Judge John Hodgman Episode 65: Crumb-er vs. Crammer

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Scott and Jennifer are a married couple who bring this tidiness dispute before the judge. Jennifer has a passion for organizing, and she believes her filing and sorting make her a neater person than her husband. Scott admits his organizational skills could use some improvement, but he claims his habits of vacuuming and counter wiping are more critical to cleanliness. Who is right? Judge John Hodgman will decide.

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Submitted with commentary by Scott and Jennifer

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The ventiloquist dummy/child cannot be unseen

Creepiest thing I've seen since Bob from Twin Peaks hiding by the bedpost.

The Tyranny of the Decorative Pillow

I feel like this case should be kicked up to a higher pretend court, because the Honorable Judge Hodgman's decision fails to consider the degree to which the defendant's decorative totes, cubbies, pillows, et al contribute to the general untidiness of the house. Beds are for sleeping in, not for displaying your collection of pillows and bolsters. Rise, comrades! Together we will end the tyranny of the decorative pillow!