Accused Of Faking Multiple Pregnancies And Baby Deaths; Is She Scamming Men Or A Victim? More
"Courtney claims her former friend Amie has lied about being pregnant three times and losing five babies in total. Courtney claims Amie's alleged pregnancy schemes were very elaborate and believable. She says Amie posted photos of her sonograms and ultrasounds, video of the babies kicking inside her belly, and even had baby shower and maternity photos taken. Courtney claims there was even a balloon launch ceremony for one of Amie's alleged deceased babies and photos of stillborn twins sent to one of the fathers. Amie insists she was pregnant all three times and says she is disgusted by Courtney's false and hurtful accusations. Amie claims Courtney has started an online hate group in order to further harass her. In an attempt to uncover the truth, Dr. Phil producers spoke with the county coroner, the hospital, and even tracked down one of the supposed fathers-to-be. For the first time in two years, Amie and Courtney come face-to-face."
"Doug and Deacon discover they have more in common with each other's wives than their own, so they start hanging out with each other's wives as well. When Kelly tires of Doug, he ruins Deacon and Carrie's good time. Meanwhile, Arthur dispenses romance advice, and the recipient finds success simply doing the opposite."
"Kelly is happy when she finds out Jason wants to have another baby. But when Tasha offers her a job at her management firm, Kelly has a quick change of heart. Meanwhile, when R&B singer Drew Sidora starts calling Derwin on a consistent basis he realizes their recent flirtation has gone a step too far. Tia Mowry and Hosea Chanchez also star."
"When Derwin is unexpectedly forced to take Melanie to singer Drew Sidora's (guest starring as herself) video release party, he panics over how the meeting between them is going to turn out. Kelly and Tasha continue to grow in their work relationship, while Tasha has trouble finding new clients. Meanwhile Jason struggles with his new parenting responsibilities. Hosea Chanchez also stars."
"Han's new therapist suggests that Max needs to confront her "daddy issues" and fear of intimacy, so she reluctantly heads to Rhode Island to track down her birth father with the diner gang in tow. Meanwhile, Oleg gets upset when Sophie asks him to help out around the house."
"Puddy is wearing what can only be described as a "man fur." Jerry and Elaine leave it to George to sniff them out a deal on a massage chair, for an apartment warming gift for their friend Joe Mayo. Elaine doesn't like Joe's parties, because he always gives his guests an assignment. Kramer and Newman are going to reverse the peepholes on their doors. The landlord wants to evict Newman, because he is an agitator. Jerry decides to go wallet-less. George is opposed to the idea; he keeps everything in his wallet."
"George's relationship with a former IRS worker may ease Jerry's tax audit worries- until she becomes his former girlfriend. She wants to know why, so he tells her the truth, this was after he gave her Jerry's tax records. Elaine sees far too much of Kramer, he's dating her roommate; in return he saw far too much of her, in fact all of her. George tries to get Jerry's tax records back, but he finds she gone into a depression clinic. George of course assumes the worst, that he put her there."
As Jeff (Patrick Warburton) expands his social network by becoming friends with a guys from his gym, Brad (guest star: Orlando Jones), he’s quickly convinced by Audrey (Megyn Price) and Adam (Oliver Hudson) that Brad's gay!Meanwhile, Russell’s (David Spad
"Ted invites Robin to be his date at a wedding. But when the bride insists that Ted can’t bring a date to the wedding, he asks the groom’s permission instead, and the groom says yes. The bride and groom argue over the matter, and call off the wedding."
"Peter and some neighbors form a detective agency, and get quite a surprise when they uncover a local thief. Meanwhile, Lois is concerned about a delusional Chris' relationship with a new girlfriend, but also realizes that it wouldn't hurt if Peter were to emulate Chris' romantic ways."
"Four friends compete to embarrass each other in the ultimate hidden camera showdown. In the season finale, the guys toy with customers at a candy store using bizarre party props, they all try their hands at nosing, and they break the rules of appropriate elevator etiquette."