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    S01.E10: Rolling the Dice

    My understanding is Sumit and his family, and his job was in the original town (started with a G) that's about 800k people. He is still living in the same town, but told his parents he has a new job in Mumbai, and is living close to where he used to work. That's why Sumit was so upset when his Dad wanted him to show his live location on his phone, and it would have shown he's not far from the parent's house.
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    All Episodes Talk: All Rise

    5 p.m., both 2019 reruns- First- Kidnapping and Assault-Plaintiff is having the world's longest U.S. divorce since 2012, from estranged husband, two kids are his, one is a step kid to him (initial divorce in 2012, but plaintiff left Texas, and couldn't file there). Plaintiff left kids at grandmother, mother of estranged husband. Defendant wanted them picked up Saturday morning, and plaintiff refused. (Plaintiff is wearing a very cheap ugly wig, is there a wig store right outside the courtroom?). Plaintiff never picked the kids up on Saturday, and left children with grandma until the next Thursday. As usual, plaintiff's call log is unavailable, but grandma has 21 calls to plaintiff to pick up her kids, but she never answered. Plaintiff wants what she left at grandma's when the police fetched her children. Plaintiff also decided she wanted her kids now, so she broke down the door at the grandmother's. Plaintiff left no money with the grandmother to take care of her kids for a week. $425 to defendant to replace door. Define Restitution, Your Honor-Plaintiff suing former friend and roommate defendant kept in the garage for plaintiff during plaintiff's incarceration. Plaintiff thinks Nolo Contendre isn't a guilty plea. (I'm a graduate of the Law & Order, LA Law school of law, and it is pleading guilty), for stealing from defendant, and plaintiff didn't pay the restitution. Then plaintiff's witness starts chiming in, and gets the Byrd boot. Defendant counter suing for unpaid rent. Case dismissed, since plaintiff is suing victim of her crime, and not paying restitution. Second- Nine Phones, One Deadbeat Ex-Lover-Defendant cheated on his lover, they broke up, but claims only four of his phones contributed to her $4800 bill. Plaintiff claims lying ex ordered nine phones on her cell bill. He still owes for an ipad, watch, four phones, laptop, and who knows what else. He broke one phone sent it back to the company for a new phone, and then service was cancelled after a message between plaintiff, and new girlfriend. Verizon bill for his phones is $4800. Girlfriends overlapped from July to October. JJ says give her the laptop, and galaxy watch, or walk back to West Virginia. Plaintiff gets $1100 for the one phone that they can prove was received by him, and her laptop back or he can walk back to West Virginia. Unlicensed Teen Coming in Hot-Plaintiff suing defendant for car damages from plaintiff's daughter hitting his car in a parking lot. Daughter was unlicensed, not covered by insurance, but unlicensed driver reimbursed plaintiff for damages. However, plaintiff is out for $2,000 for rental car not covered by insurance. The way police found defendant was the bumper was left behind in the parking lot. Daughter was tracked down by police, and hauled back to scene of crime. Her idiot father believes everything she says too. Teen claims she came back after she went to get her boyfriend. $1934 to plaintiff. Father claims daughter wasn't at fault, and he's an idiot. Help Me and My Five Kids-Defendant/Woman with five kids moved in with a former friend for almost a month. She can't afford her own apartment, but she can afford badly microbladed eyebrows? PLaintiff claims defendant assaulted her, defendant claims the same but it was thrown out by the judge. Case dismissed.
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    OutDaughtered

    It's good to get Parker evaluated, and get Hazel's eye check ups, but I dislike that either child's situation is shown on camera the way it is. I also don't like that something that should have been private, like discussing Parker, is filmed and shown and discussed as a plot line. Get Parker evaluated, but don't have every second of analyzing her be some huge red flag for the cameras. I think with Hazel they should just say she went for the appointment, and that she only needs a prescription change for now. I have the feeling that the girls may not like having their entire childhood documented for the cameras when they grow up.
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    All Episodes Talk: All Rise

    3 p.m. reruns, mostly from 2015- FIrst- Ex-Girlfriend vs. the Truck-Plaintiff truck owner suing ex-girlfriend for truck damage when she borrowed his truck to move. Plaintiff finally lets woman borrow truck, and there is damage on both sides of his truck that evening. He thinks she jackknifed and hit the trailer with his truck. He trespasses in her back yard to photograph the trailer. Defendant claims she's the only one who drove the truck, and didn't hit anything. I hate to break it to JJ, a truck should last for many years, and a ten year old truck is not old in truck years. I absolutely believe motor mouth defendant did this, and her brain also seems to be going very fast here in court. $2600 to plaintiff. Nightmare Tenant-Plaintiff suing former roommate for illegal eviction, lost work, and property damages. Defendant says room renter was a nightmare tenant. Plaintiff left his dog alone in his room for over two days. Defendant is the named leaser of the apartment. Plaintiff moved in with dog and cat. Something is very off with the plaintiff. He claims he now lives in his car, and can't live with his sister who is in court. Defendant claims plaintiff left his animals alone for three days one time, and would leave his animals alone often. Plaintiff gets his security deposit $525. Second- Shock Collar Ambush-Plaintiff pit bull owner claims other dog owner wouldn't pay her for vet bills, and should have used his shock collar his dog had on to break up a dog fight. However, there is no clarification if the collar is a shock collar, or an Invisible Fence sensor, and her dog was the aggressor. Months later she saw him at a dog park, and parked behind him to block him in. She also put up flyers, and did online postings saying he had a vicious dog. Plaintiff also claims defendant filed a false police report about false imprisonment. Defendant's story is totally different from plaintiff. His dog is an English Mastiff, and she has a Pit Bull, and another big dog. Defendant claims pit bull was the aggressor. Also, it was an invisible fence collar, and did he even have the beeper control with him? Plaintiff has no case for vet bills. Eight months later defendant went to the dog park, and when he put his dog in the car, the woman blocked him into his parking space and refused to move. Even more interesting, plaintiff claims her dog is so innocent, but defendant says he knows of four more incidents with her pit bull. I absolutely believe the defendant, though I'm sure JJ will give him nothing. Too bad the man didn't have the other four dog owners in court as witnesses. Nothing for anyone, and JJ tells the man to put the last few minutes of her decision on his phone to show people that he's innocent. Case dismissed.
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    Windy City Rehab

    I'm glad the city authorities in Chicago are stopping substandard work, and not letting this poor construction continue. I bet we won't see some building authority showing the poor construction, I bet it will be lawsuits starting against the builders.
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    Good Bones

    I love the quartz they're producing now. It has a pattern throughout the entire slab that looks like natural stone, and marble, has great veining, and is bulletproof. I would never consider anything for my house but sealed granite, or my first choice quartz. Why didn't they use the back splash from this house for the fancier house from last week where they used something that looked like the clearance rack? Also, I know they wanted to do the stamped concrete for the duplex/townhouse porches, but I wouldn't use stamped, because some that I've had to walk on was hideously slick when it was wet. I think the wooden porch and railing looked better on the house anyway. That townhouse/duplex before was hideous, and disgusting. I know they said they always test for lead, but that paint was scary looking. I hate leather pulls in the kitchen, and really hate the book shelves with leather straps. The back splash was really nice, and I liked the tile on the bar. I liked the look of the stair rail, but it's going to make getting taller items upstairs very difficult. Why would a grown woman crawl into a kitchen sink? I loved the kitchen, except for someone sitting in the sink. That was ridiculous. I liked the two house hunters, and I wondered if they bought it?
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    Good Bones

    I would never use those leather straps on book shelves, or in the kitchen. I had dogs that would have loved a chewy toy like that.
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    OutDaughtered

    It's so funny that Danielle doesn't realize Riley is her clone, and they both whine exactly the same way. Why are they encouraging the little kids to lean on windows? That's so dangerous. The Nemo Reef splash pad looks like fun. Why are they pushing Blayke? And why are Adam and Danielle saying they don't push her, and then nagging her about going on the Aquaduck anyway? Adam did discuss the job offer, and Danielle's only real objection was she refused to move to Dallas. Instead, they'll make a lot more money, and Adam will go to Dallas a couple of times a month. How does she think they can afford everything with only the sponsorships, and internet business? And as the kids age, there will be fewer sponsors, and viewers for their online offerings, as other smaller kids from other families get more popular.
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    All Episodes Talk: All Rise

    5 p.m. episodes, reruns, from 2019 probably- First- Arrested for Mysterious Thigh-Kick-Plaintiff ex-boyfriend, and defendant ex-girlfriend live in the same place, it's a multi-family apartment house (she has 8 children, 4 with plaintiff). SHe lives upstairs, he lives downstairs, and there is a tenant between them who actually pays $900 a month. Woman has lived there for 22 years, and paid no rent. Defendant claims the house is hers, but she's never paid a penny on it. Her job is 5 p.m. to midnight, she works in "sports events". Plaintiff is a driver for a company, and he owns the house. Defendant has assigned parking, and tenant of middle unit has the driveway exclusively for his use. Defendant parked in driveway, blocking tenant out of his driveway, and had her useless fanny inside the car, and was studying. Tenant was obviously ticked about her blocking the driveway, and he started taking his property inside the house, and kept moving past her. Then when she wanted to leave, he had her blocked inside the driveway, and he refused to move. When she got mad, and demanded that the tenant move his truck, he told her that he would leave when he got good and ready. When plaintiff came home, he saw where she parked, and started videoing her, and caught her making a false police report. Later that night police officers showed at his house, and said defendant claimed he kicked her on the thigh. Defendant claims plaintiff won't let her move out, abuses her, accuses her of kidnapping the children, and it's all lies. I hope the plaintiff had her evicted after this. When plaintiff was arrested he had to post a $50k bond, and it cost him $5k, and JJ gives him $5k. Second- Smiley Face Vandalism Fuels 13 Year Feud- Plaintiffs, a man and his middle aged daughter, go after their neighbor for 911 call about mental instability, trespassing and a false police report. The daughter is the biggest issue in this case, and I'm sure many of us remember this nutty case. The fence was on defendant's property, by quite a few feet, and when plaintiff daughter got angry, defendant painted a big Smiley face on their side of his fence. The two neighbors have been having issues for 13 years, not for the first 4 years. When they saw the smiley face, the plaintiff daughter went to defendant's door, (it's on video), pounding on the door, and threatening the neighbor. Plaintiffs think the entire threatening is hysterically funny. There is a 911 tape of defendant's call about daughter's threats, trespassing, and other bizarre behavior. I agree the plaintiff daughter is totally unstable. She's complaining about defendant putting a stake to hold his fence up by barely being on their property, and in her case she's at the defendant's door making threats. Daughter's next step was putting boom box outside, and was so loud that both plaintiff's received tickets, and defendant made 8 other complaints since. The boom box was so loud that officer had to come inside house to hear the defendant's complaint about noise. Ticket was $500 each. Good luck ever selling the defendant's house to anyone. $1 to plaintiff's for trespassing, $3,000 to defendants.
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    General True Crime Shows

    A woman that lived near me fell for the forwarding of mail, and packages scam. The way it works is the scammers steal someone's credit account, charge hundreds of thousands in electronics, and computer hardware. All of the packages are sent to the woman's house, near me. Then, she slaps mailing labels on it, and forwards it overseas. Then the person who had their credit stolen found out, contacted the state attorney general about the fraud, and their investigators pulled in the postal inspectors, federal investigators, and track the stolen merchandise to the woman's address. When they showed up to arrest her, she had a garage full of outgoing packages ready for pick up. If the investigators had been a few hours later, everything would have been shipped. She was doing for minimal payments from the scammers, and forwarded a couple of million in items bought on stolen accounts. She was taken away by the FBI, and that's the last anyone heard of her. I knew some people that knew her, and said it was not a surprise that she was involved, since she fell for every get rich quick scheme that she ever heard of.
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    All Episodes Talk: All Rise

    3 pm reruns, both from about 2015- Texas Hot Eviction-Plaintiff was tenant of the Wicked Witch of Texas landlady. There is nothing minor about loss of air conditioning in the summer in Texas for over a month. I hope Section 8 bans the mother and daughter from ever leasing to anyone on public assistance. Landlady also claims tenant moved her mother and grandmother in, but tenant says they were there for her graduation. Plaintiff moves in under Section 8, and air conditioning fails a few days later. The landlady couldn't even get anyone to look at the AC for almost a week, and there was no AC, except finally one window unit. After a complaint to Section 8, the daughter (who managed the property) evicted the tenant. $2150 to plaintiff, and applause from the audience. Teen Robbed by Mother-Plaintiff found her mother stole her identity for a utility account when the girl was a teen with two kids of her own, and full time jobs. Mother basically (sorry JJ for using that word) excuses everything because she was a Sainted SIngle Mother of Two (SSMOT), and had two foster children for years. Mother of the year says it was either steal the identity, or work the streets. SSMOT didn't pay the bill either. JJ puts in a little ad for birth control until you are established. When daughter found out about the utility bill, and the delayed payment, then found out there were other utility accounts owing from the mother. $1600 to daughter. Second episode- Booty Call or Dog Nap Call-Plaintiff is suing ex-girlfriend for stealing his dog, and for vet bills. However, defendant claims she can prove she bought the dog, and he said she could only see the dog if she slept with him. So she agreed, came over, and when he was out of the room, she grabbed the dog and ran. Plaintiff gets $1,000, for the dog, but no legal fees. Defendant keeps the dog.
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    Rice-A-Roni & Google Translate: 90DF Live Chat

    It's ridiculous for Tiffany to say that Ronald can't pick her father up at the casino hotel, they have a front driveway, and dad can meet him there. Ronald doesn't have to meet him at the roulette table.
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    Rice-A-Roni & Google Translate: 90DF Live Chat

    Pole's past actions probably haunt his victims for the rest of their lives too.
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    Rice-A-Roni & Google Translate: 90DF Live Chat

    I love the look on Karine's dad's face when he hears Pole is a terrorist. Think how upset the man would be if he heard the total story on Pole, and his past actions.
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    Rice-A-Roni & Google Translate: 90DF Live Chat

    How many times does Evelin have to say she's not having kids for it to get through Corey's thick skull?
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    Rice-A-Roni & Google Translate: 90DF Live Chat

    So Tiffany will stand by what she said, and marry this loser? Why does she keep saying she'll go back home, or it will break her heart? Nothing will stop her from throwing her life away on him. I said before that Tiffany is dumber than a box of hammers. I apologize to hammers for saying that, because Tiffany is a total idiot on her own. She's ruining her own life, and her child's.
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    Rice-A-Roni & Google Translate: 90DF Live Chat

    Karine's Mom certainly has Paul figured out. So he has no job, won't be able to stay in Brazil (maybe we can collect money, and offer it to Brazil if they keep him?), and he's going shopping for his own place? How's he going to pay for it? Aladin certainly is no fan of the sex toy, is he?
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    All Episodes Talk: All Rise

    5 p.m. episodes- Rerun #1- Alimony Hell-Plaintiff suing ex-husband for over payment of alimony (8 1/2 years, at $1400 a month), and apparently an autopay for his cell phone plan was included on her bank account. The litigants go outside to see what the divorce decree says. $3,337 for cell phone bill, was auto pay on ex-wife's account, and plaintiff gets that money. Police Witness Vandalism-Plaintiff man admits he slashed his ex-girlfriend's tires in front of police officers. Plaintiff suing ex for the SUV back she has now. SUV was retitled in current wife's name, instead of plaintiff, and instead of ex-girlfriend. Ex-girlfriend claims she used her financial aid to get his SUV out of the repair shop, but plaintiff claims his friend paid for the car repairs. Car was titled in ex-girlfriend's name, and the plaintiff man, when it came out of the shop, because plaintiff's license was suspended. Defendant was "and" on the title, but she sold the car anyway. Case dismissed, and woman keeps money for selling the car, but she already sold it. Rerun #2- Stop Laughing! Your Dog is Dead!- (JJ can't understand why plaintiff keeps laughing about her dog being dead, that she blames on defendant). Plaintiff suing defendant for accidentally killing her dog, and wants vet bills paid. Plaintiff claims she warned man not to step on her dog (bunch of bull), and claims the man stepped on her dog anyway when it ran under his feet. Dog died at almost 13 years old. JJ doesn't believe the plaintiff, and I don't either. Plaintiff claims the man was drunk when he showed up, but he denies that. Case dismissed. Man Jumps on One Foot for the Judge-Plaintiff had two minibikes, invited defendant to come over and ride, defendant crashed. Plaintiff wants the minibike money from defendant. Defendant claims plaintiff knew he couldn't ride a minibike. JJ tells defendant to jump on one foot, and he does it-qualifying for this week Fool of the Week title, and it's only Monday. Case dismissed. "It was fun before I crashed", says defendant. Defendant gets the old mini bike, and plaintiff gets $1089 to buy new bike.
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    All Episodes Talk: All Rise

    3 p.m., both reruns, usually from 2015- First episode- Mean Girl Ninjas-Plaintiff claims when she stopped being friends with the defendants, that they dressed as Ninjas, and vandalized her car. Plaintiff's witness was never mentioned on police reports, and is plaintiff's son's girlfriend. Defendant was underage, drunk, and plaintiff drove her home. Then plaintiff cut off the three underage drinkers, and partiers. Defendant underage drunk claims plaintiff was drunk too, and drove home drunk. Defendants claim plaintiff used an app to spoof her cell phone number, and prank the other defendant. The license plate number belongs to the aunt of the defendant. Plaintiff car was keyed. $750 to the plaintiffs My Co-Worker is a Slob-Plaintiff rented room to co-worker in cottage at her house, and she claims he moved out owing a month's rent. She had to have cottage cleaned beyond normal filth, and he suing for property left behind, that he wants to be paid for. Defendant claims he left valuables behind, and claims plaintiff told other co-workers he was a slob and owed her money. $400 to plaintiff for back rent, and cleaning fees, nothing to defendant for property, and defamation. Second episode- Crazy Crash Caught on Tape-Plaintiff suing defendant for hitting her parked car (and two others), and then fleeing the scene. Defendant was speeding, almost hit a woman walking in the parking lot, and then fled the scene. There is video, and a weak explanation for speeding, hit and run, and being a jerk. Plaintiff has a video of the parking lot collision, and a witness. Defendant claims he swerved to avoid plaintiff, and claims he talked to her after the accident. Plaintiff gets $3200 , since defendant, as usual, had no insurance. Drunk Video Confession-Plaintiffs suing man's cousin for stealing her cell phone. Plaintiff claims they met defendant / cousin at bar, there was a fight, and her cell phone ended up with defendant. Phone Find Me GPS showed it at defendant's house. Defendant looks virtually asleep. Phone was $336, and that's what plaintiff receives. Boy Band Payback-Plaintiff wants the money for boy band tickets. Arrangement was $50 a week for four weeks. Plaintiff was owed $200 for tickets, and received nothing. $200 to plaintiff.
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    S07:E21 The Assanti Brothers

    Yes, they did a fourth episode.
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    General True Crime Shows

    There was a case in Colorado Springs when I lived there a long time ago. A woman with a 12 or 13 year old daughter was dating a new man, and she went out to a bar with him. Then the daughter called her phone saying she was scared for some reason, but (it's been a long time so I'm not sure which way this happened) the man either answered the phone, or heard the mother talking to the girl. He left the bar, went to the house, and the girl was found murdered, and the mother was shocked it was her new boyfriend.
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    Four Weddings

    I believed they did the total scoring right after each wedding for some of the first season, then it dawned on the production crew that the more competitive brides were down grading the competition, so they went to the one score each, and the total at the end. I can still tell the most competitive ones, because they seem to deliberately slam the other bride that is going to score higher.
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    General True Crime Shows

    One of the killers from the 1998 Jonesboro Arkansas school shooting has died in a head on collision. He changed his name to Drew Gordon from Andrew Golden, after being released from juvenile detention, and having his record sealed. Both killers were released when they hit 21. Golden, and Mitchell Johnson were perpetrators of one of the worst school shootings until Columbine. Johnson has an expunged history of child sexual abuse, and had other run in with the law, but is supposed to be on probation, and living in south Texas now. https://www.msn.com/en-us/news/us/1998-arkansas-school-shooter-killed-in-car-crash-20-years-later/ar-AAF02KX?li=BBnbfcL&ocid=mailsignout https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mitchell_Johnson_and_Andrew_Golden
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    The Incredible Dr. Pol

    One reason the animals go home instead of staying overnight, is that no one stays at Pol's clinic at night. So they get better care and supervision at home. The overdue cow was probably only an approximation of her conception date. They either buy them at auction pregnant, or have a bull running with the herd, so the owners just assume when the cow conceived. I felt so sorry for the little dog that was attacked and later died. At least she was with her owners at the end.
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    OutDaughtered

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