Synopsis by Hal Erickson
After being annoyed by a variety of "typical" urban pests, Betty arrives at the local courthouse, where she works as clerk. Dreaming that she has been appointed Judge for a Day, Betty decides to get her revenge against the pests who've been harrassing her all morning, inviting the public to "have a laugh" at the troublemakers' punishment. If you think "Judge Judy" is tough, wait till you see the Torquemada-like tortures imposed by "Judge Betty" on such miscreants as back-slappers, messy gum-chewers, obnoxious cigar smokers, careless drivers, and even people who do bad celebrity imitations! Songs include: "If I Were Judge for a Day" and "SING (It's Good for Ya".
cleaning-woman, dream, judge