(Wednesdays at 10:00 pm and 1:00am ET)
All programming subject to change
05/14/14: Money Talks 107: GENTLEMEN'S BETS
It's Thanksgiving and the team at VIP is busier than ever, selling sports picks and getting ready for their annual Thanksgiving dinner. They should be raking in the profits, but Steve and Paula discover they are owed over $60,000 from various deadbeat clients. While Paula tries to collect the cash and prep the dinner, Steve finds himself trying to relax an anxious visiting client, Abram. But, Steve himself is on edge. Past issues between Paula and Steve's girlfriend Kelly may ruin his holiday dinner. Meanwhile, Skipper puts his reputation on the line, when he takes on a local Gentleman's club owner as a client.
05/21/14: Money Talks 108: THE FINAL SPIN
After receiving a big commission check in the mail, Steve gives a $1,000 bonus to each of his top five sales reps who decide to "invest" their bonuses in a winner take all gambling competition. Steve focuses on returning client, Lee Pappas. Lee throws Steve a curve ball when he informs him that he's only in town for 24 hours and wants to bet $50,000 on just one game which works against everything that Steve teaches about money management. Meanwhile, Skipper drops a bomb and tells Steve that he's thinking of leaving VIP to be with his family back east. Steve must come up with a way to win back his best salesman and pull off a $50K win for one of his biggest clients.
About "Money Talks"
CNBC's "Money Talks" takes viewers inside the world of Steve Stevens, a sports handicapper who runs VIP Sports out of Las Vegas. Each one-hour episode follows Stevens and his agents who sell their picks to gamblers looking for any kind of edge. From small-time bettors to big-time whales who put six figures on the line, this is a world built on high risk, high reward and high emotions.
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