Divorce Court Episode Guide

Episode Guide

Divorce Court: Season 12 (2010)

Divorce Court: Other Episodes

  • Chaniel vs. Webb

    She says he is self-centered and they have money and trust issues; he says she is never satisfied with his lovemaking.

  • Dunn vs. McDaniel

    She says he took away her independence, got her pregnant and made her a housewife; he says she is a hoarder and never initiates sex.

  • Daniels vs. Watts

    She says they disagree on how to parent their child and he does not help with the housework; he says she flirts with other women, goes out to party and does not do anything around the house.

  • Augustus vs. Augustus

    She regrets having married him while he was in prison; he says that -- out of all of his children's mothers -- she is the only one he loves.

  • Kolb vs. Corbett

    She says he acts more like her child than her partner; he says she is a dominatrix who accepts gifts and brings her work home.

  • Grant vs. Grant

    She is angry that he never gave her a wedding ring when they married; he says she is too bossy and it makes him want to look elsewhere.

  • Harris vs. Carter

    He says they live in two different realities and their relationship just is not going to work.

  • Harris vs. Carter

    A couple who met on a dating website for millionaires find the honeymoon phase of their relationship short-lived.

  • Mickel vs. Hamood

    She says he tricked her into thinking he would have children with her; he says he will not bring children into an unstable relationship.

  • Robinson vs. Hutchinson

    She says his porn addiction and sex addiction are out of control; he says the affairs mean nothing and he wants to save his marriage.

  • Dunwood vs. Ridley

    She says he deflects accountability with humor, and that causes her not to trust him enough to marry him; he says she uses her religious beliefs to deny him sex.

  • Cabral vs. Estarada

    She says he has turned into an old man and never wants to do anything; he says she is too bossy, texts her friends at inappropriate times, and may be cheating on him.

  • Tarelton vs. Martin

    He says she is controlling, selfish and verbally abusive; she says he is boring, unable to keep a job, never wants to have sex, and is married to another woman.

  • Bounty vs. Bounty

    She says he turns off the electricity, even in the winter; he says she needs to stop crying over her two dead children and move on and get a job.

  • Danzie vs. Danzie

    He says she has a terrible attitude and is controlling and unsupportive; she says he has sold her on nothing but empty dreams, and there are problems in their sex life.

  • Smith vs. Garcia

    She says he is an alcoholic who cheats; he says she does not allow him to go anywhere without a chaperone.

  • Manns vs. Payne

    She says her fiance is a sneaky cheat who cannot hold down a job and is addicted to porn; he says she secretly records him in the bathroom and bedroom when he is alone.

  • Hennessy vs. Rodriquez

    He says he is fed up with her jealousy and bad temper; she says she needs a real man who can provide for her and her son.

  • Howard vs. Shearin

    She says he goes on vacation with his mistress in the Dominican Republic when he is supposed to be on business trips.

  • Grant vs. Lee

    He says she is a gold digger who turned into a general after he put a ring on her finger; she says he tricked her into marriage and has cheated ever since.

  • Sanchez vs. Gibson

    She says he is too controlling and spends too much time in his man-cave, cyber-cheating; he says she is addicted to sex, refuses to work and remains friends with her exes.

  • Smith vs. Mills

    She says he is jealous and insecure; he says she dresses inappropriately, has a bad attitude and is unwilling to compromise.

  • Alkim vs. Woodson

    After less than a year of marriage, they have ongoing financial issues and he says she lies and cheats on him; she is tired of his insecurities but is not ready to divorce him.

  • Erle vs. Erle

    He caught her in bed with another man and says she has not even bothered to fight for custody of her children; she says he tricked her into allowing the children to visit him, then refused to return them.

  • Dingess vs. Cunningham

    After eight years of being married to a woman half his age, he can no longer deal with her childish behavior, weight or lack of boundaries; she has issues with his controlling ways, untrustworthiness and cheating.

  • Morris vs. Morris

    Newlywed Chesta says her husband does not give her any affection and calls her awful names; he says there is no communication in their relationship, and he has to read her blog to find out what is going on with her.

  • Ponce vs. Hernandez

    Christine says her husband's lack of motivation has put a major strain on their marriage; he says she is not supportive of his rap career.

  • Esquivel vs. Esquivel

    Paula says her husband has turned her whole family against her and has cheated on her more than 25 times.

  • Scott vs. Scott

    Teairirra suspects her husband of cheating online and says he refuses to care for their children; he says she has such a bad temper that she has bleached and burned his clothing on several occasions.

  • Carter vs. Carter

    Michael says his wife's rape pushed him into a tailspin of crack use, which opened the door to her crack addiction and caused them to lose custody of their four children.

  • Moses vs. Nicks

    She feels that his gambling has gotten out of control and the lack of money in their relationship has caused a strain on them; he says their relationship has suffered ever since his open-heart surgery two years ago.

  • Avent vs. Avent

    She says he is a lazy liar who cannot hold a job and talks to other women on the phone all day, and she cannot stand the way he puts their four children in day care and does not spend time with them.

  • Bonee vs. Bonee

    Robert says Lisa has a bad temper and OCD, does not approve of his friends and does not agree with the way he disciplines their children; she is tired of living from check to check as she watches him pointlessly keep chasing get-rich-quick schemes.

  • Murphy vs. Jernigan

    Xavier worries that Kiara's bad attitude, immaturity and wasteful spending could affect their child one day; she says her past drug addiction and infidelity have caused him to become jealous and controlling.

  • Hedrick vs. Allen

    Charmin says Willie does not contribute to paying the bills and has been cheating on her for the length of their relationship.

  • Bailey vs. Bailey

    Ashlie says she got married prematurely and does not trust her husband, who is unable to keep a job; he says he feels unloved and misunderstood but wants to save their marriage.

  • Banner vs. Burgin

    Lamica says she forgives her husband for cheating, being disrespectful and calling her names, but does not appreciate the lies he tells about her being a bad mother; he says she disappears for days at a time and does not trust him.

  • Broken Promises Week

    She says she paid for everything during the marriage and he betrayed her by cheating.

  • Peniza vs. Peniza

    She says his drug addiction is wrecking their relationship and causing her not to trust him; he says she is insecure and holds his past against him.

  • Broken Promises Week

    He admits he was unfaithful and impregnated another woman.

  • Cunningham vs. Cunningham

    Kenneth says Tanesha has been neglecting her duties as a wife and parent ever since her father became ill; Tanesha cannot believe how unsupportive and absent Kenneth has been during this rough time.

  • Broken Promises Week

    She blames him for her weight gain and says she caught him with another woman.

  • McClendon vs. McClendon

    She says she is tired of him hitting on her friends and co-workers and always relying on her to be the main breadwinner in the relationship; he questions her fidelity and is tired of her family interfering with their marriage.

  • Broken Promises Week

    She wants to end their second marriage because he cheated on her and fathered two children with two different women.

  • Sharpnack vs. Sharpnack

    After having chemicals thrown into his face by a neighbor for defending his wife, Chris is now blind and tired of defending Latoya for her cheating ways; she says he is just using his blindness as an excuse to sit around and do nothing.

  • Broken Promises Week

    She says he is a wannabe wrestler who also works as a real-life ghost buster.

  • Cox vs. McCauley

    She has found pictures and videos of him in compromising situations with another woman; he says her temper is out of control and she once punched a hole through their bedroom door.

  • Dunn vs. Johnson

    She says he is a wannabe rap artist who spends too much time in the recording room; he says she is not understanding or supportive of his recording schedule.

  • McNight-Porter vs. Thomas

    He says he does not want to wake up one day and realize that he is too old to leave her if things cannot be fixed.

  • Hines vs. King

    She says he is boring, has a drinking problem, is cheap and complains constantly; he says her partying ways have taken a toll on their marriage.

  • Sullivan vs. Orellana

    She suspects he is cheating; he says he is tired of her nagging him about his ex-girlfriends and his whereabouts.

  • Piselli vs. Goodlet

    She believes he may be cheating on her; he says he has tried to help her move on after her miscarriage, but she just cannot seem to do it.

  • Hawthorne vs. Wesley

    He says he does not approve of her pole dancing but feels he has no say in the matter because she supports them both.

  • Falsely Accused Week

    She thinks he is gay; he says he is 'metrosexual.'

  • Haynes vs. Haynes

    She says he is so lazy she had to pawn her wedding band to pay the light bill; he says she is too demanding and ungrateful, and he thinks she is envious of his weight loss.

  • Falsely Accused Week

    He says she is too demanding, nags him all the time and falsely accuses him of cheating.

  • Falsely Accused Week

    She says he stopped paying attention to her and accuses him of cheating.

  • Cummins vs. Bailey

    He says she is self-centered, lazy and unmotivated; she says she is willing to do what it takes to save the marriage, but he has already kicked her out of the house and moved another woman in.

  • Falsely Accused Week

    She says he is a jealous man who falsely accused her of cheating.

  • Berry vs. Berry

    A new father struggles with drug addiction.

  • Falsely Accused Week

    He says she is so insecure that she accused him of wanting to cheat with women on TV.

  • Abeyta vs. Garrison

    She says she has unresolved trust issues with him and often feels neglected by him; he says she needs to get her controlling ways and jealousy under control.

  • Barnett vs. Jenkins

    She says he is jealous, disrespectful, overweight and a cheater; he says she pays more attention to the cats than to him.

  • Nalls vs. Jones

    After five years and two children together, 19-year-old Anisha is ready to marry, but boyfriend Eric has a secret that may change her plans.

  • Seaton vs. Seaton

    The DNA test results are in for the couple who believe they are half siblings.

  • Seaton vs. Seaton

    A couple believe that they may be half-siblings to each other and want DNA tests.

  • Burney vs. Davis

    She says he is annoying; he says she is controlling and needs to lose weight.

  • Costello vs. Costello

    She says he is addicted to painkillers; he says she is materialistic, money-hungry, and speaks badly of him to their children.

  • Foster vs. Foster

    She is the family's sole provider because he has worked only three of the last 17 years; he says her bad attitude limits him from doing anything.

  • Reich vs. Reich

    He says she is addicted to gambling and prescription drugs; she says she has not taken any pills in four months.

  • Taylor vs. Taylor

    She says he is unappreciative; he says she cheated on him on their wedding day.

  • Hill vs. Hill

    He told her he was going to the store and never returned; he says he is tired of her nagging and does not want to deal with it anymore.

  • Holbrooks vs. Holbrooks

    He says he cannot take her cheating and her new desire to do sexy modeling; she says he is lazy, jealous and controlling.

  • Robinson vs. Smith

    He says he thought he met the woman of his dreams while they were serving time in prison, but after they married, she turned from a sweet, loving wife into a drill sergeant, overnight.

  • Ray vs. Ray

    A woman wants a divorce because she claims her husband -- who is 17 years older than she is -- is disrespectful and controlling; he says he is tired of her nagging him and that he shouldn't have married her because she was too young.

  • Dapuzzo-Lee vs. Ford

    A man wants to save his relationship with a woman he met online, but she wants to end it because she says he looks and acts like a bum.

  • Banner vs. Hunter

    A woman says her husband is an out-of-control alcoholic who caused her to lose her job; he doesn't see anything wrong with the amount of alcohol he drinks.

  • Channel vs. Allen

    Rickie and Timmy want to move forward in their relationship, but Ricky believes Timmy cheated on him; Timmy says he's not the one that has a former boyfriend living with them.

  • Prim vs. Avery

    A woman wants her husband to move out after she discovers that he had a child with another woman; he says she is too controlling and disrespectful toward him.

  • Johnson vs. Johnson

    She says he is a cheater and a liar; he says she allowed another man to move into their home with their two children.

  • Miller vs. Miller

    She wants him to stop drinking and smoking for the sake of their children; he says her actions have hurt him deeply and are unforgivable.

  • Lindsey vs. Smith

    She suspects that he is cheating on her; he says her bossiness is driving him away.

  • Braggs vs. Braggs

    She says moving into a van with her fiance has nearly destroyed their relationship; he wants her out of the van and his life.

  • Montgomery vs. Sanders

    She wants him to grow up and stop acting like a child; he says he feels like he is engaged to his mother.

  • Bailey vs. Barnett

    She says he never makes any sense when he talks, is not romantic and never listens to her; he says she orders for him at restaurants so that he cannot flirt with the waitress.

  • Ortiz vs. Ortiz

    His ex-wife got legal custody of his biological grandchild after he took off to Puerto Rico with the baby sitter.

  • Hobbs vs. Lewis

    She says she discovered that he had misrepresented himself to her and was leading a double life; he says she is unappreciative and is constantly calling him names and berating him.

  • Greathouse vs. Anders

    She says he has become a ladies man because of his marijuana activism; he says he is tired of her jealous behavior.

  • Saucedo vs. Hightower

    He says he is ready to pop the question, but first she must change her controlling ways and her religious beliefs and start trusting him more.

  • Glass vs. Bissell

    He says she is a horrible mother who neglects their baby.

  • Avant vs. Caraway-Avant

    He says she constantly accused him of wrongdoing, and an altercation with her teen daughter was the last straw for their marriage.

  • Porter vs. McInnis

    She says he refuses to look for work, lies in bed all day and flirts with any woman in sight; he says all she does is complain about his shortcomings.

  • Rose vs. Rose

    He says she constantly accused him of wrongdoing, and an altercation with her teen daughter was the last straw for their marriage.

  • Simmons vs. Phillips

    She says he is a compulsive liar with a huge gambling problem; he says she went from being the love of his life to a thorn in his backside.

  • Binion vs. Warren

    She says he is a disrespectful, lying hoarder and she is tired of the work it takes to blend their family; he says he adores her but hates being trapped in the middle of her relationship with her alcoholic mother.

  • Burton vs. Burton

    He says she is a horrible mother who neglects their 1-year-old daughter; she says he is lazy and is not a good provider.

  • Pettis vs. Pettis

    She says he is a 'caveman' who does not help with their four children; he says she needs to change or he is leaving.

  • Horton vs. Jefferson

    He says she is a manipulator who verbally abuses him; she says he is a chronic liar who cannot keep a job.

  • Sloan-Glenn vs. Price

    She found out he was trying to hook up with her best friend.

  • McCormick vs. Torres

    She says she has to be both mother and father because her husband is too lazy; he says that does not give her the right to disrespect him.

  • Dawell vs. Kashmira Rogers

    She says he refuses to work; he says she should appreciate him because no other man would put up with her and her seven children.

  • Howell vs. McMillian

    She says he keeps reneging on buying her a ring; he says he wants to work out all of the kinks in their relationship before walking down the aisle.

  • Lataundra vs. Philip Gates

    He says her attitude has been a thorn in his side; she says he abandoned their daughter.

  • Lataundra vs. Philip Gates

    She says he abandoned her and their daughter after his father's funeral; he says she refused to move to Dallas.

  • Matthew vs. Bridget Desind

    She says that, for three years, he left her each spring; he says her new look made him realize he does not want to lose her.

  • Kenya vs. Gerron Delvalle

    She wants two more children and will divorce him if she cannot have them; he says they have two already and cannot afford any more.

  • Hess vs. Jaques

    He says he cannot wait any longer for his much-younger bride to grow up, and he decided to end their marriage after her partying resulted in the state taking away their child.

  • Jennifer vs. Zac Walden

    She says he always leaves her alone with the children and never does anything as a family; he says he does not trust her.

  • Shanker vs. Palacios

    She says he took her youth without fulfilling any of the promises he made; he just wants her to give back their dogs.

  • Booker-Moses vs. Moses

    She says she and their five children are on the verge of being homeless because he refuses to help them out financially.

  • Crystal vs. Frank Spivey

    He says he gave up his NBA dreams when she got pregnant.

  • Sydney vs. Erik Hadden

    She says they do not sleep together; he says he caught her sending naked pictures of herself to another man.

  • Niko vs. Boston

    He says she used to work at a strip club and now will not allow him to go there with his friends; she admits to making him jealous just so she can see him get passionate toward her.

  • Christina vs. Anthony Wade

    She is tired of his abusive behavior toward her and their 7-year-old daughter; he admits he has a bad temper but says it is her fault.

  • Marilyn vs. Galen Tipp

    He says she complains too much and always undermines his authority with their children; she says he has a 'Superman complex.'

  • Michelle vs. Wayne Green

    Separated parents argue over the paternity of one of their three children.

  • Smith vs. Faison

    She says he is unfaithful; he says she needs to start acting like a wife and bow down to her king.

  • Kim vs. June Neal

    He says she emasculates him and constantly teases him about his name; she says he would rather clean house than spend time with her.

  • Mary vs. Kevin Rayford

    She says he cheated on her multiple times and she found nude photos on his phone; he says her drama drove him into the arms of other women.

  • Mazzuca vs. DiCiurcio

    She says she wants to marry him, even though he is unable to keep a job, is bad with money, and they have a nearly sexless relationship.

  • Smith vs. Bailey

    He says he is unsure about marrying her, because she is aggressive; she says she wants to spend more time with him, but he blows her off.

  • Angie vs. Jeff Givens

    She says she wants the wedding he promised but never let her have; he says he wants her to have dinner ready when he gets home from work.

  • Davis vs. Colvard

    She says he cheated and left her when he didn't need her anymore; he says she was too dominant and they didn't communicate well.

  • Gaydon vs. Evans

    He wants an apology for her crashing his truck and his wedding; she wants an apology for not being invited to his wedding.

  • Bryan vs. Holt

    She says he cheats and is a pathological liar; he says she acts like his mother, and calls and texts constantly.

  • Fultz vs. Buckley

    A man wants to work on his marriage, but his wife is ready to move on.

  • Taylor vs. Barbosa

    He says she left him for another man, and they are over; she says she made a mistake and wants another chance.

  • Hart-Robinson vs. Robinson

    She says he doesn't take care of his kids; he says he can prove she has her own faults.

  • Smith vs. Nelson

    She says he starts fights with her, but she is the one who gets arrested; he says she is a habitual liar and cheater.

  • Natalie vs. Carlos Sealie

    She says she heeded Judge Lynn's advice and changed her ways for the better, but he did not change a thing.

  • Theresa vs. Dennis Glenn

    She says she is tired of his lies and his running up bills and not paying them; he says her gambling is out of control.

  • Cox vs. Medina

    One woman pressures another to marry her.

  • Mickey vs. Brenda Morris

    After losing a lot of weight, a man wants out of his 28-year marriage.

  • Jones vs. Bell

    He says he is tired of her diva behavior; she says he is controlling and she wants him to be more supportive of her career.

  • Larson vs. Ferraro

    A woman who met her husband online says she is tired of him cheating on her online.

  • Grogan vs. DeJesus

    She is six months pregnant and wants to marry him; he has never told her that he is an exotic dancer.

  • Kirsten vs. Dale Lamb

    He says she has gambled away his life savings; she blames her medication and says he enables her.

  • Adelaide vs. Jose Tamayo

    She says she kicked him out because neighbors told her he was trying to pick up various women; he says he is tired of her trying to mother and control him.

  • McClain vs. Gilbert

    She says she was arrested for his shoplifting, and they lost their children for a year because of abuse allegations; both have admitted to infidelity.

  • Quarry vs. Dixon

    She says she goes to school, works, cooks and cleans, and takes care of the children while he sits back and sleeps on the couch; he says she is cheating on him.

  • Glenda vs. Eldridge Bell

    She says he never stopped cheating on her; he says she is a 'whack job.'

  • Melanie vs. Joseph Moceri

    She says she is tired of him working late hours and neglecting her; he says she is imagining things when she says he is cheating on her.

  • Fuentes vs. Rash

    He says she flirts with other women in front of him and puts partying before their child; she says he is jealous and does not allow her to do anything without him.

  • Jordan vs. Quarles

    He cooks, cleans and takes care of the children, but she says that means nothing if he cannot be faithful.

  • I'm the Man

    He says he is ready to trade her in for a new, younger woman.

  • Shakita vs. Kevin Mims

    She says his sexy photography job puts a strain on their marriage; he says her temper is the problem.

  • I'm the Man

    He says he is too attractive for women to pass up and wants her to be a submissive wife.

  • Linda vs. William Graf

    She says, since they retired, he has become lazy and irresponsible; he says she has obsessive-compulsive disorder.

  • I'm the Man

    He says he owns her and his only job is to bring home a paycheck.

  • Ross vs. Cooper

    Sisters feud over rent and a boyfriend.

  • I'm the Man

    She says he thinks he is a superstar because so many people think he looks like rapper Snoop Dogg.

  • Smith vs. Brown

    She resists his marriage proposals because of his past infidelities.

  • I'm the Man

    He says it is a man's right to have relations with other women and does not think it is cheating.

  • Smith vs. Brown

    She resists his proposals of marriage because he is not faithful.

  • Markisha vs. Daniel Jennings

    He says he wants her to stop using their child as a pawn; she says he spends very little time with the child.

  • Carrie vs. Scott Gerstein

    He says he caught her having phone sex to get money; she says she is afraid her son is learning how to treat her and other women badly from her husband's hurtful ways.

  • Duane vs. Keturah Hood

    He says her higher education got in the way; she says he chose drinking over his family.

  • Anderson vs. Anderson

    He wants to get a divorce, lose weight and become a stripper.

  • Guadix vs. Padin

    She says she is tired of his monitoring her every move, including trips to the bathroom, and wonders whether she should marry him.

  • Tabetha vs. James Grigsby

    She shoulders the responsibility for a family of 10 after meeting him in jail.

  • Howard vs. Anderson

    She says he is a liar and a cheater and he puts his video gaming ahead of everything else; he says she is insecure, controlling and a nag.

  • Sabastian vs. Angela Witbeck

    He says she is stealing his spotlight and getting in the way of his dream to be a pro wrestler; she says his ego is the problem.

  • Aminah vs. Anthony Reese

    She says he is nasty and lazy and will not work at a real job; he says she does not support his dreams of becoming a music artist.

  • Danowitz vs. Weiss

    He says she is too flirtatious and brings on too much attention; she says she has male friends because of her charming personality.

  • McRath vs. Martinez

    She says she is tired of his drinking and cheating; he says he left her while she was pregnant because he was tired of her controlling ways.

  • Christie vs. Patrick Anderson

    He questions whether her baby is his; she says he promised her a ring and a beautiful wedding, but none of that ever happened.

  • Chester vs. Scott

    He questions the paternity of their child; she refuses to let the child take a DNA test.

  • Heather vs. Daniel Holler

    She says he was homeless when they met and she now wants him out of her life and her bank account; he says he wants to get a job and go to counseling to prove that they can work it out.

  • Little vs. Michael

    She says she does not trust him; he says she is bossy and wants to control him.

  • Stevens vs. Dawson

    She says he stays out all night and does not come home until morning; he says he is a workaholic.

  • Carisa vs. Donald Ulmer

    She says she is tired of his lying and cheating and resents how little time he spends with their son; he says he does not regret marrying her, just everything after the marriage.

  • Chapelle vs. Alex

    She says they are more like roommates than a couple, and neither can remember the last time they had sex.

  • Nakia vs. Jerald Jeter

    She says she is tired of cooking, cleaning and drawing bubble baths for her unaffectionate husband; he says she wastes their money on things they cannot afford.

  • Rivera vs. Hakopyan

    He admits to cheating on his wife, but says she has trust issues.

  • Johnson vs. Hann

    She says they lost their children for a year, and she now has sole custody because he refuses to do the court's requirements.

  • Fischer vs. Scott

    She hates his smoking habits and the lack of sex in their marriage; he says his high blood-pressure is to blame.

  • Jefferson vs. Johnson

    She says she is not ready to file for divorce from her husband because her live-in boyfriend is a cheater.

  • Lane vs. Dickson

    She says he gambled away their rent and bill money; he says gambling is his escape from her constant accusations of him cheating.

  • Talisha vs. Jeffrey Hewlett

    She says he pretended to have a job for months after he was fired.

  • Michelle vs. Fred Carson

    He says she was unfaithful and does not appreciate him; she says he is too controlling and he breaks plans with their children.

  • Johnson vs. Castillo

    She says he spends no time with their children, is financially selfish and ruined her credit; he says she has low self-esteem.

  • McIlwain vs. Bell

    She says women call him at all hours of the day and night; he says he used to be a ladies man, but now he is a one-woman man.

  • Angela vs. Alexander Watkins

    He says he changed his behavior in order to save his marriage, but his wife has changed for the worse; she says she wants him to experience what he put her through.

  • Angela vs. Michael Franklin

    She says he went from a pretty-boy poet to a Jim Morrison wannabe; he says she went from Joan Jett to Martha Stewart.

  • Liles vs. Wright

    She says he is constantly fighting with her; he says he is not ready for children and does not have a steady income.

  • Boyland vs. Watkins

    She says he is a cheater and in love with another woman; he says she would not have dinner on the table when he got home from work.

  • Josey vs. Pryor

    Daniel wants to divorce his best friend; Waiki says Daniel is a self-centered, manipulative cheater.

  • Rhonda vs. Aurther Bennett

    She says he has a nasty attitude and is mean to her son; he says she makes him feel unappreciated.

  • Carmona vs. Cutler

    She moved in with him when she was 14; he admits to cheating on her.

  • Shaune vs. Michael Vann

    She says he refuses to provide for their family; he says she wants to wear the pants in the relationship.

  • McGowan vs. Coulson

    He says she married him under false pretenses; she says he is a handyman, not a contractor.

  • Michelle vs. Darren Taylor

    She says every time she kicks him out, he manages to smooth talk his way back; he says she is a 'shopaholic' and a cheater.

  • Isierka vs. Matthews

    She says he does not trust her and easily gets frustrated and angry; he says he has trust issues because his ex had an affair with his father.

  • Metwalli vs. Delerme

    He says he has cried so much over her, and she has never shed a tear; she says he cheated on her while she was pregnant with their son.

  • Gaynell vs. Willie Price

    She says he spends too much time working and does not earn enough money; he says she has a gambling problem.

  • Norman vs. Hobbs

    He says he cheats because he is in his first serious relationship and it makes him nervous.

  • Caraveo vs. Caraveo

    She says she is tired of his partying ways and drug abuse; he says she knew he was a 'bad boy' when she met him.

  • Davis vs. Davis

    He says she broke their 'sex agreement'; she says she does not feel a connection to him anymore.

  • Kitchen vs. Kitchen

    She says he lets people live with them without consulting her first; he says she is unable to keep a job because she is so full of drama.

  • Brouchet vs. Brouchet

    He says he knows he has an alcohol problem, but she makes it worse; she says he never works and prefers the bottle to being intimate with her.

  • Furcello vs. Sparrow

    She says his party-animal ways, lying and cheating are too much; he says her terrible attitude drives him to cheat and hang out all night.

  • Muirente vs. Muirente

    A mother of nine is tired of being the sole breadwinner for the family; her husband says she does not support his rap career.

  • Lyon vs. DiBello

    A financially set woman fears that her unemployed boyfriend is rushing to get married in order to get his hands on her finances.

  • Lyon vs. DiBello

    A financially set woman does not understand why her unemployed boyfriend wants to marry right away.

  • Headrick vs. Stambaugh

    He says she hasn't truly committed to their relationship; she says he is controlling and has anger issues.

  • Carr vs. Carr

    She says he cheats and fathered a child with another woman; he says she won't have sex with him.

  • Martin vs. Martin

    She says he is too demanding.

  • Eyres vs. Eyres

    She says he won't find a job and doesn't appreciate her; he says he has supported her for years and feels lost after losing his previous job.

  • Peacock vs. Brown

    She wants to divorce her former high-school English teacher; he says she told their therapist that she was unfaithful.

  • Brown vs. Brown

    He says she has a bad attitude and stood him up on their first anniversary; she says he has a gambling problem.

  • Miller vs. Carter

    He says that she is a gold digger and that he spent a year sleeping on the couch; she says she has expensive tastes, but if she were a gold digger she certainly could do better than him.

  • Cox vs. Cox

    She says he refused to sign their six children's birth certificates; he says she treats him like one of the children.

  • Hall vs. Strunk

    She says he will not keep a job and does not take anything seriously; he says she does not treat him with enough respect.

  • Bradley vs. Dozier

    He calls her 'the spoiled white girl'; she says he spends money he does not have in order to keep up with his 'superstar' self-image.

  • Lester vs. Geneva Caston

    She says another woman confirmed her fears that he is cheating; he wants to take a test to prove that he is not.

  • Carlowitz vs. Cabral

    She says he is irresponsible, cares only about drugs and hanging out with his friends and does not provide for his child; he says she is just trying to make him out to be a bad guy.

  • Cash vs. Vincent

    An older woman says her 21-year-old boyfriend binge drinks once a month, and she fears he is an alcoholic; he says she is more like a parent than a lover.

  • Lewis vs. Jewett

    He says she acts inappropriately with other men; she says he smothers her.

  • Anderson vs. Ronca

    He says she cheated on him during their wedding reception; she says he tricked her into marrying him.

  • Balistreri vs. Shay

    She says he refuses to get a job; he says he cannot leave because he has no place to go.

  • Just a Flirt Week

    She says he does not want to be with her because she is white; he says she cannot get past the failure of her first biracial marriage.

  • Anderson vs. Burns

    A woman wants to divorce her mother.

  • Just a Flirt Week

    She says he started dating employees of their exotic-dancing service; he says sleeping with her is like sleeping with a mannequin.

  • Allen vs. Davis

    She says she tries to trust him, but he cheats on her; he says she is too controlling.

  • Just a Flirt Week

    He says she completely neglected him after the birth of their daughter, so he sought attention from other women.

  • Petty vs. Reed

    She says she is tired of all the fighting and is ready to walk out the door; he says he wants her to stop stripping.

  • Just a Flirt Week

    He says she made him give up his dream of being an actor because she was too insecure about his being around actresses.

  • Robinson vs. Wise

    He says she and her family attacked him and got him arrested; she says he lied to the judge to get custody of their son.

  • Just a Flirt Week

    He says her weight loss went to her head and she turned into a flirtatious party animal.

  • Ransford vs. Thompson

    She says she does not know if she can marry him, because he has no job or car, cannot support the family, and texted other women while she was in labor.

  • I Didn't Look Deep Week

    She says she was unfaithful because he is controlling and insecure; he says he knew she was having affairs.

  • Erica vs. James Ohlin

    She says she is tired of living with her mother-in-law; he admits he hides when the women fight.

  • I Didn't Look Deep Week

    She says he was a good father figure to her daughter until they got married; he says he just created rules and boundaries for the teen to follow.

  • Albert vs. Marna Mayers

    She says his anger and controlling ways are ruining their marriage.

  • I Didn't Look Deep Week

    He says she can't handle the responsibilities associated with being a preacher's wife; she says he cheats and looks for women online.

  • Rashawn vs. Dimple Dixon

    A mother of six is the only one working and bringing in money for the family; he says she does not support his dream.

  • I Didn't Look Deep Week

    He says she is so out-of-control that she took the car and totaled it.

  • Pennywitt vs. Calloway

    Because of infidelities in her past relationships, he has concerns about starting a family with her.

  • I Didn't Look Deep Week

    He says she is a control freak; she wants him to replace property that he destroyed in an angry rage.

  • Summerset vs. Carter

    Husband and wife accuse each other of cheating with other women.

  • Ashlyn vs. Nicholas Drinkard

    They say their idyllic live-in relationship ended when they co-signed a mortgage.

  • Colbert vs. Elem

    She wants him to stop talking to other women on the Internet; he says she tweets men inappropriately too.

  • April vs. Steve Hare

    A couple who have been married for less than a year fight over money, work and sex.

  • Smith vs. Walls

    He says she is verbally and physically abusive toward him; she says he is not aggressive enough.

  • Sanchez vs. Arias

    She says that he is disrespectful and that she has lost all of her friends because he is so rude.

  • Gage vs. Caluya

    After a man broke his daughter's leg, the court removed the child from the home.

  • Misty vs. Preston Patton

    A young woman who married at 16 wants out.

  • Douglas vs. Ross

    She says he drinks too much, and she once thought he was dead because he was hanging outside of the car, drunk.

  • Issa vs. Karen Spencer

    Although he says he wants to save his marriage, he refuses to take the classes in domestic violence, drugs and parenting that Child Services ordered.

  • Harshaw vs. Taylor

    She says she refuses to marry him because he does not want children; he says she has gone as far as sabotaging condoms.

  • Keisha vs. Mike Davis

    A man's third wife is furious because he is still cheating.

  • Brandi vs. Kevin Dixon

    She says she cannot stand his controlling ways; he says he takes control because he does not trust her judgment with their money.

  • Scott vs. Smalls

    He says he knew his marriage was over when she got another man's name tattooed on her body.

  • Jack vs. Hicks

    She wants out after discovering that he is a cross-dresser; he says he thought the urge would go away once he had a family.

  • Burton vs. Paige

    He says she is a control freak; she says he is a hoarder and she is just trying to help him.

  • Donaldson vs. Muhammad

    He says he is not sure her son is his and she refuses to take a DNA test; she says he got another woman pregnant.

  • Harshbarger vs. Williamson

    A pair who have been together for 11 years are unsure whether they should tie the knot or part ways.

  • Aaron vs. Vanessa Brink

    A former porn star wants his wife to see him as he is today.

  • Linda vs. Christopher Spence

    She says she is tired of fighting other women to keep her marriage alive; he wants a quick divorce so he can play the field.

  • Carlos vs. Luz Ortiz

    She discovered that he was having an affair with their baby sitter and threw them both out; he says he did not become intimate with the girl until his wife kicked him to the curb.

  • Parr vs. Henry

    He wants 15 children; she is content with the two they already have.

  • Curjire vs. Wayne Vailes

    He says all she cares about is money.

  • Misty vs. Anthony Cerini

    She says he threatens her if the house isn't spotless; he says she is lazy, violent, and shops too much.

  • Marie vs. Terry House

    She says he is addicted to bowling.

  • Dozier vs. Farmer

    A specialist helps stage a drug intervention.

  • Dozier vs. Farmer

    She says she loves him but doesn't want to expose her sons to his addiction and erratic behavior.

  • April vs. Nicholas Hubbard

    She says he is a controlling cheater; he says she is crazy and stalks him.

  • Kristen vs. Seth Walker

    She says he lies and keeps things from her; he says she spends money like it is going out of style; she says she is pregnant.

  • Lisa vs. Donald Fellows

    He says her behavior is out of control; she says he is a slob and a jerk.

  • LaTerra vs. Kennan Johnson

    She says he is very selfish and refuses to spend money on their children; he says she is controlling, destructive and abusive.

  • Ross vs. Scott

    She says he spends more time with his son and the baby's mama than with her; he says she is vindictive and he thinks she is cheating.

  • Hollon vs. Birch

    She says he lets his friends and family get in the way of their marriage; he says she is insecure.

  • Tara vs. Ralph Singleton

    He says she kept his son from him for more than a year; she says he lost all rights when he cheated.

  • Garcia vs. Hoadley

    She says she has lost her job, condo, luxury car, and inheritance since she met him; he says he cannot stand her controlling ways and lack of fun.

  • Angela vs. KJ Jaavaid

    He says she has a hard time saying no to her grown children and he does not want her grandchildren around; she says he does not appreciate family.

  • Linda vs. Rudy Tacconnelli

    She says he gambles away their money in Atlantic City; he says she is a 'shopaholic' who owns 110 pairs of shoes.

  • Mari vs. Jeff Lange

    She says she is tired of paying all of the bills and handling all of the household responsibilities while he hangs out at his motorcycle club all day, every day.

  • Medows vs. Williams

    She says their son never sees him; he says she keeps appearing at his job site unannounced.

  • Medows vs. Williams

    She says their son asked if he could have a new daddy for Christmas.

  • Nick vs. Debbie Kleinsmith

    He says she is a hoarder; she says he has ruined her life in many ways and wants her to get rid of the things she loves.

  • Kishondria vs. Wendel Spillman

    She wants him to pay the mortgage on their house; he says he does not live there anymore because he left when he learned she was cheating on him.

  • Can't Buy Me Love Week

    She says when she pressured him to get a job, he left and started looking for another woman to support him.

  • JoAnn vs. Douglas Henyan

    She says he is cheap; he says she is a spendthrift.

  • Can't Buy Me Love Week

    He says she hid money from him and charged him for sex so she would have additional spending money.

  • Kristian vs. Sedrick Mitchell

    She says he has cheated on her 10 times; he says she does not look the same as she used to.

  • Can't Buy Me Love Week

    He says she was more interested in retaining material possessions than working on their marriage.

  • Leater vs. Morris

    He says her mother is always in their business; she says her mother is just looking out for her because he does not treat her well.

  • Can't Buy Me Love Week

    She says he cannot be faithful; he says she flirts with his friends.

  • Lisa vs. Sid Baxley

    She wants a divorce because he has gained too much weight; he says her compulsive cleaning stresses him out.

  • Can't Buy Me Love Week

    She has a shopping compulsion; he says she needs to cut back on her spending.

  • Deborah vs. Octavius McBride

    He wants her to return his grandmother's ring, but she refuses to part with it.

  • Opposites Attract Week

    She says he moved them to a farm to keep her away from her friends and family.

  • Delgadillo vs. Alvarado

    She says he thinks he owns her; he says she refuses to clean and makes jokes about his weight gain.

  • Opposites Attract Week

    He says he showered her with attention and gifts but nothing was ever good enough for her.

  • Robbins vs. Tyree

    She says his music career is more important to him than she is; he says he wants her to support his dreams, but she never does.

  • Opposites Attract Week

    She says he dresses and acts like an old man; he says she is too immature to handle a strong man like himself.

  • Martha vs. Stephen Hobbs

    He says her laziness, erratic emotions and drinking caused problems in their relationship; she says he is too controlling and blames him for leading her to drink.

  • Opposites Attract Week

    She says women from the North are too independent for needy Southern men; he says women from the North are greedy, selfish and sneaky.

  • Lowe vs. Brown

    She says she caught him cheating on her and he is a horrible father; he says she acts like his mother and he is tired of her monopolizing his time.

  • Opposites Attract Week

    She says he tried to control her wardrobe, social life and music.

  • Jean vs. Lamont Norman

    Jean and Lamont are ready to end their marriage because she is tired of him staying out until the middle of the night, and he thinks she is too controlling.

  • Kathy vs. Ira Chatmon

    He says she made him cheat; she says she had to work two jobs and pay the bills because he would not look for employment.

  • Carswell vs. Smith

    He says she does not support his music; she says he puts his music before his family.

  • Shawna vs. Todd Honsberger

    He says she has anger management issues and has never had a job; she says his behavior toward her caused her to cheat.

  • Chandra vs. Jerry Watson

    She says he is controlling, insensitive and a cheater who ruined her baby shower; he says she is lazy, jealous and 'ghetto' and embarrasses him everywhere they go.

  • Grubbs vs. Powell

    She says he constantly instigates fights with her family and had one member arrested for trespassing; he says he cannot stand to be around them and has no idea why they do not like him.

  • Michelle vs. Curt Dyer

    She says he is a womanizer; he says she is a jealous nag.

  • Sherrie vs. Granville Harris

    She says he moved his girlfriend into their house without telling her.

  • Sandra vs. David Glover

    She sues him for pawning her wedding ring in order to gamble; he says he did it to buy her a better gift.

  • Morris vs. Smallwood

    He says her insecurities are driving him insane; she says his band gets in the way of their marriage and his flirting is out of control.

  • Fuller vs. Nelson

    He says she does not appreciate his hard work and has a sex addiction; she says he is lazy and does not like to have sex.

  • Martone vs. Michael Williams

    She says he smashed the furniture after she left him; he says she wrote bad things about him on a social-networking website.

  • Smith vs. Wallace

    She says he is abusive and uses her for her money; he says she wants too much sex.

  • Dykes vs. Anderson

    A mother of four says her husband is addicted to porn; he says she is always calling the cops on him.

  • Jan vs. Steve Lentz

    She says she's sick of his drinking, jealousy and financial schemes; he says she's entitled, careless with money and constantly badgers him.

  • Jennifer vs. Omarr Jennings

    She says he undermines her parenting; he says she isn't interested in working on their relationship and is attracted to women.

  • McDonald vs. Bradley

    He says she ran off to another state with their daughter twice; he says she's a gold-digger because she won't marry him until he's financially stable.

  • Burns vs. Edwards

    She says he is controlling and a cheat; he says she goes out too much and neglects him and their family.

  • Rochelle vs. Jason Patrick

    She says he is insensitive and a horrible father; he says he wants to move on because she is engaged to his former best friend.

  • Monique vs. Ricky McClenton

    She says he is too strict on the children and refuses to get a job; he says she locked him out and he had to sleep in the car.

  • Leslie vs. Greg Rogalski

    She says she found condoms in his truck and women calling his phone; he says she physically abuses him.

  • Adams vs. McDowell

    She says he is a liar, insecure, rude, boring and not active; he says she complains about everything.

  • Kara vs. Grant Miller

    She says he cares more about bodybuilding than about their family; he says she hits him in public and calls him a 'meathead.'

  • Baker vs. Jenkins

    She says he is possessive, controlling and drinks too much; he says she is a liar and a cheater who is draining his bank account.

  • Lucretia vs. Marcus Spencer

    He says that during a 'break' from her, he fathered a child with another woman, and that is what is causing problems in their relationship.

  • Olymphia vs. Michael Hutchinson

    She says he is a grandma's boy, controlling, jealous and a flirt; he says she has anger-management issues and is abusive.

  • Francy vs. Piovesan

    She says he is a gold-digging cheat and she is tired of his evil ways; he says she is mean.

  • Marsha vs. Timothy Lawson

    He says she does not like his children from another relationship and thinks he acts like a child; she says his children are spoiled and rude and he denies their son.

  • Jenny vs. Randy Winals

    He says he cannot trust her; she says he is selfish and jealous.

  • Nobel vs. Williams

    She says his Rasta religion gets in the way of their marriage; he says she does not respect his religion and she stole his income tax return.

  • Erin vs. Shaun McGinn

    He says she is a physically abusive liar and a cheat; she says he is controlling, verbally abusive and a 'daddy's boy.'

  • Barnes vs. Bell

    She says he is a cheater with anger issues and does not know how to manage money; he says she is violent and jealous.

  • Butler vs. Payne

    He says she is crazy; she says she caught him in bed with one of her friends and chased them out of the house with a baseball bat.

  • Juergens vs. Cook

    He says she sent the cops to his job site because she suspected him of cheating; she says she involved the police because he was not answering his phone at 3:00 a.m.

  • Tenika vs. Steven Pettigrew

    She says he is a cheater and is constantly having money problems; he says she almost got him fired by acting crazy at his job.

  • Magee vs. Howard

    She says she found him at another woman's house when he was supposed to be at work; he says she does not cook or clean like a wife should.

  • Taylor vs. Hochbrueckner

    She says she has to pay for everything and cannot afford him anymore; he says she only married him for his young age.

  • Darcy vs. Dennis Rynsburger

    He says she had him arrested because he spit sunflower seeds in her face; she says he is a lousy father and a liar.

  • Desiree vs. Arthur Spain

    He says she wants to control what he eats and what he listens to, but does not contribute financially to the household; she says he expects her to wait on him hand and foot.

  • Olguin vs. Lambaria

    She says he has too many female friends and cannot keep a job, so she has to pay his child support; he says she did not tell him she was married when they met.

  • Cooper vs. Jackson

    He says she has a bad temper and wrecked one of his sculptures; she says she got tired of looking at his scary sci-fi creations in the bedroom, so she destroyed one of them.

  • Harrison vs. Armstead

    He says she cheated on him and has no communication skills; she says he is a crybaby who calls and texts her obsessively.

  • Barren vs. Collins

    She says he is an alcoholic who treats her family badly; he says she puts her family before him.

  • Lowe vs. Everett

    He says she seeks too much attention from men but constantly accuses him of cheating; she says she is just trying to network for her modeling career.

  • Just a Gigolo Week

    She says he is a gigolo; he says his relationships with other women are platonic.

  • Kelley vs. Michael Johnson

    She says he is so selfish and lazy she has to work three jobs; he says she is a drama queen who cheated on him.

  • Just a Gigolo Week

    She says she needs sex therapy because he constantly put her down and pressured her to be intimate with him.

  • Richardson vs. Carrington

    She says he is lazy, addicted to sex, and kept the fact that he is the father of three children hidden from her; he says she is controlling and does not want him to work.

  • Just a Gigolo Week

    A man thinks he is perfect and insists he can seduce any woman.

  • Natalie vs. Sean Farrell

    He says she is obsessive-compulsive and once called her children more than 1,100 times during a holiday weekend; she says he is controlling and angry.

  • Just a Gigolo Week

    He says he cannot resist black women and that's why he cheated on his white wife.

  • Patsy vs. Jerry Chambers

    She says he never wants to leave the house and he acts like a child; he says she refuses to get a job and she treats him like a child.

  • Just a Gigolo Week

    She says he disappears every three months with women he met online.

  • Kutuzov vs. Don

    He says she throws her ex in his face and shows her body to other men; she says he is disrespectful to her about her accent and their intimate moments.

  • Caught in the Middle Week

    A man cheats on his wife with the baby sitter.

  • Roland vs. Eason

    He says she is always spending money 'to keep up with the Joneses'; she says he does not provide for her financially or physically.

  • Caught in the Middle Week

    A man admits he cheated on his wife, but denies being the father of the other woman's baby.

  • Tatianna vs. Matthew Saelens

    She says he drinks too much and cheated on her only two years into their marriage; he says he cheated only because he needed a place to stay.

  • Caught in the Middle Week

    A woman says her husband and his twin brother are inseparable and she is tired of being the third wheel.

  • Danette vs. Randy Moore

    She says he is jealous, irresponsible, materialistic and too trusting; he thinks she is an overprotective cheapskate who nags him constantly about finances.

  • Caught in the Middle Week

    A man cheats on his wife with his ex and impregnates her.

  • Shanbie vs. Duval Seamster

    She says he cheats and he sold their dog for the money; he says she knew she was marrying a ladies' man.

  • Jackie vs. Ray Kiefat

    She says he is a controlling male chauvinist who ruined their wedding by throwing up on her; he says she has a bad temper and complains too much.

  • Caught in the Middle Week

    A man must choose between his wife and his best friend.

  • Boyd vs. Young

    She says she should not have to compensate him for crashing his truck because she brings home all of the money and takes care of the home; he says she is crazy, embarrassing, and peruses the online personal ads.

  • Cavanah vs. Andrade

    He says she has a horrible temper and tends to break things; she says he is a pathological liar who drinks too much and caused her to lose possessions when he stopped paying his half of the storage fees.

  • Nicole vs. Robert

    Nicole says Robert's alter ego, 'Joey Petroni,' is taking over their lives; he says his alter ego is his real personality.

  • Carrion vs. Nieves

    He says he thinks she is a shopping addict; she says his sex drive has dwindled and she thinks he may be cheating.

  • Lisha vs. Robert Bloodsaw

    He says he is tired of carrying the financial load of his marriage; she says living with him is like living with a strict drill sergeant.

  • Burns vs. Burns

    The couple met by talking through vent lines while incarcerated.

  • Diaz vs. Maheux

    She says he is insecure and jealous; he says she is a party animal who, he suspects, is cheating.

  • Shelly vs. Westley Stevens

    A couple who work together on a cruise ship find their marriage is sinking.

  • Morgentaler vs. Morgentaler

    A woman sues her husband for throwing her father's ring in the bushes.

  • Shante vs. Nick Shavers

    A man thinks his marriage is falling apart because his wife is unsupportive and lazy.

  • Curjire Vailes vs. Wayne Vailes

    She is upset because he took away her $300 weekly allowance; he says he took it away because he is paying off her debt.

  • Tennille Villagomez vs. Phillip Villagomez

    She says an SUV was a gift and she does not have to return it.

  • Selena vs. Alex Lopez

    She says he stole their child's birthday money, emptied their bank account and disappeared; he says he felt he was owed the money.

  • Kamila vs. Carlos Jackson

    She wants him to get a second job to support her habits; he wants her to repay him for the tax return she used to get breast-enhancement surgery.

  • Elizabeth Brown vs. Nick Fleming

    He refuses to pay half of the down payment on a house; she wants to adopt a child, but he would rather retire to Hawaii.

  • Joshjarie Jibbs vs. Preston Buckner

    She says he treats her like a stripper; he says she locked him in his music studio and threw away the key.

  • Loretta Burtt vs. Joe Burtt

    He says she has abandoned him physically and emotionally; she considers the dog her rival and is suing her husband for everything the animal has destroyed.

  • Mignon Johnson-Kelly vs. Vance Kelly

    He is suing her because, he says, she took his $3,150 guitar and demanded he buy it back.

  • Jennifer Aguila vs. Jassiel Aguila

    She thinks he slept with her best friend.

  • Talisha Lunsford vs. Talee Lunsford

    She says his appearance has prevented them from getting a home; he worries that she is setting a bad example for their children.

  • Diana vs. Brent Miller

    She sues him for the cost of breast-implant surgery; he denies having an affair but admits to having another woman on his cell phone plan.

  • Sharon vs. George Dunigan

    She says he has turned into an old man who complains about everything; he wants to be repaid for shoes that were ruined when she demanded that he put them outside.

  • Deitra Hicks vs. Loren Harper

    She says she found her wedding ring on another woman's finger; he says she owes him for therapy sessions because she always resorted to violence when they had problems.

  • Deitra Hicks vs. Loren Harper

    He says she is abusive; she says he stole her wedding ring to give to his new woman.

  • AJ Wetzel vs. Tom Wetzel

    He decided to divorce her when she announced the desire to become a man; she wants him to stay and pay for her breast-removal surgery.

  • Lisette Falden vs. Warren Falden

    She says he is a lying, cheating abuser; he says she is a hot-headed drama queen who abandoned him.

  • Sunshine Lee vs. Gregg Lee

    A hippie wants her husband to pay for breaking their plasma TV during an argument.

  • Keys vs. Dennis

    A woman sues her wife for damages inflicted on her car when her wife followed and rammed her while driving.

  • Keys vs. Dennis

    A woman wants to divorce her wife because eight years with her has been too long.

  • Misty Cerini vs. Anthony Cerini

    He says she is a lazy, violent 'shopaholic' who should get a job; she says he ditches her on date night to hang out with his friends.

  • Johnson vs. Taylor

    She found him in the bathroom with two naked strippers; he says he was in the bathroom practicing for a music video.

  • Charity Moreno vs. Steven Abril

    A young man refuses to pay his ex-wife child support until she proves the child is his own, which she is reluctant to do.

  • Georgia vs. Dana Carney

    She says he is an Internet shopping 'addict'; he says she has become a snob and gives all of her time to their grandchildren.

  • Jamaica Burrell vs. Lance Burrell

    He says she would rather go out and drink than take care of the children, and he thinks she may have had another man's baby.

  • Nena vs. Anthony Hilliard

    She wants the money she says he secretly took from her 401(k).

  • Brown vs. Curry

    He says she is lazy, immature and throws tantrums in public; she says he is a lying, cheating kleptomaniac.

  • Ashleye vs. Don Deleva

    He says she broke his $1,500 guitar in a careless fit of rage; she says he is still hung up on his high-school sweetheart.

  • Carol vs. Marion Jones

    She wants the cost of the engagement ring he pawned and bounced check fees.

  • Carol vs. Marion Jones

    She says he is a cheater who caused them to go into debt; he wants a divorce because she has not lost the weight she said she would.

  • I Married a Stranger Week

    She says he is insecure and is not passionate; he says there is more to a marriage than intimacy.

  • Kimberlie vs. Ash

    He says she is co-dependent and they are only staying together for the sake of the children; she wants him to pay off the car he gave her as a gift.

  • I Married a Stranger Week

    A couple meets on the Internet and marries three weeks later.

  • Celana Hill vs. Dave Tolliver

    She says he needs to eat less and work more; he says he got depressed because his career was not doing as well as he had hoped.

  • I Married a Stranger Week

    She seeks child support for their 3-month-old daughter; he wants a paternity test.

  • Jenny vs. Bill Schults

    She says he is ignorant and has no respect for her or their children.

  • I Married a Stranger Week

    She says his mother ruined their wedding; he says it is not his fault that his family dislikes her.

  • Jennifer Jackson vs. Richard Jackson

    Husband and wife have cheated on each other.

  • I Married a Stranger Week

    He says she is disobedient and wastes money; she thinks he might be gay.

  • Holly Price vs. Eric Price

    She says she started refusing him sex because he couldn't hold on to a job.

  • Celia vs. Harold Seymore

    She says he is an arrogant cheater who owes her more than $1,000 to pay the phone bills he ran up while talking to other women.

  • Tania Miller vs. Rudy Alvarado

    She says his insecurities are ruining their marriage; he says she is a flirtatious cougar.

  • Ora vs. Tim Flannagan

    She says he is obnoxious and has to be the center of everything; he says she tries to embarrass him in public.

  • Born to Cheat Week

    A man cheated on his pregnant wife with a college student.

  • Born to Cheat Week

    He admits he cheated with several women but blames her for his affairs.

  • Born to Cheat Week

    He says he cheated because she gained weight and he was no longer attracted to her.

  • Born to Cheat Week

    She says she has given him several chances to stop cheating, but he will not; he says cheating is not his fault because it is biological.

  • Duncan vs. Triplett

    She says she was ready to throw in the towel on their marriage when she found about his 13th child.

  • Born to Cheat Week

    She suspects he is cheating; he says she carelessly spent his money on wigs, clothes and shoes.

  • Rachel vs. Dustin Walker

    She says he gambled away all of their money in Las Vegas and wanted her to dance so they could afford to get back home.

  • Stephanie vs. Ronald Stokes

    Both want to walk away from their sham of a marriage, but first he wants her to pay up on the secret loan she took out on his vehicle.

  • Mya Holley v Ron Ramsey

    A woman throws her husband's clothes out to motivate him to lose weight

  • Amber Love vs. Ellis Love

    He does not believe that their first and fourth children are his own.

  • Lisa Todd v Henry Black

    Henry suspects his wife Lisa of infidelity, and she admits she is only with him for his money after 23 years of being together

  • Suzy Aslanyan vs. Mesrop Agadzanyan

    She says he was controlling when they wed but promised to change.

  • Laneice Brown vs. Joseph Brown

    A very large woman says her very small husband does not want to grow up and runs away from his problems.

  • Crystal Torres vs. Eddie Torres

    He says she knew he was a player and begged him to get married.

  • Deitra Hicks vs. Loren Harper

    He says she owes him 16 therapy sessions; she says she found her ring on another woman's finger.

  • Amanda Ellis vs. Josh Ellis

    He says she is a controlling drama queen and he does not want to give her six months of transitional support.

  • Shante Shavers vs. Nicholas Shavers

    He says he is sick of her treating him like a child.

  • Julie Thomas vs. Alfred Barber

    He admits he was unfaithful but says he is not at fault because she abandoned him during their marriage.

  • Alexia Boliek vs. Craig Boliek

    She says his flirtatious ways are causing a rift in their marriage; he says she is being paranoid.

  • Susan Palmer vs. Aaron Palmer

    She admits she caused him to lose his job; he says she is trying to sabotage his life.

  • Dawn Jackson vs. Adam Soden

    She says she is tired of carrying all the financial weight in their relationship; he says she has an inappropriate relationship with another man.

  • Latorsia Ivey vs. Brandon Hewlett

    She says he is a horrible husband and has a sex addiction; he says she is a cheater and a manipulator.

  • Shyvone Triplett vs. Adrian Britton

    She says he acts like an immature mama's boy; he says she is controlling and jealous because of their age difference.

  • Stacey Melzo vs. Phillip Durnford

    She says he is a lazy, deadbeat dad who cannot keep a job; he says she has let herself go.

  • Mary Ann Ciaravino vs. Ralph Ciaravino

    He admits he was unfaithful but says he is not at fault because she abandoned him during their marriage.

  • Keisha Chavis vs. Kenric Chavis

    She says she paid $500 toward divorce papers he has yet to sign.

  • Jessica Bailey vs. Nick Smith

    He seeks reimbursement for her $6,000 breast implants; she says he is obsessed with the outdoors.

  • Petula Walton vs. Troy Walton

    She is sick and tired of her meddling mother-in-law; he sues her for damages to his clothes and tires.

  • Brandis Marshall vs. Vidal Marshall

    She accuses him of being a deadbeat dad and wants him to pay half of their children's day care fees for six months.

  • Lasheba Roberts vs. Vernon Roberts

    She says he is a liar and a cheater; he says she is a stalker who pushes him to cheat.

  • Teddy Molinari vs. Jay Hare

    A 72-year-old woman says her husband cannot keep up with her in bed.

  • Lakisha Arrington vs. Lorenzo Arrington

    She says he has cheated on her more than 10 times; he thinks she is impossible to please.

  • Lauren Vultao vs. Elton Vultao

    She wants an open relationship because she says he does not satisfy her in bed and she prefers black men.

  • Nikki Hontz vs. Jesse Franco

    She says she has postpartum depression and his comments and glances at other women only make her feel worse.

  • Angelet vs. Spencer Wilkerson

    He says she is a paranoid snoop; she admits she has their dog track him down to prove he is cheating.

  • Skye vs. Isiah Patterson

    He says she does not deserve any transitional support because she never appreciated anything he did for her during their marriage.

  • Skye vs. Isiah Patterson

    She wants him to provide six months of transitional support and money to repair a wig she says he ripped from her head.

  • Michelle Boyd vs. Steven Boyd

    He says she expects him to work, clean the house and take care of the dogs.

  • Ashley Glenn vs. Justin Glenn

    She says he is obsessed with video games; he says she spends all their money on clothes.

  • Evelyn Mobley vs. Benjamin Mobley

    He takes a lie-detector test to prove he never cheated on her.

  • Lena Charles vs. Kado Charles

    He admits to taking two of her rings and pawning them for $20.

  • Michelle Hawkins vs. David Hawkins

    She seeks six months of transitional support so she and her four children can move out and get on their feet.

  • Gloria Serrano vs. Jose Serrano

    A woman asks for six months of transitional support so she can leave her jealous and controlling husband.

  • Julie Greer vs. Hans Gardner

    She wants him to pay $841 for destroying her property.

  • Lillian McClain vs. Savalas McClain

    She wants him to pay for the plasma TV he ruined in a fit of anger.

  • Teisha Warner vs. Christopher Hunt

    She says he drank away his dreams of playing professional football; he thinks she has been cheating on him.

  • Debbie Harshbarger vs. Billy Harshbarger

    He says he wants a divorce after 30 years of marriage because he is tired of listening to her talk to dead people.

  • Jennipher Durden vs. Darin Durden

    He admits he melted chocolate in her laptop because he was angry with her; she says he gets so hot-tempered that he throws things and slams doors.

  • Darlene Doughty vs. Michael Warren

    She suspects he is cheating because he no longer has sex with her; he says he found her in bed with a girlfriend.

  • Jennifer Holt vs. Cory Shipp

    After admitting to an affair, a man demands that his wife pay $3,100 in medical bills after she cut his foot in a fight.

  • Heather Ferguson vs. Kendall Ferguson

    A couple's interpretation of the Bible causes problems in their marriage.

  • Heather Ferguson vs. Kendall Ferguson

    She says he is a chauvinist but he says his theories are backed by the Bible.

  • Amber Anderson vs. Andrew Anderson

    A pregnant woman wants a divorce because she says her husband has a gambling compulsion.

  • Songa Brown vs. John Brown

    She wants him to pay six months of rent.

  • Josalyn Garland vs. Malcolm Garland

    After admitting to an affair, a man demands that his wife pay $3,100 in medical bills after she cut his foot in a fight.

  • Colleen Camelin vs. Larry Camelin

    A woman admits to cheating on her husband with 15 men.

  • James Balentine vs. Ashley Balentine

    He says she spent their bill money on Betty Boop rugs; she says he uses their savings to help out his family.

  • Denise Riley vs. Johnny Riley

    She sues for custody of their cat.

  • Erica Pompey vs. Anthony Pompey

    She says he was abusive and cheated on her during their marriage; he says she is insecure.

  • Misty Lane vs. Michael Lane

    She wants him to help pay for her gas and electric bills; he says she is a negligent mom who spends her money on partying.

  • Danile Stamps vs. Kirk Stamps

    She accuses him of stealing $432 from their joint checking account and says he is a bigamist.

  • Lisa Jaime vs. Michael Jaime

    She says she had to return one of his cars to the dealership because he cannot keep a job.

  • Charessa Johnson vs. James Johnson

    He says she always has a negative attitude toward him and makes fun of him in front of her friends.

  • Rebecca Curtis vs. Drew Curtis

    He says she always chooses wrestling over their family; she demands he pay her for a Hulk Hogan doll he broke.

  • Lon'Yelle Walker vs. Mark Walker

    He says she is violent, lazy and a cheater; she says he got another woman's name tattooed on his arm.

  • Sherry Moctezuma vs. Dorian Moctezuma

    She accuses him of being gay and says he acts like a sissy; he accuses her of cheating on him several times.

  • Marie King Nuzzi vs. Anthony Nuzzi

    He takes a lie-detector test to prove his fidelity.

  • Ashley Matthews vs. Shawn Matthews

    She says he does nothing for their children; he questions the paternity of their second child.

  • Jennifer Roesel vs. Jeremy Roesel

    She says he watches too much pornography and makes fun of her weight.

  • Celia Hudson vs. Greg Hudson

    He says she ruined his favorite designer hat because he was flirting with other women.

  • Jeanne Nobles vs. Adam Nobles

    She seeks over $2,000 in transitional support so she can start over without him; he says they bring out the worst in each other.

  • Karen-Marie Ali vs. Aswad Ali

    She says she is sick of his overspending and admits to taking his employment checks and putting them in a separate account.

  • Allison Hoffmann vs. Korey Hoffmann

    He wants her to pay for truck repairs; she says he is lazy and does not work.

  • Nadja Goines vs. Patrick Goines

    She says he flushed her expensive jewelry down the toilet; he says he is upset because she will not wear her wedding ring in public.

  • Stephanie Carrion vs. Pablo Nieves

    She says her libido is diminished because she is going through menopause; he says he gave her a $480 bracelet in exchange for 30 days of sex.

  • Jordynne Alfano vs. Joel Alfano

    She says he failed her emotionally and physically by abandoning her for their neighbor; he denies having an intimate relationship with the neighbor but says he admired her.

  • Heather Davis vs. Clint Broxton

    She says she is sick of him not providing for their family; he says her father constantly interferes in their relationship.

  • Angel Bullock vs. Mike Bullock

    He says their marriage fell apart because she gained weight after having children.

  • Lee Tillman vs. Tony Tillman

    She wants repayment for his $17,000 skin-reduction surgery.

  • Elizabeth Giran vs. Sunny Giran

    She says he threw away $6,000 worth of her clothes and makeup; he says she is a compulsive shopper who spends up to $9,000 a week on clothes.

  • Tamela Phillips vs. Wydrick Phillips

    He admits he slept with her twin sister and says he has no regrets; she says he spent bill money on alcohol for his birthday party.

  • Heather Walton vs. Drew Walton

    She says he chose to play softball rather than be by her side during surgery; he says she cheated on him and has lousy spending habits.

  • Monique Anthony vs. Terrence Lancaster

    He accuses her of cheating with his best man; she accuses him of stealing cash from her.

  • My Way or the Highway Week

    A couple returns to tell the judge whether or not they reconciled.

  • Risha Hill vs. Eugene Hill

    He says he poked through her belongings because he thinks she is sneaky and dishonest.

  • My Way or the Highway Week

    She thinks he is ashamed of her because of her weight; he admits he never takes her anywhere and thinks she should lose weight.

  • Carrie Tagnani vs. Mike Tagnani

    She is angry at him for pawning her grandmother's rosary beads; he admits to spending hundreds of dollars a week on pornography.

  • My Way or the Highway Week

    She blames him for their 12-year-old daughter's weight problem; he says now that she has lost weight, she expects everyone to be thin.

  • Kimberly Sampson vs. Samuel Jackson

    He says she cannot accept him as head of their household; she says his controlling behavior drove her to drink.

  • My Way or the Highway Week

    She admits she is very controlling but insists that she is obliged to be because he is not trustworthy.

  • Becky Farrow vs. Chris Farrow

    She says he has been physically abusive during their relationship and kept her from visiting their son's grave site.

  • My Way or the Highway Week

    She quit her job and stayed home to work because he thinks that housework is the job for a woman.

  • Bettie Fulton vs. Richard Fulton

    She says he is too controlling and wants him to pay for breaking her glasses; he admits to trashing their house but denies breaking her glasses.

  • Jennifer Harris vs. Lamar Harris

    She says he constantly chooses his rap career over their family; he says her insecurities are ruining their marriage.

  • Deseree Marshall vs. Scott Marshall

    He says he lost his wife when she lost weight; she says he is threatened by her weight loss and tried to sabotage it from the beginning.

  • Janice Norman vs. Shawn Norman

    He says he is sick and tired of her attitude, but she wants to try and save the marriage.

  • Jennie Gibson vs. Jerry Gibson

    She wants a divorce after 17 years of marriage because he thinks he owns her; he says he pays the bills and takes care of her while she watches TV all day.

  • Rachelle Ray vs. Jeffrey Oliver

    She sues him for moving expenses because she is tired of his cheating; he says her past relationships are destroying their marriage.

  • Kimberly Anderson vs. Leonard Campbell

    He says he is tired of her temper and wants her to pay for the car windows she smashed; she says he is a womanizer and suspected he was having an affair with one of her friends.

  • Christina Dominguez vs. Leshon Kirkwood

    He says she threw away his designer clothes in a fit of anger.

  • Heather Ohlinger vs. David Ohlinger

    She wants him to pay for their son's church camp; he reunites with his son after 7 years apart.

  • Heather Ohlinger vs. David Ohlinger

    She says he owes thousands of dollars in child support and should pay for their son's church camp.

  • Andrea Hodge vs. Tariq Taylor

    He says she is such a slob that they got kicked out of their apartment; she admits she cheated but says she did it because she was finished with their marriage.

  • Michelle Froisland vs. Clint Froisland

    She says he insults her and tells her he will find another woman if she does not have sex with him; he says she is immature and a slob.

  • Teresa Lewis vs. Derrick Lewis

    She does not believe he is really blind because she has seen him watch TV, work on the roof and cook a meal; he admits he can see a little bit but still wants her to pay for his home health aide.

  • Shana Lovett vs. Robert Lovett

    She says she found out after they were married that he was engaged to two women at the same time; he says she cheated on him two months into their marriage and is now living with a new boyfriend.

  • Nikki Cuevas vs. Ronnie Cuevas

    She says that he became too controlling after they married; he says that she is too high-maintenance for him.

  • Aimee Evans vs. Greg Evans

    She says he has a gambling compulsion and has lost $200,000 and gotten barred from the casino.

  • Monica Gray vs. Jonathan Gray

    She says his rage scares her and his drunken behavior is embarrassing and disrespectful to her family.

  • Roseann Jones vs. William Jones

    She says they do not like the same music or TV shows and have nothing in common.

  • Angela Coleman vs. Sherrod Coleman

    A man says his wife treats him like a child.

  • Irene Sally vs. Michael Sally

    He does not think he is the father of their baby; she says he is the father and should pay for day care.

  • Ivy Montano vs. Al Montano

    He says his wife and daughters are lazy gold diggers who sleep all day while he is at work.

  • Lareagan Fleming vs. Tim Fleming

    He says her controlling ways make him feel like he lives with a probation officer.

  • Honey Joles vs. Gypsy Joles

    Two scam artists seek a divorce.

  • Quianna Jeffries vs. Deandre Jeffries

    He has big dreams of becoming a rapper and a music producer and thinks she is holding him back.

  • Shannon Abbott vs. David Abbott

    A woman wants a divorce from her husband, who has admitted to infidelity.

  • Ashley Washington vs. Damien Collins

    He says she has gained weight and let herself go since they got married; she says she is tired of him putting her down.

  • Tera Alford vs. Dajuan Davis

    A couple are separating after seven years because she claims he is responsible for their daughters' obesity.

  • Alex Vacca vs. Thom Vacca

    A woman claims her husband's fascination with the end of the world ended their marriage.

  • Andrea Owens vs. Ricky Owens

    A woman complains her husband's dreams of rap stardom are unrealistic, and he counters that she had an affair.

  • Kristina Ortiz vs. Jose Ortiz

    A former couple battles over their rent-to-own furniture.

  • Patsy Chambers vs. Jerry Chambers

    A woman claims her husband is too fat and he says she is too talkative.

  • Rhonda Bell vs. Ronald Bell

    A woman divorces her neat-freak husband and sues for money to replace a necklace he threw away.

  • Myranda Bridges vs. Brandon Bridges

    She says he has become a slob around the house, has anger issues, loves his horses more than his family and gambles on a daily basis; he says she is a spoiled princess who cares more about being a beauty queen than a wife.

  • Sierra Bailey vs. Ernesto Bailey

    He says she lets her family get too involved in their relationship and admits to cheating on her; she says he cannot keep a job, is too controlling and complains all the time.

  • She's the Boss Week

    She finds her husband's constant attention cloying and admits she is not very affectionate, but he wants to treat her like a queen.

  • She's the Boss Week

    She says her husband has harassed her for years to quit the military, and he says her job has made her bossy, rude and aggressive.

  • Jamie Bell vs. Wali Bell

    She wants him to take a lie detector test to reveal how many affairs he has had.

  • She's the Boss Week

    He wants his heavily accessorized Cadillac in a divorce settlement, and she says he lost his job, then got lazy.

  • Shante Turner vs. Todd Turner

    She says he can't provide her with the lifestyle she wants; he questions the paternity of their children.

  • She's the Boss Week

    After meeting her husband on the Internet, she believes he should have understood her strong personality, but he says she needs to argue about and control everything.

  • Heather Hodges vs. William Hodges

    She thought they had a perfect marriage; he blames her for his affair.

  • She's the Boss Week

    She thinks she gets to call the shots because she brings in the most money, but he says his contributions include cooking and cleaning.

  • Nicole Sargent vs. Delawrence Adley

    She admits to an affair, but claims her boyfriend is a better provider than her husband; he claims she burned his clothes.

  • Michelle Hasan vs. Qaadir Hasan

    He says he married her after only three months of dating because his religion banned premarital sex.

  • Rachel Salinas vs. Brian Salinas

    She says he acts like a child and cannot keep a job; he admits to playing video games for hours each day.

  • Lori Tracy vs. Daymon Tracy

    A woman divorcing her husband asks the court for cat support.

  • Regina Harris vs. Kent Harris

    A woman divorces her husband after learning he is having a child with her younger sister.

  • Luvinia Green vs. Ernest Green

    She says he cheats and is bossy, controlling and broke; he says she should nurture and uplift him when he is down.

  • Shannon Maracle vs. Joey Maracle

    He says she is a sneaky liar and says he only cheated on her because she allowed him to; she says he left her alone on Christmas to be with his ex.

  • Joanne Meadows vs. Steve Meadows

    She says he spends all their money flying planes on the weekends; he says she gambled away all their mortgage money.

  • Jerussia Smith vs. Ceasarae Smith

    She is older than he but tired of being mistaken for his mother; he doesn't like her to hang out with his immature friends.

  • Rachael Lischer vs. Keith Lischer

    She says he is too controlling; he says she is a cheater and a partyer.

  • Kimbly Alexander vs. Nick Alexander

    He says she gained 50 pounds after they got married and only started paying attention to him after he cheated.

  • Sara Brown vs. Floyd Brown

    She says he puts his rap career before their family; he says she does not support his dreams and their constant fighting is hurting their children.

  • Brittany Jenkins vs. Christopher Jenkins

    She says he is a liar and a cheater; he says she is jealous and insecure.

  • Clark vs. Singleton

    Laylannai says her fiance is a wimp who cries when they argue and does not work; he says she is always pushing his buttons.

    Friday 31st October 2:00pm EDT - WDCA (MyNetworkTV)
  • Carr vs. Carr

    Terry says she is at the end of her rope because she has made too many sacrifices trying to make the marriage work; her husband says he is tired of constantly bickering with her.

    Thursday 30th October 2:00pm EDT - WDCA (MyNetworkTV)
  • McClain-Boyce vs. Boyce

    Newlyweds who met online are unable to decide whether to continue working on their marriage, separate or divorce.

    Wednesday 29th October 2:00pm EDT - WDCA (MyNetworkTV)
  • King vs. Stewart

    Tiffany says her six children's father is lazy, has money issues, has a poor parenting style, constantly requests sex and is addicted to porn; he cannot get past the fact that she refuses him sex.

    Tuesday 28th October 2:00pm EDT - WDCA (MyNetworkTV)
  • Hernandez vs. Hernandez

    Juliza says her husband cheats on her, is constantly high, does not appreciate anything she does for him and is not concerned about the children's welfare; he denies her allegations and says she slashed his tires.

    Monday 27th October 2:00pm EDT - WDCA (MyNetworkTV)
  • DuBose vs. DuBose

    Rachel is unhappy because her husband is away in the military and spends his free time with his brother, not her and the children; he says she is a cheater, and he is tired of looking like the stupid husband next to her.

    Friday 24th October 2:00pm EDT - WDCA (MyNetworkTV)
  • Fleming vs. Allen

    A college student's girlfriend is a grandmother who pays all of the bills and hopes to bear his child.

    Thursday 23rd October 2:00pm EDT - WDCA (MyNetworkTV)
  • Jalali vs Jalali

    Mahan, who married his wife because he thought she was pregnant, later learned that she was not; she says he has had countless flings with both men and women during their relationship.

    Today at 2:00pm EDT - WDCA (MyNetworkTV)
  • Maddox vs. Maddox

    Joe moved out when he came home and found several men in the house; she says she moved on with her life, but as soon as she met a guy, Joe wanted to get back together.

  • McKnight vs. McKnight

    Derrick has lost his sexual desire for his new wife, and they now live like brother and sister.

  • Collins vs. Collins

    Sharonda caught her husband cheating and no longer trusts him; he says her mistrust is stopping him from being able to run his business and support her and the children.

  • Taylor vs. Taylor

    Jachri promised his wife that the Army was going to train him for a great job, but when his service ended, he chose not to re-enlist, without having any sort of job lined up, so she feels he is too irresponsible.

  • Johnson vs. Johnson

    Tonya says her husband is in a cult, and she is angry because his religion is more important to him than she is.

  • Evans vs. Evans

    Nicole says her husband has women calling his phone, asking for 'Big Daddy' all the time; he says she needs to cook and clean for him and should get out of the house and loosen up.

  • Martin vs. Pinner

    Rommel says Brittany's baby does not look anything like him, and because one of his homeboys saw her talking to other guys at the club, he fears the child is not his.

  • Saulters vs. Saulters

    Pregnant Jessica says that when the going gets rough, her husband runs away, sometimes for days at a time.

  • Franklin vs. Franklin

    She says their marriage has been filled with mistrust because of his cheating ways; he says she encouraged him to flirt with women online to help their business.

  • Lambert vs. Johnson

    He worries about her jealousy of his career and lifestyle; she worries about his commitment to her and thinks his relationship with his best friend -- a female -- is inappropriate.

    Wednesday 29th October 2:30pm EDT - WDCA (MyNetworkTV)
  • Hermaine vs. Sanders

    She says he doesn't listen to her when she talks to him; he says she gets mad at him anytime he disagrees with her; they agree that their communication is awful.

  • Bennet vs. Bennet

    She says he is abusive, immature, irresponsible and has anger issues; he says she has a bad attitude, doesn't contribute to the household expenses and doesn't let him see their daughter.

  • Gollnick vs. Walker

    Shantae, who married her fourth husband after dating him for only a few weeks, says he has been lying to her from day one.

  • Silva vs. Moreno

    Jesus admits he lied about his young age when he first met his wife because he was looking for a 'sugar mama' to take care of him.

    Friday 31st October 2:30pm EDT - WDCA (MyNetworkTV)
  • Johnson vs. Riley

    Tomisha calls her live-in boyfriend the king of complaining and feels that he is just using her for her car and shelter.

    Thursday 30th October 2:30pm EDT - WDCA (MyNetworkTV)
  • Pace vs. Pace

    Tasha is tired of her DJ husband soliciting the attention of so many women at the club; he says her insane jealousy has made her insufferable to live with.

  • Shelton vs. Shelton

    Tameca's husband has five children with five other women, including two who were born while they were married; he blames her.

  • Evans vs. Evans

    Lesa says her husband treats her like a 'booty call' and takes care of his son only if they are on good terms.

    Monday 27th October 2:30pm EDT - WDCA (MyNetworkTV)
  • Ramos vs. Ramos

    Brittney says her husband abuses drugs and alcohol, fails to provide for the family and is in a relationship with another woman.

    Today at 2:30pm EDT - WDCA (MyNetworkTV)
  • Cheers vs. Daniels

    Karyn says her fiance has anger issues, frequently loses his temper, and flirts with young women on social media.

  • Humphreys vs. Humphreys

    Trisha says her husband has become increasingly ashamed of her past struggles and spends all of his weekends with his teen daughter by another woman.

    Wednesday 22nd October 2:30pm EDT - WDCA (MyNetworkTV)
  • Taylor vs. Taylor

    Derrick says his wife began to act like she was single after having several cosmetic surgeries, and he wants his money back; she says he is a cheating player.

  • Simek vs. Kafure

    Aaron says his fiancee has a major spending problem and refuses to learn to budget, and he is not excited about inheriting her college debts; she says he makes her feel too restricted about what she can and cannot buy.

  • Figgins vs. Lazard

    Betsy says her husband is a habitual liar who wrecked and failed to pay for a car she bought him; he says she sold his video game console and wants her to pay for it.

  • Massey vs. Massey

    Stephanie says she is tired of her husband's lazy, packrat, slob routine; he criticizes her use of Facebook and says she should cut down on her partying.

  • Mir-Valliallahzadeh vs. Garza

    Friends 'with benefits' who married on a whim find that things have not gone so smoothly since: she cheats, he drinks too much, and they argue daily.

  • Davis vs. Davis

    Jeremiah says his wife does not respect him and is a liar, a snake and a manipulator; she says he has called her horrible names and gotten into heated fights with her.

  • Taylor vs. Taylor

    Tenita and Willie accuse each other of cheating and having children with other people.

  • Moorman vs. Ward

    Bianca says her husband is too focused on his rap career, rather than on her and their two babies; he says she is too needy and does not understand that there are things he must do to move his career forward.

  • Hoagland vs. Hoagland

    Amberlee's husband accuses her of cheating because she plays an online game in which she is a stripper and prostitute.

    Tomorrow at 2:30pm EDT - WDCA (MyNetworkTV)
  • Holt vs. Holt

    Steven says his wife pulled a knife on him after a friend said she saw him with another woman, and has dented his car and broken his nose.

  • Fields vs. Fields

    A couple who met on social media and immediately moved in together after becoming pregnant deal with an affair, excessive drinking, unemployment and jealousy.

  • Bowen vs. Daniels

    Sashay regrets putting her life on hold for her male-model fiance and does not like having his twin brother living with them.

  • Smith vs. Smith

    Vaughan says his wife's ill health and depression are holding him back from life.

    Friday 24th October 2:30pm EDT - WDCA (MyNetworkTV)
  • Reeves vs. Reeves

    Lisa says her husband is an idiot who spent all of her money, and as soon as it was gone, problems in the relationship began; he denies cheating and says their problems stem from her willingness to help everyone else out.

  • Etienne vs. Etienne

    Michael wants to have a baby and was unaware that Desiree was unable to bear another child until after they wed; she is tired of his accusations of cheating and says he needs to grow up.

  • Blythe vs. Blythe

    Rebecca says her husband puts his mother and sister over his wife and daughter; he says she thinks she is the boss in his business.

  • Taylor vs. Sanders

    Twenty-year-old Asia, pregnant with her third child, is engaged to a 62-year-old man who wants her to adjust her attitude problem.

  • Owens vs. Jenkins

    Maya and her boyfriend are solely dependent on her disability check to survive, and she has to handle all of the bills and take care of the children on her own; her boyfriend realizes he needs a job, but feels she does not respect or appreciate him.

  • Brown vs. Mahone

    Alexandria says her fiance hides his phone from her so she cannot view his texts to other women; he says she cheats and has pawned off her engagement ring after wearing it for only three months.

  • McGee vs. Walton

    Robin says her husband is a cheater who treats her children poorly; he claims that he has never cheated on her and that she has a gambling problem.

  • Cooper vs. Cooper

    Charity says her husband's infidelities and lack of support make her question whether their marriage can last; he says her coldness and their lack of sex make him wonder if marriage is worth it.

    Thursday 23rd October 2:30pm EDT - WDCA (MyNetworkTV)
  • Knight vs. Knight

    Tasha feels that her husband is no longer attracted to her; he says she constantly nags and belittles him, comparing him to her exes.

  • Erozco vs. Escobar

    She says she used to support him and even bought him expensive cars and took him on fancy trips, but now that the financial tables have turned, he is very cheap and analyzes every dime she spends; he says she is too critical and controlling.

  • Luciano vs. Poyer

    A couple who live together in her mother's home question whether they should marry, because they argue at least once a day.

  • Mitchell vs. Davis

    He says she is a habitual liar and a cheater who is too demanding and jealous of his relationship with his children; she says he is a selfish, insecure, controlling man who gets upset when she spends time with anyone other than him.

  • Henri vs. Smith

    A couple who wed too young are losing interest in their marriage; she wants him to get a job and help support their children.

  • Skeen vs. Martin

    He is an angry, violent drunk and has never gotten over briefly losing custody of their baby; he says he is tired of her verbal abuse.

  • Enrique vs. Wilcox

    He says she is a controlling, lazy slob; she says he does not accept the way she does anything.

  • Carter-Turner vs. Turner

    She says that since he cheated on her, things have never been the same; he says that after being shot in the head in a home invasion, he decided to clean up his life, but her behavior became worse.

  • Hearst vs. Medlock

    She says he clocks the mileage on her car to see if she is driving anywhere she should not, and he does not like her talking to her friends or her brother.

  • Bassey vs. Weathers

    She says he has to stop acting like a grumpy old man; he says his good looks make her insecure, and she is too controlling.

  • Jones vs. Echois

    She says she is sick of his selfish, arrogant ways; he is upset that she pawned their anniversary ring.

  • Dudgeon vs. Dudgeon

    After a whirlwind romance, she agreed to move from the U.K. to Los Angeles with him, but now each thinks the other is lazy and coddled, and she wants to go home.

  • Cachuex vs. Ruiz

    He says she is overly jealous and too laid back in disciplining the children; she says he plays too much with them and has turned down jobs in fear of not being near enough to her.

  • Smith vs. Budd

    She wants him to leave the past behind and stop flirting with women on the Internet; he says she has two personalities and he never knows which one he is going to get.

  • Johnson vs. Rimson

    He confesses to having three affairs during the course of their marriage but says he does not believe in divorce.

  • Lee vs. Sapp

    A couple have been together for 12 years, but he puts off marriage because, he says, she is jealous, unappreciative and has a bad attitude.

  • Stephens vs. Stephens III

    Monica and Ludwig married while he was in jail, and their problems started when he was released.

  • Little vs. Clayton

    A woman who met her husband on an online dating site contracts an STD, and he fears she has cheated on him.

  • He's a Dog Week

    Updates on guests with multiple marriages: a woman marries three times; a four-time widower believes she found her perfect mate; a man marries for intimacy, then leaves for another woman.

  • Mosquera vs. Ballon

    She wants more out of life than to be a wife and mother; he is tired of her hanging out with friends while he is at home with the children.

  • He's a Dog Week

    A cheater steals his wife's wedding ring after finding an incriminating e-mail.

  • He's a Dog Week

    A husband says he needs a variety of women to satisfy him.

  • Eskridge vs. Eskridge

    He says she smokes too much and cheated on him in the past; she says he is verbally abusive, fails to communicate appropriately and holds grudges from 1985.

  • He's a Dog Week

    An unsatisfied husband is unfaithful.

  • Senn vs. Senn

    He says she sold his prized possessions to play the lottery and bingo, and because he does not trust her, he put a locator app on her phone; she says he is overly controlling and cheats on her.

  • He's a Dog Week

    A woman wants spousal support.

  • Champaigne vs. Salazar

    He says she is so jealous he got her fired from being a trainer at his gym because it was interfering with his workouts; she says he cares more about bodybuilding than his marriage, and she thinks his supplements have caused his anger issues.

  • Rogers vs. Rogers

    She says he is a liar and a master manipulator who wants to control everything about her; he says 30 men have had her, and she refuses to raise the children correctly.

  • Risner vs. Risner

    A couple who have had five children in the past six years complain of a lackluster love life and suspicions of cheating.

    Tomorrow at 1:30pm EDT - WDCA (MyNetworkTV)
  • Hunt vs. Hunt

    He says he regrets rushing into marriage with a pregnant exotic dancer; she says he spends all of their money on gambling, strip clubs and hookers.

  • Perry vs. Perry Jr.

    He says she keeps too many pets in their home, and one of them bit him; she says he is a mama's boy who refuses to grow up, and he went to jail for DUI.

    Wednesday 29th October 1:00pm EDT - WDCA (MyNetworkTV)
  • Shoals vs. Brown

    She says he is jealous of her children and thinks she is putting them before him; he says he feels like a doormat because she spends all of her time helping others rather than working on their marriage.

  • Sex Ruined Our Marriage Week

    A woman believes her marriage ended because of her husband's obsession with sex.

  • Kramer vs. Kramer

    She says he is verbally abusive and does not think he has to work to contribute to their family; he says she treats him like a dog and a hostage.

  • Sex Ruined Our Marriage Week

    A jealous man wants his wife to show him as much attention as she gives her dogs.

  • Beaufort vs. Beaufort

    She wants him to trust her and show his feelings and emotions more; he is tired of the constant arguing and lack of trust.

  • Sex Ruined Our Marriage Week

    A woman wants financial and fidelity security from her husband.

  • Hillaker vs. Amond

    Music brought a couple together and is tearing them apart.

  • Sex Ruined Our Marriage Week

    A woman throws out her overweight husband after accusing him of cheating.

  • Patterson vs. Jones

    She says when she was extremely ill, he emotionally checked out and showed no concern; he says their marriage deteriorated because she puts the children first.

  • Sex Ruined Our Marriage Week

    A part-time pastor wants his keyboard back from his flirtatious wife.

  • Burns vs. Burns

    She says he cheats, fails to communicate and has damaged her credit; he says he caught her online inviting herself to another man's house.

  • Before the Vows Week

    Before the Vows: She says he is incredibly jealous and has trust issues; he says he is afraid she will cheat on him like she did her ex-husband.

  • Hendrix vs. Hendrix

    He is done with the marriage and has already moved on to someone new; she says he never trusted her and could not support them financially.

    Thursday 23rd October 1:30pm EDT - WDCA (MyNetworkTV)
  • Before the Vows Week

    Before the Vows: She is not sure she can trust him because she found out he was married six months into their relationship; the judge conducts a compatibility test that has shocking results.

  • Bueford vs. Glenn

    She is unsure whether she should marry him, because he cheats, nags and does not work; he says she lies about her whereabouts and whom she is seeing.

  • Before the Vows Week

    Before the Vows: She says he is very vain and has a compulsion for pornography; he says she is a spoiled, indecisive princess.

  • Edwards vs. Higgs Jr.

    He has admitted to cheating in the past and was accused of fathering a child with another woman; he says she disappears all night and lies about her whereabouts.

  • Before the Vows Week

    Before the Vows: She thinks his love of karaoke is a cover-up for infidelity; he denies cheating and says she has unresolved issues from her previous two marriages.

  • Hughes vs. Bailey

    She has threatened that she will look for sex outside their relationship; he says she is a drama queen and tries to stir the pot because he might be too good to be true.

  • Before the Vows Week

    Before the Vows: She worries about her lack of a sex drive, his temper and her family's attitude toward him and their financial issues; he worries about her young age and thinks her attitude will change as she gets older.

  • Morris vs. Morris

    He says she spends all of his money, is very jealous and often accuses him of cheating with other women; she says she is tired of him leaving for two to three days at a time and is done with him.

  • Roper vs. Roper

    She says he is a sports junkie and she wants out of the marriage, which is the couple's third; he says she overreacts to everything.

  • Ryan vs. Ryan

    She says he is a compulsive liar and spent beyond his means; he says she has cheated on him multiple times.

  • Fleming vs. Fleming

    She wants to end the marriage -- the couple's second -- because he refuses to get a backbone; he says he's ready to leave the marriage to get some well-deserved peace.

  • Rose vs. Rose

    She says she needs to keep up with fashion trends because of her job and is tired of his thriftiness; he says that her spending habits cause them problems and that she is not supportive of his rap career.

  • Smith vs. Smith

    A couple who married quickly each say the other has changed for the worse.

    Thursday 30th October 1:00pm EDT - WDCA (MyNetworkTV)
  • Lynn Unleashed Week

    She says he is a workaholic who never gave her enough attention during their marriage.

  • Chamberlain vs. Chamberlain

    He says she is immature; she says he is extremely jealous and does not like her talking to anyone, and expects her to pay all of the bills with her own money.

  • Lynn Unleashed Week

    She says he is irresponsible, cannot keep a job and stole money from her; he says she neglects him and refuses to treat him like a man.

  • Darby vs. Darby

    She says he is a womanizer who cannot keep a steady job; he says she tries to act like his mother and spends too much time with him.

  • Lynn Unleashed Week

    She says he is not there for her and their children; he says she is too controlling and loud and needs to be domesticated.

  • Alston vs. Haskell II

    She wants him to be financially responsible and help with the children; he says she is lazy and bad-tempered.

  • Lynn Unleashed Week

    She left him for his best friend after Hurricane Katrina hit.

  • Brown vs. Marcelak

    She wants him to stop drinking, smoking marijuana and using porn, throw out his ex's keepsakes and get and keep a job; he says she is a shopaholic who has bad credit and she is pushing him to the altar too fast.

  • Lynn Unleashed Week

    She says he cheated on their wedding night and had a mistress throughout their marriage.

  • Anderson vs. Washington

    She says he cheats on her and is a deadbeat dad; he says she gets violent when she does not get her way and recently tried to run over him with her truck.

  • Ransom vs. Smith

    She says things went from bad to worse after she agreed to have a three-way with her friend, and she suspects they are still carrying on behind her back; he says she has let herself go and is lazy around the house.

  • Stewart vs. Carr

    He says he is a sex addict and she has a terrible attitude and mood swings; she says her heart has been broken so many times that she just wants out of the marriage.

  • Hughes vs. Hughes

    He says he is a pimp and she does not know how to be a wife; she says she is done with his cheating sprees and temper tantrums.

  • Harvey vs. Drake

    She says he is old, grumpy, controlling and insecure; he says he does not trust her, because she cheated on him before they were married.

  • Scott vs. Brooks

    She wants to know if her fiance has another woman or if he has just lost interest in her; he says he wants his space and plans on telling her for the first time, with Judge Lynn's help, that he does not want to marry her.

  • Coleman vs. Coleman

    She says he makes derogatory comments about her race; he says being married feels like he has been kidnapped.

  • Brown vs. Phelia

    She says he has eight children with six baby-mamas; he says she recycles her wigs and he has never seen her real hair.

  • Tafoya vs. Tafoya

    She says he took a sledgehammer to her car; he says he is tired of feeling like a maid and having no sex life.

  • McCullough vs. McCullough

    She says he spends less and less time at home with her and the children; he says he stays out because he is tired of the constant arguing.

  • Martinez Ramos vs. Sarvis

    She found condoms in his luggage and text messages from other people, one of whom was buying him gifts, so she decided to cheat too.

  • Davis vs. Baray

    She has anger issues and is a sex addict who trashed his studio because he went out with friends; he feels unappreciated.

  • Shaw vs. Shaw

    She gave him permission to cheat if he would use protection, but he got someone pregnant anyway; he accuses her of cheating too.

  • Block vs. Hickman

    She says she is tired of feeling like a single parent, because she works, cares for their child and provides for the family, while he spends all of his earnings on partying; he says she should get a better job.

  • Rogers vs. Rogers

    Three people involved in a polyamory marital relationship feud over sex, work and finances.

    Thursday 23rd October 1:00pm EDT - WDCA (MyNetworkTV)
  • Rutledge vs. Murray

    She says he cheated on their wedding night and had a baby outside their marriage; he says she is ungrateful and disrespectful.

  • Scott vs. Scott Sr.

    She says he has had several children with other women during their marriage; he says she likes to act like she is single and tries to keep their daughter away from him.

  • Moore vs. Moore

    She says his sibling rivalry ended their marriage; he says that since her miscarriage she treats his daughter like the enemy.

  • Panteliodis vs. Morris

    She is ready to call off their engagement because she is tired of not being able to fulfill his sexual fetishes; he takes out his anger on their animals.

  • Lawton vs. Bryant

    He is young enough to be her son and throws temper tantrums when he does not get his own way.

  • Suarez vs. Davidson

    He says she drove him into the arms of another woman and feels that the trust and respect are gone from their marriage.

  • Sanchez vs. Sanchez

    She wants him to have his vasectomy reversed so that they can have a child; he says she is being mean.

  • Knight vs. Knight

    She says he is a compulsive liar, does not have a steady job, does not contribute toward the household bills, and may be cheating on her; he says she thinks she is better than he is.

    Monday 27th October 1:00pm EDT - WDCA (MyNetworkTV)
  • Thomas vs. Manigault

    She says he is selfish and wastes their money on drugs; he says she has seemed disinterested in him since their youngest child was born.

  • Pulido Jr. vs. Gonzalez

    She thinks he is keeping a secret from her and has called in a psychic to help her find out what it is.

  • Hainer vs. Hainer

    A Mormon who married a porn star says his wife has been with more than 150 men; she says she has been sexually unfulfilled for the past 14 years.

    Tuesday 28th October 1:30pm EDT - WDCA (MyNetworkTV)
  • McDuffey vs. Samuel

    She says she is sick of being the breadwinner and putting up with his laziness and bad attitude; he says she flirted with the handymen and the cable guy in front of him.

  • Mizell vs. Mizell

    Travis feels that his high-school sweetheart may have married him only to get out from under her parents' roof.

  • Shipman vs. Shipman

    A couple who met at a fast-food drive-thru feud over cheating, controlling, lying and female 'friends' on his part.

  • Miller vs. Lepe

    Leilani is paying all the bills, which humiliates Gilbert, who says she controls everything in their lives.

    Friday 31st October 1:30pm EDT - WDCA (MyNetworkTV)
  • Gonzalez vs. Aguayo

    Pablo claims that his wife, Stephanie, can't trust him and refuses to forgive him for cheating.

  • Henry vs. Henry

    Arnester is out of chances with his wife, Maria, but claims she's nothing but a spoiled woman.

  • Marlowe vs. Roquemore

    Dawn claims she didn't know any better when she rushed into a marriage with Rudy.

  • Carmon vs. Carmon

    She says he cheats and lies about everything; he says her insecurities are out of control and he is tired of her materialistic, unappreciative ways.

  • Dunn vs. Dunn

    A mother of four says her husband wants to have sex every day, even when she is not in the mood; he says he cannot trust her, because he has caught her in lies in the past, and she may still be sleeping with one of her exes.

  • Richardson vs. Richardson

    A couple who met at the unemployment office feud over his controlling ways and her ingratitude, sneaky behavior and drinking.

  • Green vs. Green

    He says she still throws it in his face that he did not get a divorce from his first wife quickly enough; she says he gambled the rent money away.

  • Johnson vs. Hillery

    She says he has not worked in three years and is even lazy in the bedroom; he says she stays out until the early morning and does not call to check in, so he suspects she is cheating on him.

  • Fann vs. Fann III

    She says he cheated on her with his own stepsister; he says she took the children and moved to another state to live with another man.

    Friday 31st October 1:00pm EDT - WDCA (MyNetworkTV)
  • Haney vs. Hansen

    She says he is obsessed with phone-sex operators and got caught hooking up with his ex in the freezer at his job; he says she has a spending problem, got them evicted and is unable to hold a job.

  • Meddling In-Laws Week

    She claims he cheated; he admits cheating and says she was a bad wife.

  • Meddling In-Laws Week

    He claims his mother took his wife from him by becoming her best friend.

  • Evans vs. Girard

    She says he is negative, controlling and emotionally abusive; he is bored with their sex life.

    Thursday 30th October 1:30pm EDT - WDCA (MyNetworkTV)
  • Meddling In-Laws Week

    She claims his mother meddles in their marriage but he claims he is just very close to his mother.

  • Isome vs. Isome

    He says she cheats and lies about it; she says he is insecure because of an affair she had three years ago.

  • Meddling In-Laws Week

    She claims he drove a wedge between her and her mother.

  • Meddling In-Laws Week

    She claims he called her names and made fun of her the entire time they were married and cheated just days after the ceremony.

  • Pinkerman vs. Pinkerman

    High-school sweethearts and drug dealers break up when he finds out she has been exchanging love letters with a prison inmate.

  • Hunter vs. Erwin

    He has nine other children from several previous relationships; she says he also fathered a child with one of her family members.

  • Stewart vs. Flounory

    Wed only three months after meeting at a water park, she says his personality suddenly changed and she found nude photos of other women on his phone; he says she is overly jealous and controlling.

  • Simms vs. Howard-Brock

    He resents that he was not able to experience college life and realize his dreams of becoming a rapper, blaming her and their son for his unfulfilled desires; she says he is immature and often does not return home for days at a time.

  • Noyd vs. Jacobs

    He says she is disrespectful, possessive and controlling; she says she needs to change his childish ways.

  • Barry vs. Barry

    She says he constantly complains about their finances, even though he forced her to quit her job as a stripper, and she busted him with a secret cell phone; he says her drinking problems have led to violent fights.

  • Johnson vs. Cozart

    His family has a problem with their 25-year age difference; she says he is always out late, partying with young women.

  • Stern Gaba vs. Ramirez

    Donna is sick of her much-younger husband's laziness, financial irresponsibility and tendency to disappear for days at a time; he says he hates her insecurity, gambling and temper; each suspect the other of cheating.

  • Anderson vs. Edwards

    Married two weeks after they met, a couple find their 19-year age difference a problem; he says he has never met her family and she disappears for days on end; she says he is too controlling.

  • Freeman-Barber vs. Barber

    She says he has fathered two more children with his baby-mama during their marriage; he says he discovered she had men's numbers saved as women's names in her phone.

  • Anderson vs. Guichard

    Reunited 25 years after they first dated, she learns he cannot keep a job for more than a month, and he says she has a big mouth and never shuts up.

  • Hodges vs. Minix Jr.

    She says he told her he was homeless and asked her to marry him, over the phone; he says she trapped him into getting married.

  • Booth vs. Booth

    She says he is controlling and verbally abusive; he says he married her to have a baby, not knowing she had had her tubes tied.

  • Brolliar vs. Pellor

    She says he exchanges private photos with strangers online; he says she is insecure.

  • Palmer vs. Banks

    He says when he found out his 27-year-old girlfriend was only 16, he told her he did not want to see her anymore, but she moved out of her mother's house into his and married him.

  • Sherod vs. Robbins

    She says he disciplines her son with an authoritative voice; he says her family does not give him respect.

  • Benny vs. Benny

    He is an alcoholic and says she needs to admit to her own drinking problem; she says he insults her, and she refuses to get couples counseling.

    Today at 1:00pm EDT - WDCA (MyNetworkTV)
  • Hamblin Jr. vs. Smith

    A returning guest wants to divorce his current wife because he does not trust her; she is tired of the constant arguing and disrespect.

  • Midkiff vs. Midkiff

    Since losing nearly 200 pounds, she loves to dress sexily, and he hates it.

    Tuesday 28th October 1:00pm EDT - WDCA (MyNetworkTV)
  • Johnson vs. Jackson

    Michael says he is ready for a divorce so that he can start a new life with his new fiancee; Ameshia says that since they were separated, she learned that he is the father of five more children by five different women.

  • Porter vs. Porter Jr.

    He says he is tired of her spoiled ways and excessive shopping habit; she says he tries to buy her affection instead of confronting their issues.

  • Logan vs. Harrison

    She says he has left multiple times and has stopped paying child support; he says she wants to live two separate lives, as a family woman and as a party girl.

  • Robinson vs. Carlson

    He says she is lazy and refuses to get up at night to feed their baby; she says he has been fired from two jobs for sexual harassment and her family has cut them off after he sexually harassed her relative.

    Wednesday 22nd October 1:00pm EDT - WDCA (MyNetworkTV)
  • Larose vs. Dressler

    A man and woman who are considering marriage don't know if they belong together; she is tired of his disappearing acts, and he says she isn't emotionally available to him.

  • Jennings vs. Manning

    A man and woman who entered a legal domestic partnership to take a step toward marriage now want out of the relationship.

  • Richardson vs. Richardson

    A couple who met at 17 and got married because she got pregnant want a divorce; she says she has reached her breaking point with his cheating while he says her bad attitude leaves him with no choice but to leave.

    Friday 24th October 1:00pm EDT - WDCA (MyNetworkTV)
  • Kearns vs. Nastasi-Wright

    A man wants his live-in partner to move out of their house, but she refuses to leave because she has been paying the household bills and splitting the costs of the renovations.

  • Lewis vs. Lewis

    A couple with a 2-year-old daughter seek a divorce after four years of marriage; she says she doesn't trust him, and he wishes his wife had a softer side.

  • Revis vs. Foster

    He says she is unappreciative; she says he is a womanizer who has a bad temper and says bad things about her to her family and friends.

  • Fendley vs. Fendley

    Returning guest Danny says Judge Lynn's three-step program helped him to change is ways and become more confident; his wife says his new-found confidence has made him an arrogant bully.

  • Sanders vs. Crowder

    She says he cheats, has anger issues and double standards; he says her ways make it hard to be with her.

  • Chapman vs. Chapman

    He says she falsely accused him of cheating and is rude to his family; she says they leave her home filthy and being married to him is like raising a child.

  • Sohn vs. McConnell

    She says she found another woman's earring under her pillow; he says she is too controlling.

  • Foucha vs. Rivers

    After only a year of marriage, she says he has a girlfriend on the side; he says she sits in the car and refuses to engage with his family whenever they go to family events.

  • Bertrand vs. Flores

    She admits to faking a pregnancy to keep him from leaving and says she did it because he always tries to make her jealous.

  • Divorce Idol Week

    She says he is a wannabe rapper who is irresponsible and a racist.

  • Caba vs. Alvarez

    He says that her family and her loyalty to them are tearing their relationship apart; she feels that she is stuck between him and her family.

  • Divorce Idol Week

    A woman says she finds groupies' phone numbers in the pockets of her rapper husband's pants; he says he accepts the phone numbers because he does not want to disappoint his fans.

  • Moreno vs. Broughton

    She says she is constantly embarrassed by his immaturity in public, especially when he drinks; he says she shops too much and has racked up credit-card bills.

  • Divorce Idol Week

    A woman says she cheated with a co-worker because her husband chose television over her.

  • Cassie vs. Cassie

    She thinks he married her only for a green card and is tired of him spending all of his free time on the Internet looking for other women; he says she scratches him and throws water in his face.

  • Copeland vs. Copeland

    He says she is bad-tempered, jealous and lazy; she says he is uncommunicative and controlling.

  • Russ vs. Lee

    Celebrity hairstylists say their crazy work schedules take too much time away from their relationship; he says she has gained weight, so he is no longer attracted to her.

  • Britton vs. Parker Jr.

    She says he is insecure, jealous, wasteful, boring and snoops around on dating websites; he says she has a big mouth and cannot be trusted.

  • Doyle vs. Doyle

    Joshua, who works seven days a week, wants Jonille to be a housewife, but she refuses to quit her job, saying that they would be unable to live on his income.

    Tomorrow at 1:00pm EDT - WDCA (MyNetworkTV)
  • Second Round Week

    She says he gave her a fake diamond necklace; he says he is tired of her rules.

  • Moss-Lee vs. Lee

    A woman who started dating her second husband while she was still married to her first now complains that he cheats on her; he says she is having an affair with a millionaire bishop.

  • Second Round Week

    She says he forbade her to drive his car, punished her when she disobeyed him and gave her a 25-word limit per conversation.

  • Hawkins vs. McNeill

    A couple who live together have major issues with each other and want to work on them before they move toward marriage.

    Monday 27th October 1:30pm EDT - WDCA (MyNetworkTV)
  • Second Round Week

    She says their reunion was short-lived because his mistress came between them.

  • Davis vs. Anthony

    She wishes he would stop playing video games and step into the real world; he says his trust in her is fading because of her recent bizarre behavior.

  • Second Round Week

    She says he does not approve of her sexy wardrobe and does not allow friends to visit her at home.

  • Caskey vs. Caskey

    She says she fears his controlling ways; he says she keeps the children away from him.

  • Second Round Week

    She says he keeps her from losing weight; he says he loves the way she looks.

  • Rivers-Gilbert vs. Gilbert

    She says he quit his job and rushed to marry her in order to get his hands on her inheritance; he says she abandoned him and never told her family they were married.

  • Cotton vs. Smith

    She says he waited until she was deeply in love with him before disclosing that he had 25 children; he says their marriage was an arrangement based on a lie.

    Friday 24th October 1:30pm EDT - WDCA (MyNetworkTV)
  • Mitchell vs. Mayweather

    She says she no longer wants to go to swingers' clubs; he says he sleeps on the couch while she socializes with her ex-boyfriends online.

  • Bonee vs. Bonee

    A divorced couple has second thoughts about getting back together.

  • Pinson vs. Pinson

    She says she is ready to walk away from his verbal assaults and aggressive behavior and to live as a lesbian; he says she broke his traditional marital rules.

  • Prue vs. Forte

    She says his cheating creates major trust issues; he says her inability to listen is why he has yet to marry her, despite the fact that they have 3-year-old twins.

    Wednesday 29th October 1:30pm EDT - WDCA (MyNetworkTV)
  • Simmons vs. Simmons

    She says she does not trust him and he has not worked in a while; he says she is controlling and verbally abuses him.

  • Perez vs. Perez

    She says he cheated on her in the past and they constantly fight about everything; he says he cannot take her threats to leave him anymore.

  • Huff vs. Huery

    She says he is inconsiderate and always looks at other women; he says she is insecure and he is tired of all of the drama.

  • Brett vs. Apostolou

    She says she wants him to get a job, stop being so controlling and stop humiliating her; he says her family never liked him.

  • Fisher vs. Marshall

    She says he has become very insecure since she lost weight; he says she has become a big flirt since her weight loss.

  • Fernandez vs. Fernandez

    She says the daily tension in the house is affecting their children; he says he feels he has outgrown his wife.

  • Owens vs. Pearson

    She says she has issues of communication and parenting as well as sexual frustrations; he says she is lazy and spends too much money.

  • Chandler vs. Chandler

    A couple who wed after just two months of dating realize that they should have gotten to know each other better before tying the knot.

  • Razor vs. Lovett

    He says he has been to the emergency room more than 30 times in the past year for stress, headaches and stomachaches because of her; she says he refuses to work because of unfounded fears that she is cheating on him.

  • Shannon-French vs. Kemp

    She says she cannot trust him and they have financial issues; his issues are with their sex life, jealousy and disrespect.

  • Fendley vs. Fendley

    She says they lived a multimillion-dollar lifestyle until he was shot and nearly killed; he says she constantly reminds him how 'worthless' he has become.

  • Mitchell vs. Mitchell

    She says she is tired of his cheating and lying, and he has taken away her trust in men; he says she humiliates him in public.

  • Johnson vs. Jones

    He says she knew he was a jerk when they got married and he was just confused when he cheated on her.

  • Flowers vs. Jones

    Santana and Jay await his paternity test results.

  • Flowers vs. Jones

    She says he cheated on her and got both women pregnant at the same time; he says she was promiscuous as well, and he is not sure he is her baby's father.

  • Jaramillo vs. Long

    She says he is immature, unable to keep a job, and still married to his ex; he says he loves her and wants to be with her forever.

  • Hughes-Rembert vs. Rembert

    She says he is immature and unsupportive emotionally; he says her controlling and over-dramatic ways push him away.

  • Jordan vs. Telford

    She says she has issues with his not having a job and his inability to accept being divorced; he says he still loves her and their divorce is not working out.

  • Mason vs. Mason

    The wife of a formerly wealthy European basketball star says he voluntarily retired without consulting with her, and now they are unable to make ends meet; he says she is spoiled and never satisfied.

  • Reynolds vs. Hedrington

    She says he cheats, lies and makes her feel unloved; he says she has a bad attitude, and they struggle with parenting issues.

  • Perez vs. Perez

    She says he does not allow her to have a job or to hang out with her friends, nor does he take responsibility for their son; he says he is not 100 percent sure he is the child's father.

  • Lee vs. Graham

    She says their 20-year age difference and his low sex drive have taken a toll on their relationship; he says he feels like a prisoner in his own home.

  • Fischer vs. Fischer

    She says they live in separate rooms and text each other to communicate, and he tells her he hates her every day; he says he is tired of her nagging and insists they have nothing in common.

  • Allen vs. Allen

    She says she is sick of being controlled and suspects him of cheating; he says she stays out all night, partying with her friends.

  • Colvin vs. Colvin

    Sarah and Charles continue to debate who caused the demise of their marriage.

  • Colvin vs. Colvin

    She says he made drugs and infidelity his priorities over his marriage and family; he says she was jealous and controlling, and he could never communicate with her.

  • Maxwell vs. Cannon

    A man says his 18-year-old girlfriend flirts with other men, does not clean up, and makes him bear the entire financial burden; she says he is controlling, judgmental and treats her like a child.

  • Newman vs. Porter

    She says he allowed his mother to interfere and destroy their marriage; he says he feels underappreciated at home and calls his wife money-hungry.

  • Simmons vs. Andrews

    A 32-year-old woman and her 18-year-old boyfriend call each other controlling and overbearing, and he says she acts like his mother.

  • Choudary vs. Ataiwi

    She says they were each living off their parents before they married, and he is immature and selfish; he says her nagging and OCD exhaust him, and he does not want children.

  • Glover vs. Neal

    He says she trapped him into the relationship by making him have three children with her; she says he lies, cheats and is a deadbeat father.

  • Control Freak Week

    She says he is too controlling; he says his needs come before hers.

  • Thomas vs. Thomas

    A couple with a combined total of 12 children are suspicious of each other's behavior.

  • Jones vs. Jones

    Isnore and Michael want to go their separate ways.

  • Control Freak Week

    She says he is too controlling and unreasonable; he says it is either his way or no way.

  • MacKey vs. Richard

    A couple who were set to be married accuses each other of being unfaithful.

  • Control Freak Week

    She says he is a lying cheat and a control freak who treated her like a servant and drained her bank account.

  • Greenwade vs. Chapman

    Kia claims her husband Jeff is lazy and he'll vanish for days at a time, while Jeff thinks she treats him like a child.

  • Control Freak Week

    She says he is a tyrant who monitors her phone calls and does not let her have friends over to their house.

  • Malone vs. Morrow

    Childhood friends Kenneth and Byna grew apart then reconnected, but things quickly fell apart.

  • McDonal vs. Pearson

    She says he is far behind in his child-support payments and never shows up to spend time with their children; he says she refuses to let him see them.

  • Gilbert-Davis vs. Gott

    She says he drinks, they have money issues and he is an MMA fighter who is teaching their preschooler to fight; he says she does not work or care for the home and spends hundreds of dollars on designer purses.

  • Greys vs. Chatman

    She says he is a habitual liar and a cheater; he says she is immature and jealous.

  • Coakley vs. Watts

    She says he has failed to provide for their family and has text messages from other women on his phone; he questions whether their son is his.

  • Perkins vs. Perkins

    She says he has gained so much weight that he has given up on finding a job; he says she has a terrible temper and acts like she is married to the TV set.

  • DNA Drama Week

    A man wants a DNA test to prove the paternity of a girl.

  • Davis vs. Davis

    She says he is a serial cheater and she is tired of dealing with his six 'baby mamas'; he says he feels like he is living with Inspector Gadget.

  • DNA Drama Week

    A man wants DNA tests to prove the paternity of three children.

  • Hardy vs. Hardy

    She says they shared a nice life together as swingers, but she is over him and the heartache he caused; he says she fell in love with another man.

  • DNA Drama Week

    A woman seeks to prove the paternity of her two children.

  • Jones vs. Jones

    She wants a divorce after only seven months of marriage because she is tired of him not appreciating her; he says she is a fat liar.

  • DNA Drama Week

    She wants DNA tests to prove he fathered their two children.

  • Duffey vs. Duffey

    They married 11 days after meeting each other at a traffic light; she says he cannot handle the fact that she successfully took over his business and is now his boss.

  • DNA Drama Week

    He says she was unfaithful, and he wants a paternity test to find out if he is the father of her 6-month-old son.

  • Clayton vs. Holley

    He says he let her and her teen move into his home after they met on a chat line; she says she never agreed to pay anything toward his rent and adds that he is a control freak.

  • Richardson vs. Richardson

    She says he drinks at least six days a week and sometimes disappears for days without calling; he says she is insecure and accuses him of being with another woman.

  • Benalcazar vs. Kubala

    He says he is tired of feeling like the dad instead of a partner; she says he wants to run the show and does not treat her like an equal.

  • Hyde vs. Harris

    She says he is a jobless alcoholic who favors his daughter over her; he says she is still married to another man, and she is driving his blood pressure through the roof.

  • Robinson vs. Robinson

    He says he can no longer stand being married to a diva; she says he is a hater because everyone knows her name and she is ready to party and enjoy the good life, with or without him.

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