Shows This Week
Monday - July 27, 2015
Tuesday - July 28, 2015
Wednesday - July 29, 2015
A Father Accused: Who's Telling the Truth?Megan, 24, claims six years ago, her father, Robert, raped her while she was passed out after a night of partying -- an accusation Robert vehemently denies. Megan says when she finally had the courage to speak up about what she claims happened, her mother, Tina, and sister, Krissy, called her a liar and took her father’s side. Robert accuses Megan of fabricating the “disgusting” story with one goal in mind -- payback for him being the disciplinarian while raising her. The divided family sits down with Dr. Phil in search of answers. Robert and Megan both agree to take a polygraph test -- what will the results reveal? And, how can this family heal and move forward? This show contains strong language and adult subject matter. Viewer discretion advised.
Thursday - July 30, 2015
A Family Divided over an Unsolved MurderIn August 2009, Penny’s 40-year-old sister, Shannon, a successful businesswoman, was found dead in her car, at the bottom of a cliff, in what authorities initially believed was a tragic accident but later ruled a homicide — a case that remains unsolved. Emotions run high when Penny faces her father, Ted, for the first time in two years and drops a bombshell: She believes he hired a hitman to kill Shannon. Ted admits his relationship with Shannon was strained at the time, but he vehemently denies he had anything to do with her death. How will Ted react to Penny’s accusation? Tune in to watch the drama unfold as this father and daughter angrily level charges against each other — can Penny and Ted find a way to repair their relationship, or have the accusations gone too far?
Friday - July 31, 2015
Pretty Little Mean GirlsDr. Phil tackles one of the most dangerous trends affecting young adults today -- cyberbullying. Kalista, 20, claims she has been virtually assaulted for almost two years by Taylor, 20, a girl who Kalista says loves to attack people when they’re at their lowest point. Kalista says Taylor has posted photos of her online and written lies that she does drugs, is a stripper and a prostitute. Kalista says she’s not the only victim of Taylor’s alleged bullying -- Shelby, 22, and Shayna, 21, say they also have been targeted -- and she’s worried someone may be pushed too far. How do they say Taylor’s alleged actions have affected them? Taylor admits she has made nasty comments -- why does she say she was only defending herself? Dr. Phil brings all parties together to try to end the hostility. Are these young women ready to unplug and end the animosity? Plus, hear from the mother of a 12-year-old girl who tragically ended her own life after being cyberbullied. Will her story make an impact?
LAST WEEK'S SHOWS
Monday- 1,000 Lies and Counting: A Husband Who Can't Tell the Truth
Tuesday- "My 21-Year-Old Daughter is Obsessed with Her Controlling, Jealous, Heroin-Addicted Boyfriend"
Wednesday- "Is My Wife Real or a Nigerian Love Scam?"
Thursday- “My 4-Year-Old Daughter Crushes Her Candy Like Her Dad Crushes His Pain Pills”
Friday- Lifetime Grudge: Can Mother and Daughter Finally Bury the Hatchet?