Kids' Court (1988)

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Kids take each other to court and "The Honorable Judge O. Meter" decides their verdict. Paul Provenza is the host of this short-lived and relatively forgotten late 80s Nickelodeon show.

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Series cast summary:
 Himself - Host (3 episodes, 1988)
John Henry Kurtz ...
 Himself - Anouncer / ... (3 episodes, 1988)


Paul Provenza hosted this Nickelodeon show which simulated a court hearing with kids, and the jury would applaud to decide the verdict, decided by peak meters, named Judge O. Meter. Written by Chris Bodily

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13 February 2007 | by (Chattanooga, TN) – See all my reviews

I can't believe there are no comments on this show! It was a fun show for kids and taught some tidbits on the legal system too. The cases I remember were where a kid's mom threw away his TV guide collection and another when somebody was responsible for picking up a package to be delivered and they didn't, resulting in that package being ruined in the rain. At the end of the show, the one who won the case was given a giant gavel. The host would say, "Let's keep the gavel in good hands!" At the end, the host would read off some kid's gripe to which the audience would reply, "FAIR" or "UNFAIR". Fun TV from Nickelodeon's old days.

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