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Posted at 03:17 PM ET, 05/29/2012

Judge Judy launches advice Web site


Judith Sheindlin a.k.a. Judge Judy. (Paramount Pictures - PARAMOUNT PICTURES)
Judge Judith Sheindlin, the no nonsense purveyor of daytime TV justice, launched an advice Web site earlier this month called “What Would Judy Say?” While we somehow missed the launch, it mercifully came to our attention today, thanks to Vulture.

Sheindlin, of course, hosts “Judge Judy,” which is consistently the most watched syndicated show on television, so let’s not make a big to-do pretending like we haven’t watched it at least once. And maybe a lot more than that.

According to the site, Judge Judy will sporadically post videos on a various topics that users can respond to in 1000 word messages. The debut episode covered “roommates with benefits.” (Judge Judy’s ruling: “Joint nothing; separate everything!”) Future episodes include, “Do you have a sock money marriage?”

(Yes, I read that as sock monkey several times.)

To anyone out there preparing to publicly hate the Web site, Judge Judy has some words for you: “Don’t kvetch and complain if you’re not being a ‘Judge Judy’ fan. Find another forum.”

We assume that ruling is final.

Watch Judge Judy’s introduction to the site below.

By  |  03:17 PM ET, 05/29/2012

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