Remember those math problems from fourth grade? Well they’re finally coming in to use.
3 tailor made suits, each being around $3000 average, $9000
An overnight hotel (let’s assume the Four Seasons in New York for reference) is $35,000
Room service let’s assume was $1000 (Room service is expensive)
All those singers/waiters $500 each, $5000
the car he bought: Let’s assume since it’s used but could match speeds of a Lamborghini, $4,500
tablet cost: $200
Okay so the boat one was the trickiest bit for me, but I looked up yachts to play it safe. The cheapest one I could find was $1,000,000, it had a 35m deck and was the closest to the show.
So the distance from Ocean City MD (City based off for beach city) to New York (Empire City) was
236.4 mi and a 1980 Chevrolet van (Which is a good base for Greg’s van) has 16mpg, which means that it would take 14.775 gallons to go to empire city one way.
Let’s assume that that he filled his tank once in beach city and once in empire city. It would cost $29.55 for the gas in beach city (if we’re still using ocean city , MD as a model) and abut $44.33 in Empire city (if we’re using New York City). Combined adds up to $73.88
The Dondai Supremo’s tank of fuel probably cost about $20
The tables Greg has bought, let’s assume each one was on the nicer side, so there were three (one broken, two used in restaurant wars) each being $350, so that amounts to $1050.
6 wooden chairs, let’s assume he got them at Big lots or at Walmart, then it would be $600
Now for a speed round, Steven and greg both give out a stack of cash. Let’s assume each is a pile of ones (for cheap sake). A one dollar bill is .0043 inches thick, which means a thousand of which would be 4.3 inches thick, which aligns with the show’s general image. So $2,000.
Valet: $50 (expensive hotel)
Greg gives away about $500 to staff as tips, ($100 to broken table to charge his bank account, and $400 to staff members after Pearl stops dancing)
As for taxes, I don’t know, but If someone would like to discuss what would be a proper amount, I’m up for it.
So, let’s add this all up, what does it amount to? $1,058,093.88
Which means, he still has $8,941,906.12 left over.