Monday December 2, 2019
Robin wrote in to the show desperate for help for her husband, Mike. She says it’s urgent because she is ready to leave her husband if he won’t get help with his severe OCD. Robin says she’s set a deadline, and if he doesn’t get help, she’s out of his life and he may be out on the streets. Mike says his OCD has taken over his life and he’s a prisoner in his own head. He says he spends his life living in torment, but he’s willing to do anything to keep Robin in his life.
Tuesday December 3, 2019
Mike and his fiancé, Julia, claim that ever since their engagement, Mike’s ex-wife, Christy, has become “crazy with jealousy” and has been stalking and harassing them. They claim Christy has sent the police to their house over 20 times for no reason and even sent them to Mike and Christy’s son’s football practice! Christy denies their allegations and claims, instead, that her ex-husband is an irresponsible, overbearing, narcissist, who is poisoning their son against her. She says she couldn’t care less about Mike and his new “90-day fiancé,” Julia. Christy says she’s not stalking or harassing them, and has only used the police to ensure she receives her court-ordered weekends with her son. Can Dr. Phil help these battling exes come to a truce? Find out!
Wednesday December 4, 2019
Vicki says her 23-year-old granddaughter, Alexis, is accused of going on a crime spree across two states with a 30-year-old man named Lance, whom she met only four months ago. According to authorities, Lance was caught on a store security camera robbing a clerk with a gun, while Alexis waited for him in a stolen car. Stacey, Alexis’ mom, says Alexis completely changed when she met Lance. She says Alexis and Lance are accused of going through seven counties and stealing five cars before their arrest. Alexis says she will stand by Lance because he gave her love and acceptance after everything that has happened to her after she was raped three years ago. She says she is engaged to Lance and is willing to wait until he gets out of prison.
Thursday December 5, 2019
Ex-USA Gymnastics National Team and Michigan State University doctor Larry Nassar pleaded guilty to three counts of possession of child pornography and 10 counts of criminal sexual conduct and will spend the rest of his life in prison after hundreds of people – mostly young women – came forward about his abuse under the guise of “treatment.” In a Dr. Phil exclusive, two young women, Emma Ann and Grace, speak out for the first time on television about their experience with Larry Nassar. Also, hear from the controversial judge, Judge Rosemarie Aquilina, who said she signed Nassar’s “death warrant,” the attorney, Jamie White, who got a $500 million settlement from MSU, and an author, Abigail Pesta, who is making sure no one forgets this unprecedented crime with her book, The Girls: An All-American Town, a Predatory Doctor, and the Untold Story of the Gymnasts Who Brought Him Down.
Friday December 6, 2019
The heartbreaking case of a missing little girl who vanished without a trace. Five-year-old Dulce Maria Alvarez disappeared more than two months ago, reportedly while playing in a New Jersey park as her mother sat in a car nearby. In an exclusive interview, her mother speaks out. What does she know?