Updated: Tuesday, February 3 2015, 10:21 AM EST
MONDAY, February 2 – (TV 14 (D)(L)(S))
In August 2009, Penny's 40-year-old sister, Shannon, was the victim of a homicide, and the case remains unsolved. Penny faces her father, Ted, for the first time in two years and drops a bombshell: She believes he hired a hitman to kill Shannon. Ted vehemently denies having anything to do with Shannon's death. How will he react to Penny's accusation
TUESDAY, February 3 – (TV 14 (D)(L)(S))
Steve, 53, says he has sent more than $100,000 to "Kelly," a woman he met on a dating website in 2012 but has yet to meet in person. He believes he and "Kelly" are legally married in Nigeria, where she claims she is living. But Steve's sister and niece think he is being scammed. Dr. Phil digs deep in search of answers.
WEDNESDAY, February 4 – (TV PG (D)(L)(S))
Mary's 30-year-old daughter, Lynn, claims to be suffering from numerous medical conditions,including cancer and heart disease, but Mary says it's all lies in order to gain money and attention. Lynn insists she's gravely ill and says it sickens her even more that her mother doesn't believe her. Dr. Phil reviews Lynn's medical records. How does she explain the inconsistencies
THURSDAY, February 5 – (TV 14 (D)(L)(S))
Alyssa and Steve say their daughter, Paige, had a promising future until she was 18 and met Brandon, then 24, who they believe taught her how to shoot black tar heroin and led her down a dark and dangerous path. They say Paige, 21, is now a full-fledged addict living with Brandon in a motel, working as a "sugar baby" to get money for drugs and shooting up several times a day. Are Alyssa and Steve enabling their daughter's dangerous lifestyle?
FRIDAY, February 6 – (TBD)
Mike and Vicki say their 37-year-old son, Ryan, was once making millions running a successful real estate company, but for the last three months he has been living in their garage, on their dime, along with his 24-year-old girlfriend. Ryan admits things are chaotic in his life but blames his parents for his current situation. Is he ready to step up to the plate and work toward living on his own?