This weekend, Barbara Bogaev sits in for Lizzie O'Leary and speaks with psychotherapist Nanette Karapetian, on why we indulge in financial guilty pleasures. Neil Irwin from The Upshot at the New York Times and FT's Shannon Bond discuss the 2014 midterm elections and the future of the economy over brunch. Speaking of the election, a political campaign music composer talks about how he tries to connect with voters through music. Marketplace's Tommy Andres brings over his 'I've Always Wondered' series and explains the weird history of butter. More than 30 million homes in the U.S. don't have high-speed internet. How will the digital divide affect the economy? And why, oh why, have pumpkin spice products dominated the market?