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  1. CrazyInAlabama

    All Episodes Talk: All Rise

    5 p.m. reruns, 2018-2019 season- First- America Not So Great Again-An ex-convict who receives disability for PTSD from being shot in prison, moves in with a woman, and her family. Even though he's considered mentally fragile, and disabled the woman hires him as nanny for her special needs little girl, and I found that super creepy. He also was trying to potty train the six year old child. Man has 4 biological kids with ex-wife, four or five, or six kids are out there. Plaintiff says four kids are actually adopted by other people. Christopher Clokey was arrested for parole violation, by going from Missouri to California (where Ms. O'Farrell lives), so he went back to prison for another year or so. He lived with O'Farrell in 2014, then 2016, and then back after prison. (I may be wrong on this, because I'm confused). Defendant was released to plaintiff's address (his ex-wife, who he calls his wife, was not eligible to have him move in. No, I don't understand it), in California from Missouri (where he was in prison). Plaintiff is suing defendant (ex-prisoner) for false restraining order, travel costs (she gave him the bus tickets, and expense money), a wardrobe (she sent him in prison for release to her home), and six months back rent. Man never repaid plaintiff anything over the years, so she had no expectation of repayment. Ms. O'Farrell was his payee for his Social Security Disability (that's not normal for regular disability), and cashed one check, and keeps it. Man drives, and does everything else, but still gets disability, and has a payee? As JJ says, he can do everything else other people do, drive, cook, tend children, make babies, etc, except he can't work. Case dismissed (no expectation of repayment, and plaintiff received money from his one SSDI check). Second- Landlord's Legal Troubles-A property manager denies having an inappropriate relationship with his ex-wife's divorce attorney when a former tenant accuses him posting a false eviction action on her credit report. The attorney who represents the defendant's ex-wife is also the plaintiff's child's father's attorney in a current custody case. About the same time the custody fight started, the eviction was posted on plaintiff's credit report. It gets really interesting, when defendant blurts out he did not have sexual relations with his wife's attorney, who represents the plaintiff's ex in the custody battle. (The Yelp reviews on this property management company are all 1 stars). Plaintiff claims she had to move out of apartment after another tenant attacked her, and she and her son moved out immediately. Plaintiff is suing ex landlord for putting a bogus eviction on her credit report after she moved out. This happened in 2012 through 2013, after she moves, after another neighbor tenant was arrested for assaulting plaintiff. Plaintiff showed defendant police report, and protective order. Other tenant was ultimately convicted, and sentenced to prison after plaintiff was evicted. Defendant placed the eviction information on the plaintiff's credit record only recently (six years later), and plaintiff now has trouble renting apartments. Plaintiff gets $5,000. (Tomorrow's second episode has a really bad dog attack)
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    All Episodes Talk: All Rise

    3 p.m. reruns, usually 2016- First- Car Deal Doubt-Plaintiff car buyer gives defendant deposit of $1,000, and then changes her mind on purchasing the car, and defendant keeps the money. Plaintiff had someone check out car, but couldn't talk to the person about the car until after the $1,000 deposit was made. Defendant claims she never asked for her deposit back, but plaintiff has text messages proving she did ask for a refund. Then defendant sold the car for $2500 two days later, making $3500 on a $2500 car. $1,000 for plaintiff. Illegal Jeep Repo-Plaintiffs were buying a Jeep from defendants, never registered it in their name, never finished paying for the Jeep in the year. Defendants repo'd the Jeep, and plaintiffs want their payments back. There is also a ticket plaintiff received, that caused defendant's license to be suspended for non-payment of the ticket (because it was still registered in defendant's name). The plaintiffs could have registered the Jeep, with a statement to DMV from the lien holder (seller). Ticket went up to $780, but plaintiffs say they didn't have to pay the ticket off for six months. $3,000 was purchase price, and they paid $2700, but only paid $2400 anyway. JJ says plaintiff won't be getting money or Jeep back, to consider it rental, and at $200 a month it really was a rental. Plaintiffs get nothing, defendants get $780 to pay the ticket, and get his license reinstated. Second- My Brother Did It-Plaintiff / car owner suing brother/ drunk driver for damages to her car, when he crashed it while taking their 6-year-old niece to lunch. He only had one beer (55 gallon drum size beer?). Since defendant used his mother's phone, everyone thought it was the mother, but brother took the car. After lunch and shopping with niece, he stopped at his baby mother's house, (Sister according to defendant was acting "Historical"). and claims baby momma jumped in the car, backed out, and hit something with the car. Plaintiff gets $811.34. Suits, Safety and Flipping Cars-Plaintiff suing ex-roommate after their mutual car flipping business, that tanked. Plaintiff suing defendant for mutual purchases. Plaintiff called her mother when defendant assaulted her, personally someone assaults me I call the police. Plaintiff also claims that defendant used her credit card to buy suits, and didn't pay her back. She also claims he used her mental issues against her, to persuade her to open additional credit cards. (Not much of this made any sense at all). $652 to plaintiff for the clothes. Plaintiff didn't succeed in filing a protective order request, but did file a police report. Police report is actually civil complaint alleging all kinds of things, including the apartment rent. There is no report on assault. Complaint dismissed except for $652 for clothes purchase to plaintiff.
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    Who, What, When, Where?!: Miscellaneous Celebrity News

    How many times have Larry and Shawn filed for divorce each? And how many public 'friendships'have become public? It's amazing they stayed married this long. I hope instead of plea bargaining out Lori and her husband, the U.S. attorney makes an example of them. Neither one has shown an ounce of remorse, both knew exactly what they were buying with their $500,000. Instead of keeping quiet, there are continuing statements from LL that are absurd. Bribing some sleazy company to help your kid get into school is not the same as donating an academic facility. The incident where the school counselor was suspicious, and the husband confronted her was despicable. Just because you're rich, doesn't mean you should be able to bully people for just doing their job.
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    Good Bones

    The corbels needed to be much wider, and bigger. The apartment was cute, but I would have left the dining room exactly that, not a play area. The bar stools are way too tall for little kids to use, and the family needs a quiet place to sit and eat, and decompress in the evening. I loathe wall paper, and the best I can say is that wasn't as bad as some I've seen, and it was only that one wall. When they say it takes a village, they're talking about this family. I love how they all seem to be close, and care for each other. Remember the little duplex was rented to Mina's sister-in-law, but I'm not sure who she was related to, and then during the first season another sister bought a house from them too.
  5. CrazyInAlabama

    All Episodes Talk: All Rise

    5 p.m. episodes, both reruns, 2018-2019 season- First- Child Support From Hell-Plaintiff suing his child's mother/ex for money he gave her to prevent his daughter from being homeless, and says mother turned child against him. He pays his court ordered support, and defendant wanted him to pay her bills off. The litigants got back together, and she claimed she was pregnant again (no she wasn't). Plaintiff claims he loaned her $4-5k in debt, but she claims $1k. She wanted the money before they started to co-parent. Byrd needs to take the Fly Swatter From Hell after motor mouth defendant. Defendant says they weren't intimate, but plaintiff says they were, and she claimed a false pregnancy. Defendant claims she was never behind on rent, but plaintiff says defendant claimed she had an eviction notice, and was really behind on rent. JJ is going to call apartment manager. Now defendant is lecturing JJ on what's relevant (Byrd get the Fly Swatter, please). JJ talks to apartment manager, and defendant is absolutely lying. $3501 is what he paid the defendant. Plaintiff has paid child support for 10 years. The day they broke up, she stole his car, threatened to get his child support raised. JJ advises plaintiff to show the payments he made that exceeded his child support payments to the family court judge when she takes him back to court. $0 to plaintiff, because there was no expectation of repayment. Second- The Terror Continues- (continued from yesterday), Plaintiff is suing defendant for false restraining order, etc. Defendant is ex-(or maybe not ex) of plaintiff's roommate, and is obviously very friendly with her witness, her married boss. Yesterday was part one, where defendant had zero proof of restraining order threats, didn't show for court (claims her broken ankle that allowed her to go to work, etc. ) prevented her from showing for restraining order hearing, so she's supposed to get medical records proving her physical issues. I still have to wonder about Mrs. Boss seeing this all on TV. JJ points out that the 'threatening' messages could have come from boyfriend, or his wife. Medical records of defendant are submitted, and the dates don't match at all. There is no proof the plaintiff threatened defendant. Defendant claims pictures of her, and boyfriend have had pictures taken of them together (bet the private detective witness's wife took). Married boyfriend thinks plaintiff's girlfriend took the pictures. Defendant case dismissed. Plaintiff receives $0 because JJ can't imagine why defendant would file falsely, but I can. DUI and Domestic Abuse-Plaintiff suing former roommate for return of belongings, and security deposit, for property he left behind during his unfortunate incarceration. Plaintiff had a fight with girlfriend, (he claims he'd only known her for a few days), was arrested for domestic violence on a spouse, and jailed for two days. He was already on probation for DUI, and then this arrest violated his probation, and jailed for 43 days. Defendant moved out of apartment during this time, and she used plaintiff's security deposit for moving truck, moving expenses, and deposit on her next apartment. Defendant claims she stored plaintiff's stuff, and his brother picked it up. Case dismissed. (Tomorrow is the ex-con who was living in a lady's home across the country, with her family, and everything went south. The man is receiving disability for being shot in prison. Sorry, after seeing this man on TV, I wouldn't let him in my home for a second).
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    All Episodes Talk: All Rise

    3 p.m. reruns, usually from 2015- First- Security Deposit Snafu-Plaintiff/former tenant suing defendant/landlord over illegal eviction. Landlord let tenant move items in two weeks early, but tenant thinks security deposit of $750 was actually rent. Landlord and tenant had a dispute on move in, about payment/non-payment, so police were called. Plaintiff claims on supervised move out, the landlord would only let them move items out through the window. Landlord claims ex-tenant broke the window. (The stories by both litigants are ludicrous). Plaintiff gets $750 (I agree with the landlord, man intended to move in, squat and take the 8-10 months rent free before he was eventually evicted). Drunk Driving Excuses-Plaintiff suing former friend for wrecking her car when he was driving drunk. Plaintiff actually had a valid license, both litigants claim the other party was very drunk. $5k to plaintiff. Second- Tangled Love Triangle-Plaintiff suing cousin over phone bill and damaged credit, other defendant is plaintiff's ex-husband who has now moved on to the cousin. Cousin/defendant has plaintiff to co-sign for phone, cousin didn't pay for phone, and plaintiff claims ex-husband gave credit bureau plaintiff's social security number, impacting plaintiff's credit. Phone cost over $775 each (why do I suspect iPhones). Plaintiff says defendant paid three payments, and that's it. Phone bill was $245 a month! Plaintiff claims she paid off bill, and both phones, under threat of collections, so she ruined her own credit. Defendant claims she gave the phone back to plaintiff. $1,025 (I think) to plaintiff. Unwed Parents vs. Bedbugs-Young parents feud over a car, personal property, and bedbugs. Defendant has his name on car with plaintiff, but had no license, (or teeth either, sadly). Plaintiff claims defendant kicked her old car, they got a new (used) car, paid the down payment on it. They had another fight and broke up, and defendant took the car, which is now at her dad's place. Defendant was driving car, and still is without a license (he's never had a license). Forget the bedbug part, and property. Defendant gets his weight stuff, and one TV, and a laptop. $360 to plaintiff for car.
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    Hoarding: Buried Alive

    I'm watching the one with Karen, her husband died three years ago and she now has a house that is endangering her children. The two boys are so cute, and lost, and she's a horrible excuse for a mother. I'm glad the social worker from school called CPS, and they told her to leave the house, and clean everything up, or they would take the boys. Now if someone will rescue those poor animals, and then bulldoze that house, it will have a good start on her next hoard. She just smiles through everything, like it's all a big joke. I wish some relatives would step up, and let Karen go back to her pile of trash, and take the boys and the animals in to live a decent life. And the kids, and Karen move to a hotel, leaving the animals behind in the trash pile? There is no way the house got like that in three years. Another hoarder on this show that claims they started hoarding recently, and instead it's been years. So CPS shows up on one day, and Dr. Becky shows up that afternoon, with a crew coming behind her? I'm hoping in the many years since this was filmed that the boys have escaped her, and never look back.
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    Rice-A-Roni & Google Translate: 90DF Live Chat

    It would be a lot more touching to see Jenny and her daughter if Jenny wasn't dressed like a Christmas elf.
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    Rice-A-Roni & Google Translate: 90DF Live Chat

    So if women aren't allowed to wear shorts in Qatar, then why is Laura standing around in something equally short, and showing her legs from the knees down?
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    Rice-A-Roni & Google Translate: 90DF Live Chat

    So Jihoon quit his job? Is he nuts? OK, stupid question from me. How will he finance her pink eyeshadow?
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    Rice-A-Roni & Google Translate: 90DF Live Chat

    If Deavan moves to Korea, won't they all live with his parents? That should be exciting, and I'm sure Deavan and her kids will back with her mom within a week or two. I'm totally over Evelin, and Corey the wimp. What age is Jenny? 90 going on 2? She acts like the world's oldest toddler. Sumit's parents will never accept her, and she should realize that. Their only way to be together is if he comes to the U.S. permanently.
  12. I could watch the apartment hunting scene with the realtors in SA endlessly. The one with the pink hair is even funnier than the dark haired one, and they're both telling the truth. The scene with Ronald and Tiffany discussing having to fund the electric fence for the complex is ridiculous. Their only expense would be the security system for their own apartment. When they were talking security system prices, they were super high, so maybe it included private security people who respond? And the part where Ronald says that the apartment is in a high-crime area, and I had to think any place Ronald will move into turns into a high crime area with his record.
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    All Episodes Talk: All Rise

    Had thunderstorms, so I only get to see half of the 5 p.m.- Woman Terrified by Ex-Friend-Plaintiff claims former friend who is 'allegedly' being seen in strange places with her married boss (who is her witness in court). Defendant filed for a protective order against plaintiff (I think defendant's ex single boyfriend roomed with plaintiff, don't remember if he's still defendant's boyfriend. I wonder if they get a group discount for things?), but didn't show in court. Defendant has no proof of any calls or texts by plaintiff, but she called him and it was blocked on his phone. There is no proof that plaintiff threatened her, or anything else. I really wonder if the defendant's witness' current wife saw this, and what she thinks, and if she's still his current wife? Defendant says she broke her ankle, could come to work (witness/boss testifies to this), but couldn't go to court for the hearing. This will be continued tomorrow, for half of the episode, according to my cable guide (which often lies). I remember the Scissor Hand case, and I can't understand why that woman is running loose on the street. She scared me, and she's only on TV.
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    My Lottery Dream Home

    The "New" episodes so far are repeats with extra information added, in pop ups.
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    All Episodes Talk: All Rise

    In the tree case with the two women in Phoenix, the Doctor is a medical doctor, I think family or general practice, or internal medicine. I've actually run across her name when I was toying with the idea of moving to Phoenix. The neighbor who planted the inadequately sized tree to shield her car, might have been parking in the driveway, but either way, in Phoenix the car is going to be super hot most of the year, and that narrow tree wasn't going to do much, and apparently her son-in-law told her that. I loved the part where the gas line had been moved, and Dr. Popp was still claiming it was stressing her out that the tree existed, and was going to blow up the house. I hate to break this to the plaintiff, but that stupid tree will do nothing to help keep her car cool. (I lived a couple of hours from Phoenix for years, nothing stops the sun). She needs to move somewhere with a huge, solid car port, to keep the car shaded (I love the kind with solid sides for this), so the car is in shade, and air can circulate. That might drop the car temperature to 120 degrees, instead of 130. The plaintiff should have thought about the publicity from this case, and the effect on resale of having her neighbor feuding with her. I really wonder how this all worked out after this for the two litigants. I hope they walked away, and have stopped this petty bickering, but I doubt it.
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    Major Crimes

    I wish Lifetime or someone else would start showing this. My local channel that shows it only shows every other episode, for example Hindsight part 3 is tonight, and Part 5 is next Sunday. No point in even trying to watch it.
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    General True Crime Shows

    I remember when the McElroy shooting came out, and then read the stories about what he had done to so many people in that town. I think it might have been written up in Rolling Stone? I found it awful that so little was done to stop him that someone finally had to shoot him. Whoever pulled the trigger probably save a lot of lives that day, because nothing else would have stopped McElroy. McElroy's wife remarried, and then died in 2012.
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    The Incredible Dr. Pol

    West Nile can show after infection for up to 14 days, and encephalitis is the worst form, and in humans about 1 in 150 get that. I wonder if the farm received a shipment of something, that has mosquitoes in it or some other way? I'm sure the state Health Department was involved, since West Nile is closely tracked.
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    Flip Or Flop Atlanta

    I really enjoyed the variety of their flips, and how they worked all over the Atlanta area. I recall Anita saying that the requirement that they film a certain number of flips for the show was a big problem for them. I know they do multiple flips at a time, but they probably don't have them on the exact schedule a TV production requires. I wouldn't be surprised if they didn't go forward for that reason. And I'm sure endless scenes they filmed delayed everything on the flips, and took up their very valuable time.
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    The Great Food Truck Race

    Some of the other contestants, and winners on the show have a specific cuisine, and are from a particular area, but don't live there any longer. The Hawaiian food truck that won actually was in Southern California, and had a booming business. So the NOLA truck can have that cuisine, and do very well in other cities. I was rooting for them, and I really liked their food.
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    Worst Bakers in America

    The final result is Melody won over Chris, but they both made the most beautiful desserts. They had to do three items each, a decorated cake, a pie, and then a pastry based one. They both did desserts I would love to taste. It's amazing how much they learned, and how proud they were of their progress. I really wish the second place person would get some money also.
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    Small Talk: How Not To Get Caught Dead With Dirty Underwear

    I've read quite a bit of true crime, and some theorize that the reason so many serial killers are never caught is the behavioral people think women aren't serial killers. I think they're wrong. They seem to think that Aileen Wournos was one in a billion, but I agree with the professionals who think up to 20% of serial killers are women.
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    Boise Boys

    Surprise! There's a new episode tonight, the 17th at 7 p.m. Central/8 p.m. Eastern. I wish HGTV would just schedule them, and leave it at a regular time. The next showing I can find on HGTV's schedule is 4 September, Wednesday at 7 a.m. Central/8 a.m. Eastern. (Yes, bright and early in the morning). It's supposed to be a rerun of the River House they demolished and totally rebuilt, and it's the one Luke's family moved into. I love that episode. With the fire house renovation, I think there is generally a cover that can be opened easily (in a real fire house I bet it opens automatically when they get an assignment, and are opening the big garage doors) that keeps people from falling through the hole in the floor.
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    Who, What, When, Where?!: Miscellaneous Celebrity News

    Whatever happens, I'm wishing the best for the Smart family, and hope they find a way to go forward that gives them peace, and happiness.
  25. After the Jumbotron, I see why Gabby was cut. And the rookie candidate! I really like Charm, she actually speaks up. And Charlotte looks great. The Star logo is a tribute to the Lone Star State. (I Googled it).
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