In a groundbreaking social experiment, six people with different prejudices moved into The Dr. Phil House to break down their walls of hatred and intolerance. After all their hard work, Dr. Phil wanted to reward them with an island getaway to the Divvy Carina Bay Resort and Casino in St. Croix. Four of the guests were able to go.
"It's been a year," Christina says. "Before I moved into the House, I didn't like gay people at all. Since that show, I've been making better choices. I have no issue with homosexuality whatsoever."
"Before I entered the House, I wouldn't say hello to anybody except for when they're white, and now I get along with everybody," says Gary, a former white supremacist. "I'm a better person because of Dr. Phil."
"The Dr. Phil House " it's life-changing to say the least," Tessa says. "Now, it is normal to me to not be worried about straight or gay. Dr. Phil, thanks for the trip to St. Croix. I'm having a great time here and life is good."
"Before I entered The Dr. Phil House, I felt like overweight people had that problem just because they were lazy," Staci says. "Now, I give a lot more people the benefit of the doubt. Dr. Phil, thank you for this experience. Thank you for the experience of The House."
Special thanks to CheapCaribbean.com for providing air transportation for these guests.