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Til Debt Do Us Part

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Til Debt Do Us Part offers tough love solutions to those in financial crisis.
Starring
Gail Vaz-Oxlade
Subtitles
English [CC]
Audio languages
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  1. 1. The Juggling Act
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    January 1, 2006
    22min
    7+
    When Elizabeth lost her job, this family of five felt the crunch. But Elizabeth didn't stop spending, so Wojtek began juggling their growing debt between 16 credit cards with low introductory rates. Now, the cards are about to jump to full interest and these two are preparing for the worst.
  2. 2. The Wake-Up Call
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    January 1, 2006
    22min
    7+
    Tom and Lisa have creditors lining up at the door. But as a supply teacher, Lisa hasn't made the effort to work more than a day or two per week. Tom has a good job, but ends up throwing out bills because he says they just can't pay them. Will these two grow up, face up to their debt and take charge of their future?
  3. 3. No One At The Helm
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    January 1, 2006
    22min
    7+
    Gerry is a financial analyst but the books at home just don't balance. This is a second marriage for both Kelley and Gerry and they're both trying hard to avoid control issues they faced in past relationships. But, with three kids and seven years of uncontrolled spending under their belts, they're sinking fast.
  4. 4. Driven To Debt
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    January 1, 2006
    22min
    7+
    Show cars are at the centre of Gail and Tony's social lives. They spend thousands of dollars customizing a beloved jeep and touring it around the province for a shot at...a trophy. But their passion for cars could be driving them into a retirement of poverty. Can these two turn the situation around?
  5. 5. Let's Make A Deal
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    January 1, 2006
    22min
    7+
    Alina's privileged upbringing hasn't prepared her to stand on her own two feet. Dan is a man who loves to play and likes a good deal. He has a $250/month gym membership he's never used. Their parents seem determined to step into this couple's struggle, but it's time for them to go it alone. Can Gail show them how?
  6. 6. The Vicious Cycle
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    January 1, 2006
    22min
    7+
    Corrina and Jay have had a $1,500 pay advance loan for the past four years, racking up thousands of dollars in interest. It's a cycle they just haven't been able to break. Jay has resigned himself to living in constant debt, but Corrina is losing sleep. Can Gail pull them out and show them a different way?
  7. 7. Back-To-Back Baby Blues
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    January 1, 2006
    22min
    7+
    Lori and Greg have had two babies very close together. When their first child was born, they weren't prepared for the hit Lori's maternity leave would have on their income. Now Baby number 2 has left them financially breathless. Greg can't understand why they're in debt and blames Lori. With a newborn and toddler at home, a fresh start is critical.
  8. 8. Foreclosure
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    January 1, 2006
    22min
    7+
    Ronald and Vivian were on the verge of calling it quits. Vivian's gambling at the casino and Ronald's frequent fleeing to a hotel was driving them into crushing debt. With four children at home, this house of cards was on the verge of collapsing. Then, just days before Gail arrives to help, they get the notice of foreclosure on their house. Can this family be saved?
  9. 9. Poor Choices
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    January 1, 2006
    22min
    7+
    Kristy and Dean are newly-weds with two kids who are completely stressed about their cash-strapped situation. They're sinking fast - as soon as their pay comes in, it goes straight out again. This young couple is down-trodden and exhausted. They need Gail to give them a road-map to help get them out of this mess.
  10. 10. Small Business, Big Dreams
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    January 1, 2006
    22min
    7+
    Nicole and Russell are new parents who are trapped in a quagmire of spiraling credit card debt. Russell's $40K income at a big box store barely covers rent and the credit card minimums. As a small business owner, Nicole can't even venture a guess how much she makes a year. They hope that Gail will be able to help them figure out how to create a viable business.
  11. 11. The Blame Game
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    January 1, 2006
    22min
    7+
    Michael and Laural don't see eye-to-eye on anything - except they both agree they're very deep in debt. Laural blames Michael's huge student loan, but ignores the impact of her shopping addiction. Gail is going to teach them to stop pointing fingers at each other and start building a better life for their son.
  12. 12. Playing House
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    January 1, 2006
    22min
    7+
    Newlyweds Natalie and Matt have accumulated $25,000 in consumer debt, and they haven't even celebrated their first anniversary. Natalie's so stressed out, she's taken a leave of absence from work. Meanwhile, Matt's an overgrown teenager who spends more time playing sports and drinking beer with buddies than he does working. Gail needs to show these two how to grow up.
  13. 13. The Wedding Special
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    January 1, 2006
    46min
    7+
    Tears, tantrums and a runaway groom are among the highlights of this special hour long episode. Host Gail Vaz-Oxlade works with three young couples, all in love, engaged to be married - and deep in debt. Dreaming of $50,000 weddings while living paycheque to paycheque, these couples are given a serious reality check in Gail's Court of Love.

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Directors
Michele Alosinac
Network
Syndicado
Amazon Maturity Rating
7+ Older Kids. Learn more