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          Kids Gone Wild

          April 25, 2003

          Drinking, stripping in public and dangerous stunts. Is it a case of kids just being kids? Or should parents be concerned?


          From beer bongs to dance contests, Jay McGraw follows a group of teens around South Padre Island, Texas during spring break to see what really goes on when parents aren't around.

          Erin says that appearing in a Girls Gone Wild video ruined her life. Heartbroken over disappointing her friends and family, she asks Dr. Phil how she can regain the respect and trust of her father.

          Mitch's parents wrote in because they are terrified by his daredevil behavior. The 15-year-old, who hopes to become a stuntman, has pulled several dangerous stunts — including setting himself on fire.
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