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Stassi Schroeder and Beau Clark Launch Paid Podcast “The Good the Bad and the Baby” For $8.99 a Month

Stassi Schroeder and Beau Clark Launch Paid Podcast “The Good the Bad and the Baby” For $8.99 a Month

Stassi Schroeder is heading back to the world of podcasting, and she’s not doing it alone.

Months after her former podcast, Straight Up With Stassi, was dropped by Radio.com due to allegations of racism, the former Vanderpump Rules star and her husband, Beau Clark, are launching their very own show, The Good the Bad the Baby.


“NEW PODCAST ALERT!!” Stassi announced to her fans and followers on Instagram on March 4.

“Becoming a parent is literally the best, most f*cking overwhelming magical chaotic incredible thing that’s ever happened to me and I am so excited to start sharing the good, the bad, the messy, the little moments, the wtf?! and everything in between,” she shared.

According to Stassi, she and Beau will be sharing “nitty gritty moments” with their listeners in real-time as they figure out how to parent their baby girl, Hartford Charlie Rose Clark, who was born on January 7.


“When you sign up, you’ll get the first two episodes of our podcast, plus exclusive videos from the jump!! After that, we’ll be releasing [three] podcast episodes per month!” Stassi continued.

Beau also shared an announcement on his own Instagram page.

“Holy Crap. We’re parents. The hospital didn’t tell us what to do, so come along and join us on our new podcast as we try to figure this sh*t out,” he captioned his post.

On the official page of the new Patreon podcast, potential listeners are encouraged to sign up for a membership for $8.99 per month, a fee that includes not only new episodes of The Good the Bad the Baby, but also a number of other fun updates, including new videos and updates about their growing family.


The page also features an unlocked teaser video for non-subscribers.

Stassi was fired from Vanderpump Rules in June 2020 after former cast member Faith Stowers accused her and Kristen Doute of racially-charged behavior. In the months since, both Jax Taylor and Brittany Cartwright, who are expecting a son in April, announced their own departures from the show.

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