"Queer Eye" brings the romance back to primetime with Ron and Jodi, newlyweds who seem to have forgotten what love and tenderness really mean.
In the third installment of "Queer Eye" Vegas, viewers will meet Ed Miller, a professional poker player and accomplished author of a well-known "how to" poker-strategy book series. He has all the skills of the game but none of the panache. The Fab Five will help Ed to become a successful and well-known poker guru by having him teach one of them to play in a Texas Hold 'em poker match with classic Vegas performers who are currently performing on the strip, including Susan Anton, Penn Jillette, David Brenner, and George Wallace. The prize is meaningful to Ed, who grew up in New Orleans where his parents divorced and lived around the corner from each other until Hurricane Katrina destroyed both of their homes. Watch one of the Fabbers compete with Vegas royalty for a $10,000 prize to be donated to Habitat for Humanity in New Orleans.
Sam poses as a fashion photographer who must protect one of his models from a growing drug addiction and her manager's sleazy advances.
Sam leaps into a Miss Deep South Beauty Pageant contestant. He must keep a rival from making a life-altering mistake and place in the top three.
Dan Fielding (JOHN LARROQUETTE) hosts a late-night controversial talk show where his natural talent for insulting people is put to good use.