History Trivia / JudgeJudy

19th Apr '16 12:31:01 PM TheOneWhoTropes
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* HeyItsThatGuy: One installment of the show featured musician John Lydon, a.k.a. Johnny Rotten of the Sex Pistols, being sued by a former member of his band for breach of contract and assault. Clearly irritating the judge a number of times, he nevertheless won, his final statement being, "Fairly obvious conclusion."
** Also appearing as a plaintiff in the '90s was Jon Byner, who some might remember as the star of the Showtime '80s TV program ''Bizarre'' and the film ''Transylvania 6-5000.''
* HeyItsThatVoice: 1970s GameShow fans may recognize announcer Jerry Bishop from ''Series/TheCrossWits'', while 1980s child viewers may instead recognize him for announcing various promos on the Creator/DisneyChannel.
12th Mar '15 8:02:23 AM RoseAndHeather
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* CastTheExpert

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* CastTheExpertCastTheExpert: Though she's not acting as a sitting judge on the show, Judith Sheindlin is a member of the New York bar and really did spend many years as a judge.
22nd Nov '14 5:36:02 PM glickmam
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* HeyItsThatVoice: 1970s GameShow fans may recognize announcer Jerry Bishop from ''Series/TheCrossWits'', while 1980s child viewers may instead recognize him for announcing various promos on the Creator/DisneyChannel.

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* HeyItsThatVoice: 1970s GameShow fans may recognize announcer Jerry Bishop from ''Series/TheCrossWits'', while 1980s child viewers may instead recognize him for announcing various promos on the Creator/DisneyChannel.Creator/DisneyChannel.
* RealitySubtext: A side effect of the above CaliforniaDoubling was revealed in a 2008 episode when an [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BN-jNUz2RjM earthquake struck during filming]].
22nd Nov '14 5:34:59 PM glickmam
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* CastTheExpert
7th Jan '14 2:00:28 PM PF
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* HeyItsThatGuy: One installment of the show featured musician John Lydon, aka Johnny Rotten of the Sex Pistols, being sued by a former member of his band for breach of contract and assault. Clearly irritating the judge a number of times, he nevertheless won, his final statement being, "Fairly obvious conclusion."
** Also appearing as a plaintiff in the '90s was Jon Byner, who some might remember as the star of the Showtme '80s TV program ''Bizarre'' and the film ''Transylvania 6-5000.''

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* HeyItsThatGuy: One installment of the show featured musician John Lydon, aka a.k.a. Johnny Rotten of the Sex Pistols, being sued by a former member of his band for breach of contract and assault. Clearly irritating the judge a number of times, he nevertheless won, his final statement being, "Fairly obvious conclusion."
** Also appearing as a plaintiff in the '90s was Jon Byner, who some might remember as the star of the Showtme Showtime '80s TV program ''Bizarre'' and the film ''Transylvania 6-5000.''
2nd May '13 2:43:30 PM falcon2484
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** Also appearing as a plaintiff in the '90s was Jon Byner, who some might remember as the star of the Showtme '80s TV program ''Bizarre'' and the film ''Transylvania65000.''

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** Also appearing as a plaintiff in the '90s was Jon Byner, who some might remember as the star of the Showtme '80s TV program ''Bizarre'' and the film ''Transylvania65000.''Transylvania 6-5000.''
2nd May '13 2:43:16 PM falcon2484
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** Also appearing as a plaintiff in the '90s was Jon Byner, who some might remember as the star of the Showtme '80s TV program ''Bizarre'' and the film ''TransylvaniaSixFiveThousand.''

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** Also appearing as a plaintiff in the '90s was Jon Byner, who some might remember as the star of the Showtme '80s TV program ''Bizarre'' and the film ''TransylvaniaSixFiveThousand.''Transylvania65000.''
2nd May '13 2:42:44 PM falcon2484
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* HeyItsThatGuy: One installment of the show featured musician John Lydon, aka Johnny Rotten of the Sex Pistols, being sued by a former member of his band for breach of contract and assault. Clearly irritating the judge a number of times, he nevertheless won, his final statement being, "Fairly obvious conclusion."
** Also appearing as a plaintiff in the '90s was Jon Byner, who some might remember as the star of the Showtme '80s TV program ''Bizarre'' and the film ''TransylvaniaSixFiveThousand.''
27th Apr '13 5:15:47 PM glickmam
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* HeyItsThatVoice: 1970s GameShow fans may recognize announcer Jerry Bishop from ''TheCrossWits'', while 1980s child viewers may instead recognize him for announcing various promos on the Creator/DisneyChannel.

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* HeyItsThatVoice: 1970s GameShow fans may recognize announcer Jerry Bishop from ''TheCrossWits'', ''Series/TheCrossWits'', while 1980s child viewers may instead recognize him for announcing various promos on the Creator/DisneyChannel.
30th Sep '12 1:04:49 AM glickmam
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* HeyItsThatVoice: 1970s GameShow fans may recognize announcer Jerry Bishop from ''TheCrossWits'', while 1980s child viewers may instead recognize him for announcing various promos on the DisneyChannel.

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* HeyItsThatVoice: 1970s GameShow fans may recognize announcer Jerry Bishop from ''TheCrossWits'', while 1980s child viewers may instead recognize him for announcing various promos on the DisneyChannel.Creator/DisneyChannel.
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