Shows This Week

Monday - May 4, 2015

Family's Fight over Father's Inheritance

In a dramatic two-part episode, Lisa accuses her father, Carl, of “stealing” an inheritance she believes was intended to go to her and her sisters — an allegation Carl denies and that has left the family at odds. Lisa and her mother, Kathy, say they believe Carl might have tampered with his mother’s will so he could inherit all of her money, which he vehemently denies. Lisa’s sister, April, supports her father, while two other siblings, Jennifer and Ciera, say they feel caught in the middle — and they want the fighting to end. Dr. Phil brings everyone together in search of a peaceful resolution. How does Carl explain the way his mother’s money was divided? And, did he sell Lisa a possession she claims her grandmother had promised her? Plus, Lisa believes her father is throwing away his money on a Russian mail-order bride — has he fallen victim to a love scammer? Don’t miss Part 2 tomorrow, when Carl explains why he flat-out refuses to attend Lisa’s upcoming wedding. Can this father and daughter find forgiveness and bring an end to this family feud?


Tuesday - May 5, 2015

A Family Divided: Why is Outspoken Dad Carl Boycotting His Daughter's Wedding?

Dr. Phil continues his discussion with Carl, who says he is boycotting his daughter, Lisa’s, upcoming wedding amid an inheritance squabble that has left the entire family up in arms. Lisa says if her father can find money to travel to the Ukraine for a "mail-order bride" — who may or may not exist — then he should be able to make it to her wedding. Why does Carl say he is opting out of his daughter’s big day? And, after hearing Dr. Phil’s thoughts, will he have a change of heart? Plus, Carl drops a bombshell, saying he doubts he is the father of Lisa and her twin sister, Jennifer. How does their mother respond? Lisa says all she wants is to have her father’s support, despite their differences. Is there any hope for repairing this damaged father-daughter relationship? And, can this family move forward in peace?


Wednesday - May 6, 2015

"My Cyberbullied Daughter Killed Herself, Now I'm Being Harassed Online by a Stranger"

Tricia says her 12-year-old daughter, Rebecca Ann, a.k.a. Becca, sadly took her own life in Sept. 2013 after being cyberbullied -- a tragedy that made national headlines. Now, Tricia says she can’t even grieve her loss, because she claims she is being harassed online by a stranger who happens to share the same name as her deceased daughter. Tricia claims the woman, Rebecca Ann, has falsely accused her and her 20-year-old daughter, Summer, of killing Becca and her of covering it up. Tempers flare when Tricia and Summer face Rebecca Ann for the first time on Dr. Phil’s stage. Why does Rebecca Ann insist she “knows” Becca didn’t commit suicide? And, hear from Becca’s father -- does he support Rebecca Ann’s quest to have the case reopened? Don’t miss Dr. Phil’s advice to everyone involved. Has Rebecca Ann overstepped her boundaries? Plus, how can Tricia move forward in peace and finally begin to grieve her daughter’s loss?


Thursday - May 7, 2015

Convicted Grandpa Still Claims He is Innocent of Molestation

Betty says her life was turned upside down two years ago when her husband of 23 years, Bill, was falsely accused of molesting their then 5-year-old grandson — whom Bill can be heard calling “sexy butt” on home video. Betty claims the boy’s step-grandmother, Cindy, is jealous of her and Bill’s relationship and, out of revenge, coached the child to say Bill touched him inappropriately — all of which Cindy denies. Although Bill insists he is innocent, he ultimately agreed to plead no contest to two counts of felony child abuse and is now a registered child abuser. Dr. Phil sits down with Betty and Cindy in search of answers. Why does Cindy say she had no choice but to report the alleged abuse to authorities? And, how does she explain so-called inconsistencies in her police statements? Plus, see the video that Betty says was “the nail in Bill’s coffin,” although she insists it is not even remotely incriminating. Was Bill falsely accused? Don’t miss Part 2 tomorrow, when Bill speaks out — and offers to take a polygraph test. What will the results reveal? This program contains sexual content. Viewer discretion advised.


Friday - May 8, 2015

Convicted Grandpa Accused of Molestation Finally Speaks Out

Dr. Phil introduces Bill, a grandfather who -- despite maintaining his innocence -- pleaded no contest to felony child abuse, stemming from accusations that two years ago he was inappropriate with his 5-year-old step-grandson. Bill shares his side of the story via satellite, due to travel restrictions from his probation, in an effort to clear his name. How does he explain home video in which he calls his step-grandson “sexy butt”? And, why did he choose a plea deal instead of a trial? Then, Bill claims a polygraph test the police gave him in connection with their investigation came back “inconclusive,” and he wants to take another to prove his innocence. When the results are revealed, will he like what he hears? Don’t miss the dramatic conclusion! This program contains sexual content. Viewer discretion advised.




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