5 p.m. episodes, both new, and both have dog attacks. (I'm sorry, but JJ's new hairdo makes her ears look massive).
Fractured Jaw at the Rodeo!-Plaintiff, and defendants got into a drunken, stupid brawl, and plaintiff suffered a fractured jaw from two defendants hitting him. The defendant had earlier assaulted another person, and broke his nose. There are Xrays of the broken jaw. I think the main defendant has the dumbest male hairstyle in years, it looks like a 70's housewife, minus the hairspray.
The defendant of course, is a poor misunderstood drunk, who is innocent of anything but self defense. Defendant claims the plaintiff got in his face, and plaintiff shoved defendant, and they started arguing even more. Mutual shoves, and then defendant threw the first punch. Beau'D Hopkins is the defendant with the hideous hairdo.
Plaintiff's bills went to collections, and $3500, for plaintiff.
A Pit Bull is a Stupid Dog to Have!- Plaintiff is suing sister-in-law for attack on six year old little girl, the plaintiff's step daughter, through step mother (I think that's the relationship, but I'm not sure. Little girl was removed from court by Byrd. Little girl has a huge facial scar.
Plaintiff is 19 year old step daughter, living with 17 year old boyfriend, and 18 year old friend, and 22 year old stepson. Defendant is being sued for child permanently scarred by defendant's pit bull. Plaintiff was watching her sister, and dog attack happened in defendant's room on the little sister. The sister's (plaintiff's) classic response to why she wasn't properly watching the girl, is "I didn't think anything would happen".
Stepdaughter claims she told the stepmother there is a new, adult pit bull in the house, and stepmother says it's a lie, she didn't know about the dog. The dog was the boyfriend's. Why would any one with sense (stepmother) let a six year old go to stay with the 17, 18, and 19 year old fools anyway?
Stepmother says the dog was a new addition, and there was a husky in the household, then the pit bull left, and was brought back. The little girl was bitten in the defendant's (17 year old boyfriend) room. As JJ says, stepmother/plaintiff hadn't been to the house for a long time, and allowed the girl to stay for the weekend with the fool step daughter. Nothing for the plaintiff's, because it was her fault the child was there.
Man's Fear of Large Dogs Comes Back to Bite Him!-Defendant is being sued by former roommates, for provoking their Husky/German Shepherd mix into biting him. Defendant is a former roommate, and is being sued for lease breaking, animal abuse, and filing a false police report. All three signed the lease. Defendant found out about the dog before moving in, but found out at the lease signing that the dog was huge. Defendant is afraid of large dogs.
Two weeks after move in, the defendant walked into the apartment, when the dog attacked and bit him on the thigh. Plaintiff/dog owner claims defendant provoked the dog, but coming into the apartment. Defendant was entitled to move out, after the attack. Defendant lived there for three months, and then moved out.
Plaintiff's case is dismissed. Defendant gets nothing on the counter claim too.
Gas Explosion Anxiety!-Plaintiff is suing neighbor for trespassing, and tree damage. Plaintiff planted the tree trunk on her side of the driveway (narrow strip of grass between common driveway (they look like townhouses). Defendant trimmed the branches on her side of the property line, claims she was worried about the tree destroying the gas line, and causing an explosion. Plaintiff alleges that defendant carved into the trunk also.
Defendant is counter suing for vet bills, and emotional distress and all kinds of loony garbage. $1969 is for the entire tree replacement, and JJ says that's garbage, since the plaintiff never replaced the tree. Defendant's claims thrown out. The tree was originally planted over the gas line, and gas line was moved for free by gas company.
Defendant gets nothing. Plaintiff gets $1.00 (that is not a typo).