We are afraid to put men to live and trade each on his own private stock of reason; because we suspect that this stock in each man is small.
-- Edmund Burke
Actually, in this reboot, Dan Fielding is on the opposite side, as Public Defender rather than prosecutor. After 7 episodes I think it's starting to find its feet. Old school sitcoms are basically a vehicle for jokes that touch on the situation, but I don't expect total consistency of tone or fullly-realised characters or story arcs. So how are the jokes? I though ep.7 was a step up, starting with the opening bit with the blind person and the horse.
Watched the first couple of episodes.
The actress playing the judge just irritates me, same when she was in tbbt.
Harmless enough, I won't be making it something I must watch.