As the sun dipped below the horizon, casting an ethereal glow across the vast expanse of the Las Vegas Strip, a peculiar sight caught the eye of passersby at the South Point Casino.
A towering figure clad in a black suit and adorned with a garish red tie strolled confidently through the sportsbook, his attention fixed on the numerous television screens displaying the day’s sports betting events.
This was no ordinary gentleman; his name was Frank Nicotero, and he was the host of Punch Lines, the greatest comedy sports show south of the Las Vegas strip. His latest venture? Betting on football for his upcoming show, of course.
As he made his way to the hot dog cart that had become something of a fixture in the sportsbook, Frank couldn’t ...