Watch your manners in courtroom, people. Same goes for you, honorable judges. See, Superior Court Judge James McBride was publicly reprimanded for his courtroom behavior on Tuesday. With cases going back to 2006, the Commission on Judicial Performance claims that McBride committed numerous offenses, breaking rules requiring judges to be "patient, dignified and courteous" to attorneys and their clients. But what we're all dying to know is this: What did he do? SF law types are encouraged to dish in the comments. Because we assumed sassy, impatient, undignified and discourteous judges landed their own daytime TV shows. Please advise.