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  1. CrazyInAlabama

    My Lottery Dream Home

    $1.6 million winner, professional poker player moving to Vegas. This better be a bunch of fabulous homes. The husband is funny, and the wife is a hoot. Why is David wearing his pajamas to show the first house? The first house needs a ton of work. and it's right next to the highway. I didn't like the backyard. The second house. Tony the Ant Spilotro? They used to separate family, and business so it's very logical it was the family home. $500k worth of jewels hidden? That house is not really high end is it? It's very dated, but the pool is fabulous. The third house. I like the front entrance. I love the second floor bedrooms, with that huge balcony. The backyard is spectacular, and perfect for the couple. I can't believe they picked the first house, right next to the highway, and on a corner. Of course, they "bought the furniture" with it. I hope they fix the yard up a lot, because it needs work, and the wall removal with an island will be great for the kitchen.
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    S07.E08: Maja's Story

    She can easily fly to Serbia. They just need to strap a La-Z-Girl in the cargo hold, put a huge fridge of sugary drinks, and her favorite foods (Sushi, Pizza, and whatever else she eats when she gets hangry), and she'll be fine, then just send her down the luggage conveyor, chair and all. Maybe I should try that next time I fly, no waiting at baggage claim that way. This extra scene of the tension between them better be juicy. Or else I stayed up late for nothing. That wasn't thrilling. Except I love it when she was supposed to lose a lot, but instead gained 5 lbs.
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    S07.E07: Brandon's Story

    Fortunately, they may not have shown Tayler or Taylor or however she spells it saying she didn't want to move to Houston, but they did show the huge drama when her Mom and whoever else went with her were wailing pathetically.
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    S07.E08: Maja's Story

    I love that someone on here pages ago said that they bet after her hissy fit at the rental desk that she probably got a huge discount on the rental. I bet she got that huge SUV for a super bargain price after her wailing, and talking about falling. Note to future poundticipants, when you cry, the occasional tear should actually be visible. Good grief! I picked up using the word HUGE for everything. Did any of the popups say why Christian doesn't drive?
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    Miscellaneous Celebrity News

    Tori's husband, Dean whatever his name is, used to be the cute young studly lead, unfortunately he's not the new thing, and not all that young any longer. He might have been an adequate actor, but he's certainly not leading man material these days. he better get a Plan B, unfortunately it's probably getting supported by his mother in law for the rest of his life.
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    S07.E08: Maja's Story

    I think the camera crew hates Maja too. When they had the pop up just now it said "Maja is a HUGE movie fan", and listed the genres she likes. I thought Christian was kind of a douche until I saw the constant abuse he was subjected too. The fight at the doctor's office was horrible, and I can't believe that he stayed with her for so long, and even moved in together. They're showing the airport car rental scene 'fall' again, and the car was a Hyundai, which is the same as a Kia, which she also owns. Maybe putting the seat back would have been a good way to fit in the driver's seat too? The pop up right before that said that she refused to leave all of her family photos at home even for this short trip to Houston. Maybe leaving those at home would have made traveling easier? I can't wait for the big fight to see what pop ups they have then. I can only imagine the father trapped in the car with Maja whining the entire 3 hour trip to his house, and back. Six hours of her whining would make me want to 'accidentally' leave her behind at a rest stop. I bet she was absolutely hateful to the second wife, and little kids too. Considering her rotten attitude, and yelling, if I was the second wife I would have told the husband she wasn't coming to my house either.
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    All Episodes Talk: All Rise

    I really wonder about the trip home from court also, and I hope they didn't take the same car to the airport, or someone probably had to Uber home. I love the part where not only did the witness describe everything perfectly, but she recognized the defendant, and got his license number too. What irritated me about the warrant/dog attack case is that the man's government job is serving warrants. He's not going door to door selling Avon, he's serving official documents. I also was ticked that JJ overlooked the statement that the dog didn't have rabies shots until after it bit the plaintiff. I wonder what the defendant is protecting in his house with his nine or ten dogs guarding his house? I love that the city or county has an ordnance saying the dogs have to be in kennel runs, not on chains.
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    True Tori

    Or Candy has credit cards on her account with Tori's name on it, but the bills go to Candy.
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    Mama June: From Not To Hot

    They just showed an ad on WE tv, for Mama June, and it blames everything on Geno (or whatever his name is), and implies that she's devastated. I guess getting caught with a crack pipe in your jogging suit pocket is pretty devastating, since it's a felony. I guess we know the weight loss secret now. OK, I was watching the Bridezilla rerun. The daughter thanking everyone for their support is so unbelievable, and such bad acting. And the WE TV statement, about we are monitoring the situation is so silly too. How much did June gain back? And poor Pumpkin in that wedding dress unfortunately resembled a Pumpkin. That's so sad in someone so young. And Alana is sadly going to out gain all of them. What are they planning, a family crossover to My 600 Lb Life?
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    Family By The Ton

    I think that was a summer weight suit, for church and other events in warmer weather. I bet he has a darker one, for cooler weather.
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    S07.E08: Maja's Story

    I can imagine that Maja could fit into some brands of cars better than others, but I call bull on her 'fall' out of that car. It's a strong second place on fake falls to Steven Assanti and his golf cart flop. I wonder if the supersized will have interesting information, or just filler the way they usually seem to have.
  12. The biggest attraction to applying for the show is that you skip the waiting list for Dr. Now's services. That's another reason why many of the follow up appointments are late in the day, and the ones with an empty waiting room, or when they leave it's after dark. They apparently have the show patients after hours, for filming.
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    All Episodes Talk: All Rise

    3 p.m. reruns (lucky I remember these, since my cable just came back on)- When Bed Bugs Bite!-Deadbeat tenant claims she didn't pay because there were bed bugs, and all kinds of other issues. Red Cross paid her security deposit. (I didn't know they did that). Landlady had pest control in to look for bed bugs. Defendant man claims he slipped and broke the kitchen stove, and other damages were done by evil elves I guess. Landlady has before move in, and after move out pictures, at last someone who is a professional homeowner. I hope the landlady got a bundle, but got interrupted at the end. Dying Son, Deadbeat Dad?-Defendant being sued for airline ticket to see dying son, that he hadn't seen in over 20 years (dying son is in the plaintiff witness chair), and ex let him stay at her place. Plaintiff said he would pay what he could when he could. Son looks healthier than dad does. Defendant actually adopted son of ex-wife when son was 8, and they separated when the son was 14,. Father looks in worse shape than the son ever did. Plaintiff will get plane ticket $441, minus $50 from defendant, another one for $30=$361 to plaintiff. Pregnant Cow Cover-Up!?-Woman claims cow has tree growing in it's nasal cavity, fortunately, no pictures. Plaintiff purchased cow from defendant, cow was supposed to be pregnant. Plaintiff wanted to return cow, because it either wasn't pregnant, or lost the pregnancy (not uncommon in cows). The cow was a replacement for another cow that got pneumonia from a tree growing in her nasal cavity, or a polyp, and the old cow needed IV drugs, and would lose the calf, or have antibiotic pills, The first cow was going to be kept in agony until December, and then they would pull the calf, and then treat the cow. I freaking hate the plaintiff. After cow #1 was sick, plaintiff bought cow #2, supposed to be pregnant. Plus, cow #2 was supposed to be seven months pregnant, but vet saw the cow in October (one or two months after due date). Plaintiff agreed cow looked seven months pregnant. In August the cow bred with a bull, meaning she's not pregnant. Plaintiff is telling JJ all kinds of information she doesn't want to hear, from her many years of being a vet tech. Plaintiff called defendant five days after purchase, and wanted a refund. Vet didn't see the cow until two months later. Sorry, a vet visit would have been appropriate to detect pregnancy before woman bought the cow. Apparently the world's oldest vet tech didn't know a pregnant cow either. Plaintiff gets refund $1200, and she still wants food and board for cow for four months, and didn't get it. The Disappearing Tax Refund!-Ex-girlfriend is accused of spending a man's tax refund. Defendant ex-gf admits she had the deposit in her account. Plaintiff's tax refund went into defendant's bank account by the father who does the family tax refunds. The direct deposit went to the right accounts a few years in a row, when they lived together the first year, the next refund (after the plaintiff and defendant split up), father did the tax return and accidentally put the refund in the defendant's account. Defendant has lame excuses, but she kept a refund that wasn't hers. Plaintiff get $960 5 p.m. reruns- Alabama Crackheads Beware!-Defendant's pit bull bites Chief Warrant Officer (man who serves legal warrants near Mobile, AL) while he is serving a warrant. There were two other dogs chained, but couldn't get to plaintiff, and when he went in yard the other dog bit him. Defendant has eight dogs outside on chains, because of local crackheads, and claims the dogs are fine with his nine kids. Those look like pit crosses to me, not English Bulldogs. CWO McCullen (I think that's his name) says the dog didn't have rabies shots until the day after the bite. Sorry JJ, but process servers are supposed to serve the person, not just run away like a chicken. The city ordnance also says pits have to be penned, not on a chain. They went to court about the dog pen issue, and defendant was found guilty. Plaintiff says there are two more dogs, chained on the property, and not penned according to law. JJ didn't say anything about the rabies shots either. $ I think the plaintiff got some money but I was so ticked about the decision, I'm not sure what it was. Rib Bones Sicken Puppy!-Plaintiff claims the defendant gave puppy rib bones that made puppy sick. The Husky puppy required surgery, and wants $4k, for vet bills. Plaintiff told defendant to leave her dog alone, and defendant took the dog out of the room it was in, and the dog got into rib bones. Defendant later admitted why the dog was sick, and said the dog got into rib bones. However, idiot witness of plaintiff volunteers that he fed his brother's dog bones before. He also claims he saw the dog being near the rib bones. Idiot witness gave rib bones to his brother's dog, when defendant came outside with the plaintiff's dog, and dog grabbed the rib bone from the other dog. I suspect the witness is full of it. Plaintiff gets nothing. Random Vandalism or Hillary Clinton Attack?-This is the Austin area case, where the woman's Toyota Highlander was parked at the giant movie theater multiplex, and defendant scratched the daylights out of her car. There was a 6' plus scratch on one side, and a 2' scratch on the other side. There was curb on the passenger side, and the aisle was on the driver's side. The witness thought the defendant had locked his keys in his car, and she heard the loud scratching noise. The witness saw one of the scratches on the car, the man walked toward the theater, met a couple of people, and they walked back to the man's car, and got in. Witness wrote down the license plate number, and the police found him. The bizarre fact is the defendant didn't stay for the movie, but went to another theater instead. JJ has girlfriend of defendant wait outside. Plaintiff claims she never saw the defendant before, had no encounters, or parking issues with him. Plaintiff had a Hillary bumper sticker, and it is suspect that it may have been the motive for the attack on the car. Defendant claims he got the wrong theater, with a similar name, and the witness/girlfriend looked up the movie time and theater. Defendant girlfriend testifies that she didn't look up anything about the movie. She also says they've been at that specific multiplex half a dozen times. Defendant went and parked the car, at the end of the parking lot. They went to the other theater, bought tickets, and the theater was full, so they didn't see the movie. What a bunch of liars. Plaintiff gets $2,626.22 and JJ thanks the plaintiff's witness.
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    Miscellaneous Celebrity News

    I call bull pucky on what Olivia Jade said. She knows she didn't even try to study for her entrance exams, or else didn't even take them herself, and posed for phony pictures to be photo shopped for the crew team photo, and claimed to be on a crew team that she wasn't on. There is no way both daughters didn't know the fix was in for them.
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    S07.E11: Jeanne's Story

    I think Jeanne's mother felt guilty that she was raised without a father around. It doesn't make sense, but I've known several women who had deadbeat, or husbands that abandoned and left them and the kids, and the women still blamed themselves that the father left. It's not logical, but it happens. I think Jeanne gave her mother a guilt trip every time she opened her mouth. I really wonder if the mother was even asked about Jeanne talking to the father after so many years, and then he shows up and moves into the trailer, and stays for 10 years? Jeanne is a professional victim, nothing is her fault, and everyone picks on her.
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    S07.E12: Aaron's Story

    I wonder if the father thought the mother was spoiling the son, so he was extra hard on him. There were two situations with my extended family when I was growing up, both mothers had more than one daughter, but when the son was born they had him as a favorite, and everyone catered to the boys, and did everything for them for way too many years. Both boys were overweight, when others in the family weren't. Both boys had all kinds of issues relating to other kids, because they simply were little kids, not the same age as their peers emotionally, and developmentally. Lots of parents whacked with a belt, and some still do, because it's how they were raised. I personally think the strapping is a great way to have your kids fear, and hate you, but some think they're doing the right thing.
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    S07.E11: Jeanne's Story

    I cringed at the scene at Dr Now's office where he said Jeanne was infected again, and the mother was very close to having her abdominal skin rupture. So on the way out Miss Whiny Britches is doing her voice over of "Woe, is me." and "Dr Now just doesn't understand me". Then her mother, who was just told she was seconds from having her skin split, and her intestines pop out, hoists her daughter to her feet. Jeanne has beaten her mother down for so long, that her mother was endangering her own life to help her daughter. So they call for a welfare check on the dad, find out he's deceased, and Jeanne talks about how hard this is on her mother, and doesn't even say anything to her, or try to comfort her.
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    S07.E12: Aaron's Story

    Most gyms have at least one session with a trainer for beginners, and they make a plan for you so you get healthy, but don't get hurt doing it. Around here, most of the gyms have at least one free session with a personal trainer, but even the couple that don't usually have someone who is a regular, and very experienced with weights and working out, that will give gentle hints if they're wanted. When they showed Aaron doing the gym session, I was really hoping he wasn't going to hurt himself, and then quit the gym. You would think that a gym that is going to be on TV, would help the customer with some form hints.
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    Spoilers and Spoiler Speculation

    So who will turn out to be Jo's long lost daddy? I'm assuming the woman she met at the door was actually her mother, and not telling her that she covered up for someone else who had a baby. The worst I can imagine is it's Alex's wandering Daddy, or the woman doesn't know who the father is because it was rape by a stranger, or else incest. How sad there are all of these hideous possibilities. At least they're not creepy enough to have Jo turn out to be another half sister with Meredith's so-called father.
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    All Episodes Talk: All Rise

    3 p.m. reruns- Drinks, Baseball and a Bailout!-Defendant is accused on not paying ex-girlfriend plaintiff for a loan to buy a car, and claims they had a fight, and she put him out, so the subsequent DUI was her fault. Plaintiff put down payment on car for defendant, Defendant says plaintiff would only pay down payment, and other fees on car she approved of. $3300 for a Chrysler 300, defendant only had $2500, leaving $1800 from plaintiff. Couple broke up because plaintiff was a control freak, leading to his DUI, but claims he didn't drive. Plaintiff bailed out defendant after DUI. Plaintiff claims man paid various amounts, and kept no record of payments. $1500 for plaintiff. Sibling Squatter?-Plaintiffs (parents of five) rented a room to a relative (wife's sister), and claim he skipped out on the rent, and hoarded trash in their home. However, room wasn't rerented, by plaintiffs after this. Defendant brother ran into a bad patch, and rented room in sister's house. The defendant lived there for $400 a month, paid cash, lived there June to February. The house was a rental, and while plaintiff's were in Wyoming, brother, mother, and other relatives lived there, didn't pay utilities, or rent. Defendant claims the relatives were all current on utilities, but then admits they weren't. The next summer defendant didn't pay full rent after April. (defendant claims he paid entire house rent for plaintiffs for April). I'm officially confused. Then defendant moved out for two months, but plaintiffs dispute that, and claim the defendant invoked squatters rights. $800 for plaintiffs. Bet they have a fun family reunion, and Thanksgiving Dinner in that family. Headlock Truck Fight!-Defendant was buying truck from plaintiff, and plaintiff was buying another truck from defendant at the same time. They got in a fight, plaintiff supposedly attacked the defendant, and scratched his cornea Plaintiff claims he owed nothing to defendant, but defendant claims that's wrong. Plaintiff has medical records, since he won the fight, the defendant had no medical records. There was a police incident report, from when the defendant took the truck, and the supposed assault happened on 2 August, but medical records say treatment was at the end of July, before the assault happened. There are toll ticket fees on defendant's truck from July to August when he repo'd truck. I'm not only confused, I hate both of these fools. $1400 to plaintiff, $7.25 to defendant (next time bring proof you fool). Drive-Through of Shame!-Google eyed defendant is alleged to have hit the plaintiff's car, while the plaintiff's car was parked. Plaintiff thought the defendant was injured or dead, but apparently he always looks like he's in distress. Plaintiff says defendant (former friend), slammed into his car while it was parked. Early in the morning, the plaintiff's car was parked in his driveway, and there was a huge kaboom, with defendant in his car, draped over the steering wheel. I don't know what plaintiff does for a living, but I hope it's nothing requiring brains, because he's rather vacant. Defendant claims he wasn't driving that day, so I guess the plaintiff doesn't recognize someone he's related to (they have cousins in common, or something), and has known for years. The police caught the defendant's girlfriend driving the car shortly after, ratted out by his girlfriend (cousin of plaintiff). Defendant got citation for fleeing the scene of an accident, case was heard, and he plead guilty, but plaintiff claims they dropped the charges. Defendant had no insurance, what a shock. $5000 to plaintiff. 5 p.m., both episodes reruns- Kicked Back Home to Saudi Arabia?!-Defendant, the roommate of plaintiff for five years, is accused of selling the car belonging to the plaintiff, when plaintiff had to go home to Saudi Arabia. Defendant sent property to dump right before plaintiff came back. Car was sold by neighbor, and defendant claims he didn't do it. Witness of plaintiff talks about the car, and plaintiff gave defendant permission to sell the car, but defendant kept the money, $2,000 . Defendant claims buyer drove the car to the mechanic on flat tires. Defendant claims he took the money for the car for room rent for plaintiff, still owing $400. Plaintiff's witness needs to shut the heck up. Nobody gets anything. Wake Up! You're a Squatter!-Plaintiff was renting a room for $1100, the house changed owners, and they were told to move on July 30, to be out by 30 August. Plaintiff is suing the former tenant, who collected rent for the first owner. Plaintiff stopped paying, and is still in the house, and is litigating her move out with the house owner. Plaintiff's picture is on the dictionary entry under "Squatter". Another professional tenant, who knows that owners and landlords will be extorted to get them out without eviction, that the tenant will tie up in housing court forever. Plaintiff/squatter is trying to sue former manager/tenant for security deposit, when she hasn't paid rent for over six months at the time of the filming. Guess who is going to get zippo? Yes, squatter / plaintiff is extorting current owner to let her live there rent free until 31 December. Son Spits in Father's Face!-The most hateable jerk on this show in years, the son in this case. Plaintiff/son was staying in apartment financed by father, when ungrateful son got fired (he says quit, because his hours were cut) the father told him to leave. The rent was $200 a month. Plaintiff was complaining to the father, and told him he quit. Dad/defendant told son to get another job, or even several part time jobs. ( I love the dad's bow tie, and suspenders, but hate his beard). Plaintiff apparently has Tourette's. A fight resulted, the son spit in father's face while the police were escorting the defendant out, and off to jail. The defendant/father just got out of the hospital when everything happened, and son spit in his father's face. The plaintiff claims a huge TV he owned stayed behind, iPhone, speakers, 3 controllers for games, and other stuff. However the roommate, who is not in court, and was still in the apartment. Roommate of plaintiff still lives in the apartment. Counterclaim by defendant/father is damage to door from son trying to break in, and son, of course, says he doesn't know how the door broke. Door costs $319, plus labor, gets $400. Son / plaintiff was charged with assault for spitting in father's face when police were taking him out. Ex-Fiances Cut Their Losses!-Plaintiff suing ex-fiance for half cost of ring, car payments, insurance, and damages. They moved into an apartment together after high school, and lived there a little over a year. Defendant works as a bus aide for special needs students on the family bus business, and was fired. Defendant stopped paying for car because he got fired by the family business. Both cars, and insurance were in plaintiff's name. Plaintiff is told to sell the ring. Defendant admits he drove the cars, and then stopped paying bills when he quit the family business, and says he wasn't fired. Then he moved back in with Mommy, and I bet she was thrilled. Defendant claims the plaintiff forced him to buy the second car, and sell his truck he owned before that. Defendant says the plaintiff paid almost all of the bills, so he thinks he should have to pay more. Plaintiff gets $1190 for car, insurance, extra money for breaking lease, and apartment damages. (Tomorrow is the Chief Warrant Officer [serves warrants for the county, near Mobile AL as I recall] bitten by dogs while delivering summons. Some people on here suggested dog attacks like this are why you see delivery people punting or throwing packages from the truck door).
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    Miscellaneous Celebrity News

    Tori was also a cheater too. Didn't her parents spend a huge amount of money on her splashy wedding? Then she went to film a movie with Dean, and the rest is sordid history.
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    S07.E12: Aaron's Story

    He was on a liquid diet, but that included creamy canned soup, as a liquid. Others have used that method, and it's really bad for you, and some soups have things like High Fructose Corn Syrup added, which is horrible for you.
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    S07.E12: Aaron's Story LIVE CHAT

    If he wants a workout, he should walk into Carlsbad Caverns, it's a really long walk in, but everyone takes the elevator back up.
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    S07.E12: Aaron's Story LIVE CHAT

    I wish Daddy would get some dentures that fit, and keep that damned tongue in his mouth. I suspect that if there was bullying at school, it wasn't the other kids doing it. He was targeting his dad, and pretty much blaming him for everything that went wrong in his life. He can lose a lot more weight, but he needs to take responsibility for his issues, and stop whining.
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    S07.E12: Aaron's Story LIVE CHAT

    Oh, no! He's "overwhelmed" that's always a bad sign.
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