Dr. Phil continues to search for answers in the cold case murder of Rachel's 14-year-old sister, Lori. Both Walt and Rachel agree to take polygraph tests to prove their claims — and the unexpected happens. What will the results reveal?

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"I Was Blindsided"

Walt says after the first show taping, he felt blindsided by Rachel and Dr. Phil, and he thought they were trying to “play judge and jury” and re-try him onstage. “They were, more or less, accusing me of killing Lori,” he says, adding that Rachel has not yet been cleared as a suspect.

Walt and Rachel await the results of their polygraph tests, administered by former FBI agent Jack Trimarco. When Dr. Phil asks Walt why he refused to take a polygraph regarding Rachel's rape allegations against him, he denies ever raping anyone and says he appeared on the show only to discuss Lori's murder.

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What will Rachel's polygraph results reveal?

Walt addresses Rachel: “I feel sorry for you and your family as much as I do mine; my life has been destroyed over this.”

Hear the results of Walt's polygraph — how will Rachel react?

An unexpected moment occurs between Walt and Rachel.

“You do your sister no service by allowing yourself to fall apart.”

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