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(Original Air Date: 05/17/12) Kade says after seeing a Dr. Phil episode about sugar babies, he joked with his wife, April, that she should give it a try. Although he took photos of her, Kade says he never expected April would actually meet up with anyone. April says meeting strangers for sex turned out to be more exciting than being intimate with Kade, and the extra cash helped their family, but now it’s ruining their marriage. Hear what April says about her past that may shed light on her current choices. And, can she and Kade rekindle the intimacy in their marriage? Then, Tori, 15, says her mother, Lacey, loves to be the center of attention and often flaunts her L-sized breast implants -- much to Tori's embarrassment. She says she can’t go anywhere with her mom without people stopping them to take photos or ask for autographs, and the constant spotlight makes her feel uncomfortable. Lacey says despite the effect that her appearance has on her daughter, she relishes the attention, and although she’s already had 12 surgeries on her breasts, she wants to go even bigger. Is there a line that Lacey won’t cross when it comes to going under the knife?

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Replied By: shannonmarinof on May 17, 2012, 6:44AM
OMG Dr.Phil - this is rediculous!! if she is in it for the money she should be a porn star !! My poor 16 year old daughter has been cursed with big boobs - a natual size probly close to a 42 M - we are in the process of a breast reduction -

This lady is gonna be a old hunchback wrinkley gross mass of ewww- dont even wanna think of what that might look like -

Thanks for sharing !
 
Replied By: mikesb on May 17, 2012, 6:43AM
Is todays show supposed to be a joke? Because it sure IS. The first woman having a "sugar daddy", I almost hurt myself falling onto the floor from laughter. NO WAY IN THE WORLD does any man pay or give that woman money or "gifts" for sex. The thought of it is absurd! And the second "woman", if you can still call her that, is nothing but a walking punchline. And worst of all, she's spent tons of money and looks like some kind of medical experiment gone wrong. How does her "doctor" still have a license?
 
Replied By: firecracker4 on May 14, 2012, 5:32AM
Why would any reputable plastic surgeon do the surgery? Aren't there guidelines as to the psychological fitness of patients before they take the risk of elective surgery?
 
Replied By: kaysquare on May 13, 2012, 9:54AM
Good grief......"L" size, really???? On purpose???  I don't blame the daughter for not wanting to be seen with her Mother, I wouldn't either.  Yes, people probably stare at her, but it's not in admiration, it's more like how people stare at circus freaks.
 
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