Monday June 27, 2022
Nowadays, social media rules the world, and this decade has proven to be more “untraditional” and “mold-breaking” than ever before. But in this ever-changing society, we continue to ask an important question: How far is too far? Dr. Phil discusses that when he meets three different people whose quest for fame and fortune not only went viral -- but also made national news. Some were criticized -- and in some cases, canceled -- by the public for “crossing the line.” First, a 22-year-old went viral in August after quitting his day job and approaching a popular social media influencer and asking him for a job. Does he have what it takes for a career in social media? Next, Dr. Phil meets a YouTuber who was canceled for his controversial videos. What does he have to say? And lastly, meet a woman who turned to social media to make money in what some call an “unconventional” way – but she says she’s doing better than ever before. Tune in to hear these stories!
Tuesday June 28, 2022
Emily says her childhood was full of dysfunction because her mother, Linda, lived a double life. By day, Linda says she was a suburban housewife driving her daughter to ballet class in her gray minivan. But unbeknownst to Emily and the neighborhood, Linda secretly was a drug-addicted “madam” who oversaw two brothels that serviced rich and powerful men. Now, Emily tells Dr. Phil she’s feeling a lot of resentment toward her mother but doesn’t know how to tell her. Can Dr. Phil help Emily set up some boundaries with her mom? Plus, Emily reveals another secret she says her mother kept from her for over 30 years.
Wednesday June 29, 2022
Nancy says, for the past two years, she has been in an online relationship with an honest and loving man, “Shaun.” The problem? For starters, her son, Darcy, says Nancy doesn’t even know what he looks like! Nancy says despite the evidence her son and daughter-in-law have shown her, she is adamant she is not being scammed by “Shaun.” In fact, Nancy and her family were supposed to meet Dr. Phil last season, but Nancy declined. Today, Nancy sits down with Dr. Phil – and even throws his staff a curve ball about a university “Shaun” allegedly went to. What happens? Find out on part one of this two-part episode.
See what happens on part two, Catfish Controversy: A Mom and Son Face Off!
Thursday June 30, 2022
Dr. Phil continues his conversation with Nancy, who, despite the evidence Dr. Phil presented, was adamant she isn’t being scammed by her online boyfriend, “Shaun.” Today, Nancy and her son, Darcy, speak face-to-face for the first time in over a year. And, Darcy has been hiding a shocking secret about “Shaun” from Nancy. What is it? Plus, an update from past guests who can relate all too well to Nancy’s story. Where are they now – and will their story inspire Nancy to have a change of heart? Find out today!
Get caught up on part 1, “Talk to Dr. Phil or We’re Done!”
Friday July 1, 2022
You have most likely heard of Gabby Petito, Natalee Holloway and Lacy Peterson. But have you heard of Henny Scott, Ashley Loring, or Jermain Charlo? Those are the names of just a few of the Indigenous women who have disappeared. Some are discovered dead days later, some are never found. But the mystery of what happened to them often remains unsolved. Families say they don’t get answers from law enforcement and are left grief-stricken with no closure. Their stories are not unique — not in Native American communities where there is an epidemic of missing women. According to their families, no one cares about these girls, and that’s why you never hear about them. Nate and Paula’s 14-year-old daughter, Henny Scott, disappeared almost three years ago while she was hanging out with friends and was found dead two weeks later. Ashley Loring was only 20 years old when she disappeared four years ago. She was last seen in Browning, a Montana town on the Blackfeet Indian reservation. Her mother, Loxie, says there are still no answers. Former criminal prosecutor Loni Coombs, tribal filmmaker Rain, and Representative Greg Stanton of Arizona tackle this nationwide epidemic with Dr. Phil. This is a call to action because Indigenous women say they have a target on their back.
If you want to help Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women, write to your congressperson and senators and let them know that you care about this issue and it matters. You can also write to newspapers and local TV stations.
If you have any information, please call the Missing and Murdered Unit tip line at: 1-833-560-2065.