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Jon, 32, says he hates his father, Jim -- with whom he and his 9-year-old daughter live -- so much that he wishes Jim would die. He says Jim is money-hungry, selfish and untrustworthy and claims his dad has called the police on him multiple times -- including once for “stealing” a pork chop! Jim, who works over the holidays as a Santa Claus, says all he wants for Christmas is peace in his house. He says his son is an entitled, ungrateful “mooch” who could never survive on his own. Dr. Phil intervenes in this father-son feud. Why hasn’t Jim told his son to leave? Hear from Jon’s brother, Jimmy, and mother, Luann -- what do they say about the drama? Can Jon and Jim put an end to the fighting? Then, professional trainer and body builder Greg thinks he is on the show to talk about health and fitness, but Troy Dunn has a big surprise for him: his long-lost son! Tune in to see this emotional reunion decades in the making! And, don’t miss a moving performance by 14-year-old singing sensation Jackie Evancho!

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Racial tensions have reached a boiling point across the nation after the officer-involved deaths of Michael Brown in Ferguson, 12-year-old Tamir Rice in Cleveland and Eric Garner, the unarmed father of six who died after being put in a chokehold by a police officer in New York. Dr. Phil examines the controversial cases and asks: What is the solution? Hear from Eric Garner’s sister and oldest daughter, as well as Michael Brown’s mother. How are they coping? And, what message do they want to share with others? Then, professional football player Ben Watson -- whose Facebook post about the Ferguson case went viral -- weighs in. Why did he decide to speak out? Plus, two black college students who allege they were racially profiled by the police talk about an encounter they say should never have happened. And, are allegations of excessive force by police just a black and white issue? A brother and sister say their unarmed sibling, a 20-year-old white man, was shot and killed by a police officer -- who was not charged. Tune in and weigh in: What can we learn from these tragic stories?

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A few weeks ago, former Here Comes Honey Boo Boo star “Mama June” Shannon spoke exclusively with Dr. Phil and denied rekindling a romantic relationship with Mark McDaniel -- the man convicted of molesting her 20-year-old daughter, Anna “Chickadee” Cardwell, when Anna was 8. Now, Anna joins Dr. Phil alongside her grandmother, Sandra, to tell her side of the story. What does she say happened to her as a child? And, why does she claim her mother knew about the sexual abuse when it occurred but chose not to believe her? Anna also accuses Mama June of draining her $30,000 trust fund, leaving her nearly penniless -- an allegation her mother completely denies. Is there any chance at repairing her relationship with her mother? Plus, “Uncle Poodle” returns and reunites with Anna for the first time in nearly a year. This program contains sexual content. Viewer discretion advised.

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Lauren says that in March 2004 she was kidnapped from her home at gunpoint, sold into sex slavery and witnessed a woman’s murder -- all in just eight days. She says she somehow managed to escape but claims her memory of the ordeal was lost until five years ago, when she started having flashbacks. Lauren says she has gone to the police, but they don’t believe her -- and she admits even she questions herself at times. Dr. Phil sits down with Lauren and her mother, Hannah, in search of answers. Why does Hannah say her daughter could not have been missing during that time? Then, professional locator Troy Dunn unites Lauren with Elizabeth, the mother of the woman Lauren believes was murdered, who remains missing. What does Elizabeth say? Can Lauren finally find some clarity and begin to move forward? This show contains adult subject matter and strong language. Viewer discretion advised.

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Teresa says her husband of 12 years, Joe, cheated on her and was abusive with her until 2011, when he was arrested for domestic violence and got help with his anger. Now, Teresa says she is filled with rage and directs her anger at Joe -- hitting him, throwing things and screaming at him -- often in front of their three children. How can she rein in her anger and learn to trust her husband again? Joe admits he was abusive in the past but says he has done everything in his power to change and make amends. He says he wants to save their marriage, but Teresa can’t get over his past. Can Joe convince Teresa he is a changed man? Then, Karen says her friend, Kime, deserves to be recognized for being a fabulous friend, wife and mother. She says Kime takes care of herself as well as others and is a wonderful role model to her four daughters. Find out the heroic act she made on behalf of a stranger!

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Anna says she has no idea what to do with her 16-year-old daughter, Layton, who has run away from home more than 20 times in the last eight months. In August, Layton made headlines in an incident that had Anna fearing the worst: that her daughter had been abducted. Anna says things have gotten so bad that she has resorted to locking her daughter in the house -- and even that’s not working. Layton says when she gets the urge to take off, nothing can stand in her way -- and she admits she will do it again. What is she running from? Dr. Phil has some tough questions for the teen, who says she knows how to get by on the streets. Does she realize the danger she’s putting herself in? How can Anna help her daughter get back on track and out of harm’s way?

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Andre says his sister, Valerie, isn’t just a gold digger -- she’s a “platinum digger” who preys on men with money and power, especially professional athletes. He says he fears Valerie’s sexy, scheming ways are going to get her seriously hurt -- or even killed -- and he’s tired of rescuing her when her relationships go south. Valerie admits she has made some bad dating decisions but insists she’s fine and Andre needs to butt out. She says she has a natural talent for “manipulating the situation” -- which has brought her money, jewelry, lavish trips and luxury cars -- but denies being a gold digger. How does she describe her behavior? And, why does she say Andre is in no position to judge her? Dr. Phil intervenes in this brother-sister feud. Can Valerie and Andre fix their fractured bond? And, is Valerie ready to put love before money? This program contains strong language and adult subject matter. Viewer discretion advised.

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Dana and Frank LaRosa say they got married after knowing each other only eight weeks, and their one-and-a-half-year marriage has been filled with screaming fights and included police interventions. Dana, who has three daughters, says Frank completely changed for the worse after getting married, and being with him is like raising a fourth child. She also says he is “sneaky” and “conniving” and has a chronic gambling problem. Frank admits he’s not happy in the relationship and has left Dana five times. He says Dana cries wolf and has had him arrested twice for domestic violence -- conduct which he denies. What do Dana’s children have to say about their stepfather? Was this relationship doomed from the start, or can Dr. Phil help them find a solution? OAD: 9-30-14

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In March 2014, authorities found 5-year-old Jordan Bleimeyer -- who reportedly weighed just 29 pounds. Authorities allege he had been starved and locked inside a small closet under the stairs of a Houston-area home. His father, Bradley, and stepmother, Tammi, were arrested and charged with felony child endangerment. In an exclusive interview, Tammi breaks her silence to explain why she claims she had no idea what was happening to her stepson. What was really happening behind the closed doors of the house that police say was little Jordan’s prison? And, where are Tammi’s seven biological children now? Plus, hear an update from Jordan’s mother, Windy. How is the boy doing now? Then, on the heels of his interview with Mama June, Dr. Phil sits down with Honey Boo Boo’s “Uncle Poodle,” brother to Mike “Sugar Bear” Thompson, in another daytime television exclusive. Mama June adamantly denies having any relationship with convicted sex offender Mark McDaniel since his release from prison -- why does Uncle Poodle say she is lying?

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Earlier this year, 9-year-old former child pageant star Alana “Honey Boo Boo” Thompson saw her four-year reality television reign come to an end after reports surfaced that her mother, June “Mama June” Shannon, was allegedly dating convicted sex offender Mark McDaniel -- who pleaded guilty to molesting Mama June’s oldest daughter, 20-year-old Anna, who recently publicly confirmed that she was his victim. Mama June denies being romantically involved with McDaniel, who was released from prison in March 2014 after serving a 10-year sentence for aggravated child molestation. In a daytime television exclusive, Dr. Phil travels to Georgia to visit Mama June. How does she answer to allegations that she has allowed McDaniel around her younger children? Plus, Anna reportedly claims that Mama June depleted her trust fund and used some of the money to buy McDaniel a new car -- how does Mama June respond? Does she have her children's best interests at heart?

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