What happens when you mix the drama
of a court show, the conflict
of a talk show
with the excitement
of a game show
? Why Moral Court of course, where it pays to be right!
- Hour long show, several (at least three) cases.
- Run by Judge Larry Elder.
- There is always a accuser and the accused (well, pretty standard for a court room type thing...).
- The winner can be awarded one of three different purses. $500.00 for simply being wrong, and upto $2,000.00 for somthing being simply outragous.
- At the end of every case the audience gets to become involved, and make comments twards the accuser and the accused.
- If the accused is not found morally wrong, the accuser is usually found to be morally wrong for dragging them all the way to Moral Court.
- A case is usually never dismissed (eg: Someone always wins).
Now, that we have the basics, lets look at some example cases (these are lifted directly from the MoralCourtTv website):
- "There is No Santa Claus" A mother wants to tell her child that there is a Santa Claus, but daddy says that's lying.
- "The Abusive Bouncer" A woman is outraged that a bouncer stops her from entering a nightclub because of her looks.
- "Indecent Real Estate Proposal" A woman is upsetting her live-in boyfriend by using her sex appeal to land big time real estate clients.
It's a good show, but can you tell that it's on Fox