"A woman claims she paid for a group motorcycle trip, and wants to be repaid for one couple's portion. A disgruntled car buyer demands her money back after the used car she purchased breaks down on an Atlanta expressway."
"A Michigan woman claims her deceased lover is the father of her 3-year-old daughter, but the man's ex-wife and daughter say she's lying."
"Grace wrote into the show because she says she fears for the wellbeing of her 14-month-old nephew and her mother, Pam. Grace claims her sister Ashlan abandoned her son, leaving Pam to raise the child, because she says Ashlan's only priorities are "stripping, partying, and picking up 'sugar daddies'". Ashlan says that she doesn't think she's a bad mom at all; in fact, she thinks Grace and her mom need to back off and stop making such horrible claims. Ashlan says she only strips to support her son but that her family doesn't understand that. Can Dr. Phil help this family end their fighting for the sake of the infant caught in the middle?"
"On today's show, T.D. Jakes launches his "In The Village" campaign - starting a revolution with the idea we're stronger and better together. This show shines the spotlight on stories of selfless people who have chosen to suddenly step up and care for a stranger in inspirational & meaningful ways."
It's Thanksgiving in the Heffernan household and while Carrie cooks dinner for ten people, Doug lets a stranger into the house to use the phone. He is convinced the stranger is a nice guy but Carrie is not so trusting. Everyone at dinner feels sorry for t
Due to financial trouble, Doug's bowling team must win the next game. Doug must help Carrie to improve her bowling ability or kick her off the team.
"Samuel wants to be a standup comic. Meanwhile, Molly offers advice to Harry which leads to him challenging his protective mother."
"Mike and Molly prepare to return home from their honeymoon, and Mike seems to be a changed man. Meanwhile, Carl is frustrated by not hearing from Mike, and Molly's family spend their last moments getting drunk before the newlyweds return home."
"Future Ted describes how Marshall and Lily’s Long Island housewarming party turned disastrous thanks to a swarm of bees that Lily’s father keeps in the basement."
"Robin will be deported to Canada if she fails to find a job in seven days; Barney helps Robin create a new video reel."
"Max accompanies Caroline to jail to visit with her father, and he encourages them to buy a specific item at the Channing Estate sale."
"When the pastry school closes Deke has an idea of purchasing it, so he invites Caroline and Max to meet his parents, Max is tongue-tied until his mother confides in her about her secret past."
Jerry and George reevaluate their relationships with women, so they make "a pact" to change their ways, though Jerry doesn't know it. Elaine has a problem sleeping in her new apartment because of a nearby constantly barking dog; Kramer recommends a soluti
Because of the presets she discovers on his car radio, Elaine thinks that David is religious. George tries to skip office meetings so the staff thinks he's funny. Kramer and Mickey take up acting gigs in a local hospital, performing people with serious di
Audrey considers quitting her job when she realizes it's making her life miserable. Although things are heated between Allison and Timmy, she wants to put their sex life aside so they can spend time getting to know each other.
When Jeff, (Patrick Warburton) Russell, (David Spade) and Adam (Oliver Hudson) make a bet to see who would be able to score the soonest, the three put their thinking caps on and rise up to the challenge. In the meantime, Russell's new assistant Timmy (Gue
"Peter's very religious father comes to live with the family after he is forced to retire from his lifelong job at the Mill. Francis, however, is an ultra-religious Catholic who hates Lois and is incredibly intolerant of anyone else. Peter, though, hopes to have the kind of bonding that was missing from his childhood, and when all his plans fail to work out, he resorts to kidnapping the Pope."
"Stewie attempts a career in show business; Meg dates a nudist."
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"Read up on the Pawn Stars when one of the first books ever printed comes in the shop. An incunable from the 15th century, will the guys judge this worm-eaten work by its cover? Then, Corey and the Old Man hear the sweet sound of music when a sitar strums by the shop. An Indian instrument popularized by the Beatles, can it score a big hit? And later, the guys jump through flaming hoops for an ID card belonging to the late stuntman Evel Kneivel. Will the deal hit the mark or crash and burn?"
"A man says his friend's behavior caused him to be evicted, but his friend claims he didn't start the fight, and was just defending himself; An elderly driver claims a woman hit his car and caused his existing health issues to worsen."
"An Illinois man denies he's the father of a woman's 8-month-old baby."