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Dr. Phil
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EpicLLOYD as Dr. Phil
Cameo information
Birth name Phillip Calvin McGraw
Nickname(s) Phil
Dr. Phil
Born September 1, 1950 (age 71)
Vinita, Oklahoma
Physical description
Hair Brown
Eyes Blue
Based on
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Appearance information
Appeared in Oprah Winfrey vs Ellen DeGeneres
During Ellen DeGeneres' first verse
Location(s) Blue circles

I think you better just leave her alone.
— Dr. Phil

Dr. Phil made a cameo appearance in Oprah Winfrey vs Ellen DeGeneres. He was portrayed by EpicLLOYD and voiced by Nice Peter

Information on the cameo

Dr. Phillip Calvin "Phil" McGraw, M.D., better known simply as Dr. Phil, was born on September 1st, 1950, in Vinita, Oklahoma. He is an American television personality, author, psychologist, and talk show host.

Dr. Phil first gained celebrity status with his appearances on The Oprah Winfrey Show in the late 1990s, after he helped Oprah Winfrey win a lawsuit. She was so impressed that she invited him to be a regular on her show. His no-nonsense approach to counseling troubled guests on Oprah parlayed into his own talk show program, Dr. Phil, in 2002. To this day, his program remains a staple of American midday talk lineups. Dr. Phil is also the co-writer for the legal drama Bull, based on his life as a jury analyst prior to fame.

While successful, Dr. Phil's approach to psychology has drawn some criticism; his methods and advice labeled simplistic and ineffective. He has countered this with stating he "never liked one-on-one counseling". 

Appearance in the rap battle

Dr. Phil enters during Ellen DeGeneres' first verse. After DeGeneres' line, "I got the skill to make Doctor Phil say," he appears to tell his colleague, Oprah Winfrey, "I think you better just leave her alone."


  • A battle between Dr. Phil and Sigmund Freud has been planned and scrapped multiple times over the years:
    • Nice Peter mentioned it when asked about battles that were never finished in a video with Smosh Games.[1]
    • It was originally intended to be the 30th episode of Epic Rap Battles of History, but this eventually became Nikola Tesla vs Thomas Edison.
    • This battle was also planned at an undisclosed point in the first half of Season 4, but was once again scrapped.
    • This makes him the first confirmed scrapped character to return as a cameo afterwards.
    • Ultimately, Freud would end up battling Mother Teresa.
  • He is the fourth speaking cameo to fill in a rhyme, after the DalekJimmy Olsen, and Janine Melnitz.
  • He is the second cameo to have two different people acting and speaking for them, after Jimmy Olsen.
  • He is the fourth talk show host to appear, after Bill O'Reilly, Ellen DeGeneres, and Oprah Winfrey.