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  1. CrazyInAlabama

    All Episodes Talk: All Rise

    I missed the part about the "Bedbugs, Rats and Parties" defendant being 41! I was amazed that anywhere on earth there are lofts reached by ladders/stairs, that are $1600 a month. Plus, you still have to share a bath, and climb up and down stairs/ladders to use the bathroom. Actually, I'm often amazed at how much a room is rented for on some of these episodes.
  2. CrazyInAlabama

    All Episodes Talk: Let's Talk About Dr. Phil, The Show

    That's what amazes me about the Catfish shows, Phil proves the person stole the picture, lied about everything, all of the passports, etc. are shown to be faked, and yet the 'victim' still sits there claiming the person loves them. I bet not one of the 'victims' (in my mind they aren't victims at all) ever gives up on the person on the phone. Except the one man where it was proven the catfish was some teenager, but I think it was actually her grandmother, or whoever the teen lived with, and they did this regularly.
  3. CrazyInAlabama

    All Episodes Talk: All Rise

    Older Saturday rerun- Mother Sues Son-Mother suing son for apartment repair costs, rent and car repairs. Son and girlfriend were living in an apartment, and mother was paying son's part of rent, until he got back on his feet. Mother wants her half of the rent payments, he was going to pay Mom with his income tax refund, he didn't get a refund. However, there was bill from the apartment complex for damages, exceeding the security deposit. $1599 was the damage total, minus the $300 damage deposit. $750 to plaintiff. Sadly girlfriend is also pregnant, and wants to get her own apartment before baby arrives. Classic Truck Arson Target-Plaintiff suing defendant/sister-in-law for damage to 30 year old truck, that now incarcerated brother was restoring. Plaintiff paid $7k, and says it's actually worth more. Truck was at sister-in-laws house for three years, and she needed money, so she sold it. Truck had an arson fire, and plaintiff claims it wasn't arson, but SIL driving it. Car only had liability on it, and pictures show it was burned up. $300 to plaintiff, nothing to defendant. Cavalier King Charles Eye Attack-Plaintiff suing defendant/former neighbor for vet bills for attack on her Cavalier King Charles Spaniel, by her Corgi. Defendant claims it didn't happen. (I love the plaintiff's jewelry). Plaintiff was walking past apartment staircase, Cavalier was attacked, finally defendant got her dog off of Cavalier. Defendant claims her dog didn't touch the Cavalier. Defendant claims her dog was leashed, but she dropped the leash, and claims plaintiff dog wasn't leashed. Cavalier's eye was injured, $506 vet bill to plaintiff, and defendant should be ashamed of her lies.
  4. CrazyInAlabama

    House Hunters

    I had to laugh at the Wilmington, NC woman demanding that a perfectly good tub, and toilet would have to be switched out, because they had been used by other people. But yet she loves vintage? Some house hunters do seem to be putting on for the cameras, but she seemed absolutely serious. I'm glad they bought the new build, because they would have ruined the vintage house with their updates. There was also an Atlanta house hunter where the wife was all upset about using a tub anyone else had used, and said if they bought a used house, the tub would have to be replaced. Since Wilmington had serious flooding a while ago, my number one criteria would be "never flooded". And if you want Haint Blue porch ceilings, paint them. It's not difficult, and you don't have to add that fee to the mortgage cost either.
  5. I remember in some of the earlier seasons, they showed first round people auditioning that didn't have a snowballs chance. Overweight, could barely move on the dance floor, some doing dangerous stunts. They were laughing at them then, and I noticed they were the same ones replayed year to year too. I recognized the costumes, and a couple of the people, and it was just as mean then as the clips they posted too.
  6. CrazyInAlabama

    The People's Court

    I had to laugh at the wedding case. Fiance was still married, and probably always will be to another woman. They had a slew of dresses for that amount of money, and wanted them in such a short time. And those who insist their dress should be hideously tight should realize that the dress is going to rip wide open, especially when they chow down at the reception.
  7. CrazyInAlabama

    The Incredible Dr. Pol

    I wonder if the deleted posting was about a vet at the current practice, and not Dr. Pol's? And to access someone else's account, the phone could have been left on that app, and someone picked up the wrong phone. I always wondered how long being on call for long hours, 24/7, could be done with three kids, and the husband working at the practice also. I'll miss seeing Dr. Emily, but I wish her the best, and hope she found a better situation.
  8. CrazyInAlabama

    From Across The Pond: Royal Weddings and Scandals

    Thanks, I corrected it.
  9. CrazyInAlabama

    General True Crime Shows

    McDonald probably did do surgeries before he was retried, but not after he was in custody.
  10. CrazyInAlabama

    From Across The Pond: Royal Weddings and Scandals

    Actually, from what I've read, one reason no one was too upset about Captain Mark getting booted from the family, because everyone knew he was a fool, and no one missed him at all. Compared to Mark, Timothy (Anne's husband, if I got the name wrong) is a genius. I know people that have met Capt Mark, and no one who meets him is impressed. My personal guess is that if Andrew really gets implicated, that he won't be indicted, or charged, but as a minor role player he will disappear quietly into the countryside, and no longer be Mummy's escort. It might be an opening for Edward to move up more, because Mummy is going to need an escort.
  11. CrazyInAlabama

    All Episodes Talk: Let's Talk About Dr. Phil, The Show

    They had a great catfish rerun today, on OWN. It had a woman who was in love with a fiance in North Carolina, he lived less than 75 miles from her, but they couldn't meet in person. Then he moved to Ghana, nothing suspicious about that. Woman has spent every cent she has, including selling the family house, sending over $200k, and still thinks he's in love with her. Even after the Doc proves that the picture isn't his, the phone number is disconnected, after she told him she was going on the show. When everything else proving fraud, you can tell she doesn't believe it. The woman can no longer afford to live in her independent living complex, and moved elsewhere, and they're trying to figure out how she's going to survive financially. However, the adult daughter is smart, and Mommy's not moving in with her. Another, shallow note about the voluntary victim, if she would get some decent dentures, maybe she could meet someone who actually meets her in real life. They also had another victim from a previous show with an update, and you can tell that woman still really doesn't believe her relationship is over.
  12. CrazyInAlabama

    All Episodes Talk: All Rise

    5 p.m. episodes- New- You're Young and Mumbling, I'm Old and Deaf-Plaintiff mother, and daughter (she's 18! That sucks to get a car, and have the three delinquents steal from her, and trash her car) for damage to a car, stolen money, and harassment. Plaintiff's brother/son 13 years old, is witness, and defendant teen is alleged to have stolen the car, stole money from plaintiff's purse. Defendant caught on video joyriding, with plaintiff's witnesses. Joy riding video was posted online, apparently by the joy riding driver. Plaintiff's 13 year old brother is hauled to the JJ witness chair of doom, says they spent the stolen money at Mickey D's, and witness and two friends were in this together. If any of the witnesses keep scratching, or twisting hair, I'm going to scream. All three joyriders maintain it wasn't their fault, but the other kids. Plaintiff saw the teens driving the car, then the defendant teen starting driving backwards, and wrecks the car. There is a video that was posted of the joy ride, with defendant driving. As JJ says, at least they were driving with seat belts on. Nothing is getting through to defendant, but plaintiff teen looks like maybe something is getting through his skull, and I hope so. I expect to see defendant teen back on the show a lot. I hope plaintiff teen doesn't follow that path, because he really seemed to get what JJ was saying. Plaintiff gets $2500. , Bedbugs, Rats and Parties-Plaintiff suing former tenant defendant for lease breaking. Room was $1600 a month, and was furnished (I think). However, defendant move into plaintiff's loft apartment in a warehouse, with his dog. Defendant claims the room/apartment had rats, bedbugs, etc., and claims plaintiff had tons of parties. There was on shared bath, between owner, plaintiff, and some other tenant/guest. Defendant claims he was constructively evicted. Where is a studio loft apartment $1600 a month? Case is dismissed. Rerun- War Wage Over Gucci the Yorkie-Plaintiff wants value of Yorkie repaid to her, or the dog back. Defendant has had the dog for two full years. Plaintiff was living with the mother, and it was a no dogs apartment, so plaintiff had to move. How did plaintiff "lose" her apartment? Plaintiff asked defendant witness to take care of Yorkie, and never gave him any money for the dog care. Plaintiff did the defendant witness' hair, and he brought the dog over at the same time. Several months later the plaintiff got an apartment, and she discovered that defendant man had given the dog to his sister, the other defendant. Dog has been with defendant sister for almost two years. This is when the plaintiff stomps out, and yells she's calling the police when she gets home. I'm sure this will be handled by the Major Crimes squad, and involve a SWAT team breaking down the door to get Gucci back for plaintiff. Mommy follows plaintiff daughter out too. Defendant's have a counterclaim for man's car having windows broken out by plaintiff. Defendant was granted a Protective Order against the plaintiff, in January of 2019, order good until 2020, because defendant needed the plaintiff's address. There were also threats posted on social media, including a picture of a gun sent my plaintiff. Plaintiff has proof she's had the dog over two full years, and the photos of Gucci are adorable. Plaintiffs get $2000.
  13. CrazyInAlabama

    All Episodes Talk: All Rise

    3 p.m reruns- Gotcha Video-Plaintiff is suing motorist defendant for hitting her parked car at a gas station, and fleeing the scene. There is video of defendant, and he still denies he did the hit and run. $1168 for plaintiff. Factory Worker Steals Judge's Heart-Plaintiff suing brother for totaling his car, when he drove it without permission. Plaintiff came to mother's house where brother lives, brother took the car. Brother/defendant had a suspended license, and was arrested at the accident scene. Plaintiff claims his tie rod was broken, and that's why he wasn't driving his own car. Defendant claims he swerved to avoid Raccoon in the road, and that's how he wrecked the car. Car was not insured, since it was not driveable. Case dismissed, because no one on Earth believes the plaintiff didn't let defendant drive the car. The Last Straw-Plaintiff suing defendant/former roommate, and only defendant was on the lease (plaintiff owed money to previous landlord). Defendant changed the locks changed. Plaintiff gets $560 for the illegal lockout. Therapy Dog Defender-Plaintiff was walking her dog on leash, when defendant's pit bull, off leash, attacked her dog. Both litigants are suing for vet bills. Plaintiff swears fight was on her back patio, but defendant claims plaintiff's dog was off plaintiff's property. Defendant's dog was a pit/Rhodesian Ridgeback, off leash, when the fight started. Plaintiff's dog is a mutt. Plaintiff claims she was on the patio at her house, when the pit/RR attacked. Animal control report is submitted. Fiance witness/plaintiff says dog attack was on the patio. Plaintiff says her dog is a companion animal. $1347 for plaintiff. Family Fraud-Plaintiff/mother suing daughter/defendant for using her identity to open several credit cards in daughter's name. Daughter claims mother opened the accounts for her, and she only has those two, that were in mother's name. The cards were both used on one day, with the mother there. Later, plaintiff claims there are three store credit cards opened fraudulently by daughter. However, the credit card companies were never contacted by plaintiff, and she is told to do that before suing. Case dismissed. Deadbeat ex-Plaintiff suing ex-boyfriend for a $3600 loan to pay his mortgage. There is no proof of the loan. Case dismissed.
  14. CrazyInAlabama

    The People's Court

    They had the rerun of the $15,000 tree house episode. I really do believe the contractor talked to the neighbor, and was warned about the plaintiffs. And that was pathetic to bring their little kids to court, and Judge M ask the contractor if he'd build a tree house for them. The contractor said he would gladly build on for the kids, but not for the parents.
  15. CrazyInAlabama

    S07:E21 The Assanti Brothers

    I think the filming just gave Senior the opportunity to push his agenda of the sons getting along, "because we're family". I think that Senior will never stop trying to push the two men together, and will always be in denial about his part in their hatred for each other. I hope Justin has an exit strategy, because if or when something happens to Steven Jr's relationship, he'll be on his way back to Daddy's house.