The late great newspaper mogul William Randolph Hearst was notorious for dating young socialites. He, of course, was very attractive to the ladies because of his accumulated wealth.
He was at a party with one of these socialites when the topic turned to sex.
"Would you sleep with me for $100,000.00?", he queried. She replied, "I'd think about it."
"Would you sleep with me for $100.00?", he responded. She shot back, "Of course not! What kind of woman do you think I am?!"
His response was, "We have already established what kind of woman you are, now we are just haggling over the price . . ."
Almost every woman on this show has referenced the money as a motivating factor.
Perhaps Zora (my favorite) has been the only one to NOT mention the money as a motivating factor. She may feel it on the inside, but is smart enough to keep her mouth shut.