It turns out that the recent skyrocketing ratings for the TV program, Country Judge, starring Judge Cludderman have been proven to be falsified and network executives as a consequence have quickly shifted the program to the chopping block.
The show's producers were banking on it rising in market share now that the case of Miami psychic, Estelita, has finally gotten under way. Estelita has been accused of giving aid to a terrorist organization, the youth gang, Naptimez Ova. She has garnered a reputation for using colorful language and making offbeat predictions.
TV critic Benjie Mackintire of the website Benjie's Bombs explains it in this way. "Cludderman won't stop talking. He hogs the show. He is too in love with his own voice. He tries to be folksy, but it seems forced."
As a result of the limited number of remaining episodes, Estelita's trial will have to be wrapped up within the next few days, with the jury deliberating over the weekend.