Yep, a high court in Kampala has recently handed down a ruling that would require two men to act as a 6-year-old girl's father pending a DNA test. Sadly, in this case this entails paying for her education rather than living together and learning a new lesson every week. The deal ends once the paternity test comes back, at which point the girl will rip it up out of the love that comes from seasons of getting to know each other.
Judge Forced to Choose Between His Career or His Love of Standup Comedy
Judges themselves can be the victims of sitcom logic, too, although we guess the honorable Vince Sicari was asking for it. New Jersey's Supreme Court recently told Sicari he could either continue presiding over his court or keep telling lawyer jokes in nightclubs in his other job as a standup comedian. It seems that Sicari had gained a reputation as the "joking judge," a moniker that would sound suspiciously at home before the words "filmed before a live studio audience."
Oddly enough, most of his hecklers have a record.
Naturally, Sicari went for the option that offered him the most respect and financial stability: comedy. Now he's a former judge who's just trying to make ends meet as a struggling comedian and actor in the big city -- all, we're guessing, with the help of a talking pet chimp named Justice or something.