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Dr. Phi is American talk show starring psychologist Dr. Phil McGraw. The show, generally, features Phil helping various guests with personal, psychological or interpersonal problems, offering "life strategies" and clinical assistance.
McGraw began appearing on Oprah Winfrey's daytime talk show Oprah in 1998 (clip below). The popularity of his then-infrequent appearances on the show led to a weekly segment in which McGraw fielded questions from audiences and guests.
On September 16th, 2002, McGraw's own series, Dr. Phil, premiered. As of 2019, the show has run for 16 seasons and aired more than 2,100 episodes.
Dr. Phil has been nominated for numerous Daytime Emmy Awards throughout its run. Many of these awards are for the technical aspects of the series, including sound mixing, title and graphic design, promotional announcement, camera editing, hair styling and more. It has also received several nominations for Outstanding Talk Show, Outstanding Talk Show Host.
However, his brand of psychology has been the subject of criticism by those within the field. In 2004, the National Alliance for the Mentally Ill wrote, "Dr. Phil's conduct is serious enough to warrant investigation by a relevant board of licensure. To the degree that he seemed to offer a definitive diagnosis, including a pharmacological assessment, without careful evaluation or referral, he also may be subject to legal sanctions for practicing medicine without a license."
Launched on March 3rd, 2012, the official Dr. Phil Facebook page has more than 4 million likes and followers. The Dr. Phil show Twitter page has amassed than 91,000 followers since launching on August 8th, 2013.
Cash Me Ousside / How Bow Dah
Cash Me Ousside / How Bow Dah is a memorable quote and catchphrase uttered by 13-year-old Danielle Bregoli on an episode of The Dr. Phil Show, during which she challenges the show's audience to a fight with the phrase "Catch me outside, how about that?" in a thick accent. Online, the clip has been widely mocked in a series of image macros captioned with various frustrating experiences.
Dr. Phil Eminem
Dr. Phil M&M refers to a character online resembling a cross between television psychologist Dr. Phil and the Green M&M character. Since first appearing in 2008, it has been widely regarded as a "disturbing" character and saw a spike in use in 2017 after being used in videos by YouTuber Sethical.
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Amy's Baking Company PR Scandal refers to an online feud that erupted between a restaurant owner in Arizona, United States and members of Reddit over an episode of Fox reality show Kitchen Nightmares aired in May 2013 (shown below, left).
On April 10th, 2014, Amy and Sam Bouzaglo were interviewed on the talk show Dr. Phil, where they defended their business practices and revealed that they had been harassed with offensive prank calls since the Kitchen Nightmares episode was broadcast (shown below, right). Bouzaglo also claimed that some callers had mentioned the video game Battletoads, referencing 4chan's Gamestop preorder pranks.
Dr. Phil Treasure Controversy
Dr. Phil Treasure Controversy refers to an episode of Dr. Phil in which a black teenager named Treasure Richards claimed she was caucasian and hated black people. After the episode grew popular, some accused the girl's story of being a hoax while people mocked the story online.
Send Her To The Ranch
Send Her to the Ranch is a quote from a PewDiePie video mocking a segment from Dr. Phil in which the television host sends a troubled teen to a place called Turnabout Ranch in order to fix behavioral issues. The quote became a meme in the PewDiePie fandom, resulting in image macros and photoshops of the scene.
Goose Wayne Batman
Goose Wayne Batman is the pseudonym of a man named Giovanni who gained much online notoriety after appearing with his fiancé an episode of the Dr. Phil show, where he expressed that he believes he is a "real-life superhero."