The Suze Orman Show is a show like no other. Suze Orman is a financial advisor and her show airs on CNBC at around 1:00 am IST which means it is made for the American audience. But it is highly recommended for anyone who is short of sleep because of financial anxieties. The highlight of the show is the segment called Can I Afford It? A segment where callers ask Suze whether they could afford the product or service they wish to buy. Suze dissects the caller’s financial situation – debts, investments, earnings etc. And then she finally makes a verdict – either Denied or Approved. Each conversation lasts around 5 minutes and they range from customers seeking advise on whether they could afford to buy a motor yacht to collectibles like baseball cards. With what little I have seen of her, she seems to be ultra practical, over cautious and she simply hates credit card debts, above all. She has put to good use the famous catchphrase Show me the money! made immortal in the movie Jerry Maguire by Cuba Gooding, Jr. At first glance, she seems to be loud like one of those evangelists you get to see on TV; apparently she does resemble like one. But take my word, unlike them, she rocks.