Sheindlin's pre-court show reputation as one of the toughest family court judges in the country was the topic of a February 14, 1993, edition of The Los Angeles Times written by—perhaps the man responsible for initiating her entertainment career—Josh Getlin. On May 21, 1993, Joseph Wapner was released from The People's Court. Sheindlin called up the program and said, "You know, if he doesn't want to do this show any more, I can do it. " The receptionist snapped, "Are you crazy, lady?" and hung up. Getlin's Los Angeles Times article on Sheindlin caught the attention of 60 Minutes, which aired a segment on her on October 24, 1993. The segment brought her national recognition and first led to an offer for her to write her own book. Sheindlin accepted the book offer, writing Don't Pee On My Leg and Tell Me It's Raining.
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