Welcome to The High Court, where the Honorable Judge Doug Benson rules on cases after getting unreasonably blazed. Some people might call this a terrible way to make legal decisions. Those people are wrong. In fact, The High Court offers a more complete education than law school (or so we hear).
Here are just a few invaluable lessons you’ll learn in Judge Doug’s court.
1. HOW TO APPEAR PROFESSIONAL
Office supplies are more than helpful tools — they’re signals that you’re a person to be taken seriously. So go ahead and spring for a 50-pack of manila folders. At the very least, they could maybe work as oversized rolling papers.
2. STREET SMARTS
Does possessing villainous-looking eyebrows automatically mean that a person is bad? Probably. Get a lesson from Judge Doug and guest bailiff Beth Stelling, who demonstrate how to identify shady people based on how they look. (Particularly if they look like Gaston from “Beauty and the Beast.”)
3. THE IMPORTANCE OF THINKING CREATIVELY
Take it from the Lucas Brothers, who both actually went to law school: Sometimes the law doesn’t provide the best solutions. In situations like that, you’ve got to let intuition be your guide. Which in this case means letting a dog decide what happens.
4. HOW TO SMOKE WEED
Every episode of The High Court will teach you this. Only a handful of the cooler law schools will.