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'''Just or Unjust''' is a [[WKTT Radio|WKTT]] radio show in [[Grand Theft Auto IV]] that is scripted as a courtroom reality show that often has unusual rulings it, parodying [[wp:Eye for an Eye (TV series)|Eye for an Eye]].
 
'''Just or Unjust''' is a [[WKTT Radio|WKTT]] radio show in [[Grand Theft Auto IV]] that is scripted as a courtroom reality show that often has unusual rulings it, parodying [[wp:Eye for an Eye (TV series)|Eye for an Eye]].
  
It is hosted by [[Judge Grady]], who is an extremely misogynistic character who always favors the man in a case and generally seems to have quite poor judgment; instead of actually ruling in favor of the plaintiff or defendant, Judge Grady forces both litigants to participate in a deadly contest, which is chosen by the courtroom audience, to determine who wins the case.
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It is hosted by [[Judge Grady]], who is an extremely misogynistic character who always favors the man in a case and generally seems to have quite poor judgment; instead of actually ruling in favor of the plaintiff or defendant, Judge Grady forces both litigants to participate in a deadly contest, which is chosen by the courtroom audience, to determine who wins the case. Contests suggested by the audience include gladiator combat, dueling with pistols, glass-eating contests, and straight-out fist fights.
 
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Contests suggested by the audience include gladiator combat, dueling with pistols, glass-eating contests, and straight-out fist fights.
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Jim Norton voices the character of plaintiff Chuck Williams-Jones.
 
Jim Norton voices the character of plaintiff Chuck Williams-Jones.

Latest revision as of 07:14, 24 October 2012

Just or Unjust is a WKTT radio show in Grand Theft Auto IV that is scripted as a courtroom reality show that often has unusual rulings it, parodying Eye for an Eye.

It is hosted by Judge Grady, who is an extremely misogynistic character who always favors the man in a case and generally seems to have quite poor judgment; instead of actually ruling in favor of the plaintiff or defendant, Judge Grady forces both litigants to participate in a deadly contest, which is chosen by the courtroom audience, to determine who wins the case. Contests suggested by the audience include gladiator combat, dueling with pistols, glass-eating contests, and straight-out fist fights.

Jim Norton voices the character of plaintiff Chuck Williams-Jones.

See also