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Dr. Oz reveals several videos of people’s angry, public outbursts. Then, he shows footage of a man named Chris who yelled at customers in a local bagel shop for seemingly no reason. Chris joins Dr. Oz to talk about the incident.
Chris – whose outrageous outburst toward customers in a local bagel shop went viral – opens up about the pain behind his anger, and states that he feels judged based on his height. Does he regret speaking his mind?
Dr. Oz points out why Chris needs to stop embracing himself as the “angry bagel boss,” and he warns of his viral effect on others. Dr. Oz shares that after the show taping Chris had a stroke, but is healing physically – and hopefully all-around.
We’re seeing more and more viral clips of humans behaving badly; watch footage of two women fighting on the subway. Then, psychiatrist Judith Joseph explains why people act like this, and points out that it may be intermittent explosive disorder.
Dr. Oz and Dr. Joseph walk us through the three common types of bad behavior: the grievance keeper, the mayhem maker, and the righteous warrior. Then, Dr. Oz urges us not to give our attention to the person acting out, as it may promote bad behavior.
After being unemployed and feeling ashamed, TV host and motivational speaker Mel Robbins recounts the moment that launched her life out of a funk. Learn her secret to helping people unleash their power and reach their dreams.
Mel Robbins reveals what surprised her the most through her process of teaching others how to change the course of their lives. Plus, she explains why the countdown to a rocket launch led to her breakthrough moment.
Mel Robbins tells us why using her five-second rule (counting backwards from five) can change your life, and she points out the science behind the method. Plus, Robbins conducts an anger intervention live on the show.
We meet people behind public meltdowns caught on viral videos – what made them act out? Then, talk show host Mel Robbins on jumpstarting your life goals in five seconds. Plus, actor Cameron Mathison opens up exclusively about battling kidney cancer.
The Oz investigation squad teams up with a high-tech task force to track and bust pedophiles in an undercover sting.