Judge Mathis Recap: $5,000 for Ex-Fiance's Car Payments (7/16/14)

Judge Mathis Recap: $5,000 for Ex-Fiance’s Car Payments (7/16/14)

Jul 16, 2014

Judge Mathis dismisses Peter Whitlow’s suit against David Mitchell, for an Xbox and defamation of character. The judge awards $2,620 to David for property damage and pain & suffering. Judge Mathis then awards Khalilah Porter (photo) $5,000 for her ex-fiance Simon Vu’s breach of contract. Lastly, the judge also awards $5,000 to Steven Lustig, for his former friend Anthony Hemenes’ loan. Xbox Peter Whitlow of Omaha, NE, sues David Mitchell, also of Omaha, for the value of an Xbox purchase and defamation. David countersues Peter for $2,620 for property damage and pain & suffering. Peter claims that after he returned his…

MasterChef Recap: Christine's Red Team Wins Diner Challenge; Dan Out (7/14/14)

MasterChef Recap: Christine’s Red Team Wins Diner Challenge; Dan Out (7/14/14)

Jul 14, 2014

Dan is off MasterChef after making what Gordon Ramsay thinks is a biscuit-like Red Velvet Cake. Almost eliminated was Cutter, for his too-sweet version. Dan & Cutter were in Willie’s Blue Team, which lost to the Red Team in the Dinah Restaurant Challenge, 87-82. Diners had given out MasterChef dollar tips if they were happy with their meal. 8 Blue diners had walked out after waiting too long for their orders. The 14 remaining home cooks work in Dinah’s Restaurant, one of the famous diners in California, which serves 1,000 customers a day. Judge Gordon Ramsay announces that the team captains are Investment Director Christine Silverstein of…

20/20 Recap: Neighbors Prevent Tigers from Moving In (7/11/14)

20/20 Recap: Neighbors Prevent Tigers from Moving In (7/11/14)

Jul 11, 2014

20/20 reports on nanny Diane Stretton, who kept the key and left her things in her employers’ house after she was fired. Also, “Keeping It Real Estate” is on neighbors’ animals, haunted houses and mansion trashing. Wild or many animals in a neighbor’s home can lower property values. But ghosts don’t always lower property values. 14 teens were arrested on charges ranging from felony burglary and trespassing after causing $1,000,000 damages to a $12,000,000 home. Nanny Fired live-in nanny Diane Stretton refuses to leave the Bracamonte home. As Diane is considered a tenant, the Bracamontes can’t evict her. Marcella Bracamonte…

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Dateline NBC Recap: Mistaken Identity “Clears” Ringleader Of Linda LeBrane Attack (7/11/14)

Jul 11, 2014

Dateline NBC reviewed the case of Linda LeBrane, the victim who survived a brutal attack along Interstate 84 in Idaho back in June 2000. Alongside Linda’s personal recount of what transpired was the campaign initiated by Ginny Hatch of the Idaho Innocence Project and Anita Brown, the mother of Sarah Pearce who was falsely accused of masterminding the attack. Linda’s Ordeal The summer of 2000 marked the start of a terror that would haunt Linda LeBrane (photo in this recap) for a long period of time. Back then, she was on her way to an annual vacation in Bear Lake….

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The Dr. Oz Show Review: 5 Supermarket Sections W/ High Germ Exposure (7/11/14)

Jul 11, 2014

Supermarkets are the modern gateways to food supplies. While families go the extra mile to consciously take the healthier options offered by these stores, the cleanliness and state of sanitation in the supermarket confines are often overlooked. Early this year, The Dr. Oz Show reminded viewers of the alarming truths in supermarkets and how they could be the source of a variety of germs that could harm families. The results listed below were based on Pete DeLucia’s (photo in this recap) investigations. DeLucia is the Assistant Commissioner of Westchester County’s Health Department. Cart Section. The first thing one does in…

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Rachael Ray Show Review: The Science & Fun Of Using Makeup (7/23/14)

Once in a while, Rachael Ray embarks in a make-over session for her viewers. Like any show dedicated to the same mission, watching somebody transform for the better can be entertaining, too. In the episode where Rachael had celebrity Stephanie March (photo in this recap) in the show, a retired school teacher was given the opportunity to embark on a new chapter in her life marked by the use of makeup for the first time ever. Stephanie collaborated in the effort by providing the makeup service. Makeup Is All About Fun. Stephanie’s latest endeavor is Rouge New York, a makeup…

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The Chew Review: Fast Facts On Chicken Meat (7/23/14)

In March, The Chew dedicated a week on fried chicken dishes. There’s no denying that fried chicken is definitely a comfort food. I became a big fan of this dish after watching the 2011 film The Help where Octavia Spencer’s character demonstrated how chicken is best fried; this was further magnified after Jessica Chastain’s character took a big bite with that very appealing crunchy sound. When it comes to fried chicken, the best ones are those that are crunchy on the outside and juicy on the outside. Much have been said about chicken, so today, Nerdles is dedicating space on fast…

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The Dr. Oz Show Review: 5 Supermarket Sections W/ High Germ Exposure (7/11/14)

Supermarkets are the modern gateways to food supplies. While families go the extra mile to consciously take the healthier options offered by these stores, the cleanliness and state of sanitation in the supermarket confines are often overlooked. Early this year, The Dr. Oz Show reminded viewers of the alarming truths in supermarkets and how they could be the source of a variety of germs that could harm families. The results listed below were based on Pete DeLucia’s (photo in this recap) investigations. DeLucia is the Assistant Commissioner of Westchester County’s Health Department. Cart Section. The first thing one does in…

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Rachael Ray Show Recap: Skin Protection Tips For The Summer (7/11/14)

Summer is the time for living life to the fullest under the sun. Thing is, the sun’s rays aren’t that friendly, especially to the skin. On The Rachael Ray Show, TV personality and author Dr. Ian Smith (left, photo in this recap) dispensed vital information on skin protection and what to look for in products that are intended to shield your skin while relishing the summer heat. Broad Spectrum Sunscreen. Sunscreens are designed to prolong the period of time one can stay under the sun without burning. Sunscreen products indicate the Sun Protection Factor (SPF) it can provide. To determine the…