The Dr. Bill Show
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Last week, psychologist Dr. Bill McDrawl had a guest on each of his Monday-Friday programs who has a difficult relationship affecting her life, with one show featuring a woman whose problem is "My husband is a bowling addict." Dr. Bill, with help from the studio audience, gave each woman, including Meg, his usual down-home advice on how to solve the problem. Given the clues below, can you solve the Logic Problem of last week's Dr. Bill Show lineup: the full name of the guest and her issue for each day Monday-Friday?

  1. The woman whose problem is "My daughter wants to be an exotic dancer" was on the program the day before Patsy, who was on the show the day before Ms. Williams.
  2. Both Ms. Lake and the woman whose "40-year-old son still lives at home" put Dr. Bill's advice to immediate use by speaking candidly to their problem-causers on the show.
  3. Helen, who isn't Ms. Williams, isn't the guest whose problem is "My boss is a tyrant."
  4. Ms. Springer was on the Dr. Bill Show the day before the woman who has difficulty dealing with "My mother has a 16-year-old boyfriend."
  5. Tess's appearance wasn't on Thursday's program.
  6. Ms. Povich was Dr. Bill's guest the day after the woman who lamented "My 40-year-old son still lives at home" and the day before Velma.
  7. Ms. Jones was on later in the week than the woman whose "boss is a tyrant."