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    Hoarders

    No, he hoarded the entire house out, both floors, the garage and outbuildings, and so badly the ceiling joists cracked. Then he was living in the trailer. Now he'll move into the house behind the house, and it's structurally sound, and I hope has enough updates to be safe and secure for him, and that adorable little dog. Fortunately, they cleared some of the original house, because the second house doesn't have proper heat, and other utilities, so he moved back for the winter. I'm afraid he'll never get the back house fixed, and move there.
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    Home Town

    I loved the lady, and her friend. She picked a great house, and the Napiers did a dynamite job with it. I loved the porch rail, and screen door matching, and the interior staging was beautiful. I loved that they refurbished, and kept that great sink. The homeowner was so nice, and I loved the furniture that she had. The laundry chute was the bottom of the bathroom linen closet, and had a door on that side, but the laundry room side was open.
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    S06:09 Feat Socks NYC

    Yes, and was the Courage B daughter pregnant also? I really hoped someone would take a cattle prod to the Feats guy at the Community meeting. He was being very inappropriate with the information he wanted from the other companies. That's the due diligence information Marcus does, not what a prospective company partner should be doing to Marcus's companies.
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    All Episodes Talk: All Rise

    I think the cat owner (and it was her cat) is one of those deluded, passive-aggressive people who gives an entire neighborhood a reason to hate wandering animals. I love how the witness/neighbor claimed the cat had a collar and license, but the cat owner claimed she didn't own the cat.
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    Hoarders

    The hoarders from last week have been fighting the city for many years, so I'm betting it's looked that bad for years. and the daughter said she always remembers the house almost that bad. The adult stepson (or who ever he was) said he hadn't been in Andy and Becky's house for over 10 years, and it was always bad, but now it was much worse. This weeks man (Dale, I think) is stunningly deluded. Does he have a death wish? There is no way he will survive another winter in that cruddy trailer. 1:20 in, and the aerial shot looks almost as bad, unless they're recycling the overhead shots.
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    General True Crime Shows

    MacDonald went to the Fort Bragg hospital as I recall, no limits on stays there.
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    All Episodes Talk: All Rise

    Today's early reruns- Out of Control Pet!-Plaintiff's small dog was off leash when neighbor's dog attacked it, on the defendant's property. When the garage opened up, the defendant's dogs came out of their garage, and the plaintiff's small dog ran up to them, and was attacked. Defendant's photographed the plaintiff's new dog with son off leash in her driveway, and on her property after the attack. Defendant offered to pay half the vet bills, plaintiff said no, and sued. Defendant says the two dogs of the plaintiff are off leash constantly, and aren't even with anyone. Plaintiff gets nothing. Sideswiped in the Night-Plaintiff's car hit by defendant's car at 10 p.m., they heard the crash, and looked outside. They also heard a car screeching away, and the car was at defendant's house with matching damage. Defendant claims her car didn't hit anyone's car, so I guess the car damage fairy did it. The guess is one of the woman's sons or other relative took defendant's car out, hit the plaintiff's car, and scooted off. Defendant claims no one at her house drove the car, it wasn't insured, and she was falsely accused. Defendant has $5364 in damage, but the maximum in their jurisdiction is $3k, so they get $3,000. 10 Year Old Skater Vandal?!-Plaintiff claims neighbor's 10 year old son damaged her garage door with his skateboard, and when the woman came out of the house after hearing something hitting her garage door. The noised continued, the woman say the little boy, and his sister were at the end of the driveway with their skateboards. When the woman came out, the kids ran away, towards their house. Little boy admitted he did it, and they talked to the kid's mother about the damage. Both garage doors (they're side-by-side doors) had damage, and plaintiff claims the defendant said she knew someone who will fix the door. There is no photo of the door damage to the damaged door. When interviewed, the little boy lies about who hit the garage door. $248.97 to the plaintiff. Judge Judy's Exclusive Pez DIspenser Story!-This is the case of a person who wanted collectible Pez dispensers silver plated for a charity auction, and plaintiff wasn't satisfied with the work. Ebay was started so the founder's wife could buy and sell Pez dispensers. Plaintiff almost croaks when she tells JJ she can't even give them away, and JJ gives one to Byrd. Plaintiff also was paid $200 for the broken dispensers, and JJ gives her nothing else. $0 to plaintiff 5 pm show- Fight over Boyfriend Equals Baseball Bat Vandalism?!-Defendant and her mob of friends, terrorize a neighborhood, by breaking windows on plaintiff's house in dispute over a man they were both dating at some time. The plaintiff's hair is platinum, and defendant's is red, and their hair is so fried it looks like a bad wig on both. Plaintiff is accused of posting a video of defendant's boyfriend with another woman, and posted it. Plaintiff is disabled, for now at least. Defendant was recognized by plaintiff. Plaintiff only has one witness, because the other one is locked up. Plaintiff applied for protective order, and police report. Police report says no witnesses, but yet plaintiff claims two witnesses. Plaintiff admits she lied about no witnesses to the police. Plaintiff claims the defendant brought her mother on the rampage. There is a three year protective order against the defendant. Since the plaintiff was given a protective order for three years against the defendant, then she was found guilty of the attack. $905 to plaintiff for the windows. Married Military Teen Sues Cousin-Plaintiff suing defendant, because she moved several relatives into their apartment, turning it into a clown car. Two cousins, and the defendant's boyfriend moved into the same apartment, because defendant (military wife) gets housing allowance. The defendants didn't have money for security, and last month, but plaintiff did. Defendant needed emotional support, and moved in her mother and sister. Two months after move in the defendant moved her mother and baby in, her younger sister. Plaintiff had one bedroom, defendant and fiance lived in other bedroom, and mother and sister, and baby moved in, making six people in a two bedroom apartment. $1055 for plaintiff. Drone Under Attack Takes Fatal Dive!-Son borrowed a drone ($999.99) from Mommy, and a man with a frisbee (Disc Golf) nailed the drone, and killed it. Drone was hovering 15 ft. in the air, and the drone goes down. Plaintiff claims the drone dipped down in front of a bunch of the frisbees, and bye-bye drone. Defendant unfortunately said he would give the plaintiff some money. Plaintiff is partially responsible for the drone damage, because it was flying so low. $750 to the plaintiff. Mysterious Cat Attacks Shepherd Puppy!-Plaintiff claims defendant's cat attacked his dog, and he wants vet bills ($491). Defendant claims it's not her cat, but if the cat attacked it's feral and not under her control. Defendant claims she's never had an issue with neighbors over the cat, but there is a neighbor complaint that says she has. Plaintiff says he was walking his dog, cat attacked his dog, and when he arrived home he discovered the cat had injured the dog's eye. The plaintiff posted on Next Door with the description of the cat, the tags and collar, and someone answered. A neighbor of both people posted that the cat belonged to the defendant, and is named Max, and claims the cat is a menace. Plaintiff, Nancie Walsh, claims the neighbor has issues with her, not the cat. The neighbors also have issues with the two dogs the defendant owns, and walks. Defendant's witness is saying she knows all about the attack, saw it, but Max was on her front lawn, not attacking the man's dog. $491 to plaintiff. (Tomorrow the RBG hairdo is back)
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    S07.E08: Maja's Story

    Christian's demeanor in the doctor's office when she started screaming at him, and called her Mommy to scream and beg him to stay with Maja, was so sad. I hate to think of what happened off camera through their entire relationship, and how many times he's been demeaned, and blamed by Maja. I think her mother was terrified that Maja would quit the program, and move home. I can only imagine the hysteria back in Portland (she was from Portland I think), when Mom and Grandma realized that someone in the family would have to replace Christian if Maja ever qualified for surgery. I'm sure a short stay to help Maja after surgery would have turned into forever.
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    All Episodes Talk: All Rise

    My daily reruns- Troubled Teen, Fighting Fathers-This is the one with the not stepfather (never married the girl's mother, after 10 years living together) who keeps buying and giving phones to the truant daughter (how many days truant does a kid have to be to get expelled?) The dad, who the daughter went to live with, broke the phone, and the girl claimed that dad smashed it. The mother, and the live in boyfriend keep saying the girl wasn't allowed a phone as if it's a constitutional right to have a fancy phone. I totally dislike the mother, who didn't even know her kid was truant, and flunking tons of classes, and her live in boyfriend who thinks indulging kids, and ignoring misbehavior is his role. The father says the mother at one time gave him permission to have the girl live with him, and then filed custody interference charges against him for an illegal move, and claimed she didn't know he was moving, and taking the daughter with him. Every time the father expects school attendance, or rules followed, the girl runs back to Mom, and her boyfriend. Not quite stepdad, after girl gets phone taken away, buys her another one. Despite his lies, the Dad sent a text message to the step dad that the phone didn't work, and that he might want to take it off his cell plan. I think the other sentence in the text message about 'and I'm filing with her on my taxes" screwed up the mother's plans for a tax break on a daughter who didn't live with her all year. Plaintiffs get $0, and deserve less. Retaliation Fireworks?!-Plaintiff claims the next door neighbor defendant was shooting fireworks off near her house, and they were landing on her roof also. The plaintiff claims the troubles started when the defendant and his friend were going to bury a dog, and plaintiff called animal control, and said the dog wasn't dead yet. Defendant was shooting fireworks right to her house, they were landing on the roof, and when the fireworks were watered down, the roof leaked, causing water damage. Defendant claims he was much further away from her house. My personal suspicion is the defendant is full of it, and is harassing the plaintiff. The roof pictures do look like burns to me. It's time for a new roof anyway, plaintiff gets $250. Transgender Ex-convict Wardrobe Malfunction?! -Plaintiff is suing her soon to be ex-sister in law, because plaintiff bought $500 worth of clothes for the defendants boyfriend/husband who was just released from prison, but claims defendant was supposed to keep them until Father's Day. Supposedly the defendant's husband got arrested for domestic violence, defendant got a restraining order, and the man violated the restraining order and got arrested again. Brother didn't want the clothes, but the plaintiff wants them back, and the plaintiff is getting nothing. Don't Start at the Beginning!-Plaintiff claims Defendant owes her $1600-Exes sue each other, over unproven loan from plaintiff (ex girlfriend) to defendant (ex boy friend). I think plaintiff gets $800, but I was so bored I really didn't notice. New Episode- Two engaged women (because spelling ex-fiance or ex-fiancee isn't going to happen) signed a lease, defendant left, owes back rent, and her two cats. Defendant went on trip with other friends, when she returns, they decided that future marriage, and the continuing relationship wasn't going to happen. Plaintiff moved out for the last month, but paid August rent, defendant paid the entire month's rent (why is defendant not suing? and not the plaintiff?), September paid by defendant, and no one paid October (last month on lease). Plaintiff says money for August rent was a loan. Plaintiff gets $2730 for her half of damages to the apartment, and rent, and defendant owes landlord for the rest of the damages. Drugged and Beaten by Tijuana Police-Plaintiff, band member and record label owner, Defendant claims he was no show for band show because he was beaten and robbed by members of the Tijuana police. No medical records. Plaintiff suing for air fare, and losses. Plaintiff's band refused to go to next tour stop without the drummer. Plaintiff gets $3855. Cyclist Slammed by Car Door-Plaintiff was riding on the right side sidewalk (in the direction of traffic), and claims a car door hit him, while he was still riding on the sidewalk. The defendant's car turned left onto the street, next to the sidewalk, someone in the car opened a car door, and plaintiff was startled and swerved, and fell off his bike. Plaintiff is suing for medical bills, and pain and suffering. Plaintiff claims riding on the sidewalk is legal in his state, though as JJ said, very irritating, especially at high speed. The sidewalk was next to a school, and there were a lot of games going on that day. Plaintiff's Mommy is suing the driver and car owner, because they don't know who opened the door and scared her son. Case dismissed, and Mommy and son get zip, which they deserve. Rerun- Drug Bust and Jail Time!-Plaintiff bought a car from car dealer, (Damaged Cars . com) a 2007 BMW, that was sold to dealer after a wreck. Plaintiff failed to register it, then it was impounded when a friend was caught with drugs in it. As I recall, the drug bust was one of the biggest in the state. (5,000 bindles of coke). Since the car was impounded, the police called the registered owner, who was the defendant. Defendant paid fees, and picked up the car. $1480 was paid. Plaintiff is suing the defendant for car damage from impound, but plaintiff never registered it. Plaintiff was in prison for 90 days (starting 4 months after the car was bought), and there was a lien against the car by the dealer. Plaintiff claims she tried in September, and again October, that she tried to register the car. Damaged cars . com, and the next dealer, both claim it wasn't their issue. Plaintiff got the car back, and all of the fluids were empty (that is not a tow side effect). Poor plaintiff, everyone picks on her when she gets caught riding dirty. Nothing to the defendant's on their countersuit either. Roof Falls on Daughter's Head!?-Plaintiff (lady in Red top, and hair) Section 8 tenant suing for bad living conditions, roof leak, and ceiling fell on daughter's head. Plaintiff moved in July, first issue was October and it took months to find another apartment. The roofers gave her $100 to launder the clothes that were dirty. The leak damaged an electric guitar, Wii, tablet, cell phone, camera, and other expensive stuff (equaling $5k, as usual). Plaintiff claims her daughter was injured by falling roof materials. Landlord says he was never sent pictures of damages, etc. Plaintiff has no receipts, because burglars broke in, and stole a lot of things, including receipts apparently. Never heard of burglars stealing receipts. The apartment was so awful that plaintiff stayed there until her lease ran out, the month after the show was filmed. My guess is the landlord will never have another Section 8 tenant again. $300 cleaning fee for the plaintiff.
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    Buddy vs. Duff

    They should change this to a Beat Bobby Flay type of show, with Duff going against some other bakers, not a whiny man-baby like Buddy. That's was ridiculous to even show. I can't believe that they are continuing this show, with that kind of behavior. If that's how he acts on camera, then I wonder what he's like behind the scenes?
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    S06:E07 Snowdays NYC

    From the update article I read, at least one other location is being upgraded to the new design and inventory, and maybe the other outlets will be reopened too.
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    General True Crime Shows

    I will never believe anyone but Jeffrey MacDonald killed his wife, and those two little girls. The biggest convincing fact to me is the phony way he staged the pajama top, where the holes line up perfectly with the stab marks in the material, if you lay the top out neatly. The holes back and front match. I've always been amazed at how the Wayne Williams apologists think anyone white could have gone unnoticed in the neighborhoods where the abductions happened.
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    All Episodes Talk: Let's Talk About Dr. Phil, The Show

    I know this show scrapes the bottom of the barrel fairly often, but giving air time to Chris Watts' lies was very low, and vile. Then this Monday with his grieving former in-laws is going to be even worse. I'm surprised he's not going to have Watts' relatives on again, to say how he was driven to kill his wife and daughters.
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    S07.E08: Maja's Story

    I'm watching the rerun, and the 'fall' out of the car, and the crying without any tears ranks right up there with Steven Assanti's golf cart flop.
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    S05.E13: Ellison Eyewear

    I can believe this business isn't doing too well, since I keep seeing other optical companies advertise using the same materials, and are much cheaper.
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    S16.E14: The Tao of Macau

    I think Kelsey asked her Mom "Where's the baby?", because she was hoping her husband would appear next. I think all of the chefs had great relationships with their relatives who showed up. I guess the producers learned from having a previous season's chef estranged, soon to be ex-wife show up for a family show.
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    S06:09 Feat Socks NYC

    I'm not surprised that Everkin, and Ellison aren't doing well, and suspect that Feats would have been the same way if Marcus had invested in them. I looked at the Feats website, and couldn't figure out what I would be getting for my money, the sizing was difficult to find, and I finally gave up. I'm not going to a high priced sock dealer for something that I'm not sure I'll want.
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    S06.E04: Ben's Garden

    From what I saw on their website, the one location is open only a few hours, and mostly by appointment. The other ones are retail sites, and I bet the one location is where they build their products, do custom orders, and fulfill online orders.
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    Small Talk: Only 2 Ounces Of Commenting Allowed

    Keep an eye on Amazon, they often do really good deals on larger Instapots. If you put a few on a Wish List on their site, and check it occasionally, you can see price changes. Kohl's and other retailers have them cheap around holidays too.
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    The Closer

    Monday morning they're having the "Lover's Leap" episode where we find out who Pope was boinking this time, when the Homeland Security accountant dies. This is after Brenda had her female surgery, is supposed to take it easy, and gets the fireman to rappel her down the cliff.
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    All Episodes Talk: All Rise

    3 p.m. reruns- The classic case of two homeowners who 'hired' two people to move their entire household goods for them, something about a fence, and other work. The defendants claim the two people didn't work that much, stole their dog, and the defendants owed them. JJ's good heart was clear, because when the woman plaintiff told her about the man kicking the dog, and that they took the dog, she threw that part out, and the defendants lost on everything. They worked the two people over a few days moving their household, and it was clearly saving the defendants a lot of money. The funny part was when the plaintiffs claimed that the woman plaintiff texted, or told the defendants she would tell everyone what they were really like, and that the man would never work in that county again, JJ still gave the defendants nothing. I suspect that the defendants deserved what happened, and I'm glad the dog was rescued. A man lets a woman move into his spare bedroom, she doesn't pay rent most of the time, and borrowed money for e-cigarettes. Unfortunately, for the patients at the assisted living the defendant is working at, she got another job after she got 'let go' by Kohl's. Plaintiff gets $800 plus, or about that. His current tenant pays in advance for the room weekly too. Stepson/plaintiff suing stepdad over business issues, mostly over fight over mother. The plaintiff and his mother ran some kind of assisted living, or room-and-board houses. or something like that, for over the 20 years the man was married to the plaintiff's mom. Plaintiff claims the stepdad/defendant is using the business name that he's not entitled to . The defendant says the wife (poor woman had a stroke) used his photo with the business flyers, and they're not current. The defendant says the stepson and his sisters want the woman in assisted care, and the husband wants her at home, so he can supervise her care by professional care givers. I dislike the stepson, and his sisters, and think they just want control. The stepson and sisters are trying to get the mother taken away from the husband's guardianship, and be conservators. The defendant claims there have been constant oversight from Adult Protective Services, and the court, because of the adult children. $0 for everyone. Fast Girls, Late Rent-Plaintiff former stepdad suing stepson defendant for leaving a joint apartment, not paying the rent ($2700), and stepson took furniture with him. Stepson had argument with former Stepdad over conduct at the apartment, bringing women over, not paying rent. Stepson moves out, taking furniture he claims was his own, and not the stepdad. Of course, the biggest item in dispute is a big TV, and the bedroom set. Stepson didn't buy the furniture or TV but took it to where ever he lives not. THe stepson also skipped out on three months rent too. Defendant claims the TV was stolen, and so the Plaintiff gets $4025 for TV, furniture, and rent. New- Foster Cat Fail!-Plaintiff offered to foster a cat for a woman, for $100 a month, and defendant never visited the cat, no communication with cat owner for months. The defendant was in the motel with her dog for five and a half months, and eventually moved back into her damaged house. Plaintiff says she sent a demand letter in November, and got a return receipt back, and then filed small claims for the money owed. Defendant said she couldn't pay, and would pick the cat up and dump at the pound. Plaintiff still has the cat (fortunately for the cat). $250 to plaintiff, and she will keep the cat. 40th High School Reunion Disaster!-Plaintiff loaned money to classmate for 40th High School reunion, for costumes for the reunion, and for rent. Defendant paid half back a few months later. The most the plaintiff can get is $100, plus stuff to go as his date. It's the principle, is why the plaintiff is suing for the other $100. Plaintiff gets $100. Stolen Child Support-Plaintiff is suing the defendant for stolen child support money. I don't understand why the support case is in JJ's court. First the plaintiff claims the amount is $600 a month, but it's actually for about $370. I truly believe the worst mistake the defendant made, was having a baby with the plaintiff, and I feel sorry for the kid. I really wish the plaintiff had a neckline that wasn't so wide it's falling off, and exposing her bra straps. Plaintiff had some kind of child support card (a debit that had money deposited? maybe), and thinks the money has nothing to do with the defendant. As JJ explains, her court doesn't do child support, and the plaintiff had a chance to go to court, and appear or not, and plead her case in front of a judge, and that won't be changed. Plaintiff still calls it 'her' money, it's called child support, not Ho support. Nothing for the plaintiff. Rerun- Dove Release Runaround-This is the case of the plaintiff's dove release business (weddings, etc.) and she claims her cousin stole a bunch of her doves. Cousin defendant used to work for the plaintiff. Doves can fly up to 500 miles home. Cousin/defendant says doesn't have any doves. Plaintiff claims the defendant wasn't an real employee, but an independent contractor, but now it turns out the defendant was an employee, but the company/plaintiff never 1099'd her (big time violation, and no taxes withheld, or worker's comp). Defendant says she had some birds, and was training them. The defendant said she had nine birds, and all birds were stolen (let me guess who did that), a couple of months after the letter arrived from the plaintiff saying that all birds and equipment had to be returned. Case dismissed, because birds were stolen. Uber Driver Payback-Plaintiff is Uber driver, she wanted a car for the ride service, and she put down $1500, plus $300, and was supposed to make payments. Plaintiff still has the car, but stopped paying because the car is broken. Plaintiff claims she was forced to sign the agreement. Defendant is counter suing for a 2010 Ford Fiesta unpaid balance. Plaintiff claims the defendant was going to pay for all repairs, because defendant knew she was unemployed. (Can you drive a 2010 Fiesta for Uber). I hope Byrd takes the Fly Swatter of Death after the plaintiff, and her snotty attitude. $3700 to Defendant. Clueless Young Mother-Plaintiff gave $1000 for a car to clueless defendant. Plaintiff suing former friend for $1000 she gave the defendant for a car, and it turned out it couldn't be registered. Car was $1,000, no title produced, but there was a lien on the car. Defendant says lien paid off, but she doesn't know who paid the $400 or $500 owed on it. The car is sitting in front of her house. Plaintiff gets $1,000, and defendant is a fuzz brain.
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    The Closer

    "Blindsided" (the one where the reporters were in the back seat, and Brenda and Gabriel were driving them around, and the sniper shot the car up) was fantastic, but there were a few issues. When some SWAT team members are assigned to you, and living in your house, the blinds are kept closed. Wide open blinds, especially at night, allow for a clear shot, and easy monitoring of targets. However, I love the way Brenda's Mom weaseled the truth of the situation out of the SWAT guys.
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    S16.E14: The Tao of Macau

    I thought the Durian quickfire and the chef's comments were hysterical. I've really enjoyed seeing Macau, and the restaurants they've gone to. I can't wait for next week.
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    All Episodes Talk: All Rise

    Actually, they said he was stark naked. I'm just glad they didn't have a video. With his 5 or 6 arrests, and this last one, I'm betting the nekkid (as Jeff Foxworthy says, Naked means you're not wearing any clothes, and Nekkid means you're not wearing any clothes and you're up to something) druggie either has rich relatives, or politically connected relatives, to not get prison time for the attempted break ins after his previous record.
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    All Episodes Talk: All Rise

    New episode- High on Meth Home Invasion-Man with long history of drug abuse (claims he's clean and sober now) was high on Meth, crashed through the back slider door of the plaintiff's house, and he was naked. Apparently, the defendant broke more than one door, on more than one house. The police dragged him away. It costs 1780, and plus deductible ($2580 total) to replace the glass door, and frame, plus the defendant bled on their carpet too. $3,000 for the plaintiffs. Music Collaboration Battle!-Plaintiff suing for music rights, and unpaid rent on a music studio. After plaintiff took over the studio, he had lived in his van, and moved into the studio. Interesting pink dye job on the plaintiff. Defendant claims he titled the song in both names, but the copyright is only in the defendant's name. Even when JJ gets the defendant to amend the copyright in both names, the plaintiff is still upset. I seriously dislike the plaintiff, and can see why the defendant didn't like dealing with the plaintiff. Plaintiff now wants the defendant to be forced to perform the song with him for recording, and I think the plaintiff is going to throw a hissy fit any second. The copyright alteration is the end of the case, and the plaintiff is still a pain. Rerun- A Mother's Worst Nightmare-Defendant is being sued for charges on plaintiff's Home Depot card, after plaintiff's son passed away. Defendant claims the Home Depot charges were a gift. The defendant sent a text to the woman at 6 or 7 a.m. when he was shopping for a swamp cooler for his under the table, mostly cash business. They texted back and forth, and claims she let him use the Home Depot card for over $3,296, and later spent over $500 more in charges. The plaintiff cut the card off, but too late. There is a lot of strange stuff in this back story, and I suspect there's a lot that the plaintiff wants to stay hidden. I hope the IRS finds out what is going on with his mostly cash business. After the card was closed, the plaintiff claims the defendant filed false CPS charges against her, and the day care she operates. Plaintiff claims that the defendant wanted to date her, and she didn't want to date him. Defendant claims the plaintiff wanted him. It sounds like both sides need to grow up. Plaintiff gets $3296.
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