In the newest twist on popular courtroom drama, Kato Kaelin hosts this modern take on the criminal justice system. Each case is tried before Judge Extreme Akim. Fed up with the seemingly hopeless court system, people are demanding that the punishment fit the crime. Eye for an Eye aims to do just that, with innovative sentencing that really makes sense. Has a friend wrecked your car, and now refuses to pay for the repairs? Judge Extreme Akim may set you loose on your friends car's armed with a baseball bat! No case is too extreme's for Eye for an Eye! If you can not find justice anywhere else's Eye for an Eye may be your only hope! Eye for an Eye captures the essence of justice and puts punishment front and center. A non-traditional, no-nonsense, no-holds-barred spectacle of trial and punishment. This reality courtroom show, breaks ground and takes small claims court to places unseen anywhere else. Unlike any other courtroom television program, Eye for an Eye features the powerful and enigmatic Judge Extreme Akim sentencing his litigants to "paybacks" with signature punishment episodes involving the prevailing party delivering the "payback". Eye for an Eye viewers bear witness to a diverse mix of cases all unraveling in the courtroom followed by consummation in a real world punishment phase. Featuring Kato Kaelin as host and Sugar Ray Phillips (former middleweight boxing champion of the world) as bailiff, Eye for an Eye , delivers a gavel crack unheard of in the canon of American courtroom television. "Today, justice is a baseball bat" The plaintiff's sister was hired to watch a child and proceeds to spank the child after he walks in on her having sex with her boyfriend.
All right, let's begin. Do you own any weapons?
That depends on what you classify as a weapon. I believe everyone owns weapons; bats, sticks, knives...
Knives! Do you own any knives?
Doesn't everyone own knives. How else would I go about buttering my toast or cutting my favorite fruits. Surely doctor you didn't bring me here to inquire about what I use to spread jam?