is at its best when it focuses on the employees. Joe Comastro is the pit boss, also known as the floor supervisor. After 30 years, Joe knows how to welcome guests and make sure they are legitimate gamblers.

"You always got to be on your toes cause you never know what's going to happen," says Comastro, who looks like he just stepped out of Martin Scorsese's film "Casino."



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