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Topic - Phil
Former Bullet Bernard King talks with Phil and Steve at the Wizards - Celtics game.
The Big E reflects on his time in Washington with Phil and Steve during the Wizards - Celtics game.
A man accused of killing his ex-girlfriend in Houston and then driving hundreds of miles to dump her body in a West Texas oil field taped an interview about the case with the "Dr. Phil" show two days before confessing to investigators, police said Monday.
Oprah Winfrey is used to running the show, whether it was her hit daytime TV program or the fledgling cable channel named for her and which she rules as chairman and chief executive.
A few moments into the new Broadway revival of "That Championship Season," the characters of James, a school principal in early 1970s Scranton, Pa., and Phil, a local businessman, bound onstage together, laughing.
The club was hosting a disc jockey contest when a fight broke out and spilled outside, DJ Phil told KCBS-TV (http://cbsloc.al/1hHc6o9 )
"Like Dr. Phil says, 'Your past behavior is a predictor of your future behavior.'