Andy Kindler Renders Juvenile Justice on KIDS COURT
By Dan Casey on December 3, 2013
For too long, our nation’s youth has been allowed to run rampant, transforming into Honey Boo-Boos, shilling for AT&T, not putting away their toys before bedtime, and before you know it, BOOM, they’re sixteen and pregnant. There’s got to be a better way! Well, dear reader, at long last there is a solution. From creators Jane Edith Wilson, Gary Lucy, and Mike Rotman comes Kids Court, which is exactly what it sounds like. On today’s debut episode on the Nerdist Channel, Judge Andy Kindler presides over the deadly serious case of Lily v. Vera to determine why Vera wouldn’t give Lily, her best friend, a bite of her pancakes. I know, right? Throw in a puppet bailiff and you’ve got a recipe for success with a side order of justice. The kids are real, the cases are real, and the decisions are final on Kids Court.
What do you think of Kids Court? What cases would you like to see tried? Let us know in the comments below, and be sure to subscribe to the Nerdist Channel for great justice.