June 09, 2006
Are you letting no-good, dirty, rotten scoundrels in your life instead of what you really deserve? Dr. Phil teaches his guests, and you, how to stop loving dumb and how to act smart in the search for love.
Bitter No More?
When Jeannie first appeared on the show, she was surprised to learn what men really thought of her. After her wake-up call, she put Dr. Phil's tools to work, so why is she still loving dumb?
Learning to Let Go
When Hayley went to Love Smart Island, she was excited to meet Todd, although she discovered that Chad was actually what she was looking for. She and Chad have been dating for a few months, but something is keeping the relationship from moving to the next level.
Getting Back into the Game
Todd, one of the bachelors who went to Love Smart Island, faces what might be the reality of why he's not finding Ms. Right. Then, he gets the chance to meet three new girls ... but there's a catch.
Telling It Like It Is
Three single women fed up with men who dump them without an explanation face off with Robert, a single guy who tells them the cold, hard truth once and for all.
At the end of the show, Andrea Bocelli, the largest-selling classical recording artist in history, sings "Besame Mucho" and "Can't Help Falling in Love" — two of the most romantic songs from his new CD, Amore.