Dr. Drew On Call

Driven by current events, "Dr. Drew" on HLN focuses on the human - and human behavior - at the center of the story.

Tonight: More Bieber behaving badly

Tonight: More Bieber behaving badly

Dr. Drew calls Justin Bieber a 'brat' –says he showed his true colors on the videotaped deposition that was released yesterday.

Bieber’s attorney says America is contributing to the Canadian pop star’s troubles. We’ll hear from him and we’ve got more of the tape tonight, along with observations from The Behavior Bureau and Dr. Drew.

Lake/Canning

Teen suing parents: Sick or sad?

Rachel Canning, 18, is trying to sue her parents for kicking her out of the house and refusing to pay for the remainder of her education.

Mom and Dad say Rachel chose to leave because she didn't want to follow their rules.

Tonight: Teen vs. parents

Tonight: Teen vs. parents

Outrage is growing over the teen vs. parents case.

Who’s to blame in the case of a daughter who is suing her parents for money? Is she a spoiled brat who voluntarily left home? Or is she an abused child who was forced to go away? Dr. Drew and The Behavior Bureau are taking sides.

Tonight: Teen suing parents for support

Tonight: Teen suing parents for support

Did a teen run away from abusive parents?

Or did she voluntarily leave home as an act of rebellion? These are two key questions in the case of a teen who is suing for support from her parents. Each side makes some unfortunate claims about the relationship between the daughter and her parents. Dr. Drew and the Behavior Bureau will get into the details.

Tonight: He doesn't want to hear it

Tonight: He doesn't want to hear it

Oscar Pistorius covered his ears during graphic comments at his trial. He's charged with murdering his girlfriend.

Did he not want to hear it? Did it upset him? Was it a surprise? Is it a sign of denial? The Behavior Bureau has some answers to the questions everyone’s asking.

Tonight: Deadly mistake or murder?

Tonight: Deadly mistake or murder?

Dr. Drew and the Behavior Bureau will take on the first day of testimony in the Oscar Pistorius trial. What do they make of the “bloodcurdling” screams a witness says she heard?

The woman accused of killing her husband with a hammer is scheduled to testify this week in her murder trial. Can she say anything that would justify her actions, which she’s admitted to? Dr. Drew has an exclusive with the victim’s twin sister.

Tonight: Father dies in police custody

Tonight: Father dies in police custody

A father pinned to the ground by police dies and his wife captures the incident on her phone. We’ll hear from the wife about the night her husband died and what compelled her to take the video.

Plus: A mysterious polio-like illness has hit about two dozen children in California, causing paralysis. Is it spreading? Is there a cure? We’ll hear from families dealing with the illness, and Dr. Drew will tell parents what they need to know.

Tonight: Police brutality caught on video?

Tonight: Police brutality caught on video?

A father dies in an encounter with police and his wife captures the incident on her cellphone. It allegedly began as an argument between a mother and her daughter. But when police arrived, they pinned the father to ground. Soon after, he was dead. The family is claiming police brutality.

Plus: A young autistic child gets his head stuck in a classroom chair, but instead of helping the boy, his teacher takes out her phone and records his struggle to get free.

Tonight: Paulina Pinsky on eating disorders

Tonight: Paulina Pinsky on eating disorders

In her only interview with her father, Dr. Drew’s daughter Paulina will discuss her 7-year battle with anorexia and bulimia and why she decided to go public.

Then, we’ll have the latest on the Arizona woman accused of murdering her husband with a hammer -- and we will be joined by the victim’s family.

Tonight: Did wife murder husband with hammer?

Tonight: Did wife murder husband with hammer?

An Arizona woman is on trial for killing her husband by repeatedly hitting him in the head with a hammer as he slept. She claims the attack was self-defense – due to a pattern of physical and sexual abuse. Dr. Drew and the Behavior Bureau will have the latest on a trial that is eerily similar to Jodi Arias.

Plus: Police arrest a substitute teacher for allegedly showing up in the classroom drunk. Officers captured their encounter with her on camera – and you have to see the video to believe it!

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