Weekly Ambulance Rides, Nearly 100 Doctors: My Mother Thinks She's Dying, But It's All In Her Head More
"Adrienne says her mother, Cathy's, severe anxiety has her believing she is dying every day from a life-threatening illness. Adrienne says in just the past six months, her mother has seen over 75 doctors and specialists, and called 911 and been taken by ambulance to the hospital multiple times a week. After 100 blood tests, CAT scans, and MRIs, Adrienne says Cathy refuses to accept the non-life threatening results. Adrienne says her mother refuses to live in her own home and has moved in with her Aunt Deborah because she believes she needs her vitals monitored by someone constantly. Adrienne says her mother refuses to believe she is suffering from anxiety and believing she is dying has become her identity. Deborah, who says she's had enough of chauffeuring her sister to doctor's appointments and following the ambulances to the hospital, is desperate for Cathy to move out."
"Thomas says his wife Sharette will not admit it when she is caught in a lie. He claims that she's cheating and has the proof. But Sharette insists that she's been faithful throughout their ten year relationship and believes that Thomas is the one who has veered outside of their relationship. Plus, Heather noticed questionable marks and scratches on her boyfriend Timmy's body. She suspects they came from another woman. However Timmy says these scratches are job related and resents the steadfast accusations Heather continues to heap upon him. Will the results from today's lie detector tests put an end to them today?"
"JB says he will stop at nothing to win back the love of his life Alexis. He's ready to pop the big question but Alexis has a confession which could thwart JB's plans for marriage. Then, Erica admits to cheating on her girlfriend May. Erica is unhappy with her relationship and recently hooked up with a woman named Shelly. Erica is ready to come clean and hopes that in doing so, she can kiss May goodbye for good. Plus, JD says turning a side order into his main course has been an unmitigated disaster. He wants to be an all true man and hopes his girlfriend Summer can forgive and forget his trifling ways. Does the credo "Don't lie, don't cheat, or make promises you can't keep" have any meaning for these guests? Find out today on The Jerry Springer Show."
As Doug is about to break what was once thought of as an unbeatable record, the tension between he and the guys at IPS mounts. For 18 years, Iggy Stenkowski's record of 951 consecutive perfect delivery days has remained intact, and the guys resent Doug as
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.
"In the year 2030, Ted Mosby begins telling his kids how he met their mother. In flashback, we meet the young Ted, his friend Barney, and his roommate, Marshall. Marshall proposes to his girlfriend, Lily. Ted meets Robin, a woman he thinks he’s going to marry."
Physical therapy proves painful for Jerry when his small talk with his therapist leads to a misunderstanding. Jerry uses his dentist friend, Roy, to write a note so that insurance will cover therapy for George and Elaine. Then, George's paranoia about men
At the movies, Jerry thinks he sees his drycleaner wearing his clothes, and Kramer gets Uma Thurman's phone number. Elaine buys a fancy dress, but soon begins to suspect that the store uses flattering mirrors. Meanwhile, George is proud of his responsible
When it's time to plan a party for Jeff's birthday, everyone gets involved. But Audrey is spending a little too much time on planning the party, which makes Jeff unhappy. Although Jeff won't reveal what he usually gets in the annual birthday deal, Adam br
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.
"The Pawn Stars are presented with an Abraham Lincoln campaign ribbon; Chumlee and the Old Man have a chance to buy a 19th century dynamite detonator; a man comes in with a pair of classic 1990 Air Jordan basketball sneakers."