A young man, once involved with an Irish gang in a tough New York City neighborhood, returns as an undercover cop. Exciting performances and script!
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.
In the film, a small group of Irish-American gangsters operating in the section of New York City, west of Times Square, known as Hell's Kitchen. When their territory is threatened by gentrification, the boss, Frankie Flannery (Ed Harris) tries to arrange an alliance with the Italian Mafia, their rivals.
Frankie welcomes back Terry Noonan (Sean Penn) to the neighborhood and into his organization after a long absence. Unknown to the gang, however, during his time away, Terry has become a police officer in Boston. He's been brought back to New York specifically to go undercover in his old neighborhood and bring down the Irish gangsters before they strike a deal with the Italian-Americans.
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.
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.
Dr. Drew confronts Leif Garrett regarding his near relapse. Jeremy London learns a painful secret that threatens to destroy his marriage.
Dr. Drew invites the addicts and their families to a lake house retreat to discuss the importance loved ones play in the recovery process and on an outing in Hollywood, Leif Garrett challenges authority and nearly relapses.
Reaching the half way point in treatment, the patients become aware of the damage drugs have done to their loved ones. Jason Davis and Jason Wahler scheme to escape the unit but their plans backfire and police are involved.
As the first week of treatment comes to an end, many of the patients’ withdrawal symptoms cause them to be agitated and hypersensitive toward one another. Bickering between Janice and Rachel comes to a head.
After Rachel's departure from treatment everyone urges her to return except for Janice, whose harsh judgement of Rachel isolates her from the group, and ultimately leads to a severe panic attack.
Jeremy London and his wife Melissa reunite while sober for the first time to discuss their son and Jason Davis comes to terms with some painful revelations about his past. Word leaks to the press that Rachel Utichel is in Rehab.
As the patients check in, Dr. Drew first lands them at the Pasadena Recovery Center, then meets with them individually to examine the role that their addictions play in their lives.
Dr. Drew's patients are just beginning the treatment process, and as many of them are life-long drug users, the physical effects of detox are severe for many of the addicts.
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