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    The Smoking Gun strikes again.

    This time Clay's financial affairs have been uncovered.
    Seems like he might need the cash more than anyone.

    Clay's financial woes
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    Interesting - especially considering the reason Helen gave for voting on him in the first TC! (Wonder if he knows...?)

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    Hmmm, I had forgotten all about Helen's early vote Modesty.
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    Yeah, I remember Helen voting for Clay just because "he didn't need the money". :rolleyes
    That's kind of sad that' he's down and out, according to that article. However, lying around like a sack of potatoes is not going to win him the million dollars.

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    I remember I thought that was a lame reason and something that made me dislike Helen in the first episode. But I'm over it now
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    However, lying around like a sack of potatoes is not going to win him the million dollars.
    Maybe that's the reason for his debts??

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    Modesty!

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    Got this from a manager of a club, statistically 50% of resturaunts fail in the first year, 50% left fail in two years, 50% left fail by 5 years... so if you can stay in biz for 5 years, you are considered a successful resturaunt.
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    I think it takes a while to build a reputation.

    If you're trying to go into the business as a high end restaurant, how do you attract people into the place to spend money when you have no reputation for them to go by?

    It would be pretty cool if he won the money and was able to clear all his debts.
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    I don't get it. Yes, he could use the money, but if a judge signed an order wiping away his six figure debt, would he then have to repay it if he suddenly had the money?
    If he's declared bancruptcy then he no longer has those debts....right?
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