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  1. All Episodes Talk: All Rise

    Well, if you're anywhere near Phoenix, come on over to my house!.
  2. All Episodes Talk: All Rise

    I confess . . . I've saved it, too. I feel so sorry for the granddaughter. My mother was the "Patricia Bean" of our neighborhood, and it was very difficult for me to make friends because NO ONE on our street wanted anything to do with me because of her. When PB said in the halterview that the plaintiff was always running out to see what was going on whenever an ambulance pulled into their street, I half expected her to complain that her neck issues were caused by how often the plaintiff knocked her out of the way to get to the ambulance first. PB looks like a "lookey-loo" to me.
  3. All Episodes Talk: All Rise

    Thanks for the heads up! It will be on here at noon today. Can't wait to see it.
  4. S02.E07: Truth or Lie

    Okay . . . so you wipe your eyes with your bare fingers and find out that you ARE ruining your mascara. So you have running mascara, dirty fingers, and STILL no tissue. LOL.
  5. Don't forget Sally's "counselor" . . . just as bad. We watched this episode this morning. At the end, Mr. AZC commented that Charles needed to put on a dress if he was going to act like such a sissy. Yes, I did tell him that his comment was offensive to the woman in the room. He apologized. I thought it was interesting that Sally and her son were offered a stay at a place to help them deal intensively with their issues. Charles got a dietitian and a workout coach. Kind of tells you what Dr. Phil thinks about how serious Charles' "traumas" are.
  6. This is a spoiler thread . . . if I understand the guidelines correctly, spoilery stuff is okay without being hidden here. A mod can correct me if I'm understanding incorrectly.
  7. Translation (I speak fluent Twitnamese): "When I go to Starbucks just for myself, I am unable to get out of my car and walk inside for my calorie-laden drink and massive cookies, so I use the drive-through. But when I had a fake job as an intern at a radio station, I totally perfectly waddled walked all the way across the street to get coffee for the people who pretended I worked for them." You're welcome.
  8. All Episodes Talk: All Rise

    I looked at Mr. AZC and said, "Should we make a bet as to how many laptops and tablets were in the car?"
  9. I clicked on the link. It's over 10 minutes long. Sorry . . . I'm too busy living my own life and doing my own morning routine to care 10 minutes' worth about anyone else's. Unless it's Hugh Jackman. Then I want 24 hours, every day. LOL.
  10. Pretty much like everyone else in her life.
  11. S02.E07: Truth or Lie

    East Valley resident here. I feel your pain.
  12. We used to volunteer at a food bank . . . there was an industrial scale there so they could weigh pallets of donations as they came in. Not that Twit would go anywhere she was expected to do anything for free . . . like volunteer.
  13. S02.E07: Truth or Lie

    Darcey seems to specialize in mismatched relationships.
  14. Some car lots build the cost of repossession into the price of the car to begin with, as they are dealing with people for whom repo is a way of life. But, yes, if there were a deficiency in what was owed vs the depreciated value of the car, the plaintiff could have been held responsible for that. But (if I remember correctly), she was not asking to be reimbursed for that in court. So the judge didn't care. It sounds like the plaintiff's car insurance did pay off for the damage to the car and the wall, so all the plaintiff was suing for was the deductible, which was all she had to pay. Thank goodness there was no personal injury to an innocent bystander. HOWEVER, if the insurance company is watching this case, they will learn what they SHOULD have learned during their primary investigation. This WAS, in fact, fraud if the plaintiff told her insurance company that the defendant was just a friend who borrowed the car that day. In the now determine it was fraud, the insurance company can sue the plaintiff to get back whatever money they paid out for this accident, and the plaintiff will find herself without any car insurance from that company.
  15. It's not a flat-out fraud. The finance company doesn't care WHO is driving the car, as long as the person whose name is on the contract has good credit. All the finance company cares about are their monthly payments. Regarding insurance . . . when hubby and I worked in auto insurance, this is how it worked: If someone buys a car and provides the insurance, as long as the insurance company knows who is driving, it's all legal. But the other driver has to be named as a driver on the policy, and the application has to show the actual location where the car will be "garaged." Then the insurance rates will reflect the age, sex, and driving record of the primary driver. The fraud comes if they keep the insurance in the owner's name and address, and doesn't reflect that the car is primarily driven by someone else who doesn't live with them. (Which is usually the case in most of our courtroom TV shows.)