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Dr. Phil

Series Description

DR. PHIL, the Emmy-nominated hit syndicated, daily one-hour talk show hosted by America's most popular psychologist and lifestyle strategist, Dr. Phil McGraw, is the leader in daytime talk. McGraw's success stems from his signature “get real” approach to helping his guests solve their problems, stripping through their emotional clutter, helping them to get down to the bare bones of their issues and giving them the challenge they need to move ahead.

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This Week's Episodes
Mon: "From The Notebook Fantasy to Hardcore Reality: ‘Why is My Prince Charming Hurting Me?'"  ***ADVISORY: STRONG LANGUAGE***
ALL-NEW! Beth says she thought her live-in boyfriend, Patrick, was her Prince Charming, but now she claims he's a liar, cheater, alcoholic and narcissist who verbally abuses her daily -- and she worries about their blended family of seven, soon to be eight. Patrick insists he has nothing to hide and should be trusted. Is there a future for this couple?
Tue: "Who's Stalking Who? Two Women Obsessed"
ALL-NEW! Canda claims for the past three years, she has been cyberstalked and bullied by Annette, a woman she has never met. But Annette insists Canda is the one stalking her. What's at the root of this bad blood? And, can Dr. Phil help broker a truce?
Wed: "Footsteps in the Snow: The Cold Case Murder of Maria Ridulph"
ALL-NEW! The 1957 kidnapping and murder of Maria Ridulph went cold for 55 years, until Jack McCullough, once known as John Tessier, was arrested and eventually convicted -- despite maintaining his innocence. Dr. Phil speaks to family members on both sides. Could McCullough have been wrongfully convicted?
Thu: "A Real Life ‘Catch Me if You Can': Is This the World's Greatest Teen Con Artist?"
ALL-NEW! Matthew Scheidt was 18 when he was convicted of impersonating a physician assistant at a Florida hospital. Four months after being bonded out of a juvenile detention center, he was arrested again -- for allegedly impersonating a cop. In a Dr. Phil exclusive, Matthew, now 20, speaks out for the first time. How does he explain his actions?
Fri: “Bob and Dorothy Return: ‘Should I Divorce My Wife for Harassing Me?’” *ADVISORY: STRONG LANGUAGE & ADULT SUBJECT MATTER*
ALL-NEW! When Bob and Dorothy last appeared on Dr. Phil the quarreling couple agreed to tone down the cursing, screaming, hitting and accusations -- which they confessed happened frequently in front of their 12-year-old daughter. Now, they’re back -- and admittedly worse than ever. With the divorce papers in Bob’s possession, but not yet signed, can these two finally calm the chaos and decide to go their separate ways?
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