The cast talks about living outdoors, not eating, the harsh conditions and yes, hygiene.
The cast talks about their reactions to seeing each other again for this season.
The cast tells us their thoughts on Jeff and how the show would change without him.
The cast reflects on their memorable moments from previous seasons.
The cast talks about strategy going into the new season and how they might play the game differently this time around.
Dr. Drew meets with Deanna to talk about going to sober living with the other patients and how her anger has affected the other patients.
Dr. Drew arranges for Michael to speak with his former taekwondo sensei who offer Michael support and words of advice.
Heather, Michael, and Jasmen give heartfelt and emotional thanks to Dr. Drew, his staff, and the other patients for helping with their recovery.
It's graduation day and Dr. Drew updates the patients on Drewbee's recovery. As the patients conclude their first stage of treatment, Erika thanks Dr. Drew for all of his help.
Eric thanks the staff and Dr. Drew while Ashleigh thanks Dr. Drew for helping her to realize the seriousness of her disease.
At the graduation ceremony, Dr. Drew asks each patient to stand up and confirm that they are committed to spending time in Sober Living.
The staff talk about their experiences working with Jasmen and Mike at graduation.
ust before he's to marry Fiona, Roderick Blank receives an anonymous e-mail with 101 names on it; Fiona's is the 29th, the first 28 are women Rod has slept with, and the 30th turns out to be the stripper at his bachelor party. The notion that he will have sex with 70 more people sends Rod into crisis mode, especially after three odd men in an aseptic office confirm that a celestial machine has made an error. They suggest destroying the list, but Rod finds that easier said than done. Working his way through it consumes him, plus he realizes that death may await him after #101. Meanwhile, a femme fatale nicknamed Death Nell is putting men into a coma. Are they fated to meet?
Roderick Blank's (Simon Baker of THE MENTALIST) life is turned upside down when he receives an email with the names of all the people he's had sex with in the past and will have sex with in the future. He becomes obsessed with the list, even falls in love with a woman not on the list. Things then take a fatal turn courtesy of a femme fatale. Death Nell (Winona Ryder) is a woman who enjoys near-fatal trysts with her love partners along with the intent of punishing all men she finds guilty of sex crimes against women.
The high-heeled high jinks begin when three falsely accused "frat brats" find themselves booted from their brotherhood. Short on cash and desperate, they use pancake, pantyhose, and "pluck" to pledge the ugly girl sorority. Life's a drag as they try to find their way back to fraternity life, and dressing the part puts them in hilarious hot water time and again. What's a boy, pretending to be a girl, to do after treating women so badly? Once in touch with their feminine side, our "girls" realize the error of their ways and make up for their mistakes.
Booted from their fraternity, three down-on-their luck college students try a new tactic: they dress as women and pledge the "ugly girl" sorority.
Dr. Drew and his head counselor Bob Forrest look back on season five and visit with former patients to see where they are now in their fight for sobriety.
The patients have one final process group where they discuss concerns about one another. Celebrity alumni from season four pay a visit to the Pasadena Recovery Center to share words of wisdom and encouragement.
As graduation approaches, Dr. Drew and his staff check in with the patients to discuss their aftercare plans and to help them make their home environments safe.
Amy and her husband Lou meet with Dr. Drew to discuss her adult film career, and Michael Lohan has an explosive argument with Kate Major that nearly gives him a heart attack, and almost gets him arrested.
Dr. Drew reunites the patients and their families at Pasadena City Hall to discuss the importance loved ones play in the recovery process.
The patients pay an emotional visit to a non-profit organization that provides treatment and hope to addicts who would otherwise be forgotten.
Steven Adler continues his relentless and abusive verbal attack on Amy Fisher for her refusal to identify as an addict. When he gives Dr. Drew the ultimatum “It’s either her or me!”, it appears Steven may abandon his treatment.
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New staff member Jennifer Gimenez from Sober House suffers an intense, emotional panic attack when she learns that former patient and nemesis Steven Adler will be checking in.
Dr. Drew reunites several of his celebrity rehab patients to find out what happened after they left treatment.
At the graduation ceremony, Dr. Drew speaks to everyone and their loved ones to congratulate them for successfully completing treatment.
As graduation approaches, Dr. Drew and his staff check in with the patients to discuss their aftercare plans and the patients pay an emotional visit to a family that has been destroyed by drugs.