Real Lawyer Reacts to It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia - McPoyle v. Ponderosa (Bird Law!)


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    Charlie, Dennis, Mac, and Frank get involved with Bill Ponderosa, a defendant in a civil suit for putting bath salts in the milk at Liam McPoyle’s wedding to his sister Maureen. Liam McPoyle teams up with The Lawyer to sue Bill Ponderosa for his lost eye; old grievances resurface. At the climax, Charlie tries to cross examine Royal McPoyle, the McPoyle family’s bloodthirsty pet Pocono Swallow. Uncle Jack. The Lawyer. Bill and Maureen Ponderosa. The entire McPoyle clan. Bird law. McPoyle vs. Ponderosa: THE TRIAL OF THE CENTURY
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    This was a train wreck of a trial, but there was a stand out quote:
    According to bird law, three strikes and you’re out! Bye, bye birdie. Ready boys and girls, because this is where it gets good. Ryan McPoyle didn’t attack Liam-Royal did. And Lion was lying about Royal attacking Liam to protect Royal from the chair. Or lethal injection. Or perhaps some sort of small bird guillotine. I wouldn’t understand the physics of it-I’m not an executioner. I’m just the best [] bird lawyer in the world.
    I’m sorry, sir, but I am the best bird lawyer in the world.
    I get asked a lot about whether being a practicing attorney is like being a lawyer on TV. I love watching legal movies and courtroom dramas. It's one of the reasons I decided to become a lawyer. But sometimes they make me want to pull my hair out because they are ridiculous. Today I'm taking a break from teaching law students how to crush law school to take on lawyers in the movies and on TV. While all legal movies and shows take dramatic license to make things more interesting (nobody wants to see hundreds of hours of brief writing), many of them have a grain of truth.
    This is part of a continuing series of "Lawyer Reaction" videos. Got a legal movie or TV show you'd like me to critique? Let me know in the comments!
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Susan Haas
Susan Haas

Lol civil lawyers..."omg who would bring a bag of drugs into court?" Like 80% of criminal clients, that's who.

Vor 7 Tage
Southern Fun
Southern Fun

Well, they bring their drugs in the "prison wallet" because they know that's where they are headed directly after the trial ends.

Vor 23 Stunden
Chris Strebeck
Chris Strebeck

Susan Haas thats ridiculous

Vor Tag
michael nolan
michael nolan

Man now i enjoy sunny just a little less

Vor Tag
Kathy
Kathy

@Tres Waters The thing people don’t get about pharmaceuticals is that mixing some drugs changes the whole chemical makeup of another. Maybe you can’t tolerate the same amounts as another person. Everyone is different. Some drugs can be taken at the same time and they do what they’re supposed to, but not all of them.

Vor 2 Tage
Johannes G Halldorsson
Johannes G Halldorsson

@kiraPh1234k Look. You can't argue that morality is subjective by saying "it is by definition". Also, people have been arguing about to what extent morality is subjective or objective for centuries, and the fact that you don't know that and still talk to me as if I'm the one not getting it further supports my point that you are arrogant and condescending. Which was, btw not mentioned because you 'hurt my feelings' but because I believe that is the case, and that it's hindering a productive discussion from taking place because you're not reading my replies as if there's a possibility you might learn something from them but as if it's a given that I'm wrong and your role in the conversation is just to find out how to explain it to me, rather than engage on equal grounds. And if I'm right about that, that's actually a problem for you in your life, because it shuts you out from learning new ideas and people generally don't like it, which you could work on if you were made aware of it. I might be wrong, but that is how I see it and it is relevant to the discussion for the aforementioned reasons. Still, I feel I probably (ok, you got me, definitely) could have worded it in a less insulting way, and I'm sorry about that. Regarding "up to"... have you never heard "X is not up to Y" used to describe someone overstepping the boundaries of their role? That's how I was reading and using that phrase. Let's say a teacher says or does something that a parent feels is inappropriate. They can say "it's not up to teachers to decide how to raise kids" and that statement does not depend on whether what was done was the teacher's initiative, according to school policy, according to national educational standards, the country's constitution or international law. Just imagine a parent saying that and getting the answer "Yes it is, it's in our school's policies.". Do you think they'd just go "Oh, OK, I was wrong then.", change their mind and from thereon out be perfectly fine with the policy? Just 'cause some bureaucrat wrote it down somewhere? The statement "it's not up to teachers to decide how to raise kids" is a claim to fact about whatever having taken place being inappropriate given the role of teacher, which is defined in terms of what the purpose of teaching is. It is at the same time a statement of the parent's subjective beliefs, but also a claim that those beliefs are more true to the (supposed) facts of proper objective morality than the actions of the teacher. Of course the law and regulation regarding teaching *should* reflect the proper role of educational institution, so as far as those are well written the legal authority (defined by law) will match up with proper authority (defined by competence and purpose), but you seem to be claiming only the former is a valid use of the word authority, which looks to me like a denial of competence, because if you define authority only in terms of power that's the big one you're missing regarding that. To clarify further why it's both competence and purpose. You can't have competence without goals. Some outcomes must be preferable to other outcomes for competence to mean anything. If all outcomes are of equal value then competence and incompetence are indistinguishable because no matter what you know or do that's neither better nor worse. With "that's the whole point" you say: "It is not about what ought to be. It is about purpose, but that is neither subjective or objective in and of itself, that depends on the purpose." If something has a purpose, that is itself a moral frame. Let me explain: Let's say you give someone a task to do... what will have to be included, implicitly or explicitly, in the definition of that task for there to be any sort of purpose or goal to the endeavor is the relevant facts about what *is* (e.g. "the kitchen's a mess"), and what you think would be better, i.e. what you think *should* be (e.g. "having a clean kitchen is preferable to having a dirty one") so the point, goal or purpose of an undertaking is always about what ought to be, whether or not you're talking about what you think is preferable (subjective) or claiming that it is in fact preferable to any reasonable person (objective). If someone claimed to think kitchen's ought to be dirty, and not in the "you can become too obsessed with cleanliness" way, but actually "the dirtier the better", their acting out of that belief would dramatically increase their chances of dying sooner as an effect of that behavior. That observable effect is a hint that, unless you're suicidal and masochistic, that belief is objectively at cross purposes with the whole point of having a kitchen (to make food that will give you sustenance, rather than kill you). You say "it cannot be objective because it pertains ONLY to subjective thought." Ok, let's take the example of pain: Pain is experienced subjectively. But it is still an objective fact that pain exists, i.e. if you say that pain does not exist you are either wrong or lying. There can be made objective statements about subjective experience, especially now that their neuro-correlates are being documented, which is a development that looks like pain could even be accurately measurable in the future. I think you are over-interpreting the divide between subjective and objective. If subjective experience can not be used to establish objective facts, how would you even get facts? Let's say you see a mug fall of a table and break on the floor. Your experience of seeing it is subjective but, unless you're hallucinating, the fact of the mug being broken is objective. And even if you're actually worried about the possibility of being mistaken, any and all actions taken to gather further evidence will still only bring that evidence into your conscious subjective experience. So how can anything be objective if subjective experience can't have anything to do with objectivity? Here's another one: If morality is entirely subjective, what makes a fact factual? How can you evaluate claims to fact? Not to attract conspiracy theorists but I would say in terms of factuality (if that's a word) "The Earth is flat." is less factual than "The Earth is round.", which in turn is less factual than "The Earth is an oblate spheroid." But if good and bad, i.e. value judgements, are all entirely subjective (just opinions), and the subjective is somehow absolutely isolated from the objective, then how can you judge, or value, which of those claims to fact is closer to being a fact, or in other words "better". If bad is just an opinion, how can the statement "The Earth is flat" be worse at being a fact, so to speak, than "The Earth is an oblate spheroid.", objectively? Sorry for the long answer, but this is a really complex topic.

Vor 2 Tage
David Jay
David Jay

Love his how clueless he is of the hand gloves it's both hilarious to those who watch the show and absurd to those who don't. Lol

Vor 2 Minuten
broleski1
broleski1

Please do one on the show Goliath.

Vor 4 Minuten
James Murray
James Murray

This guy is a perfect mix between Charlie and Dennis.

Vor 5 Minuten
Jaime Lee
Jaime Lee

Objection please do any scene from daredevil, i suggest something from season 3.

Vor 26 Minuten
TheStopShort
TheStopShort

Could you please review the trial (Baker v. Evergreen County School District) that takes place in 13 reasons why? It’s a great show and it would be interesting to see your view of dealing with kids as witnesses.

Vor 31 Minute
Nobody Important
Nobody Important

I want to see what you have to say about tim heideckers trial

Vor 40 Minuten
Marie Carroll
Marie Carroll

😹 Watching an actual lawyer try to make since of anything in IAS if fuking hilarious!!! ❤️

Vor 53 Minuten
Seth Steele
Seth Steele

Although there isn't really a clip of it from any of the films (though it's briefly depicted in the first episode of the TV series "Freddy's Nightmares") I'd be really interested in hearing what your take is on the Freddy Krueger of A Nightmare On Elm Street trial. Here is a character who was found quite guilty of murdering children, but as they explain it off in the films, he was freed on a "technicality" because "someone forgot to sign the search warrant in the right place, and Fred Krueger was free, just like that."

Vor 54 Minuten
Maybach Rob
Maybach Rob

Bird law isn’t governed for a reason

Vor 58 Minuten
RobustPickle
RobustPickle

DareDevil S2 E7 and E8. Frank Castle trial.

Vor 58 Minuten
Luther McDonald
Luther McDonald

Hey lawyer.... I challenge you to a duel.

Vor Stunde
MAsterr Serch
MAsterr Serch

im sure this was mentioned over and over again in the comments if i scroll down just past the first 5 that i see (being lazy)...but BIRD LAW originated from ITS ALWAYS SUNNY IN PHILADELPHIA, sure, but NOT this episode...it was probably championed in this episode, but one of the first times charlie started to profess his many "lawyerisms," he said he specialized in BIRD LAW...it was a brief throw away line in episodes prior, but again, was REALLY put to the test and proven to be something quite important AND that EVERY LAWYER SHOULD DAMN WELL KNOW DAMNIT!!!, in this episode...

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Greg Bradley
Greg Bradley

Objection!!!! You can't sustain or overrule anything... You're not a judge

Vor Stunde
El Tio
El Tio

This was cringe.. If you're a lawyer stop YouTubing and go help pedophiles, murderors and rapists get away with their crimes, such is your MO.

Vor Stunde
Shaun Pearson
Shaun Pearson

I'm not sure how to ask this in your preferred format, sorry, but how do the courts make sure each side gives up information? Does each side have to give up information that would likely lose them the case? - I'm referring to discovery.

Vor Stunde
charles caplan
charles caplan

Since when did Jim become a lawyer

Vor 2 Stunden
theimageconfuses
theimageconfuses

The Its Always Sunny fans getting mad over this video should probably watch his other videos first. He’s a real lawyer comparing tv court cases to real life...literally what he does

Vor 2 Stunden
theimageconfuses
theimageconfuses

Could you do Brooklyn Nine Nine, the last two episodes of Season 4 when Jake and Rosa get framed. love that show

Vor 2 Stunden
Edward Fuller
Edward Fuller

Come on, man, you've gotta do "My Cousin Vinnie" - I've heard it's supposed to be a very accurate movie when it comes to the court room proceedings - I'd love to see how much so (or not).

Vor 2 Stunden
Click Bateman
Click Bateman

Your hands are small and you should be ashamed.

Vor 2 Stunden
heroesytumbas
heroesytumbas

You look like a clean-cut version of Jim from the office.

Vor 2 Stunden
Oliver
Oliver

Can you do the court scenes from Chicago

Vor 3 Stunden
Rad Radkowski
Rad Radkowski

Wow, who watches this garbage? You mean to tell me I shouldn't bring drugs to a courtroom, thanks for helping me get lawyered up. This is almost as entertaining as watching paint dry...

Vor 3 Stunden
Colin Lucero
Colin Lucero

Objection your honor, on the count that this is ridonk!!

Vor 3 Stunden
Christopher McIntyre
Christopher McIntyre

So I’m looking to get a hummingbird to keep in my home due to their small nature, is this allowed?

Vor 4 Stunden
Adam Rasmussen
Adam Rasmussen

Objection! The channel name is literally LegalEAGLE, and yet he has no knowledge of bird law. Ridiculous.

Vor 4 Stunden
randombro89
randombro89

I mean yeah you’re right and everything but if it was 100% accurate it wouldn’t be funny

Vor 4 Stunden
shadowmonger21
shadowmonger21

Would like to see some Daredevil

Vor 5 Stunden
william fine
william fine

I know it's australian, but you should do one of RAKE episodes!

Vor 5 Stunden
Honest Dude
Honest Dude

Ok well filibuster

Vor 5 Stunden
Stephen Smith
Stephen Smith

I feel like grading this based off of realism of actual courts is like grading Lord of the Rings off of historical facts.

Vor 5 Stunden
Tiago Fonte
Tiago Fonte

right from the start this guy says he doesn't know anything about bird law... am I supposed to continue watching?! don't think so... nice try con-man...

Vor 6 Stunden
SW627
SW627

@LegalEagle Is it true that the Judge's gavel was at one time in history used to whack people with........in Roman days, perhaps ? I've heard that to "testify" was to literally put your testes on the line, and if you were caught lying your testes would get the "gavel". Just wondering.

Vor 7 Stunden
rvvel ravel
rvvel ravel

But is he a bird lawyer

Vor 7 Stunden
Willz __
Willz __

....What a jabronie.

Vor 7 Stunden
KingOfKingz819
KingOfKingz819

The most telling thing is dude, you need to start watching It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia. This episode is based on stuff that happened in a previous episode lol

Vor 7 Stunden
M. I. Wright
M. I. Wright

Ryan Reynolds and John Krasinski had a cool-ass kid

Vor 8 Stunden
Sean Gur
Sean Gur

I bet this guy is fun at parties

Vor 8 Stunden
Takeoffs & Landings
Takeoffs & Landings

NOBODY LOOK!! NOBODY LOOK!! NOBODY LOOK!! NOBODY LOOK!!

Vor 8 Stunden
Rusty Shackleford
Rusty Shackleford

You have really nice hands, you could be a hand model.

Vor 8 Stunden
Your LaDiDaDi Dad
Your LaDiDaDi Dad

I love the video. I find the only real flaw in this video is you don’t know the background of the series, and this is one episode where knowing everything that has gone on in the past is important. I’m not saying it would completely change your opinion, but it would help you understand some of the characters actions more.

Vor 8 Stunden
vagaroth
vagaroth

Hey Would you consider reacting to the series finale of Seinfeld?

Vor 9 Stunden
Nicholas Oswald
Nicholas Oswald

Clearly you don't understand bird law...

Vor 9 Stunden
Pho Kang
Pho Kang

How can you say anything you're not a bird lawyer at all

Vor 9 Stunden
Ryan S
Ryan S

For someone who claims to be a "Legal Eagle" it seems that you are not very well versed in bird law. I would like to see you try to go toe-to-toe with Charlie Kelly.

Vor 9 Stunden
rickypen
rickypen

Lol i dont get why we are seriously looking at an episode of sunny for law accuracy lol.

Vor 9 Stunden
keaton c
keaton c

dude ... this is a comedy

Vor 9 Stunden
something to do about nothing
something to do about nothing

What product do you use in your hair mr stone?

Vor 9 Stunden
preston bosacker
preston bosacker

Wow, Lawyers seem like fun people.

Vor 9 Stunden
Oliver Gibb
Oliver Gibb

I think @5:15 pretty much sums it up

Vor 10 Stunden
Aaron Hooker
Aaron Hooker

Legaleagle, can you evaluate "Harvey Birdman: Attorney at Law"? It seems pretty legit.

Vor 10 Stunden
Preston Holda
Preston Holda

Damn, you're a very articulate dude.

Vor 10 Stunden
Jason Malarky
Jason Malarky

Objection! Charlie's Bird Law knowledge is first referenced in Season 5 Episode 1 "The Gang Exploits the Mortgage Crisis"

Vor 10 Stunden
You
You

Could you react to the court scenes in daredevil?? Love your videos!!!!!!!!! smart lawyer dude

Vor 10 Stunden
Warren Burger
Warren Burger

Wow, you're turning an amazing, hilarious episode into boring lawyerin' talk. I bet you ain't even a real lawyer. Stop trying to educate people, geez.

Vor 10 Stunden
Don Iguana
Don Iguana

tf you know about bird law bruh?

Vor 10 Stunden
Michael Berry
Michael Berry

React to My Cousin Vinny

Vor 10 Stunden
Kurt Harris
Kurt Harris

Hi, you are so good at studying every scene and explaining them one by one. If you have time, can you check out the video of the youtuber named “The Film Theorist” which is about another youtuber named Jake Paul. He is talking about a couple of lawsuits that he is supposedly facing because of his actions in his youtube videos and how it could affect the viewers. I know it’s not a movie, but if you get a chance I would appreciate it 😊 Thanks a lot

Vor 10 Stunden
Squaba
Squaba

Really fun videos. You should do My Cousin Vinny.

Vor 10 Stunden
Daniel
Daniel

When you pass the bar do you forfeit every sense of humar in your body?

Vor 10 Stunden
skylar mccloud
skylar mccloud

Is there a score lower than F. I feel like an F is too generous.

Vor 11 Stunden
Damien Haumpy
Damien Haumpy

Cool. Haha glad this showed up on my recommended.

Vor 11 Stunden
skylar mccloud
skylar mccloud

Who would brig drugs to a courtroom? A guy brought a cyanide pill to court and killed himself, in court.

Vor 11 Stunden
booognish
booognish

This is actually unfortunate only because, this isn't a legal drama, it's a hilarious comedy that is a lot more thoroughly enjoyed with the seemingly nonsensical random things put into context from previous episodes. You can keep a gull as a pet but you don't want a sea bird.

Vor 11 Stunden
Ian Rhodes
Ian Rhodes

I guess you never watch a single episode of this show.

Vor 11 Stunden
Bob Pendragon
Bob Pendragon

Objection: the case got thrown out, so really it should be an A and not an F for realism and accuracy... such a messed up case should be thrown rather than actually tried ;}

Vor 11 Stunden
Saving Duke
Saving Duke

Ted 2 haha that one would be interesting!! TED 2

Vor 11 Stunden
Kyle Selby
Kyle Selby

Can you please react to the Netflix DAREDEVIL tv series?? Plenty of courtroom scenes to react to!

Vor 11 Stunden
Falling Starcore
Falling Starcore

19x19 is 361

Vor 11 Stunden
soujemn5
soujemn5

You should do Harvey Birdman, he does real bird law.

Vor 11 Stunden
cooperman114
cooperman114

OBJECTION! This man obviously doesn't know anything about court proceedings in relation to bird law. It's a unique and beautiful system that deserves respect.

Vor 11 Stunden
Nate Brittain
Nate Brittain

Jack Kelly wears fake hands because he’s a child molester

Vor 11 Stunden
Awesome Ewok Legends
Awesome Ewok Legends

You should make a video of Daredevil

Vor 11 Stunden
Matsa Sune
Matsa Sune

This guy clearly doesnt get bird law. All jokes aside though. I thought id hate this at first. I also thought about a quarter through that it would make me dislike this episode. I am very pleased that I was wrong on both accounts. Great video man and some interesting information came out of it so win win.

Vor 12 Stunden
no one
no one

How about a series? American Crime Stories, season 1.

Vor 12 Stunden
Cynthia Drangus Lady
Cynthia Drangus Lady

You're too cool and smart

Vor 12 Stunden
Paul Perez
Paul Perez

What’s wrong with your face?

Vor 12 Stunden
Bianca
Bianca

Oh.. okay if you have friends that are fans of it's always Sunny, enough to have jokes on it then you shouldn't be trusted.. applied knowledge aside

Vor 12 Stunden
steven aloisi
steven aloisi

LegalEagle, the character has a history of being self conscious about the size of his hands, and frequently asking people if his hands look small, for instance, or if a video camera will make his hands look bigger on the screen etc.

Vor 12 Stunden
Eric Boreen
Eric Boreen

Can someone comment on why discovery is thought to be appropriate? It seems to create an opportunity for an aggressor to sue someone and in the process have access to documents/information through discovery and then decide whether they want to proceed with the suit based on what the defense can produce. So you sue to create chaos and cost while gathering data, and then drop your suit once you're satisfied the damage is done.

Vor 12 Stunden
Kannibal
Kannibal

You reviewed this as if it wasn't a comedy

Vor 12 Stunden
CANDIE CARTEL
CANDIE CARTEL

Johnny Sins does it all

Vor 12 Stunden
Cleo Patra
Cleo Patra

Law and Order: SVU

Vor 13 Stunden
Gerardo Moreno
Gerardo Moreno

This is my favorite series

Vor 13 Stunden
Comedy By B Hanenberg
Comedy By B Hanenberg

Watch the movie my cousin vinny

Vor 13 Stunden
Spindles15
Spindles15

Objection, filibuster!

Vor 13 Stunden
Jane Moreland
Jane Moreland

React to Netflix’s MAKING A MURDERER EPISODES!! New playlist of videos?!...

Vor 13 Stunden
Chris Bell
Chris Bell

I...I think this was overthinking an episode of Sunny, just a touch. Still, this is great. Currently looking for his analysis of My Cousin Vinny...

Vor 13 Stunden
sirgallahad4
sirgallahad4

Objection! *Dun-DUN* How would you hold up against N.Y.C. District Attorney Jack McCoy? Pick an episode.

Vor 13 Stunden
Spender604
Spender604

I've only seen like 5 episodes of this show, but I have to see some more. Those hands are making me laugh so hard I'm crying!

Vor 13 Stunden
Mathias Dam
Mathias Dam

Where do you get thoes suits!!!

Vor 13 Stunden
Shay Clark
Shay Clark

The most ridiculous? OBJECTION! You clearly haven't seen The Trailer Park Boys yet.

Vor 13 Stunden
Horrox101
Horrox101

Objection! Can you do Philidelphia next?

Vor 13 Stunden
Daniel N
Daniel N

Actually bird law started in season 5 in the gang solves the mortgage crisis.

Vor 13 Stunden
connor43what
connor43what

i almost want to bet charlie actually researched law to try to break every rule he could in one fell swoop. kinda impressive.

Vor 14 Stunden
James Weber
James Weber

You should review The Staircase or Making a Murderer Netflix series.

Vor 14 Stunden
Zyra Reflex
Zyra Reflex

Jack is self conscious about his hand size, he hides it with either gloves or hiding his hands behind something. The opposing lawyer hates Dee, Charlie, Dennis, etc because they destroyed his first marriage with hookers and other stuff. they also constantly approach him with miscellaneous issues, harrassing him many times over the years. Dee marches in about halfway through to say "Abromiwitz" because she accused him of being a Jewish lawyer, which he denied, and she found out his grandmother's maiden name was Jewish.

Vor 14 Stunden
Stephen Rippe
Stephen Rippe

Honest question, if the Dennis/mourene(?) issue was real, could Dennis actually file to have his alimony payments dropped? PS, it seems like you haven't watched this show and I highly recommend it.

Vor 14 Stunden
sal vation
sal vation

Shut up bird

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