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    Good call on the driving shot...I didn't even catch that one.

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    Just wondering,Gideon,has your exposure on the show opened up alot of doors for you?Is your agents phone ringing off the hook?I hope so because I feel you are becoming an endearing character on the show.What are you doing these days?
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    -->> Advice for Gideon

    Gideon,

    If they call you again and tell you to come in wearing a suit.......DON'T GO!!!

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    That was quick.
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    Hunnyoil, Great thread and advice! haha.

    But on a more serious note, if they don't find something that is considered light duty for him, isn't he entitled to be paid through the Worker's Compensation fund? I have no idea about WC specifics in New York, but think he should be covered for this injury on duty.

    If they keep screwing him around, and his elbow is really broken, he may end up with a large enough settlement to buy his own Vespa, lol.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Eddiesleg
    Hunnyoil, Great thread and advice! haha.

    But on a more serious note, if they don't find something that is considered light duty for him, isn't he entitled to be paid through the Worker's Compensation fund? I have no idea about WC specifics in New York, but think he should be covered for this injury on duty.

    If they keep screwing him around, and his elbow is really broken, he may end up with a large enough settlement to buy his own Vespa, lol.
    I was thinking the same thing, but then I started wondering if these people were hired as Rocco's restaurant staff or as actors on the show The Restaurant. This might have been discussed before but did the people on the show sign contracts to be on the show or were they just hired as staff?

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    Especially since he is not the only one to take a tumble.

    Gideon (IMO) should tell Rocco to get bent and then call a lawyer.
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    Gideon, why do you keep going in to work without talking directly to Rocco? Seems like it would have saved you a lot of trouble.
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    just a quick note. i too have broken my arm close to the elbow before. they prefer NOT to cast this kind of break because it does more damage to elbow joint (through atrophy). when i broke it, i, too, had a sling and people did not believe it was really broken. i also was sent to physical therapy where they told me i would never be able to straighten my arm all the way again. after much work and pain, it works fine most of the time. :-)

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    I have a theatre degree myself, and have done some professional work. However, we always used to say in college that they should make "How To Cope With Jobs In The Service Industry" or "How To Wait Tables" a requirement for graduation.
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