The “New” Dr. Phil
Episode Summary: Out in Langly Falls, Roger decides to scam people out of good money by impersonating a world-known therapist, Dr. Phil. His con-artist ways start off beneficial, but quickly turn sour when he’s asked to tape a show involving real people with real problems. Meanwhile, when he finds out that Roger, in order to purchase equipment needed for his taping session, stole money from his checking account, Stan attempts to crash the studio and expose Roger for the fraud he is.
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Stan Smith was downstairs with his wife, Francine, in the kitchen, setting the table up for dinner. Their alien friend, Roger Smith, came down wearing one of his regular alter-personas costumes: a pair of square glasses, gray suit with white shirt, black tie, and gray suit pants with shoes.
“So Stan, what do ya think? I look professional to you?” He said with a smug, sly attitude.
“You look like a jackass.” Stan replied, observing his outfit. “What are you supposed to be? A drunken Filipino?”
“Oh you…no, seriously. You said last night that I should look into a career. Well, I think I’ve finally found one.”
“And I feel liberated to remind you that prostitution is not a career.”
“WHat? No, no! Are you nuts!? Ew, god no. No. I was actually referring to therapy. I’m thinking of becoming a therapist.”
Stan knew Roger very well, and Roger cared about no one but himself. So when he announced he was becoming a therapist, Stan could not help himself, and broke out Continue reading