"An artist and a cannabis consultant disagree over who should pay their enormous electric bill."
"A Georgia man is skeptical of his girlfriend's claims that he's the father of her 2-year-old child because he says he has evidence that she's been cheating on him."
"Identical 16-year-old twins Taylor and Tricia both say they may only have a few months to live due to their deadly "identical" eating disorder. The twins say in order to continue to stay as thin as possible, they do everything identically, including counting the 12 crackers they allow themselves to eat. They say their need to look identical fuels their disease because neither wants to be known as the "fatter twin". Their mother, Vicky, says she thought her daughters' dire condition would unite her and the twins' father, Robert, but says it has done the opposite. Robert says he blames Vicky in large part for their daughters' eating disorder because he claims it was a result of Vicky having had an affair -- which she denies -- and "breaking up their marriage". Robert says he's embarrassed to be seen in public with the twins because they look like "toothpicks", and admits he has called them both horrible names out of frustration. Can Dr. Phil get these two parents on the same page in order to save Tricia and Taylor's lives? Plus, the man Vicky is accused of leaving her marriage for confronts Robert about the way he treats the twins. It's an emotional Dr. Phil you cannot miss."
"T.D. Jakes talks to Maria Shriver about her passion for Alzheimer's awareness and research."
Doug and Deacon's relationship hits a speed bump when Deacon unknowingly befriends Doug's grade school archenemy.
Carrie convinces Doug to be the best man at his cousin's wedding.
"Molly’s excited her book is finally out and available for purchase, but worries obsessively that no one will buy it."
"Mike finds himself in a tough spot when his mother begins dating his boss."
"After Ted assures Barney he’ll keep Quinn’s occupation a secret, he breaks his promise—and the gang sets out to destroy the relationship before Barney and Quinn move in together; Ted and Robin bicker over who gets to sublet Quinn’s apartment."
"Ted is dismayed to learn that the architectural project he was working on was cancelled a month earlier; Ted and his friends try to guess the identity of a celebrity who offered to perform a Canadian sex act on Robin."
"Caroline and Max disagree over how to use their new credit card. Meanwhile, Earl's son, played by Cedric the Entertainer, comes for a visit."
"Season 3 ends with Caroline helping Max earn her high-school diploma and reconnect with her estranged mother."
George tries to keep his ATM code a secret from Susan. Elaine is puzzled by a man she once met at a party and talked to for ten minutes, doesn't remember her, but he does remember other party details. Leapin' Larry, a one-legged man, wants Jerry to do spo
The new president of NBC calls a meeting with Jerry and George and offers them a series based on the pilot "Jerry". On their way to a a celebratory trip to Paris, NBC jet needs to make an emergency landing in Latham, Massachusetts. While there, the gang s
Timmy convinces Russell he needs a budget when the utilities are turned off in his apartment. Meanwhile, Audrey has a mentee who wants to see her office and learn about publishing.
Worried about getting his father's approval, Russell gets Liz all dolled up to meet him.
"When Peter tries to get out of paying a doctors bill by faking his own death, he is visited by Death himself, who wants to take Peter away. After Death twists his ankle while chasing Peter, everyone on Earth becomes immortal while Death is incapacitated."
"After Peter’s financial woes are reversed by a Jewish accountant, Peter decides to convert Chris to Judaism so he’ll make something of his life."
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"The Pawn Stars are presented with an antique professional gambler's toolkit; Rick and Corey look to buy rare pieces of 1896 U. S. currency; a man hopes to sell his 1950's radiation detecting Geiger counter."
"A woman wants her deposit from a potential landlord, claiming she lied about the property and stole the money from her."