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Dr. Phil continues his efforts to get Survivor: China winner Todd Herzog the life-saving treatment he needs, following Todd’s relapse after 112 days of sobriety. Todd said he was angry when Dr. Phil showed up on his doorstep and did not want to return to Texas, where he completed rehab but refused to go into aftercare. Does he realize the severity of his situation? Dr. Phil doesn’t mince words with Todd -- or with his mother, who admits she’s in over her head. Can she learn to stop enabling her son? And, when given another chance to overcome his addiction, will Todd accept? Then, almost a month ago, “Homeless Joe” appeared on the show and was offered help for his alcoholism. How is he doing now? And, is he still living on the streets?

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When he first appeared on the show one year ago, Survivor: China winner Todd Herzog was battling an alcohol addiction so severe, his family feared he could die at any moment. A clearly intoxicated Todd received a dose of reality from Dr. Phil and agreed to enter a 90-day rehab program. Several months later, in February 2014, Todd took part in Dr. Phil’s 2000th episode and had a happy update: He had been sober for 112 days. But Todd’s mother, Shirley, and stepdad, Chuck, say Todd has since fallen off the wagon completely and is now worse than ever. With no time to waste, Dr. Phil travels to Todd’s home in Utah and flies him back to Los Angeles for another life-saving intervention, alongside mother-and-son intervention team Brandon and Debbie. What went wrong with Todd? Plus, don’t miss Part 2 tomorrow, when Todd is offered another chance to turn his life around -- will he accept?

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In a daytime television exclusive, Dr. Phil sits down with Gigi Jordan, a millionaire New York socialite and former pharmaceutical executive on trial this week for the February 2010 death of her 8-year-old son, Jude. Jordan has admitted to giving Jude a fatal dose of prescription drugs inside a luxury suite at the Peninsula Hotel in Midtown Manhattan, in what she claims was a murder-suicide gone wrong. Jordan opens up about that fateful day -- and what she claims drove her to the point of desperation. Was this murder or a mother trying to protect her child? And, does Jordan regret her actions?

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Kaitlyn and her professional fighter husband, Josh, made headlines in August when he was arrested for allegedly assaulting her on two separate occasions over one weekend. Josh faces multiple charges stemming from the incidents, but Kaitlyn says she has no plans to divorce him. She insists Josh, with whom she has two kids, should never have been jailed and blames her mother, Karen, for “meddling” and contacting police. Emotions run high when the women sit down with Dr. Phil — why is Kaitlyn defending Josh? Hear the unusual explanation she gives for some of his questionable behavior. Plus, in an exclusive telephone interview from jail, Josh speaks out for the first time. What does he say about the situation? Dr. Phil has a strong warning for Kaitlyn — and an offer of help. Will she accept?

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Dr. Phil sits down with “Homeless Joe,” a 26-year-old YouTube sensation who survives the mean streets of Manhattan by panhandling during the day and picking up women at night. Joe says he relies on his good looks and charm to convince women to take him home -- giving him a place to sleep and a hot shower a few nights a week. On the other nights, he makes his bed on a piece of cardboard. How did he end up living on the streets? Joe’s friend, Pedro, says Joe is a good guy but is an alcoholic who needs help -- which is why he drove Joe across the country to meet Dr. Phil. Is this “cardboard Casanova” interested in turning his life around?

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Two years ago, at age 18, Matthew Scheidt was convicted of impersonating a physician assistant and practicing medicine without a license at a Florida hospital. According to prosecutors, he dressed wounds, examined patients and even performed CPR -- despite having no qualifications for the position. Four months after being bonded out of a juvenile detention center, he was arrested again -- find out what crime he was accused of doing while on probation! In a Dr. Phil exclusive, Matthew, now 20, speaks out for the first time. How does he explain his actions? And, now that he is a convicted felon, how can he repair his reputation and move toward a more promising future?

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On Dec. 3, 1957, 7-year-old Maria Ridulph disappeared near her Illinois home, and five months later, her body was found. The case went cold for 55 years, until a mother’s deathbed confession implicated her own son, Jack McCullough -- once known as John Tessier -- who eventually was convicted of the murder, despite maintaining his innocence. Dr. Phil sits down with Maria’s brother, Chuck, and talks to Maria’s friend Kathy -- the last person to see her alive. What happened that fateful night? Plus, hear from McCullough’s sister, Janet, who turned her brother in and testified against him. Why does she say she’s convinced her brother is guilty? And, learn why McCullough’s stepdaughter, Janey, says her stepfather is not a murderer. Could McCullough have been wrongfully convicted?

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Canda claims for the past three years, she has been cyberstalked and bullied by Annette, a woman she has never even met. She says Annette is obsessed with her life and is using the Internet as a tool to embarrass and humiliate her -- including publicizing her criminal record. But Annette tells a very different story and insists Canda is the one stalking her, sending her as many as 6,000 emails in a single day. Dr. Phil brings the women face to face for the first time in search of a peaceful resolution. What’s at the root of this bad blood? The only connection between the two women is a man -- Annette’s ex-boyfriend, whom Canda dated nearly 30 years ago in high school. Hear what he has to say. Is this a case of jealousy run amok? And, can Canda and Annette finally reach a truce?

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Dottie says for nearly 45 years, she has been searching unsuccessfully for her three children, who she claims were kidnapped by her ex-husband, Bill, after she dropped them off for a visit on Thanksgiving Day in 1969. With help from professional locator Troy Dunn, Dr. Phil reunites Dottie with her two youngest children, Theresa, 50, and Tim, 48 -- but will it be the happy reunion she is hoping for? Dottie claims Bill, who is now deceased, abused her throughout their 10-year marriage. But Theresa and Tim say they have a very different recollection of their childhood and their parents. What do they remember about Dottie? And, are they interested in having a relationship with her? Plus, get an update on one of Dr. Phil’s most memorable reunions!

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Sylvia and her ex-husband, John, say their 24-year-old son, Johnny, has extreme rage issues, and they fear he might one day follow through with his continuous threats to kill them. They claim they’ve done everything in their power to help their son, including having him arrested and committed to psych wards seven times, but they say nothing has worked. Johnny blames his parents for his behavior and says they disrespect and antagonize him. What’s really at the root of his rage? Dr. Phil digs deep into Johnny’s past and uncovers a source of pain. Can Johnny calm his anger and finally heal his emotional wounds? This show contains strong language. Viewer discretion advised.

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