Dr. Phil addresses the unhealthy relationship between Blair and Lorna. Blair admits he abuses his girlfriend. "I'm rude, and I do a lot of negative things, and it's not something I'm proud of, it's not something I want to do. It's just something I'm not sure how to control. That's why I'm doing a lot of programs outside of the home on how to help that," he tells Dr. Phil.
Dr. Phil goes over what Blair has said to Lorna, including, "I wish you would die," "whale," "invalid bitch," "fat," "useless," and "lazy." "What do you say to yourself that this is OK?"
"That's the problem," Blair says, "I don't think about it. I just say it first, and then think about it afterward when it's too late."
Dr. Phil turns back to Lorna. "Do you have a sense of self-worth, a sense of value to yourself, or do you think that you've just lost all of that?" he asks.
"Yes, I've given up on myself," she says.
"I'm concerned that your obesity has become your identity," he tells her.