Judge John Hodgman 109: Seating Arraignment

| 4 comments

Chris brings the case against his sister-in-law, Jenna. For many years, their extended family has had kids and adults tables at holiday gatherings. Chris thinks that since the kids are all grown up, they should abandon the kids table. Jenna thinks the table should retain its sovereignty. Who's right? Who's wrong? Only one man can decide.

STREAM OR DOWNLOAD THIS PODCAST
SUBSCRIBE TO THIS PODCAST in ITUNES or the RSS FEED

Special thanks to L. Anthony Sanner for suggesting this week's episode title!

Embeddable Audio Player Code (Copy and Paste)

Comments

kindness

Jenna sounds like a jerk. Where is any kindness to the 'olds'? I'm younger than these 'kids' and the lack of kindness or sympathy to their elders really bothered me. It really bothered me to listen to this one

comforter

Am I right in thinking a comforter is also called a duvet? Because if so I'm right behind the guy who doesn't want a sheet.

no, the REAL money quote is:

"The thing is, you drink enough strawberry wine, you can get to sleep no matter what the thread count is." --Bailiff Jesse Thorn

The money quote

"This is what's the problem with kids today. Kids think they're the first ones who ever farted." - Judge John Hodgman, Episode 109, "Seating Arraignment", 8 May 2013