If you can’t take the heat, it’s probably best to stay away from this kitchen in particular.
At the end of the first season of The Bear, Carmy (Jeremy Allen White) discovers a large sum of money hidden in tins of tomatoes – the small ones, of course – after receiving a posthumous letter from his brother Michael (Jon Bernthal), which indicated the whereabouts of the cash.
With the unexpected windfall – $300.00 total – the final shot of the season reveals Carmy’s plan to close down The Original Beef and open a new place called, you guessed it, The Bear.
In an exclusive chat with E! News, Ayo Edebiriwho plays Carmy’s sous chef Sydney, argued that rolling in money doesn’t necessarily mean things will suddenly become smoother in season two.
“They got all this money, they have a lot of big ideas and they have each other based on that [first] Season can be really great and also very chaotic,” said Ayo. “So just follow those natural ups and downs. Seeing where they go as they step into this new company is going to be pretty exciting.”
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