My Nephew Is A Liar Who Wants To Be A Rapper And Claims To Have Been Offered A Million Dollar Record Deal More
"Lorraine says her nephew Tony glorifies rap culture and the "thug" life. Tony has told her that he is going to be a famous rapper and sign a million-dollar contract with a major record label. But, Lorraine claims Tony is a liar and is constantly making up stories. She claims Tony refuses to get a job, is constantly couch surfing and even gave up his now 6-and 9-year-old daughters three years ago, because he believed his aunt could give them more stability. Tony claims his music is taking off and after he leaves the show, he is going straight to the studio to sign a contract. Dr. Phil reached out to the record labels that Tony says are interested in him. Does he really have a contract waiting for him from a major record label? And, Grammy-nominated, multi-platinum music producer DJ Silk also has some advice for Tony. Find out what he has to say."
"Courtney was dating Starr for a few months when he noticed signs that her teenage daughter, Ali, was being molested by another man in the home. Courtney's suspicions ended up being proven true and the man was charged with criminal sexual conduct. Eight years have passed and Starr and Courtney have two children of their own and Starr believes that Courtney is molesting both of them. Plus, Jodie says that when he met Lisa he knew his life was going to change for the better. Ten years later they had two children and the perfect family. But it all came crashing down when his daughter made allegations that he touched her. After Jodie was bailed out of jail for sexual abuse of a minor, he immediately called the show in an effort to clear his name of this deplorable act."
"Today on the Jerry Springer Show, Capresha is having a tough time being in love with her playboy of a boyfriend Ramon. Things got crazy when he decided to post nude pictures of himself on the internet. He is proof that good things do come in small packages. But he now has Capresha ready to confront one of his fans, a woman named Crystal. See what happens next. Later, Kyle has an ultimatum for his girlfriend Bree. She is a club promoter and spends a lot of time out and the job has taken a toll on their relationship. Kyle believes that Bree may be up to other things and says it's either him or her job, not both. Plus, Martel is hoping for a slam dunk when he proposes to his girlfriend Carla. Will his full court press be enough to earn Carla's heart or will someone else dribble away with it? Find out what happens on today's Jerry Springer Show."
"Tasha boycotts Malik's marriage to Robin Givens, fearing that their marriage is a scam. At the reception, everyone assumes Melanie is the girl who is expecting Derwin's child and Rick Fox decides to introduce Tasha to his mom, (Guest star Penny Marshall). Additional guest stars include New Orleans Hornets' Chris Paul and actors Tisha Campbell-Martin ("My Wife and Kids") and Duane Martin ("All of Us") who all play themselves in the episode. Brittany Daniel and Coby Bell also star."
"Jerry buys a real expensive new suede jacket with a colorful inner lining. George has a song from Les Miserables that he just can't get out of his mind. Kramer is supposed pickup a magician friend's doves, and needs someone to help him for two minutes; Elaine takes on the job. Kramer promises she'll get "a lift" to the hotel where Jerry and George are meeting her and her father, Alton Benes, an author cut from Hemingway cloth. Jerry and George suffer while waiting with Elaine's father. When it begins to snow, Jerry turns his new jacket inside out, to protect it, but Alton Benes doesn't want to be seen on the street with him."
"On a whim, Jerry and George take a limo from a passenger that Jerry knows never made it on the plane. While taking the limo they call Elaine & Kramer to join them for an event at Madison Square Garden, but it isn't the type of event they were hoping for."
A visit from Adam's (Oliver Hudson) free-spirited mother (guest star Peggy Lipton) puts Jennifer's (Bianca Kajlich) patience to the test and teaches Russell (David Spade) an embarrassing lesson about "art". Meanwhile, Jeff (Patrick Warburton) and Audrey (
Strike the Partnership; Doggromming Nightmare More
"A partnership goes wrong when one partner backs out of co-owning a bowling alley and loses all the money in the process; A woman claims her dog groomer is responsible for a permanent injury caused to her."