When a few years passes and producers still haven’t cooked up enough money to get their show on Broadway, a man named Mark Hotton enters the picture. With a yacht, his and hers Bentleys, and a waterfront mansion on Long Island, it seemed like Hotton was the answer to Rebecca’s money woes. But, you’d be wrong.
Marc Thibodeau, the show’s publicist, tries to warn Ben Sprecher about his new money man. But Sprecher doesn’t want to hear it. So Thibodeau decides to take matters into his own hands.
Episode 2 features interviews with Vanity Fair correspondent David Kamp, attorney Timothy Dennin, Philip Boroff (Bloomberg, Broadway Journal), Peter Bogyo, and Michael Riedel (New York Post).