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Series cast summary:
Ron Austar Ron Austar ...  Judge Ron White 1 episode, 2014
Palmer Scott Palmer Scott ...  William 1 episode, 2014
Nora Lawrence Nora Lawrence ...  Kelly 1 episode, 2014
Michael Emery ...  Bronze God 1 episode, 2014
Dick Lebeau Dick Lebeau ...  Court Bailiff 1 episode, 2014
David Liebe Hart David Liebe Hart ...  Mother Ron 1 episode, 2014
David Graziano David Graziano ...  Court Hallway After Host 1 episode, 2014
Sire Sire ...  Ernkel 1 episode, 2014
Jeremiah Benjamin Jeremiah Benjamin ...  Judge Ron's Step-Uncle 1 episode, 2014
Muthee Githara Muthee Githara ...  Young Ron 1 episode, 2014
Carol Kraft ...  Old Lady 1 episode, 2014
Bob Druwing Bob Druwing ...  Court Gallery Member 1 episode, 2014
Rae Sunshine Lee ...  Australia 1 episode, 2014
Teddy Boy Greg Teddy Boy Greg ...  Tattooed Guy 1 episode, 2014
Jim McDonough Jim McDonough ...  Court Gallery Member 1 episode, 2014
Chuck Spitler Chuck Spitler ...  Court Stenographer 1 episode, 2014
Angela Hicks Angela Hicks ...  Court Gallery Member 1 episode, 2014
Gregg Lee Gregg Lee ...  Court Gallery Member 1 episode, 2014
Norma Jean Norma Jean ...  Priscilla Evans 1 episode, 2014
Tammy Locke ...  Diamond Liz 1 episode, 2014
Michael Q. Schmidt ...  Wacky Guy 1 episode, 2014
Jennifer Mims Jennifer Mims ...  Mimsy Rose 1 episode, 2014
Tanese Gray Tanese Gray ...  Court Gallery Member 1 episode, 2014
Brittany Turcotte Brittany Turcotte ...  Court Gallery Member 1 episode, 2014
Stu Biagetti Stu Biagetti ...  Court Gallery Member 1 episode, 2014
Michael G. Nathan ...  Court Gallery Member 1 episode, 2014
Dan Friedman Dan Friedman ...  Court Gallery Member 1 episode, 2014
Sandro Cabonsol Sandro Cabonsol ...  Court Gallery Member 1 episode, 2014
Christian Hogan Christian Hogan ...  Court Gallery Member 1 episode, 2014
Orlando Santos Orlando Santos ...  Court Gallery Member 1 episode, 2014
Sean Michael Beyer ...  Announcer 1 episode, 2014


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21 June 2014 (USA) See more »


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$50,000 (estimated)
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Pilot: The randomness of it all makes it an experience, but this is not the same as saying that it works
15 October 2014 | by bob the mooSee all my reviews

I'm not against zany and random humor; indeed it is not uncommon for me to enjoy things that I partner watches with a semi-confused sneer on her face, before explaining to me why I will not be allowed to make the decisions for a while about what series we watch. I have had this with everything from the Might Boosh through to the children's cartoon Adventure Time. I watched the short film (or series pilot, depending on how it goes) 'Your Honor' on my own, but I watched it with this same confused sneer, since even for me this 12 minutes seemed entirely random.

We have a courtroom scene where a man and a woman appear to be in dispute about a small amount of money, however just as much time if not more is taken up with the judge throwing a man in jail for being overly orange, watching a Max Headroom aside, questioning the race of people, or having flashbacks to his rather odd family background. As an experience it is hard to walk away from it because in some ways it is something you need to stick with because it is hard to really know what will happen next. The unnamed supporting Gallery Members are a fine example of this since they feel like even John Waters would have rejected them for being 'a bit much'. We have homeless people, old people, larger people, bronzed people, heavily tattooed people – and so on.

This approach is seen in the material and the court design and in the writing; it is all entirely random – even at one point having the judge refer directly to the director, who then edits in the gravel in post. All of this insanity has a certain appeal, but it also shows that actually, 'random' comedy is not as easy to do as it looks. When I consider Mighty Boosh or Reeves & Mortimer, these seem random around a basic structure, but actually they are tightly written and produced so that what appears to be random and all a bit mad, is actually very well done comedy. Here it feels like they were just hoping that the sheer oddity of it all will appeal in and of itself.

And, to be fair, it works on that level and for some viewer the madness of it all will work – but not for me. Personally I found it lacking discipline and any time it wasn't just randomly throwing stuff at the viewer every few seconds, it didn't work as well. There are a few moments of extended material where it has a nice awkward or funny air, but mostly it does not work unless viewed as an 'experience'. To me this would limit the appeal as a series since I had no desire to see more of this but rather just chalk this one down to experience, but who knows – perhaps to some this will be the most awesome thing they have ever seen; it does take all sorts – but for me it was just a wonder to sit through, but only once.

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