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The Russo family has put their sons' band center stage, while their finances have gotten lost in the crowd. With job downgrades and failed past investments, the Russo family is getting tuned out by the stress of the finances. Can they find the voice of reason?

For Cindy and John Russo, nothing is more important than the happiness of their two sons and the success of their band -- even if that means their finances are left playing second fiddle.

John often leaves Cindy in the dark about the bills, and carries the burden on his shoulders. And, though John's intentions are good, his actions only lead to money miscommunications and marital turbulence. With a past investment gradually eating away at their finances, the Russo family needs to band together to sing a new financial tune -- and fast.

The Russo Family

Other segments featured on this episode of We Owe What:

Finding Financial Harmony
Finding Financial Harmony
The Russo family know how to work hard and rock out, but their finances are skipping a beat. Can Mary help this family find financial harmony?
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Face the Money Music
Face the Money Music
Mary shows Cruise and John how to take responsibility for the finances of their band. But are the boys ready to cut mom and dad out of the chorus?
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Singing a New Tune
Singing a New Tune
With Mary's guidance, John shares his financial secrets with Cindy and her reaction stirs up a conversation that is long overdue. Mary also sheds light on a past investment that didn't reap the desired rewards. Are John and Cindy ready let go of past mistakes and focus on a better future?
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Web Exclusive: Toothache
Web Exclusive: Toothache
Unexpected medical bills are giving John toothache.
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