Daytime talk show host Maury Povich welcomes fellow daytime talker Steve Wilkos to the "Maury" set in an effort to help get some out-of-control teenage girls, whose lives are filled with sex and violence, back to normalcy. The mothers of these girls are at their wit's end and have turned to "Maury" for the help they so desperately need.The stories include a 15 year-old who beats up her special needs brother and sisters who say they have had sex in exchange for sneakers and hamburgers.After hearing these stories with the girls, their parents and Maury, fellow talk show host Steve Wilkos comes onstage and goes face-to-face with the girls and tells them how they are disrespecting themselves and their mothers.The teens find out that Maury and Steve have a surprise planned for them. Steve, a former Chicago police officer and Marine, is taking them to the Monmouth County Jail in New Jersey to show the girls where they are headed, unless they clean up their acts.While in jail, the girls meet actual female inmates who tell them how they are treated and what prison life is really like. The teens are also processed and fingerprinted, dressed in orange uniforms and then put behind bars.Will the girls be scared straight? The results will be shown at the end of the show.Both "The Steve Wilkos Show" and "Maury" are distributed by NBC Universal Domestic Television Distribution.“MAURY” is taped at NBC Universal’s studios in the heart of Midtown Manhattan. Paul Faulhaber is executive producer. John Pascarella is supervising producer.