Jeremy Kyle ruthlessly mocked a guest for accusing his stepdaughter of nicking their "best CDs."
Glen, who has had previous form on the show, returned to the stage with his partner Angie, who were accusing Angie’s daughter Patricia of stealing their "best CD collection."
Some of the favourites artists whose music which seemed to have gone astray included Dolly Parton, Daniel O’Donnell and Michael Bolton.
And, of course, this gave Jezza and his crew an idea about how to best tell their story – with the help of a little music.
Jeremy talked about the CDs with Glen
Glen was determined to find out where the CDs were
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First off, Jeremy invited one of the crew, Jonathan to the stage, as they felt they needed a special piece of music to welcome Glen on to the stage.
Jonathan got up the lyrics to the Dolly Parton classic 9 to 5, and the pair jumped up and down as they led a sing-along version of the song, to which the audience swayed and sang.
Later on, Jeremy spoke to Glen – whose stepdaughter had also accused him of sleeping with her, cheating on his wife – but enjoyed how fixated Glen seemed to be on the CDs.
Jezza noted: "I’m spending money on a lie detector for your Danny, Dolly and Michael Bolton?"
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When he asked why the CDs were special, Jeremy jumped into another sing-along moment – this time as he dramatically lip-synced to Michael’s How Am I Supposed to Live Without You.
The audience giggled and waved their hands in the air, before Patricia and Angie came out and the group started screaming.
Jeremy joked: "I love the fact we’re talking about your old man might have slept with your daughter, but the fact she might have nicked your CDs really annoys you."
In the end, it was proven that Patricia had not taken the CDs, but Glen still wanted to work out what had happened.
He was mystified by their obsession with the CDs
Angie shouted: "You’re the one who’s been listening to my best CDs, Tricia!"
Glen added: "I just want to know though, if you did take them, where did you put them?"
But Tricia just replied: "It shows how old you are that you still use a CD player.
"I’m not being funny, you can ask everyone, I’ve not got nothing to my name."
The mystery of the Dolly Parton continues.
The Jeremy Kyle Show airs weekdays at 9.25am on ITV.
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