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  • - Well dressed, beautiful black woman in Seattle.

  • I think you're about 80,000 right now.

  • - Okay.

  • - Oh. (laughter off set)

  • - Sounds like I was wrong!

  • (loud laughter)

  • (soft tuba music)

  • - Hello!

  • - I'm Rain.

  • - My name is Catalina.

  • - I'm Dae Shik Kim Hawkins Jr.

  • - Um, how much do I make a year?

  • Let me do some basic Asian math.

  • 35,000.

  • - I made 57,000 dollars last year.

  • I did pretty good.

  • - Probably somewhere under like 20,000.

  • I'm a student, computer science.

  • - Oh that's fun!

  • It's kind of like fucked up too.

  • (loud laughter)

  • - Income?

  • Thank God.

  • I was told I was guessing penis sizes.

  • - This is gonna be really hard, I'm already nervous.

  • Like, oh man I don't even know!

  • I don't even know my stereotypes.

  • - Hello!

  • Waylene.

  • - Nice to meet you.

  • - Nice to meet you. - Strong handshake.

  • - You definitely feel like you have more money than me, so.

  • - Your boobs are

  • - beautifully placed. - Thank you.

  • - Whoever did that shit, go back and send them a card.

  • They did it.

  • - What year car do you have?

  • - 2016.

  • - BMW. - Okay.

  • - And have you traveled anytime recently?

  • - I travel at least once or twice a month.

  • - I think you're very rich.

  • 300K a year.

  • You'd probably be a millionaire if you were white, probably.

  • - If I was white!

  • - Can I see your ring again?

  • Wow, that's nice.

  • That why I got it at Claire's.

  • I'm gonna guess 200,000 dollars a year.

  • - I think you make like 50 to 60,000 dollars a year.

  • - 80,000 dollars.

  • Cause Imma say you a hoe.

  • Off bat, I'm just gonna say that she's a hoe.

  • No if you're not a hoe you should think about it,

  • cause it could pay for whatever you keep doing

  • to keep yourself looking this nice!

  • It's nice meeting you. (clapping off set)

  • - Thank you, very nice meeting you too.

  • - Interesting, what is this?

  • - Ah, it says, "October 31, 2005 True Love Forever."

  • It was when my first wife tried to stab me

  • to death in a coke-induced rage.

  • - Oh.

  • (laughs loudly)

  • - Can I ask are you a trust fund baby secretly?

  • - No, I actually grew up homeless.

  • - Are you still homeless?

  • - No, no.

  • I do get asked that though.

  • - Okay you're not homeless.

  • - Do you get to wear this to work?

  • - Yes!

  • - So you get to wear this to work?

  • - Yeah.

  • - I'm gonna guess you make 55,000 dollars a year.

  • - You probably make about like 60,000 a year.

  • Like carpentry or like a construction worker.

  • He's carrying a knife.

  • That's just something you can tell

  • he carries on him every day.

  • Like I carry my keys.

  • - You work stock at Hot Topic.

  • So you make 15 an hour.

  • - Sweet.

  • - Can I get a discount?

  • - No.

  • - Okay, see ya.

  • (laughs loudly)

  • - You look nice.

  • - Thank you.

  • - You look coordinated.

  • - I'm doin alright. - You make money don't you?

  • - You do tech shit and you make money.

  • - What type of phone do you have?

  • - I have an iPhone.

  • - Is it the X?

  • - No.

  • - Is it the 10?

  • - Uh, no.

  • - Is it the 15th? - It's the nine or something?

  • - Oh it's the nine okay so.

  • - Newish?

  • - Newish, okay.

  • - When's the last time you've been into a Ross?

  • - Um. (laughter off set)

  • - Real recently.

  • - Don't lie.

  • - Entrepreneur makes upwards of 100,000 a year.

  • - I don't know, he has good fashion.

  • He looks happy, I mean he looks like

  • he doesn't miss a meal, so.

  • - Also true.

  • (laughter off set)

  • - Yo, you could be a pyramid scheme manager person.

  • - It's possible.

  • - That's not impossible.

  • - Uh-uh.

  • - Three million a year.

  • - Three million.

  • - Yeah, I think you're famous.

  • You have a famous face.

  • - Thank you, I've actually heard that before.

  • - He's famous.

  • - My name's Cat.

  • - Lamont, nice to meet you.

  • - Lamont, I like your sweater.

  • - Thank you, appreciate it.

  • - You smell like weed.

  • - That's very indicative.

  • - You smell like marijuana.

  • - I think you work at a weed shop.

  • (Lamont laughs) (loud laughter)

  • - How much do you think I make?

  • - 50,000 a year bro.

  • You either are a motivational speaker

  • to youth in high schools.

  • - Mhmm.

  • - Or work at a phone sex hotline.

  • (Lamont laughs)

  • Cause you got a good voice dude.

  • You got a good voice.

  • - What do you do for fun?

  • - Work.

  • - You work or fun?

  • - I was raised by a first generation Germans.

  • - [Cat] Oh, okay.

  • - Work is fun.

  • - [Cat] Work is fun.

  • (laughter off set) Work is fun.

  • - Look at his belt and his boots.

  • And then he's standing right now,

  • that's like low key at ease.

  • He's just like settling into his

  • natural stance as in the military.

  • I can tell you've killed some people.

  • - Can I see your hands.

  • Oh they are rough, he's worked.

  • I think he's mechanic.

  • He makes a good living like I would say

  • like maybe 200,000 a year?

  • Own your own shop you can make a lot.

  • - 10 grand a year, legally.

  • - Thank you.

  • - Thank you.

  • - Why did he do that?

  • - Carlos.

  • - Ryan. - Ryan?

  • I'm gonna kinda like look you over.

  • - Alright, check me out? - And judge you.

  • - How old are you?

  • - I'm 20.

  • - 20.

  • - You definitely either the make up of a tech bro

  • or a youth pastor.

  • - Oh.

  • - Sleeves rolled up so hip youth pastor, sorry.

  • - Do you work full time, part time?

  • - Part time and full.

  • - [Cat] Part time an full?

  • - So like you have multiple part

  • time jobs that make it full time?

  • - [Ryan] Yes.

  • - Are you a college student?

  • - Yes.

  • - This man makes not a dime.

  • I think he lives with his parents.

  • But like he's gonna be that kid in five years

  • who has kids who are driving Porches.

  • - Lamborghini's and Porches.

  • - Right, right.

  • Well it was nice meeting you.

  • - Nice meeting you, Carlos.

  • - So what does my appearance say to you?

  • - Well you care about your appearance.

  • I mean you dress nice, I really do like the dress.

  • Where do you shop?

  • I guess that's a good place to-

  • - Wherever that gets me a good deal.

  • - Okay, good deal?

  • Okay.

  • - Do you own any scrubs?

  • - I do.

  • - Yo, you're a nurse?

  • I know it, she's a nurse.

  • You're not like a head nurse yet.

  • Somewhere under 50.

  • - So I would say like 35 to 40,000 a year.

  • - Well dressed, beautiful black woman in Seattle.

  • Two steps away from cracking the top.

  • Getting really that luxurious life you want.

  • I think you're about 80,000 right now.

  • - Okay.

  • - Oh. (laughter off set)

  • Sounds like I was wrong.

  • - Hello.

  • - Hi!

  • - Hi, how are you?

  • - Good, how are you?

  • - I'm doin really good.

  • I'm like awkward because I'm judging you

  • as I'm trying to be nice to you.

  • I'm like, "Judging you!"

  • - You've got ripped jeans, but intentionally ripped.

  • The rip is about a size of somebody who knows about fashion.

  • - I love the shoes, I love the pants.

  • With this asymmetrical blouse.

  • Where did you get that?

  • - Nordstrom.

  • (Carlos sighs)

  • - She shops as Nordstrom for this.

  • - A little bit more than 40,000.

  • She's probably somebody's manager, you have a manager face.

  • - I have a manager face.

  • - Yeah you look like somebody people would be mad at a lot.

  • - Yes, I think you gather people and motivate them,

  • and you wrote a book and your face is on the cover.

  • It's probably, safely, on the number two.

  • - Right on that shelf. - Save wave best seller!

  • - Yes, probably have a cult following,

  • so probably one million dollars.

  • - You make 75,000 dollars.

  • - She's an entrepreneur, she makes 100,000 a year.

  • It was nice meeting you.

  • - It's nice to meet you too.

  • - No, okay go to the Good Will!

  • They got great clothes.

  • (Cat sighs)

  • - I think I got them, I got one right.

  • - I think I'm very wrong.

  • - I feel like one of those people were homeless

  • and y'all are tryin to trick me.

  • - The construction guy.

  • But I'm not sure.

  • - Okay.

  • Okay.

  • - The famous guy!

  • - What's up?

  • - I'm so nervous!

  • I'm nervous right now!

  • - Alright, I really wanna know who I got right and wrong.

  • You do tech don't you, mother fucker?

  • (loud laughing)

  • - Alright, come on up.

  • Was I right?

  • - No.

  • - Oh.

  • What happened?

  • - I'm not broke.

  • - Oh. (loud laughing)

  • But why are you still in the bottom?

  • - Cause I'm the brokest out of you.