"A woman has a family friend fix her car when she gets in an accident, but claims he didn't complete the job; A professional poker player says he gave money to his friend as an investment, but claims he used it to enter poker tournaments instead."
My Parents Don't Love Me, Have Abandoned Me, And Wish They Never Adopted Me More
"Eighteen-year-old Maddie claims her adoptive parents, Beth and Jim, have lied and betrayed her, all because she wasn't the "perfect child" she says her parents thought they adopted. Maddie claims her parents have gone out of their way to label her with a severe mental illness and paint her as the reason their family is dysfunctional. Maddie says her parents have not only recently kicked her out of the house, but have even placed keypad locks on their bedroom doors to "protect" themselves from her. Maddie says her parents have had her arrested multiple times for mental health checks and even had her committed to a psychiatric hospital, where she claims to have been locked in a padded room. Beth and Jim insist Maddie's behavior is out of control and insist everything they have done has been in their family and daughter's best interest. Have these parents overreacted to and exaggerated their daughter's behavior, or is Maddie as out of control as they claim?"
"Today on the Steve Wilkos Show, Yadria is 19 years old and raising her 3 month old daughter with Brayan. She admits to life being difficult as a teenage parent. But the suspicions of Brayan cheating are only exacerbating matters. She claims that he stayed out all night twice in one week. Is there a justified reason to explain his whereabouts? Then, for the past 5 months Heather says she has been living in hell. Her boyfriend of 17 years, Jonathan, is constantly accusing her of cheating with multiple men, including some of his friends. She is hoping to put an end to these outrageous claims by taking a lie detector test today. Find out how Heather fares on today's brand new Steve Wilkos Show."
"Today on the Jerry Springer Show, Jaide says she flashed her friend Karissa boyfriend while they were playing a game of beer pong. But flashing lights weren't the only things Jaide beamed on Karissa's boyfriend Alex. Suspicious that something is wrong, Karissa needs to find out what else is going on because sadly Jaide isn't the only person she needs to be concerned with when it comes to Alex. Next, Freddie admits that using social media as a means to meet women was a big mistake. Now he has to put an end to a woman named Dria who is captivated by their on-line relationship. Will a secret he neglected to tell be enough to curb her enthusiasm? Plus, Jesse says his curiosity may have gotten the best of him. He claims to be straight most of the time, but occasionally has a desire to be with other men, like a man he met on-line named Andrew. He wants the best of both worlds, but will his girlfriend Kaylea approve? See the sparks fly and gloves come off when people reveal their true identities today."
"Doug loans Carrie to Deacon to help prepare Thanksgiving dinner. When Deacon ditches her for Holly's services, his web of lies soon gets out of control. Trying to cover it up, Doug continues to dig a hole for himself."
"Doug's Uncle Stu asks him to get his son, Danny, a job at IPS. Doug doesn't want him working there but he doesn't want to look bad to the family so he instructs his boss to interview him but not hire him. Eventually, Doug feels guilty and goes back to O'Boyle to ask him to reconsider Danny for the job. Meanwhile, Arthur fills out audience comment cards on a new movie."
"Tasha attempts to salvage her friendship with Pookie. Jason and Chardonnay have it out over her involvement in Tasha's love triangle. And, Keira and Blue each share their side of the break-up with Malik (at different times)."
"Chardonnay must hide her friendship with Tasha from Jason, while dealing with the re-emergence of his football persona. Keira reaches out to Blue, after talking with Malik, and apologizes for concealing her virginity."
"Jerry is humiliated when his clown-pattern bounced cheque is displayed publicly at a local store. Elaine's boyfriend, who shaves his head, is shocked when he learns he's going naturally bald. George enjoys the freedom of dating a convict. Meanwhile, Kramer's desire for fresh eggs leads him to buy his own chicken. However, it turns out to be a rooster with a knack for fighting."
"George's father gets him an interview as a bra salesman. Evidence points to Jerry's accountant being a drug user. So Jerry, Kramer and Newman set out to find out the truth. Elaine's new boyfriend is perfect except for his use of an exclamation point."
An overly enthusiastic Audrey pushes it too far with a surrogate mother who she and Jeff are considering paying to have their baby. Meanwhile, Russell shamelessly pokes fun at Jennifer and Adam's wedding Web site.
"When Barney's love life is sabotaged by a mystery woman, he assumes it’s a spurned former lover; he turns to an NCAA tournament bracket to narrow down the field of 64 women (with the most cause to hate his guts) to the final four."
"Joe’s thrilled after leg-transplant surgery, but drives the guys to exhaustion doing all the things he couldn’t do before; and when the guys can’t keep up he drops them for new, more athletic friends."