The man who has been in the courtroom for more than 30 years told The Associated Press he believes his favorite television series “The Good Wars” is “not as bad as it is made out to be.”
On the show, the title character, played by David Chase, has become a lawyer, and he’s had to deal with many conflicts and adversities.
He also is known for his frequent use of the word “dumb,” and his constant use of profanity and a lot of yelling.
The judge on the show is also named Donal Logue.
The man, who is not a lawyer but has watched the show since it first premiered in 1986, said the show has become “a very tough show for a lot the characters.”
The judge, who doesn’t use profanity, told the AP he thinks the character is a “good man” and said he’d like to see more swearing in the show.
“I would like to be able to say, ‘I’m a dumb ass,’ ” the judge said.
“I would also like to go in there and tell the judge, ‘What the fuck are you doing?’
And I would say, “Oh, I’m sorry, sir.
I’m just telling you what I want to hear.’
“I think the guy who is doing the yelling is the dumbest person on the planet.”
It’s unclear how many people watched the judge’s comments, but the man said the judge is not alone in his view.
In the show’s opening scene, the character, who wears a gray suit, sits in a courtroom, a judge sits next to him.
The judge, whose name is never mentioned, asks the man, “How are you today, sir?”
The man replies, “I’m good, sir.”
The next scene shows the character sitting at a table with the judge and other members of the court.
The character is also seen in a video showing a scene from the series.
The character is then shown saying something to the judge about the importance of keeping the peace.
“The Good Guys are the ones who do what they do.
The Bad Guys, you know, do whatever they want to do,” the character says.
The show’s producers said they were unaware of the comments until after they aired.
“We are so sorry for the poor judgment of this gentleman who felt that way,” the producers said in a statement.
“He has been an active member of the Judge’s Office for the last 30 years and has enjoyed a long and rewarding career.”
The producers did not immediately respond to requests for comment from the AP.
The “Good Guys” producers said the man has been a member of “The Judge’s office” since 1985.