Due to snow coverage, today's Dr. Phil will air late night at 2:07 a.m.
You won't want to miss this new episode:
Darlene says she's been estranged from her 27-year-old daughter, Abby, for more than a year, because she doesn't approve of Abby converting from Southern Baptist to Islam. Darlene says that she believes Abby is being 'brainwashed' by her Muslim friends -- and fears that her daughter may even 'turn into a terrorist.' Abby insists that her mother has taken a narrow and uninformed view about her new faith. She says that she was heading down a dangerous path of drinking and promiscuity -- and becoming a Muslim helped her get her life back on track. Abby adds that her plan is to move to Saudi Arabia and never look back -- whether Darlene likes it or not. Is she really ready to leave her family and her life behind? Can Dr. Phil help this mother and daughter reconnect -- and move forward with acceptance of one another? Then, Maddy was the only minority jury member in the high-profile George Zimmerman case. Hear what she says really happened in the deliberation room -- and her feelings about the not guilty verdict. Does she think justice was served? Plus, Lisa Bloom, author of the new book Suspicion Nation, shares her insight on the trial. Why does she believe that critical evidence may have been overlooked?