“Mayor of Kingstown” Season 3: Red Label whiskey and Crown Vics, how does Mike McLusky make money?

KINGSTOWN, MICHIGAN: “Mayor of Kingstown” Season 3 has been intense, presenting Mayor Mike McLusky (Jeremy Renner) with significant challenges as he handles crises in Kingstown.

As mayor, Mike is responsible for maintaining balance and order in Kingstown, which is plagued by crime and corruption. He mediates between rival gangs, negotiates with law enforcement, and manages the complex relationships between various power players in Kingstown.

This job requires an enormous amount of effort, dedication and resilience. In “Mayor of Kingstown” Season 3, his efforts to curb the drug trade and reduce gang violence require not only strategic planning but also a deep understanding of Kingstown’s underworld.

Amid growing violence, money is essential to survival in Kingstown. Fans can’t help but wonder how Mike manages to make money while dealing with the constant crises that come with his role as the de facto mayor of Kingstown.

How does Mike McLusky make money?

Jeremy Renner as Mike McLusky in stills of Mayor of Kingstown (@paramount+)
Jeremy Renner as Mike McLusky in ‘Mayor of Kingstown’ photo shoot (@paramount+)

A mayor usually works with municipal officials and other leaders to manage the day-to-day operations of local government. In the show, cops, DA and mayor work together to ensure order inside the prison and in Kingstown.

Fans wondered about how Mike makes money. Various fans took to Reddit to share their opinions and theories. Some speculate that his connections within the prison system and local police might provide him with various sources of income.

A fan wrote on Reddit, “Am I supposed to believe that Mike is making this massive headache of work for what seems to be little money? He’s making money off of what, those clients with kids in jail? What could that possibly bring in? Unless he gets a piece of Bunny’s act, this whole premise of an actual ‘mayor’ still makes sense, just saying.”

Another fan commented on this Reddit post, saying, “Mike doesn’t work for free. Customers pay up front. The things he does for the cops and the earnings he gets paid in favors and reputation – which he uses to get . what his clients want, that’s why they pay him.”

Another fan shared on Reddit, “Do the cops work for free too? Sure they have a sense of duty but they also draw a salary. People need money for basic expenses. Putting gas in the car, paying rent, food. I’m. talking earning basic He’s risking his life for a living and he’s the only one in that whole show not drawing a paycheck or running some kind of riot.”

A fan said on Reddit, “He’s getting paid by his clients and the feds.” A die-hard fan of the show shared on Reddit, “He makes money off the clients even though he doesn’t personally deal with their problems like we saw in Season 1. There was a scene this season after his mom’s funeral where Rebecca tells Mike. go home, Mike argues and Rebecca mentions that he’s barely at the office and she handles the clients on his behalf. Basically Rebecca sees the clients in the office and makes calls on Mike’s behalf so they keep making money from the office.”

The fan continued, “Mike signed the CI portfolio in season 1 with the FBI and they stated that he would be paid monthly (I think $2,500). If I remember correctly, the flat rate for clients is $500 (Mike says it could be more if he has to be developed).So $2,500 from the FBI, plus whatever Rebecca pulls from clients through the month, which whenever we see the office during open hours it’s almost always packed so a rough estimate would be that Mike and Rebecca pulls in at least $5,000 a month (if it’s slow, when we see the office during open hours it’s packed so it could really be more like $10,000 a month).

A fan shared his perspective on Reddit, stating, “Probably the same reason people run for president. Power.” Another fan suggested on Reddit that this Mike does not appear to have inherited wealth or large sums of money from outside sources, implying that his income and financial stability comes from his current activities and roles in Kingstown.

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Jeremy Renner as Mike McLusky in ‘Mayor of Kingstown’ photo shoot (@paramount+)

Mike’s source of income has been a matter of concern for fans since the beginning of “Mayor of Kingstown”. Many viewers have speculated and debated how Mike, who holds a unique and unofficial role in managing the city’s criminal and political affairs, supports himself financially.

A fan wrote on Reddit, “His dad was killed and I would guess he had a life insurance policy in that area with a devoted wife like Miriam.

He lives at home, car is old and paid off, too busy to eat, never goes out to have fun, wears the same thing every day, so probably doesn’t need a lot of money.”

Another fan wrote on Reddit, “His waiting room stays full, he’s an FBI informant, ($2,500 a month), he’s Kingstown PD CI, plus all the gangs money. Hell he made $10K the very first episode. Off by Milo Remember, he told Pete ‘Number one, I’m not your brother Two, don’t act like I’m pissing you off ‘pay for it like everybody else.'”

It seems likely that many fans believe that Mike is working with the FBI, and this belief has sparked theories about how he makes money. However, the show has yet to confirm or deny these speculations, leaving fans to debate and explore various possibilities regarding Mike’s sources of income.

How will Mike McLusky handle the growing violence in Kingstown?

Mike McLusky deals with a riot in
Jeremy Renner as Mike McLusky in ‘Mayor of Kingstown’ photo shoot (@paramount+)

In “Mayor of Kingstown” Season 3, Kingstown finds itself embroiled in chaos exacerbated by rampant drug addiction and shifting alliances.

The scourge of drug addiction in Kingstown has already caused many deaths. This influx of drugs not only encourages violence and crime but also tests Mike’s ability to maintain order as the unofficial mayor.

With the formidable alliance between Konstantin (Yorick van Wageningen) and Merle Callahan (Richard Brake) solidifying in “Mayor of Kingstown” Season 3, Mike may face various challenges in his quest to restore balance to the troubled town.

It would indeed be interesting to see how Mike navigates his duties amid the escalating tensions and possible gang warfare over the drug trade in Kingstown.

How to stream “Mayor of Kingstown” Season 3?

Emma Laird as Iris in a still from
Emma Laird as Iris in still from “Mayor of Kingstown” (@paramount+)

“Mayor of Kingstown” Season 3 Episodes 1-6 are currently available for streaming on Paramount+.

New episodes of “Mayor of Kingstown” Season 3 are released every Sunday, offering fans a weekly dose of drama, suspense, and much more.

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