Best Show Of All Times -- 4 -- THE JUDGE
It was taken off the air -- the best daytime court TV show in the history of time.
The Judge featured the best theme song ever, and a whole segment where he puts on his robe, leaves the house, and his wife waves.
He settles family cases. Maybe they're all fake, I dunno. All I know is that I was moved.
The Judge never ever comes down on the assistant, or the person who appears to be suffering the most from being in the courtroom. It's always the accuser who is turned out to be guilty.Take the legendary episode where the kids tried to bust their step-dad for mental abuse. You know what the step-dad did to these kids? He said his eyeballs were missing, and then put grapes on the floor next to their bed. When they woke up in the middle of the night to use the bathroom....
WE CRUSHED OUR DAD'S EYEBALLS!!!!
Well it turns out the kids were making all this up. They will have to go to boot camp. The step-dad...is the most grateful thing you've ever seen.
Then there was the legendary episode where a housewife tries to bust her maid because her child was dropped to the floor and had head injuries. That wasn't all. She also went so far as to say the child now had permanent brain damage. Not true. But she was trying to create as compelling of an argument against the maid as possible.
This poor maid is just flipping out. She might not only be responsible for this, but have to serve a punishment for this.
Well the Judge proves the wife to be the one who did it.
The maid is on the floor dropping and crying thank you thank you.
All in a day's work...for the Judge.
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