The People's Court

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Premiered Sep 12, 1981 In Season

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  • Season 2
    • Chumps and Humps | So Fought, Not So Good
      Chumps and Humps
      Winston v. Charach
      The plaintiff claims that the defendant backed into his car causing damage and wants the defendant to pay for the repairs. The defendant claims that the plaintiff caused the damage by sideswiping the back of his car while he was in park attending his crying infant son. The defendant also filed a countersuit for his damages.

      So Fought, Not So Good
      Vorotova & Dumbelton v. Marsh
      The plaintiff claims that the defendant refuses to return their deposit because they left a couch in the apartment for a week. The defendant agreed so the deposit should be refused. The Defendant claims that they are not entitled to their deposit due to lack of notice and damages to the apartment.moreless
    • Paid In Full, Yeah Right | You Don't Know Jack | You Butt Head
      Paid In Full, Yeah Right!
      Shannon v. Tepper
      The plaintiff claims that she lent the defendant money to buy a house. They can afford to pay her back so she wants her money now. The defendant claims that the debt was paid through babysitting and other chores. Paid in Full.

      You Don't Know Jack
      Paturzo v. Casey
      The plaintiff claims that her dog was attacked by the neighbors dog and wants the defendant to pay the bills. The Defendant says that the plaintiff’s dog antagonized their dog and her dog was just defending itself.

      You Butt Head
      Pagan v. Ramirez
      The plaintiff claims she was going home when the defendant rear ended her. A police report was filed and the defendant refused to pay. The defendant says that the accident was the plaintiffs fault. She was parking and when he was about to pass she cut him off.moreless
    • Booty Call + Credit Card = Cha Ching | Thugs and Spark Plugs | Truth or Fridgidare
      Booty Call + Credit Card = Cha Ching
      Murray v. Peterson
      The plaintiff claims that he had a relationship with the defendant and she used his credit card without permission. She needs to pay him back. She claims that because he is a cheater and a lousy person she doesn't owe him anything.

      Thugs and Spark Plugs
      Hicks v. Kaminsky
      The plaintiff claims she bought a car and the defendant was sopposed to repair it before she bought it. The repairs were not done so she wants her money back. The defendant claims that she just changed her mind and he doesn't have to pay. A deal is a deal.

      Truth or Fridgidare
      Burns v. Wargo
      The plaintiff claims he bought a house from the defendant and everything was brand new. When he moved the refrigerator was switched with one that was leaking. The defendants say that the plaintiff knew that the fridge was going to be switched before they move. They owe him nothingmoreless
    • Pow Wow Pay Now | Go Ask Alice
      Pow Wow Pay Now
      Kazemi v. The Cherokee-Blackfeet Cultural Circle
      The plaintiff claims that she invested money in the defendants organization for a Pow Wow. She was supposed to get back her money plus a portion of the profits. She came to find out that the organization was bogus and wants to be paid back. The defendant says the money was a donation and would be happy to return some of the money if she gives back the sacred treaties the she is in possession of.
      Go Ask Alice
      Bilton v. Derupo
      The plaintiff claims that she rented an apartment from the defendant. The apartment flooded and eventually got mushrooms growing. The defendant didn't do anything about it. She needs to be paid back for her ruined belongings. The defendant claims she did everything in her power to clean the place up and if anyone should be paid it is her.
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    • Call It Off? Give Me the Ring | Rocky and Poolwinkle | The Power Trip
      Call It Off? Give Me the Ring
      Alder v. Thomson
      The plaintiff claims that she moved to Utah to marry the defendant. He broke it off after a month and left her with a one month lease. He took her wedding band worth $13000. She wants to be paid for the ring and the cost of moving back. The defendant claims that it was the plaintiff who called off the marriage. He should have known because she has done it before to her ex. She didn't wear the ring so he shouldn't pay. He also filed a countersuit for $1 for heartbreak.

      Rocky and Poolwinkle
      Hernstat v. Valencia
      The plaintiff claims that their pool company did such horrible work that their kid complained that his feet hurt because their were rocks sticking our of the bottom. They have been loyal to this company for years and wants to get if fixed once and for all. The defendant claims it isn't his problem because the rocks jutted up due to water collecting beneath the pool. The plaintiffs live near the ocean so it is their problem not his.

      The Power Trip
      Dunbar v. Schwartz
      The plaintiff clims that the defendant, her landlord, was doing wiring work on their apartment causing blackouts and one day the surge caused several applianced to die. She wants to be conpensated for what was destroyed. The defendant claims that the blackouts were the power companies fault so she should sue them.moreless
    • Crazy Contractor, I Wont Pay | Howdy Neighbor | Take a Letter, Loser
      Crazy Contractor, I Wont Pay
      Spencer v. Vancleef
      The plaintiff claims that he did some excavation for the defendant and some additional work. He admits that he damaged some curbing on the driveway, but the defendant said it was okay. Now the defendant refuses to pay the final payment. The defendant admits that he is refusing to pay. He claims he has the right to withhold the last payment because the plaintiff damaged his driveway, a basketball court, and even keyed his car.

      Howdy Neighbor
      Love v. Pagano
      The plaintiff claims that he loaned the defendant money various times totaling $5000 so she can pay her rent in advance so she can feel secure. The defendant is trying to take advantage of him and refused to repay the loans. The defendant claims that the plaintiff is crazy. They were neighbors and the money was a gift. The plaintiff wanted to date her, but when he found out that he couldn't have her he filed the lawsuit.

      Take a Letter, Loser
      Akhemetzyanova v. Aminov & Babatchaev
      The plaintiff claims that she worked for the defendants and that they were abusive and made her cry. They even made her feel bad due to her religion. The defendants say that the plaintiff was incompetent and they paid her in full for what she did do.moreless
    • Sell Up or Pay Up | Doobie Doobie Don't
      Sell Up or Pay Up
      Simmons v. Johl
      The plaintiff claims that the defendant and him went into a company together and she didn’t sell like she should have. The company didn't make money and the plaintiff wants her to pay him her share of the losses. The defendant claims that the plaintiff is a liar and doesn't even have a business license. She was only an employee and shouldn't have to pay anything. The defendant filed a $5000 countersuit for lost wages.

      Doobie Doobie Don't
      Ayres v. Berdine
      The plaintiff claims that the defendant ruined her house after he was hired to do some painting for her. She claims he said that he was, "high and tired". She says that only makes it worse and she wants to be paid. The defendant claims that the plaintiff said it was okay to get paint on the items in question because they were being replaced.moreless
    • The Grapes of Wrath | Regrets, He Had Few | The Expensive Game of Dress Up
      The Grapes of Wrath
      Reagan v. Barone
      The plaintiff claims that he loaned the defendant $3250 for a car and the defendant refused to pay. The defendant claims the money was a gift and that the plaintiff and him dated. Now he wants him back.

      Regrets, He Had Few
      Werkhiser v. Ruane
      The plaintiff claims that he worked for the defendant as a karaoke guy. The defendant terminated his employment without notice right before he purchased $3000 of equipment at the defendants request and wants to be compensated. The defendant says the he never guaranteed employment and decided to go with a better karaoke guy and owes the plaintiff nothing.

      The Expensive Game of Dress Up
      Edwards v. Taylor-Hemmings
      The plaintiff claims that her niece, the defendants daughter, stole the stones from a ring that she owned and the defendant is half responsible for the cost to repair it. The defendant claims that the defendants brother was watching the niece so he is responsible for the ring.moreless
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  • Specials
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