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Bad With Money With Gaby Dunn

By Panoply / Gaby Dunn

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Description

Join TV writer, actor, and New York Times best-selling author Gaby Dunn (aka America's Deadbeat Sweetheart) for season three of Bad With Money. After two seasons of reckoning with her own financial identity, Gaby's ready to give the American financial system an identity crisis. Every week, Gaby brings a queer, feminist, unabashedly radical point of view to conversations with celebrities, journalists, politicians, authors, activists, and fellow deadbeats. If you're sick of podcast "experts" giving you practical financial advice, you're going to love Bad With Money - the show that knows there's nothing practical about money, and isn't afraid to freak out about it.

Customer Reviews

It's okay...

At first I really liked this podcast. I liked hearing from Gabby's boyfriend and her parents. After that it seems very elitist and all about how successful all the guests she has on are now, but how they "worked" really hard to get there. I'm sorry, I don't feel like these peoples stories are interesting or relevant.

not money advice, more of a discussion

Edit: looking back on this, I'm probably unfair on this podcast since Dunn never said she was going to help anyone with money, she just wanted to talk about it. Keeping the rating though, because it's not really my cup of tea. (No not a white man, actually a woman of color in the entertainment industry but I guess I'm a horrible person anyway for not liking this podcast..)

This is mostly about the philosophical/emotional aspects of money. The emotional stuff is nice to hear about and it's cool how open Dunn is. That said she loses some relatability when Dunn mentions making six figures and all her friends have wealthy backgrounds. The "Oh teehee I'm so bad with money!" shtick gets kinda old when people keep bringing up how successful she is. It's just so frustrating to listen to someone who's so willfully bad with money in spite of good circumstances.

As for actual money advice, Dunn kinda glosses over it or just goes for vague statements. One example I remember is that having 401k is mentioned but waved away as some retirement mumbo jumbo. No one talks about how it works or what exactly it is...

Can't wait for this!

Where has something like this been all my life? Deadbeats unite!