How Much Does a Bravo Judge Get Paid?
As we all know by now, Bravo is an aspirational network for arts-loving gays, tattooed chefs, and sociopathic Botox addicts, and you might think that in light of the wealthy demographic the network attracts that it would take good care of its stars. Not so much, reveals art critic Jerry Saltz, who served as the most outspoken judge on the hopelessly addictive summer series Work of Art: The Next Great Artist. "I certainly did not do it for the money -- I made in the mid-three figures per episode -- or the hours," he wrote in New York. Is this why the Watch What Happens set costs six dollars? [New York]