History Trivia / JudgeJudy

3rd Dec '16 6:33:36 AM glickmam
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* RetroactiveRecognition: 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.
28th Oct '16 3:13:45 PM ImperialMajestyXO
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* CaliforniaDoubling: The entire show has UsefulNotes/{{New York|City}} touches around it, such as scenic footage of New York, the New York state seal and flag on the set, and goes more by the New York law books for their arbitration. However, the show is taped at the Sunset Bronson Studios in UsefulNotes/LosAngeles, and Judy flies in from the East Coast to tape a cluster of shows at a time several times a season.



* 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]].

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* 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]].filming]].

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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.''
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