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  1. AngelaHunter

    All Episodes Talk: All Rise

    I think he was one of the very few litigants I ever truly felt sorry for. Poor guy was just pitiful. Too bad he refused JJ's offer of help. What a waste of a life. ETA: Just to clarify, I was referring to Jason here. Haven't seen today's show.
  2. AngelaHunter

    All Episodes Talk: All Rise

    I didn't until I started watching. Thank you, Nina Walsh. You gave me just the laugh I needed after the day I had. She was modulating her tone to sound like a member of the Royal Family or some socialite and did pretty well until a "had came" slipped out. She lives with Gerald's momma, for sure. Goofy Gerald nods benignly, looking as though he has no idea if he's afoot or horseback. Nina has three storage lockers but no home. Her mail goes to her sister since that is a "trusted place" for her to receive all her important correspondence. She has 3 receipts from the def, with three different styles of writing. She doesn't understand how that could be. Does Nina really live in a storage locker in a building "known to be condemned"? I think so. Well, "the lady behind the storage" told her it was condemned. A storage locker would have to be in pretty bad shape to be deemed unfit to store junk. She does have receipts to prove she paid for all the other storage lockers, but not with her. Maybe Gerald's mommy got sick of this crazy bitch and threw her out. I'm sure Mom has enough on her plate, with her idiotic middle-aged son still bunking in with her. Sadly, Jason Stemple committed suicide.
  3. AngelaHunter

    S03.E08: Unfit

    Aunt Lydia definitely said, "I was married. He was a mistake."
  4. AngelaHunter

    The People's Court

    I know today was reruns (which I had forgotten, of course) but I didn't remember JM ferreting out the definitions of "relationship" vs "non-relationship" so we no longer need wonder. "We were cool/dealing/talking/messin' around" do not mean relationship. They mean, "We were having casual sex with no protection, and if a baby results from that (who would think?), so be it." *shrug* I was only surprised that when baby momma said she never wanted child support that JM didn't give her a reaming and explain that child support is for the KID, who deserves it, and not for her. If momma didn't want it, she should put it away and save it for the kid. But, she never bothered finding out who the baby daddy is. She preferred to wait until the kid, who presumably was told his daddy is "unknown", gets old enough to start resembling one of the guys she was screwing. We also learned that someone named "Bobby" would never imagine that official mail sent to "Robert" could possibly mean him, because "my other brother, Robert." He's "Bobby"!
  5. AngelaHunter

    S03.E08: Unfit

    More style over substance. People don't fly up into the air (in slo-mo, of course)and do some wacky acrobatics when shot, as though they're in the Matrix. They just drop like a sack of potatoes, but I guess that's not dramatic enough. Didn't she say she was married? I thought that's what she told Noelle. I did find it mildly interesting seeing how the handmaids are matched up with their rapist households. Also, the Aunts appear to be allowed alcohol. It looked like they were drinking sherry or somesuch.
  6. AngelaHunter

    All Episodes Talk: All Rise

    How unbearable was she? Seeing a 55-year-old woman of normal intelligence standing there with that big, dopey "Aren't I cute?" grin and the frickin' tooth licking as she tried to foist the blame for everything she did, including going over her budget, on someone else made me want to slap her, really hard. "My witness, my witness" who is her equally dopey looking daughter with her jaw hanging open, I assumed. You did not look cute at all. You looked and sounded like an utter fool who expects everyone else to take care of her business. Obsequious to JJ, but a nasty, vicious liar, to boot. Reminded me of this nutty woman I knew, who picked up some oily sleazebag half her age on Plenty of Fish. I had just bought a new car and when she saw it she said, "Oh, that's the little stupid car that (boyfriend) just bought. He didn't like it so he took it back after a week. " Sure he did, and the dealer just gave him all his money back, you numbnuts.
  7. AngelaHunter

    The People's Court

    I never saw today's first case. It must have been raining that day or there was another mass shooting or something. I thought it was merely another illegal apartment whining with tenant now wanting back every cent he paid, although he lived there all those months. He did withdraw his claim for all the rent back when JM explained to him that was not happening. Turns out landlord def was one of the vilest, lying, smirking, slimy creeps ever seen here. She has a broker to rent out rooms in her decrepit, infested, filthy, uninhabitable basement. She has no idea who the plaintiff is. The pics he showed of the squalor were someone else's revolting crib. She never knew he lived there, although he paid the rent to her and exchanged many texts. Even JM telling her, "You're DESPICABLE" failed to wipe the smirk from her face. She continued her BS with Doug in the Hall, but he wasn't buying it either. The other two cases I remembered - parasitic baby momma collecting all kinds of welfare and double child support and who rolled her eyes at JM and got slapped for it. And who didn't love this guy? Yeah, I'd believe anything he told me. 🤣
  8. AngelaHunter

    S03.E08: Unfit

    Sadly, yes. Plus coherent plot and story seem to take a backseat to style and framing. It's all kind of a nonsensical mess presented in slo-mo, yet I continue to watch and whose fault is that? "It's my fault! It's my fault! It's my fault!" I've said that before, that no one could remain rational after all the suffering, degradation and brutality. I think the problem is that no matter what she does, there are now absolutely zero consequences for her, but everyone else faces harsh punishment for any infraction.
  9. AngelaHunter

    All Episodes Talk: All Rise

    Totally agree. The security deposit can take care of damage or stuff that needs to be hauled out. If the damage exceeds the amount of the security dep. and the landlord hires a cleaning service or contractor to finish the job and presents a paid bill, they should and do get that money. Period. Besides, even if landlords should get paid for cleaning their own premises, who is keeping track of the hours they spend doing so? I remember one landlord who declared it took some insane amount of hours or days to clean one room and expected to get paid for it. "Look at this piece of paper where I wrote '12hrs x 15$/hr = 180$'. Why isn't that enough proof?" I suppose it should be since he swore to tell the truth and nothing but and we know litigants never lie or make up stuff or white-out documents or try to perpetrate scams on anyone. Just my 0.02 cents.
  10. AngelaHunter

    S03.E08: Unfit

    LOL! I thought of something even sillier. An old song. Pity, oh pity my poor Uncle Jim somebody threw a tomato at him. "Tomatoes won't hurt you," he said with a grin "But they bloody well hurt when they come in a tin." Sorry.
  11. AngelaHunter

    S03.E08: Unfit

    Would a pregnant handmaid really be shot? The guards couldn't subdue one small woman without deadly force? Also, the dead baby: What was wrong with it? Sometimes babies don't breathe immediately, need airway cleared or whatever, but Lydia, who is not a doctor, takes a brief look at it, decides in a millisecond it's a dud and that's it? I actually enjoyed Lydia's backstory - the only one I have enjoyed in any way so far. So she was always a sanctimonious, vengeful Bible thumper. I do feel she overreacted just a wee bit to Jim's desire to slow down. Not sure how I felt about seeing Aunt Lydia gettin' it on. I HATE that I only get to see this show half a week after everyone else here. Hard to catch up with the snark.
  12. AngelaHunter

    The Affair in the Media

    I admit I didn't watch all of the trailer, but is Helen getting a toyboy? Really? Other than that, without Alison and Cole, I see no reason to watch this. Except I probably will out of desperation, since I have nothing to watch. That makes me sad because I did so love this show.
  13. AngelaHunter

    All Episodes Talk: All Rise

    Late as usual, but I salute JJ for being able to address with a straight face the plaintiff in the car engine case as "Ms.Bube", pronounced "Boobie" multiple times as Ms. Boobie stood there with her immense boobies thrusting over the podium like the prow of an old-timey sailing ship. And then, as long as we're going with phonetics, we had the def. Mr. Fillpot, whose testimony and that of his brilliant son made me so happy those stellar genes are being passed on. Bunch of shady characters in the sublet case. I used to rent apartments and not once did I tell the prospective landlord, "I'm looking for a legal apartment because I need a green card." It was admirable of one of the defs, Mr. English, to inform JJ that something plaintiff said is "hearsay" even though he was dead wrong. Loppe and his errant baby momma certainly left a mess in their nest, but the plaintiff was so goddam annoying I'm glad he got nothing.
  14. Ooh, maybe someone can mention to Hardwick that this could be Negan's Theme Song. He can play it on his "Let's Try to Explain What the Hell Just Happened on This Show" after-show, with a little montage of poor lonely Negan. Think of the hilarity and the tears.
  15. Why the hell not? I'm tired of doing it all by myself.
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