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Dr. Phil's House Is For Sale, And The Pics Look 'Like NRA Lobbyists Dropped Acid'

The talk show host's $5.75 million home includes a wall of rifles and a staircase made of metal snakes.

People are really confused and slightly concerned by the decor in Dr. Phil’s mansion.

The “Dr. Phil” talk show host, whose full name is Phillip McGraw, has listed his Beverly Hills home for sale at $5.75 million. According to the real estate listing, the 6,170 square-foot home has five bedrooms and six bathrooms and sits on a half-acre lot.

“Private villa oasis just minutes to the Beverly Hills Hotel. Extremely rare long gated driveway leads you into stunningly manicured grounds including an outdoor kitchen, inviting backyard with pool/spa and cabana,” the property description says.

“The interior has been dramatically remodeled and updated with eclectic finishes that can be kept or transformed into your own vision.”

When images of the property made their way onto Twitter, commenters felt that “eclectic” may have been an understatement. The home has a staircase made of interwoven metallic snakes, a wall adorned with a display of high-powered rifles, edgy art and sculptures, and a bar one person described as inspired by “Indiana Jones: Temple of Doom.”

The Los Angeles Times reported that McGraw, 69, bought the house in 2007, and it’s currently used by his son Jordan McGraw.

Dr. Phil trended on Twitter as people struggled to make sense of what they were seeing.

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