9 Judge Judy Quotes Worth Repeating

Nineteen seasons later, can Judge Judy be wrong? The American lawyer, judge, and reality TV courtroom sensation turns 72 today, and we thought we'd celebrate with nine of her best Judge Judy-isms. (But judging Judge Judy, we figure she'd probably tell us this post is stupid.)

Bill Watterson

Bill Watterson is best known for his comic strip creation "Calvin and Hobbes," about a boy and his imaginary friend.
  • Illustrator
  • (1958–)

Hugo Chávez

Hugo Chávez served as president of Venezuela from 1999 until his death in 2013. During his presidency, he sold oil to Cuba and resisted efforts to stop narcotic trafficking in Colombia, and subsequently strained relations with the United States.
  • President (non-U.S.)
  • (1954–2013)

Benjamin Bradlee

Benjamin Bradlee was the editor of the Washington Post during the publication of the Pentagon Papers and the breaking of the Watergate Scandal.
  • Editor,
  • Journalist
  • (1921–2014)

Spade Cooley

Spade Cooley, the "king of Western swing," is best known for his musical success and the murder of his wife.
  • Film Actor,
  • Television Actor,
  • Murderer
  • (1910–1969)

Randy Weaver

Randy Weaver, former U.S. Army combat engineer, is best known for being at the center of a deadly confrontation with FBI agents at Ruby Ridge, Idaho, in 1992.
  • (1948–)

Gertrude Ederle

American swimmer Gertrude Ederle achieved fame when she competed in the 1924 Olympics and became the first woman to swim across the English Channel in 1926.
  • Swimming,
  • Athlete
  • (1905–2003)

Oscar de la Renta

Oscar de la Renta was one of the world’s leading fashion designers. Famous for his women's evening wear and suits, his line is distinctly modern yet feminine.
  • Fashion Designer,
  • Philanthropist
  • (1932–2014)

Jack Black

Film actor Jack Black appeared in the popular comedy films Shallow Hal, High Fidelity and Tropic Thunder, and is the voice of Kung Fu Panda.
  • Film Actor,
  • Television Actor,
  • Comedian
  • (1969–)

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