Monday September 7, 2020
JenaLeigh’s brother, Wade, had a surprise baby with his ex-girlfriend, Margaret. JenaLeigh and her mother, Jeanne, say they are now worried about the baby’s safety because they claim his parents have a physically and verbally abusive relationship. And, to top it off, Wade is being evicted from the home he rents from his uncle, John, who claims Wade has turned it into a disaster. Can Dr. Phil help these young parents at war?
Tuesday September 8, 2020
On June 20, 2016, 23-year-old Jessie Grace vanished without a trace from her hometown of Wenatchee, Washington. It’s been almost four years since Jessie disappeared, and there have been zero sightings. Her younger sister, Brittany, says she has accepted that her sister is most likely dead and claims her mother has become obsessed with trying to solve the case, even infiltrating local gangs to try to find answers. But that’s not all. Brittany claims her mother has transformed from Sherrie, the suburban housewife, to “Ma Shay,” the bad-ass, gun-toting grandma. Brittany says her mom is putting the entire family in danger by refusing to accept that they may never learn what happened to Jessie. Can Dr. Phil get through to Sherrie and convince her to stop her dangerous gangster lifestyle? Find out!
Wednesday September 9, 2020
Parents Kristin and Rick say they need help making the most difficult decision of their lives: should they place their 15-year-old son into foster care? Kristin and Rick say they are worried that Robbie, who admits he has strong sexual urges toward young children, is a pedophile. The parents say they recently found out their greatest fears have come true; their son confessed to sexually abusing two victims. But, the clock is ticking because in a few weeks, Robbie will be discharged from treatment, and he admits he is still a danger to others.
Thursday September 10, 2020
Bob seemed to personify the American dream. He worked his way up the corporate ladder for 25 years at the same company. He and his wife, JoAnn, rented a beach house, took their daughters on posh vacations, belonged to a country club and were the owners of a 3,500 square foot dream home in a beautiful suburb. But, Bob says all that came crashing down when he lost his job in 2009 and had to start asking family and friends for money. His daughters, Sarah, Kate, and Emily say their father’s lies and deceptions started long before his job loss. They say he’s claimed to be a pilot, an attorney, and even said he had stage 4 pancreatic cancer. Bob says he's done lying -- but is he really ready to get real?
Friday September 11, 2020
Dr. Phil checks in with some of his most talked about guests. How are they now? Find out what happened to the father whose three daughters accused him of prowling the internet for young women and drinking himself nearly to death. Then, Dr. Phil discusses the emotional toll on the men and women of law enforcement, why they fear the stigma associated with admitting they are struggling, and why some feel suicide is the only option. Don’t miss these important updates about Dr. Phil’s most memorable guests.