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Kelly says her 16-year-old daughter, Ellie, is on a path of self-destruction, and she fears for the teen’s life. She says Ellie has an eating disorder, is suicidal, cuts herself and has overdosed on prescription drugs. She also says Ellie lashes out at her in anger on a daily basis, forcing her husband, Rob, to play referee between them. What’s at the root of the teen’s behavior? Ellie admits she has low self-esteem but says her mom is overreacting. How does she explain her choices? Dr. Phil digs deep into the teen’s past to find the source of her pain. Can she turn her life around, before it’s too late? Plus, don’t miss the dramatic moment after the show!

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Megan, 24, says that her twin sister, Mandi’s, extreme competitiveness is destroying their relationship. Megan says that Mandi puts her down and brags that she is the “better” twin -- because she has more money, a cuter husband and a nicer house, among other things. Mandi admits that she likes feeling superior to her sister and chalks up her antagonism to normal sibling rivalry -- but does her behavior cross a line? Dr. Phil gets to the root of Mandi’s need to compete and compare. Is she open to making a change? Then, Paula says her 19-year-old identical triplets, Christina, Brianne and Ashley, have gone from best friends to biggest enemies because of their competitiveness, and she fears the sisters will be forever divided if something doesn’t change. Can they learn to stop the petty rivalry and come together as a family? Plus, Noel says that she’s struggled with depression for years, and it’s taking a toll on her marriage to her husband, Don. He says he wishes Noel would “snap out of it,” and admits that he’s threatened to file for divorce. Dr. Phil offers Noel help with her depression -- will she accept? And, can this marriage be saved?

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Dr. Phil takes on the hot-button topic of racial profiling -- is it a necessary safety measure? First, 22-year-old Kayla made headlines after she claimed that four undercover officers detained her outside a high-end department store in New York City and questioned her about a $2,500 handbag purchase. Was she targeted because of the color of her skin, or was it just a misunderstanding? Then, former child star Cherie Johnson and her actor boyfriend, Dennis White, say their romantic getaway to South Carolina turned into a nightmare when they were allegedly harassed and handcuffed by a police officer while taking pictures of a cotton field. Hear their story -- and why they say the officer went too far. And, 28-year-old former minor league baseball player Robbie Tolan says his dreams of making the major leagues, like his father, Bobby Tolan, were ruined five years ago, after he was shot point-blank in the chest by a police officer who approached him in his parents’ driveway. Robbie -- who still has a bullet lodged in his liver -- believes he was racially profiled and says he will continue to fight for justice, despite losing two court battles against the police department. Why does Robbie say he was targeted? Plus, hear from experts on both sides of the debate. Tune in and decide where you stand on this controversial issue.

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Crisis expert Judy Smith, who inspired the popular character Olivia Pope on the hit TV show Scandal, takes on the real-life dramas of Dr. Phil’s guests. First, 39-year-old mother of two Kimberly says the media has dubbed her the “Florida Party Mom” after she was arrested for allegedly throwing an alcohol-filled party with 26 teens at her home. Kimberly maintains her innocence and claims police lied in their report. What does she say happened on the night she claims SWAT teams showed up at her door -- and broke it down? And, see home video from that night -- why didn’t Kimberly immediately let officers in? Plus, Kimberly says she has lost her job and her dream home because of the scandal, and her reputation has been ruined. Judy offers her tips on how to repair her image and move forward. Then, Soraida says her ex-boyfriend, Bruce, secretly posted her and her 16-year-old daughter, Pam’s, information on Internet escort sites -- causing dozens of men to show up at their home, looking for sex. Soraida says Bruce also posted an X-rated video of the couple online -- and sent it to Pam and her friends. Pam says the experience traumatized her. Why does she say her mother is partly to blame for what happened? Can this mother and daughter repair their relationship -- and reputations? Dr. Phil and Judy offer advice.

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Alexis, the 30-year-old daughter of Dr. Martin MacNeill -- who was recently convicted in the 2007 murder of his wife, Michele -- speaks out about why she helped prosecutors build a case against him and reacts to the recent Dr. Phil interview with her father’s former mistress, Gypsy Willis. Did her mother suspect that her father was having an affair? Alexis opens up about her parents' relationship in the months before her mother’s death. Prosecutors accused the Utah doctor of coercing his wife into having plastic surgery so that he could heavily medicate her during recovery and drown her in the bathtub. Hear about concerns Alexis says her mother had before undergoing surgery -- did she fear for her safety? And, what does Alexis claim her father did in the days after the surgery that, in hindsight, she feels was a major red flag? Then, Alexis describes the first time she met Gypsy, whom her father introduced as the family’s new nanny -- did she suspect there was something more going on between them? And, hear why Alexis says she believes that Gypsy knows more about her mother's death than she's admitting. Plus, how does Alexis feel about her father? Will she ever speak to him again?

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Holly says her 24-year-old sister, Andrea, is an intimidating bully who verbally and physically attacks people -- including complete strangers -- and her behavior is ruining their relationship. Holly says she’s been feeling the wrath of her sister’s anger since they were kids -- when she would lock herself in another room to avoid Andrea’s aggression. Now, Holly says Andrea embarrasses her with her mean comments and nasty confrontations when they’re out in public, and she’s tired of walking on eggshells around her sibling. Andrea admits that she’s judgmental and angry but says she enjoys the rush of power whenever she erupts, which makes her feel “fearless,” “strong” and “unstoppable.” Dr. Phil faces off with Andrea. What’s at the root of her anger? Will she let down her guard and work toward healing the wounds of her past -- and mend her relationship with her sister? This program contains strong language. Viewer discretion advised.

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Gypsy Willis, the former mistress of Dr. Martin MacNeill -- who was recently convicted in the 2007 murder of his wife, Michele -- speaks out about the headline-grabbing case and controversies that surround her. Why does she say she moved into MacNeill’s home just nine days after his wife’s death? Defense attorneys argued that Michele, a mother of eight, died of heart problems, which caused her to fall in the bathtub -- but prosecutors accused the Utah doctor of persuading his wife to have plastic surgery so that he could heavily medicate her during recovery and drown her -- clearing the way for Gypsy to move into the family’s home. Hear why Gypsy, who says she was blinded by love and still cares deeply for her former lover, thinks MacNeill was wrongfully convicted. When Dr. Phil and former FBI Profiler Clint Van Zandt provide their analysis, will she change her mind? Plus, Gypsy was convicted of fraud in 2009 for stealing MacNeill’s daughter’s identity -- how does she explain her actions?

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Emily and Lori say in the last year and a half, their sister, Kim, lost more than 100 pounds, filed for divorce and became a member of a sexual fetish group -- and they worry about the effect her new lifestyle is having on her 9-year-old daughter. Kim maintains that she’s happy and insists she cares for her daughter properly. She says she has no plans to leave the group or her new boyfriend, Stacy, who is also a member, and whom she plans to move in with. Emotions run high when Kim’s sisters meet Stacy for the first time -- and Dr. Phil reveals a shocking secret from Stacy’s past. What explanation does Stacy offer? How much did Kim know? And, how will she respond when all the information is out on the table? Plus, Dr. Phil weighs in -- does he think Kim’s daughter is in danger? And, what advice does he have for this family moving forward? Don’t miss the dramatic conclusion! This show contains strong sexual content. Viewer discretion advised.

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Emily and Lori say that when their oldest sister, Kim, lost 115 pounds a year and a half ago, she turned into a completely different person. A one-time devoted wife and mother, they say that Kim filed for divorce from her husband of 17 years, joined a sexual fetish group and started neglecting her 9-year-old daughter’s needs -- one time even losing track of the child for several hours. The sisters also claim that their niece is being exposed to Kim’s sexual activities and has become scared and withdrawn. Kim says that she’s happier than ever and insists that her daughter is well taken care of and is not exposed to any sexual activities -- and she says her sisters are blowing things way out of proportion. How does she describe her new lifestyle and the changes she has made? And, hear from Kim’s soon-to-be ex-husband, James. Does he support the way Kim is living her life? Dr. Phil sorts through the allegations in search of the truth -- is Kim’s daughter in an unsafe environment? Plus, Kim has a new boyfriend, Stacy, whom she calls the love of her life. Don’t miss part two tomorrow, when the sisters come face-to-face with Stacy for the first time -- and learn a shocking secret about his past. This show contains strong sexual content. Viewer discretion advised.

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Dr. Phil continues his exclusive interview with Michelle Knight, the first of the three Cleveland kidnapping victims to break her silence. Ariel Castro’s first and self-professed “most hated” victim reveals never-before-heard details about how she survived in the house and the day she says she was forced to "prepare" a room for Castro's third victim. Hear about the remarkable bond that developed between the young women — how they protected each other. She also recounts the day of her dramatic rescue. Don’t miss this emotional conclusion! The following program contains strong sexual content. Viewer discretion advised.

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