The entire hour is dedicated to the most popular and must-see segment on "The Suze Orman Show." Every week viewers call Suze to ask "Can I Afford It?" Suze evaluates all their financial details and either replies "APPROVED!" or "DENIED!"
From the weird to the wacky including a Star Trek Captains' Chair to big buck items like a $165K sailplane, "The Can I Afford It? Deluxe Edition" will feature all-new calls and Suze also checks in on past callers to find out what happened after the show.
Suze also reveals the Fan Favorite "Can I Afford It?" -- Fans voted on suzeorman.cnbc.com and their top choice will be crowned.
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