Too late, Ira. You should've done this episode earlier.
Memory Alpha has a plot synopsis here.
As you all know by now, I don't hate Vic Fontaine. I also have nothing against the occasional goofy filler episode. But there is a war on -- and at this point, the writers are down to only a dozen remaining episodes in which they must find a way to end said war to the fans' satisfaction. No matter how endearing Jimmy Darren might be, there's a right time and a wrong time for a cutesy romp in the holosuite -- and this happens to be the wrong time.
Also? Shut the hell up, Sisko. Seriously. Your indignant speech about racism in mid-20th century Vegas is just one reason why people are rebelling against the current sci-fi establishment. Look -- racism is bad, m'kay? We know that. Indeed, we here at Right Fans are glad there was such a thing as the Civil Rights Movement. But we also think it'd be nice if the anti-ists would stop demanding we flagellate ourselves every second of every day over past injustices. We don't have to make everything about the horrors of racism. Sometimes, people just want to escape all of that for a little while -- and they shouldn't be made to feel guilty for doing so.
There are funny moments here and there, but overall, the script is pretty average.
The performances are -- not that bad, actually.
Minus two for the aforementioned self-righteous scolding.