Does Robin McGraw (Dr. Phil's wife) get on anyone else's nerves?
So I just finished watching Dr. Phil & it was all about how great & wonderful & perfect Robin is. She wrote a book & thought people would want to see a whole show about all the different houses she lived in, what highschool she went to, etc. She is a celebrity by default & not a real one at that. To me she just seems like a fake, face-lifted & botoxed, obviously collogen lipped rich, bragging wife of a celebrity. What do YOU think???
- LindsayLv 41 decade agoFavorite Answer
the same, she looks like her lips will fall to the floor and crawl away.
- 3 years ago
I have to say I feel bad but I am starting to feel the way as some of the other people. It's all about Robin, they say she's a very wonderful woman and she probably is. All I hear about is Robin, Robin, Robin. She is a celebrity by default. I know she's having work done to her face. It even looks like she's had cheek implants. I don't like it, it doesn't look natural. I agree they have enough money Shameless self-promotion is getting old it's the dr. Phil show I Love dr. Phil I want to love Robin so bad but there's just something I can't finger ,that bugs me about her. It's obvious that she loves all the attention and the spotlight it's too much she's been very blessed and it is a coming across that she's a braggart enough Robin go away enough.
- 5 years ago
Yes, she sure does get on my nerves, especially lately. You need to watch her on the Family Feud. Her sons look embarrassed by her. She was absolutely obnoxious. Everything she does is ultimately to promote her and her family. Seriously, they don't need to continue to pitch products all the time on Dr. Phil's show. Don't they have enough money. It has gotten out of control. They have started to sound like the most greedy family! I just watched an old episode from last year, I believe, where this young wife was feeling low about herself because of her rude husband disliking her for gaining weight after having three children. The young woman couldn't have been yet 30 even. I thought the Dr. Phil show was going to put the pretty lady on some weight loss program and offer her some other help. Instead, the show was only used to launch Robin's disgusting line of skincare for older women. First of all, this girl did not need all the older women creams. She was mainly concerned with not having time to take care of herself to lose weight with two kids and a job. This was truly disappointing. All they offered this girl was a shitty makeover with Robin's new products. That was the ultimate slap in her face and the viewers' faces. Also, I hate the fact that Robin lies about her face. She is really starting to overdo her plastic surgery on her face. It's starting to look really creepy! Her voice sounded odd on the show, too, like she had something in her mouth. I liked Robin until recently, but the way she puts herself above the world is really a turn off; she acts so pretentious!
- Anonymous4 years ago
Dr. Phil is a master at his craft. I hang on his every word as he uses brilliance, humor, logic and empathy to get to what is real. I respect his rock solid values and wish there were more of him in the world. I know he loves Robin, I'm happy for them and I'm sure she is a nice lady BUT I do not want to see her on the show. She comes across to me as really annoying and ditsy. She doesn't seem to get Dr. Phil's more complex sense of humor and it's embarrassing. I try to hit the delete button before I have to see him walk her out at the end of each show. It's annoying on its own but it's worse because Robin always has a giddy smile on her face, no matter how serious the topic was (like she's some kind of airhead). I don't tune in to see ROBIN ... and I am tired of Dr. Phil promoting the whole family's products over and over. Dr. Phil, What are you thinking?
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- 1 decade ago
I love Robin McGraw, she's great and seems like she would be a great person to talk to and to get advice from. I bet she's learned a lot from Phil and she also has the women point of view.
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- Anonymous6 years ago
Here is the deal with Robin. She uses The Dr. Phil show as her personal forum for showing off her latest outfit. And what is with this end of the show walk off that Dr. Phil does with her. It's as it he is saying "I've just worked hard, now I am going to pick up my woman and throw her on the back of my stead and gallop off into the sunset"....it's sickening! She needs to find her own identity, if she has one. If it weren't for Dr. Phil promoting her, no one would know who she is. It's bazaar! It's like he is the 'big analyzer' can't see the mental case he is living with as manifested by her obsession with her physical appearance (tucks, silicone and some sort of veneers) and her obsession with cloths. She tries, but simply cannot relate to the common woman.' Get a life Robin!
- 4 years ago
YES! If THE "Dr. Phil" show is ever back on the air, I will consider watching it again, but I have no interest in seeing, hearing, or watching Robin's expressions, walking off the show like she's a celebrity too, and certainly not hearing about her products, the foundation 'she' founded, 'her' books, 'Jay's' books, Jay's 'television shows', or Jordan's 'band'. It's the absolute and obvious ultimate in nepotism. I've watched talk and variety shows for 50 years and don't ever remember any talk show 'host' making his wife a part of his show. I'm sure she's special to him.. that's awesome... she's not special to me.
- Anonymous6 years ago
What I don't get is that Dr Phil always says how poor they were growing up and when they first got married. He was a doctor. How could they be that poor. Robin has never worked a day in her life. She has had it easy.
Also, I am tired of hearing all of the same catch phrases;
You got the tail wagging the dog
I don't ask myself why I ask why not
My son Jay and I wrote, created . . . . . .
My son owns Birdstreet books
Always blaming the parents for the kids drug problems
Always pitching another new book or cosmetics or charity that one of his family wrote or created
Dr Phil is one big infomercial.
- 3 years ago
I am also annoyed with the 'perfect Robin' illusion. She's too skinny, and her face looks hard. She also now seems to speak with her jaws shut. I was nauseated when she shouted "how do you like these DOUBLE-Ds now?" during her and his ice bucket challenge. When you look at much older photos of them, Robin is practically flat-chested, as are most moms who'd breastfed two children. I watch Dr. Phil because of the guests, not to watch a Revelation infomercial!
- 5 years ago
I think that if I were a guest on his show (which, coincidentally I would never agree too) and I said something that made "Rockin Robin" mad and Phil said "You don't want any part of that" and of course (on cue) the crowd would clap I would probably politely tell him that this is his show and out of respect for him I will not get into a confrontation with his wife because I could hurt her feelings and have her in tears in more ways than one, and in a hurry. So I would just ignore her. I would probably have some words for him for putting her in that situation to begin with. With that, I would probably be kicked off the show.