I would do anything to make a better life ’cause we’re supposed to be raising girls to be adults, not to continue this, and that’s what’s gonna happen. They’ll replicate everything that they’re seeing here. And that’s really tragic, because they don’t have a chance. I can’t believe that you’re being this much in denial, and this selfish, because it’s like going down the cafeteria line and you get to the cashier, they’re the ones that pick up the tab. They’re the ones that pay the price. They’re the ones that are going to have to suffer from all the chaos, all the turmoil, all the bad modeling, all the self-esteem that is eroded among these girls from what they’re living here. They go to school and I’ll guarantee you they compare their reality to that kid’s social mask. And they’re saying well, that kid looks okay, and I know I just came from a yelling, screaming squalor where my parents hate each other and yell at each other and call each other names and I can’t even get to the bathroom and my feet stick to the carpet when I walk and there’s dead animals laying out in the yard. And we just must be trash. I’m a second class citizen. And then they start generating results that go with that personal belief. That’s exactly who you’re generating. Great job, Mom and Dad. They would be better off in foster care than they are with the two of you in this kind of situation. (audience clapping) Robin and I have two boys. And we told our boys, you have two jobs. You have two jobs as kids. Number one is get a good education. And number two is have a damn good time doing it. That’s what we told them. (audience clapping) Kids are supposed to be filled with joy. But your house has no joy. No, it doesn’t. There’s no joy in your house. My girls have never had play dates or anything at the house. Would you wanna bring a friend to this home? I mean, I’m not allowed to bring friends. Well, would you want to? No, it’s embarrassing. Ernest, well, the house has not always been like that. Oh come on! Stop saying that. (audience cheering) Are you serious? Okay, what I’m trying to say, Dr. Phil, is that Ernie has never (Dr. Phil sighing) You’re not hearing this part. No, I’m just not believing this part. You have allowed this to happen. You have allowed your house to get this way. Does she have your (beep) in a Dixie cup? What the hell is wrong with you? (audience cheering) You gotta man up and take control here. You are letting your daughters grow up in this squalor. You are a better man than that. I am. And I’ve had people come over and help her clean. And she would be crying pulling trash back out of the trash can. Get her help. I’ve tried but she says nothing’s wrong with her. She says nothing’s wrong. You have not tried to get me any help. No, you haven’t. Well, I’m going to. Well, thank you.