History Series / JudgeJudy

24th Jun '16 8:13:04 AM case
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* RhetoricalQuestionBlunder: Judy makes a comment about [[ThisAintRocketSurgery "rocket science"]], which the defendant interprets as a request for information, as quoted under DumbBlonde.
21st Jun '16 2:58:58 AM Doug86
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** Judge Judy is a [[FavoriteTrope staunch believer in this]] because the teens that typically appear on the show provide evidence for it.

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** Judge Judy is a [[FavoriteTrope [[SugarWiki/FavoriteTrope staunch believer in this]] because the teens that typically appear on the show provide evidence for it.
7th Jun '16 11:48:55 AM ChaoticNovelist
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* {{Badass}}: Judge Judy is one of the most intimidating people on television (that isn't sports related). She's tough as nails and doesn't take crap from anyone, no matter what person she has to deal with.



* LivingLieDetector: Judge Judy herself, is in her own words, a "Truth Machine". Very rarely does she acknowledge the possibility that she ''might'' be wrong.

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* LivingLieDetector: Judge Judy herself, is herself is, in her own words, a "Truth Machine". Very rarely does she acknowledge the possibility that she ''might'' be wrong.


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* NeverMessWithGranny: Judge Judy is one of the most intimidating people on television (that isn't sports related). She's tough as nails and doesn't take crap from anyone, no matter what person she has to deal with.
10th May '16 4:09:56 PM DavidDelony
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* RichInDollarsPoorInSense: The infamous "rocket science" girl is from Alamo, California, a very affluent San Francisco suburb. She doesn't seem to comprehend that a good person would replace a friend's property she damaged accidentally or not respond to a rhetorical question.
1st Feb '16 2:38:14 PM KD
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* GenreSavvy: People who know how Judge Judy operates and let her steamroll over their courtroom opponent.

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* GenreSavvy: People who know how Judge Judy operates and let her steamroll over their courtroom opponent. Surprisingly often, one litigant will win after not speaking a single word during the case, because their opponent's position is just that weak.
28th Dec '15 3:12:25 PM Hawaii_Knut
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* EvilLaugh: Judge Judy isn't evil but she tend to laugh cartoonishly evil when litigants says something stupid or [[BadLiar lies poorly]].



* GenreSavvy: People who let Judge Judy steamroll over their courtroom opponent.

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* GenreSavvy: People who let know how Judge Judy operates and let her steamroll over their courtroom opponent.
6th Oct '15 8:00:36 PM ChaoticNovelist
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* HaHaHaNo: An occasional gambit of the Judge's.

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* HaHaHaNo: An occasional gambit of Occasionally her honor will pretend to laugh only to then lay down the Judge's.law.



* OpeningNarration[=/=]EmphasizeEverything: "''You'' are about to enter the ''courtroom'' of ''Judge Judith Sheindlin!'' The ''people'' are ''real''. The ''cases'' are real. The ''rulings'' are ''final''! (This is ''her'' courtroom!) This is ''Judge Judy''!"
13th Jul '15 12:48:59 PM thevisualboy37
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In 2014, Sheindlin created another court show called ''Hot Bench'', which is similar to her own show but uses a three-judge panel, similar to and inspired by the court system in Ireland. Sheindlin is the producer for that show, and is not one of the judges.
3rd Jul '15 7:54:32 AM PF
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[[FollowTheLeader Spawned a whole bunch of judge shows]]; however, it was not the originator of the judge show -- that honor belongs to ''Series/ThePeoplesCourt'', which premiered fifteen years before the show in 1981 (and starred Sheindlin's husband Jerry from 1999-2001).

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[[FollowTheLeader Spawned a whole bunch of judge shows]]; however, it was not the originator of the judge show -- that honor belongs to ''Series/ThePeoplesCourt'', ''[[Series/ThePeoplesCourt The People's Court]]'', which premiered fifteen years before the show in 1981 (and starred Sheindlin's husband Jerry from 1999-2001).
3rd Jul '15 7:52:03 AM PF
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** "You can't do that!"[[note]]Said when Judge Judy finds out that a litigant did something illegal.[[/note]]

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** "You can't do that!"[[note]]Said when by Judge Judy when she finds out that a litigant did something illegal.[[/note]]
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