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Green, in his 19th season as an NFL game official, served as the back judge in Super Bowls XXXVI and XXXVIII.
They said they didn't back judges and instead, they wanted to protect the independence of judiciary.
"After speaking to the producers, we are looking for a cake to give to the judges with the writing 'Welcome back judges' on.
Donors potentially buy a lot more influence, with less money, when they back judges: In West Virginia in 2004, the CEO of Massey Energy spent $3 million on his preferred Supreme Court candidate; that justice later cast the deciding vote to overturn a $50 million verdict against the company--a nearly 1,600 percent return on investment.
Host Jason Manford welcomes back judges Bob Mortimer, Ross Noble and Johnny Vegas to discuss their favourites.